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Tennessee Cash Grain - State Gazette
Cash Basis: No 2 Yellow Corn: 8 cents higher No 1 Yellow Soybeans: 18 to 20 cents higher Contract Basis: No 2 Yellow Corn-Jan: 8 cents higher No 1 Yellow Soybeans-Jan: 20 cents higher Wheat-Soft Red-Jun/Jul: 8 cents higher Tennessee Country Grain Elevators ...
Tigers end Trojans' season - State Gazette
Dyersburg's LeAnn King steals the ball from a Lexington player in the second half of the Trojans' 1-0 loss. The Lady Trojans soccer team's season was ended last night, as the Lexington Tigers blanked the district champions 1-0. The lone goal was scored ...
Former volunteer of animal shelter shares concerns - State Gazette
Pictured above is Piper, one of the many diseased puppies Kelly Seaton discovered during her time as a volunteer with the Dyersburg/Dyer County Humane Society. An adoption was planned for Piper until she began showing signs of distemper. Seaton provided ...
Dyersburg Firestone celebrates 25th anniversary with Andretti, officials - State Gazette
(From left to right) Nick Kistenmacher from the office of U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, Mike Kroeger, Dyersburg plant manager, Tennessee House Rep. from District 77 Bill Sanderson, John Vincent, president, Firestone Industrial Products, racing legend Mario ...
Dyersburg Regional Medical Center named local Workforce Board Employer of the Year - State Gazette
During the Annual Meeting of the Northwest Tennessee Workforce Board, the Workforce Board honored Dyersburg Regional Medical Center as the Employer of the Year for 2013-2014. "Dyersburg Regional Medical Center has shown a continued commitment to the ...
First Methodist honors first responders with 'Hero Breakfast' - State Gazette
Pictured from left: John Andy Fisher, Family Life Center director at First United Methodist Church, Dell King, associate pastor at First United Methodist Church, guest speaker Bob Farr, and Senior Pastor David Russell at First United Methodist Church.
DHS hosts manufacturing day, school board visit - State Gazette
Malik Johnson, a senior at DHS, stands with Operations Manager Brent Jenson at Eaton Corp. during a demonstration. Dyersburg High School, with the help of a few local businesses, hosted a manufacturing day for the juniors and seniors on Thursday, Oct. 16.
DHS seniors learn latest in computer programming - State Gazette
Devan Floyd, William Cummings, and Martel Adaway stand with their certificates of completion from the first-ever Northwest TN Code Academy. Three DHS students successfully completed the five-day Tennessee Code Academy Code Camp at the Tennessee College of ...
DSCC announces Outstanding Alumni - State Gazette
Randall Hooker, a 2011 graduate, pictured left, and Karen Bell, at 1984 graduate pictured far right, were recognized at Outstanding Alumni during the DSCC Fall Conference on Friday, Oct. 10 in the Student Center. Center is DSCC Alumni President Alice Eison.
LIFE Maze returns this week - State Gazette
The 'LIFE Maze' sponsored by Life Choices/Right Choices is this week at the Lannom Center in Dyersburg. On Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. the public is invited to participate in an interactive game of 'LIFE'. Wednesday through ...
Two new state amendments placed on November ballot - State Gazette
Even though early voting has already begun, there are a several voters who have not taken the time to cast their votes for local officials and several state constitution amendments. There are a lot of questions circling the new amendments on the ballots ...
Friends of McIver's Grant Public Library offer American Girl giveaway - State Gazette
The granddaughters of local seamstress Diane Donner pose with Isabelle, the latest American Girl doll available in a fundraiser for the Friends of McIver's Grant Public Library. Donner handcrafted 14 outfits to go with Isabelle, who will go home with one ...
Congressman Fincher's statement on Ebola epidemic - State Gazette
Washington, D.C. -- Congressman Stephen Fincher (R-Frog Jump) released the following statement on the Ebola epidemic: "The tragic West African Ebola epidemic has reached the United States and in doing so raised a tremendous amount of concern, fear and ...
DFD wears pink to honor one of its own - State Gazette
Dyersburg firemen of Fire Station 1 show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wearing pink shirts while on shift. All men and staff of the Dyersburg Fire Department at all stations chose to wear pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Bikers come out to support Ms. Jeannie's Ride for a Cure - State Gazette
For the eighth year in a row Ms. Jeannie's Ride for a Cure was held on Saturday, Oct. 18. The event was held at the Dyer County fairgrounds with members of the community and surrounding areas all coming together to support this great cause. With freebies ...