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City, Higgins reach agreement; Beau released - State Gazette
A mere hours following a court hearing in Circuit Court where Judge Lee Moore lifted the stay of euthanasia regarding Beau, the nearly 3-year-old dog owned by Danny Higgins, an agreement was reached between the two parties to set the dog free. Higgins was ...
Beau saga reportedly close to an end - State Gazette
Late Friday afternoon, the City of Dyersburg attorney as well as the attorney for Danny Higgins, reportedly have reached an agreement regarding Beau, the nearly 3-year-old dog embroiled in controversy since late 2014. Check back for updates. A full story ...
Judge lifts stay of euthanasia regarding Beau - State Gazette
In lieu of firing Attorney Bill Edwards, Danny Higgins' new representative is attorney Samuel Muldavin, of Memphis, Tenn. Higgins is the owner of Beau, the nearly 3-year-old mixed breed dog at the center of controversy. In Circuit Court on Friday morning ...
Youth Duck Hunt/Banquet in Dyersburg this Weekend - State Gazette
More than 100 youngsters from across Tennessee -- mostly Tennessee Scholastic Clay Target Program athletes -- will gather at the Lannom Center in Dyersburg Friday evening for a banquet precursor to the 7th Annual Davis P. Rice Memorial Youth Waterfowl Hunt ...
SBDC presents fraud-prevention seminar - State Gazette
The Tennessee Small Business Development Center (TSBDC) of Dyersburg State Community College and Regions Bank will host a fraud-prevention lunch-n-learn seminar for area business owners on Thursday, Feb. 5 from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. at DSCC in the ...
Dyersburg Police Dept. hosts diversity training - State Gazette
Members of the Dyersburg Police Department and other city entities participated in the diversity training held at Dyersburg State Community College. The training sessions were scheduled to accommodate work schedules of the department to allow more ...
City gas, water, sewer committee conducts first meeting of new year - State Gazette
Travis Burns, pictured left, presented a request to City of Dyersburg's Gas, Water and Sewer committee for service through the city's wastewater treatment plant. Also pictured, clockwise, are Steve Anderson, Robert Taylor, Terry Glover, Scott Ball, Mayor ...
Trio of Lady Choctaw seniors lead the Tribe in different ways - State Gazette
A big part of any team that has had the success that the state and nationally ranked Lady Choctaws have had this season depends on its leadership from its upper classes, especially the seniors. Dyer County's 23-0 roster has only three seniors, two of which ...
Higgins fires attorney on eve of court appearance - State Gazette
On Thursday, one day prior to a scheduled appearance in Circuit Court to answer a motion filed by the City of Dyersburg to vacate the stay of euthanasia regarding Beau the dog, owner Danny Higgins made the decision to fire pro bono lawyer Bill Edwards.
Tennessee Cash Grain - State Gazette
Cash Basis: No 2 Yellow Corn: 6 to 8 cents lower No 1 Yellow Soybeans: 3 to 4 cents lower Contract Basis: No 2 Yellow Corn-Sep: 7 to 8 cents lower No 1 Yellow Soybeans-Oct/Nov: 4 to 5 cents lower Wheat-Soft Red-Jun/Jul: 13 cents lower Tennessee Country ...
At the Shelter - State Gazette
"Animals have the same spark of life that we do; they are formed from the same dust of the earth. Playful or angry, affectionate or afraid, sad or joyful, they experience and love life just as we do. They deserve the best that we can give to the cause of ...
DSCC announces recruitment fair for adjunct faculty - State Gazette
In anticipation of the first round of Tennessee Promise students for fall 2015, Dyersburg State Community College is planning to host an Adjunct Faculty Recruitment Fair at its Dyersburg and Covington locations in preparation for the need of extra faculty.
911 board seeks coordinator - State Gazette
Chairman Jason Roberts, Bobby Williamson, Dyer County Fire Chief James Medling, DPD Chief Steve Isbell, Dyer County Sheriff Jeff Box, Bart Williams, and Jeff Burns. Guests, pictured left to right, were DFD Chief Tim Ware, Debbie Ware and Gloria Spence.
Fitness Tip: Extended Leg with a Side Lift - State Gazette
1. Lie flat on your back, with your left leg extended to the ceiling. 2. With a weight in your right hand, other arm extended straight out and flat to the floor, gently push the weight to touch your left foot. 3. Shoulder blades come off the floor.
Longtime pastor McCadney to celebrate 85th birthday - State Gazette
W.L. 'Big Rev' McCadney will celebrate his 85th birthday on Saturday, Jan. 31 at Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church where he has pastored for 42 years. Standing at 6 feet, 4 inches tall, W.L. 'Big Rev' McCadney is known as 'The Servant' in Henning, Tenn.