Brisentine is Honorary Chair for Yorkville Brisentine is Honorary Chair for Yorkville

Charlene Brisentine is one of the Relay For Life Honorary Chairpersons for Yorkville.

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  • Brisentine is Honorary Chair for Yorkville Brisentine is Honorary Chair for Yorkville

    Charlene Brisentine is one of the Relay For Life Honorary Chairpersons for Yorkville.

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  • Dream becomes reality Dream becomes reality

    The vision of the Gibson County Utility District General Manager Pat Riley and Board of Directors became a reality last week when local, state, and regional leaders cut the ribbon on the Gibson County Energy Complex.

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  • Dyer's Metzger to play in Valley Baseball League Dyer's Metzger to play in Valley Baseball League

    Dyersburg State Community College baseball pitcher Axle 'AJ' Metzger couldn't have been any happier about how his first year of playing college baseball ended. He recently learned that he is one of only 336 top collegiate baseball players chosen to play in the 2015 Valley Baseball League.

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  • 26 GCHS students graduate as Distinguished Scholars 26 GCHS students graduate as Distinguished Scholars

    Ninety seven Gibson County High School Class of 2015 seniors received diplomas at commencement exercises held Friday, May 15th in the Bo Booth Gymnasium. Of that 97, twenty-six were recognized as Distinguished Scholars.

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Residents address clean up of properties
Residents address  clean up   of properties
NEW SIGN BLOCKS ACCESS - Brad Clark, owner of Brad's Barber Shop on the corner of Main and Maple in Dyer, let Mayor Chris Younger and other city officials that he is not happy with the placement of a new stop sign. The sign is placed in the access to Clar

The City of Dyer Board of Mayor and Alderpersons met in regular session, Monday, May 11, 2015. The board listened to the concerns of several citizens, discussed the placement of stop signs in downtown Dyer and approved the first phase of painting the waste water treatment plant.

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Relay Celebrity Dinner is May 30th

The date has been set for the Annual Gibson-North Relay for Life Celebrity Waiter Dinner, which will be held on Saturday, May 30 in the Rutherford School Cafeteria.

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Relay's Survivor Dinner held May 12th

The dreaded "Silent 'C'" could not find its way into the Yorkville Community Center Tuesday, May 12. Instead "Survivor 'C's'" were out in numbers to celebrate their victory over the silent killer that invades our bodies.

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County borrows $3.02 M

The Gibson County Commission acted on several issues when they met May 11 in Trenton. Among those was borrowing $3 million to fund courthouse repairs, fairgrounds improvement, new sheriff's department patrol cars and ambulances and jail security upgrades.

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Memorial Day programs slated

The Dyer Station Celebration Memorial Day service will be held Sunday, May 24 at 4 p.m. at the gazebo in Oakwood Cemetery in Dyer.

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Dyer School announces 2014-15 award winners
Dyer School announces 2014-15 award winners
8TH GRADE AWARD WINNERS - Dyer School students winning awards in the eighth grade were (front row) Jessica Griffin, Paige Ramsey, Ashton Lannom, Brooke Siler, Brittney Kolwyck, (second row) Hannah Metcalfe, Destinee McMullins, Katelyn Duck, Timia Bonds, A

Dyer School held the annual awards ceremony, Wednesday, May 13 at 9 am in the school's gym.

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TOP TWO
TOP TWO
The Dyer School Valedictorian of the 2015 Dyer 8th grade class with a grade point average of 97.722 is Ethen Carrell (right). The Salutatorian of the 2015 Dyer 8th grade class with a grade point average of 96.972 is Alaina Eddlemon (left). (Photo by Jen

The Dyer School Valedictorian of the 2015 Dyer 8th grade class with a grade point average of 97.722 is Ethen Carrell

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Gibson County High School holds 2014-15 honors picnic
Gibson County High School holds 2014-15 honors picnic
SENIORS A-B HONOR ROLL - The following seniors made the A-B Honor Roll for the 2014-15 school year: (front row)Tyniece Albea, Beth Crittendon, Chelsea Dotson, Lilli Forester, Brooklynn Hill, Jeri McCall, Katelynn Rickman, (back row) Dakoda Crews, Christ

SENIORS A-B HONOR ROLL - The following seniors made the A-B Honor Roll for the 2014-15 school year: (front row)Tyniece Albea, Beth Crittendon, Chelsea Dotson, Lilli Forester, Brooklynn Hill, Jeri McCall, Katelynn Rickman, (back row) Dakoda Crews, Christian Kemp, Damian McElroy, Colton Spain, Carley Thompson and Grayson Whitworth.

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SILER RECONGNIZED
SILER RECONGNIZED
SILER RECONGNIZED - Jake Siler, son of Lisa and Keith Siler, was recognized as an Academic Letterman. Jake has lettered in academics all four years of high school by receiving only A\'s

SILER RECONGNIZED - Jake Siler, son of Lisa and Keith Siler, was recognized as an Academic Letterman. Jake has lettered in academics all four years of high school by receiving only A's

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Pioneers named to All-District, All-Tournament
Pioneers named to All-District, All-Tournament
PIONEERS NAMED TO ALL district AND tournament team - Gibson County Pioneers named to the Baseball 14-A All-District and All Tournament Teams were: (front row) All District - Tyner Hughes and Grant Jones, (back row) All Tournament - Mac Hicks, Jackson Cant

The Gibson County Pioneer baseball team finished fourth place in the 14A District Tournament held in Union City last week.

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GC Lady Pioneers selected for 14-A All-Tournament
GC Lady Pioneers selected for 14-A  All-Tournament
gchs SOFTBALL team members named to all Tournament Team - Lady Pioneers named to the 14-A All-District Tournament Team were (from left) junior pitcher Rebecca Lee, senior center fielder Macie Cole, (head coach Chris Lownsdale) and junior second baseman Ju

At the conclusions of the 14-A All District Tournament, center fielder Macie Cole, second baseman Justyce White and pitcher Rebecca Lee were named to the 14-A All District Tournament Team.

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