White Squirrel Winery now open for business White Squirrel Winery now open for business

White Squirrel Winery, located in Kenton, offers nine delicious wines made from fresh fruit grown in the rich soil of northwest Tennessee on Sanderson Family Farm.

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Reed seeks alderman position
Reed seeks alderman position
Richard Reed

Richard Reed is announcing his candidacy for Dyer Alderman.

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GC teacher helped create dual credit Ag class
GC teacher helped create dual credit  Ag class
Derek Norman

A Gibson County High School teacher helped create a dual credit Agriculture Business Finance course and recently received state kudos for his work.

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Johnson seeks re-election
Johnson seeks re-election
Alderman Robert Johnson

Dyer Alderperson Robert Johnson is announcing his candidacy for re-election to the Dyer City Council.

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Community Calendar

REPUBLICAN MEETING

Due to elect day Tuesday, November 4th the Republican - GOP meeting has been canceled until Tuesday, December 7th at 6:30 p.m. at Perkins in Milan. Members are urged to attend. Visitors are welcome.

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Salem United Methodist Church Relay for Life Team

The Salem United MEthodist Church Relay for Life Team will have a Soup and Chili Supper and Silent Auction on Saturday, November 8th from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Woodmen of the World Building in Rutherford. The meal will consist of chili, soup, hot dogs, cornbread, dessert and drink. Donations will be accepted for the meal.

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Dining with the Stars & Silent Auction

A fundraiser for Nite Lite Theatre will be held Saturday, November 15, 2014 at the First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 503 S. High Street, Trenton, TN 38382. There will be a silent auction beginning at 5 p.m. with a fabulous dinner and show beginning at 6:15 p.m. The tickets are $20 per person and must be pre-paid by reservation only by calling (731) 855-2129 by the deadline of November 11th. There will be a gourmet meal and lots of entertainment including selections from some of your favorite Broadway shows, such as Grease, Hairspray, Oklahoma, Les Miserables, The Sound of Music and many more. Come and enjoy bidding on the items in the silent auction, the delicious meal and the outstanding talent. Call today!

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Walk with Ease program will now be offered in Trenton

The Arthritis Foundation Walk With Ease Classes will be offered November 4 through December 19 at NW Gibson County YMCA in Trenton.

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TN Highway Patrol ugres motorists to watch for deer during the fall season

The Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) urges motorists to exercise caution on the roadways this time of year due to deer-mating and -hunting season.

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Dr. Hartman will hold her book signing Nov. 2 in Trenton

Dr. Joan Evans Hartman of Ripley, will be reviewing her book, 'Amen and His Family,' on Sunday afternoon, November 2, at 2 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church in Trenton.

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SCOUTS VISIT THE POLICE STATION
SCOUTS VISIT THE POLICE STATION

Cub Scouts visit the Dyer Poilce Dept on 10/20/2014.

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GC Pioneers lose 27 - 21 to Greenfield
GC Pioneers lose 27 - 21 to Greenfield
GOING AFTER THE QUARTERBACK - Pioneer defensive lineman #72 Colton McMackin has his eyes on Greenfield's quarterback. McMackin was named the Player of the Week. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

The Gibson County High School Pioneers faced the Greenfield Yellow Jackets Friday night

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GC Jr. High Pioneers hold football banquet
GC Jr. High Pioneers hold football banquet
NEXT STEP - Gibson County High School football head coach Morgan Cruce goes over the next step with the eighth grade football players at the football banquet Tuesday night. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

The 2014 Gibson County Jr. High Pioneer football team and cheerleaders held their annual Pioneer Football Banquet on Tuesday night. The banquet was held at the First Assembly Of God Church in Dyer.

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Little Dribblers of Dyer to perform November 10
Little Dribblers of Dyer to perform November 10
2014 GC LITTLE DRIBBLERS FROM DYER - Gibson County Little Dribblers from Dyer are coached by Aimee Patton and Amanda McDaniel. The program is an introduction to basketball for kindergarten though fourth grade aged boys and girls. The players will learn th

Gibson County Little Dribblers help encourage kids to develop an interest in the sport of basketball at an early age. The program is an introduction to basketball for kindergarten though fourth grade aged boys and girls. The players will learn the basic fundamentals of ball handing.

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Lady Pirates defeat Bradford 36-19
Lady Pirates defeat Bradford 36-19
TIP-OFF - Rutherford Lady Pirate KJ White tipped-off the tri-city area junior high basketball season this past Monday night at Bradford. (Photo by Joetta T. White)

The Rutherford Lady Pirates and Pirates tipped-off the tri-city area junior high basketball season this past Monday night at Bradford. The Lady Pirates beat the Bradford Lady Red Devils 36 to 19 and the Rutherford Pirates defeated Bradford Red Devils 62 to 29.

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Pirates win over Red Devils 62 to 29
Pirates win over Red Devils 62 to 29
LEADING SCORER - Noah Stafford was the leading scorer with 17 points against Black Oak Thursday night. Stafford was 2 of 3 from the free throw line. (Photo by Joetta T. White)

The Rutherford Pirates came out a little cold in the first quarter and fell behind 14-9 by the end of the quarter

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GCHS Marching Pioneers compete in the University of Memphis Bandmaster Championship
GCHS Marching Pioneers compete in the University of Memphis Bandmaster Championship
SUPERIOR BAND -The Gibson County Marching Pioneer band placed sixth overall of 31 bands competing at the University of Memphis Bandmasters Championship. They were also named a Superior band and second in Class 3A. GC Senior Zach Baker was chosen as the Ba
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GOAT CLASSIC SHOW
GOAT CLASSIC SHOW
GOAT CLASSIC SHOW - GCHS students participated in the Heart of TN Meat Goat Classic Show on October 3-4. Among those participating are (from left) Jenny Baker-first in class, Liz Hunt-third in class, Allie Johnson-sixth in class, Aubrie Croom-first in cla
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