Sheriff's Dept. adds K-9 unit Sheriff's Dept. adds K-9 unit

The newest member of the Gibson County Sheriff's Department is a feisty and friendly 75-lb. Golden Retriever named Brinkley.

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  • Sheriff's Dept. adds K-9 unit Sheriff's Dept. adds K-9 unit

    The newest member of the Gibson County Sheriff's Department is a feisty and friendly 75-lb. Golden Retriever named Brinkley.

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  • WTN Healthcare breaks ground WTN Healthcare breaks ground

    The nearly frozen turf was no match for a five-handle shovel when West Tennessee Healthcare and Trenton officials broke ground on a 12,855 sq. ft. facility last week.

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  • GCHS Lady Pioneers defeat Dresden, advance to sub-state GCHS Lady Pioneers defeat Dresden, advance to sub-state

    The Gibson County Lady Pioneers' ability to attack the basket for high percentage shots and free throws proved to be the difference in a 69-54 win over Dresden in the championship game of the Region 7-A Basketball Tournament played Thursday at Bethel University in McKenzie.

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  • State archivists to visit Humboldt State archivists to visit Humboldt

    Representatives from the Tennessee State Library and Archives will be in Humboldt on Feb. 26 to record and digitize Civil War memorabilia owned by local residents for an exhibit titled "Looking Back: The Civil War in Tennessee."

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4-H public speaking contest winners announced
4-H public speaking contest winners announced
FOURTH GRADE PUBLIC SPEAKING CONTEST WINNERS - 4-H public speaking fourth grade contest winners include (from left) second place-Evyn Cantrell, first place-Cole Campbell, and third place-Matthew Reynolds.

The Gibson County 4-H public speaking contest was held on February 24, 2015.

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Gibson Co. Leadership project to benefit Carl Perkins Center's children

The 2015 Gibson County Adult Leadership Class is currently seeking donations to provide abused children in our area with a new furry friend who will always be there for them.

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Nite Lite presents 'You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown'
Nite Lite presents 'You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown'
CAST MEMBERS - Cast members of 'You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown' are (front row, from left) Christina Duffey, Autumn Jackson and Jennifer Petty, (back row) Michael Poore and Greg Boals. Not pictured is Roger Utter.

Nite Lite Theatre presents 'You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown,' opening Thursday, March 19, 2015 at 7 p.m. at the Peabody High School, Trenton.

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Hall of Fame standouts to be inducted April 10th

Six sports standouts, a contributor and two great teams will be inducted into the Gibson County Sports Hall of Fame during the 19th annual banquet to be held at 6 p.m. April 10 at Humboldt General Hospital's Community Room.

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Dyer board accepts resignations

In the February 9th meeting of the City of Dyer Board of Mayor and Alderpersons, the board accepted the resignations of a fireman and one employee and terminated the employment of another.

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Local high school singers compete at UT Martin
Local high school singers compete at UT Martin
SINGERS COMPETE - High school singers Meleah Gateley (left) and Anna-Grace Jones (right) recently competed in the UT Martin 'Death by Voice High School and College Aria Competition.' Jones, of Dyer, won the competition with the Italian aria 'Sebben Caldra

Two local high school singers competed in the first annual University of Tennessee at Martin 'Death by Voice High School and College Aria Competition' on February 12th at Blankenship Recital Hall on the UT-Martin campus.

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Dyersburg police officer arrested, charged with theft
Dyersburg police officer arrested, charged with theft

An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the arrest of a Dyersburg police officer charged with stealing from an Obion County couple.

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Cash, Hill plan March wedding

Dawn Denette (Yates)Cash and Christopher Larry Hill, lovingly announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

Dawn is the daughter of Jerry and Paulette Yates of Kenton, and Chris is the son of Larry and Christy Hill of Trenton.

Chris and Dawn invite all family and friends to join them on their special day, as they pledge their love to God and each other. March 7th at 2 p.m., at Lessenberry Wedding Chapel, Milan Tn.

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Rhodens welcomed baby girl

Erin and Josh as well as big brother Jacoby Rhoden of Dyer welcome little sister Jaylynn Abigail born on January 23, 2015. Grandparents are Bryan and Gail Sharp of Dyer and Joy and Shawn Bryan of Trenton. She is the great granddaughter of Janice Sharp of Dyer and the late Betty Bullock of Jackson.

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GCSSD BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING

The Gibson County Special School District Board of Trustees will have the regular meeting on Thursday, March 12th in the Gibson City Hall at 6:30 p.m.

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LIBRARY BOARD MEETING

Gibson County Memorial Library will be having a board meeting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, March 10th at the Gibson County Memorial Library.

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MISS HARMONY PAGEANT

South Gibson County High School Band is sponsoring Miss Harmony on Saturday, March 14, at South Gibson County High School cafetorium open to girls age birth to 21 years. Attire is pageant dress. Pageants begin at 10 a.m., with registration beginning at 9 a.m. Contact Anndrea Dyer at 731-414-7484 for more information.

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Leadership and Legacy

An unforgettable evening featuring honored and distinguished guest, Lt. Col. George Hardy of the Tuskegee Airman Institute has been rescheduled for March 12 at 6:30 p.m. at Dyersburg High School in the atrium. Lt. Col. Hardy flew 21 combat missions over Germany as a member of the famed 'Red Tail Squadron.' A donation to the scholarship fund of the Tuskegee Airman Institute will be greatly appreciated.

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Lady Pioneers win over Bradford in semifinal round

Almost half of Gibson County's points were scored or set-up by transition offense in a 74-61 win over Bradford in the semifinal round of the Region 7-A Basketball Tournament played Wednesday at Bethel University in McKenzie.

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Lady Pioneers eliminate Huntingdon is quarterfinals

The Gibson County Lady Pioneers combined three solid quarters of basketball to eliminate Huntingdon 58-37 in the quarterfinal round of the Region 7-A Basketball Tournament played last week at Dyer.

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ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM/MVP
ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM/MVP
ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM/MVP - GC Lady Pioneers Erin Lannom (left) and Justyce White (right) were named to the Region 7-A All-Tournament Team. Brianna Fields (center) was named All-Tournament MVP. Fields had 22 points against Dresden.
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GCHS FANS CHEER
GCHS FANS CHEER
GCHS FANS CHEER - Dressed in school colors, Gibson County fans cheer for the Lady Pioneers during the championship game of the 7-A Region Basketball Tournament played last week at Bethel University in McKenzie. (Photo by Gary Smith)
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Scenes from Regional Championship game
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Lady Pioneers Coach Mitch Wilkins named 2014-15 Coach of the Year
Lady Pioneers Coach Mitch Wilkins named 2014-15 Coach of the Year
WILKINS NAMED COACH OF THE YEAR - Gibson County head coach Mitch Wilkins was named the coach of the year this past Saturday afternoon at the conclusion of the 14-A District Tournament. Coach Wilkins is surround by his assistant coach Heather Jones and the

Gibson County Coach Mitch Wilkins' fellow 14-A district coaches named him the district's 2014-15 Coach of the Year on Saturday afternoon at the conclusion of the 14-A District Tournament.

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GC Lady Pioneers wins 58-37 over Huntington in Region 7-A
GC Lady Pioneers wins 58-37 over Huntington in Region 7-A
TWO POINTS - Gibson County's Mackenna Upchurch shoots under the basket Saturday afternoon in at the championship basketball game at Trenton. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

Gibson County Lady Pioneers (30-3) defeated the Huntingdon Lady Mustangs 58-37 in first round of the Region 7-A tournament at Gibson County High School Monday night.

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