Board accepts Giger's resignation Board accepts Giger's resignation

The City of Dyer Board of Mayor and Alderpersons met in regular session, Monday, July 13, 2015 at City Hall. Among the topics discussed were the resignation of Ron Giger, and repairs to the Ashley Street water tank.

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  • Board accepts Giger's resignation Board accepts Giger's resignation

    The City of Dyer Board of Mayor and Alderpersons met in regular session, Monday, July 13, 2015 at City Hall. Among the topics discussed were the resignation of Ron Giger, and repairs to the Ashley Street water tank.

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  • Shop tax free Aug. 7-9 Shop tax free Aug. 7-9

    Tennessee Department of Revenue reminds residents they can buy certain items without paying sales tax August 7 through August 9.

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  • Firefighters brave heat to extinguish fire Firefighters brave heat to extinguish fire

    A fire destroyed a dust collector system at The Andersons, Inc. located at 347 South Main Street in Dyer Saturday morning around 10 a.m.

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Retirement Reception
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Retirement Reception honors Blankenship
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Chamber Reception
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Enrollment up 4-percent at DSCC in Trenton

Dr. Karen Bowyer, president of Dyersburg State Community College, along with Dr. Teri Maddox, DSCC vice-president, spoke at the Wednesday meeting of Trenton Exchange Club.

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Good Luck Fire Dept. holds 19th rodeo
Good Luck Fire Dept. holds 19th rodeo
WILD RIDE - A bull gives a contestant a wild ride trying to unseat him during the rodeo bull riding competition. (Photo by Cindy East)

The 19th annual Good Luck Fire Department Rodeo was held Saturday, July 26 at the Baier Roping Arena. A crowd of 800 to 900 attended this year's event despite the hot and humid weather conditions.

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Gibson County football holds annual camp
Gibson County football holds annual camp
GIBSON COUNTY PIONEERS 5-DAY CAMP - Thirty-three Pioneers football players attended the third annual Gibson County five-day camp at Gibson County High School. The purpose of the camp was to instill teamwork and leadership skills in the young men of the GC

In preparation for the upcoming season, the Gibson County Pioneers football team reported Sunday, July 19 to the third annual Gibson County Pioneer five-day football camp.

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MAKES A MOVE
MAKES A MOVE
MAKES A MOVE - GC junior Devonte Wilkes makes a move on a defense player during an offensive drill Tuesday afternoon. (Photo by Lori Cathey)
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FIRST PLACE
FIRST PLACE
FIRST PLACE - Pioneer team Patterson, with help from Nathan Kirkpatrick and Guy Moffatt, passes another team at the halfway point to take first place in a team building competition. (Photo by Lori Cathey)
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LINEMEN ACTION
LINEMEN ACTION
LINEMEN ACTION - Gibson County linemen in action during GC five-day annual camp Tuesday.
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CANTRELL PASSES
CANTRELL PASSES
CANTRELL PASSES - GC Quarterback Jackson Cantrell completed a long pass to his receiver Joshua Richardson during a seven-on-seven game. (Photo by Lori Cathey)
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TEAM WORK
TEAM WORK
TEAM WORK - During the third annual Operation Victory, members of the Gibson County football team work together in a team building competition Monday morning. (Photo by Lori Cathey)
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CRUSE SPEAKS
CRUSE SPEAKS
CRUSE SPEAKS - During the five-day camp Pioneer Coach Morgan Cruse gives freshman quarterback one-on-one instructions. (Photo by Lori Cathey)
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