New property tax notices coming New property tax notices coming

Gibson County Trustee Dana Davidson recently unveiled new property tax notices.
"Going with County Records Services (CRS) instead of continuing to have the state mail out property tax notices to county residents should save taxpayers money and time," Davidson said. "It is going to benefit all of us."

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  • New property tax notices coming New property tax notices coming

    Gibson County Trustee Dana Davidson recently unveiled new property tax notices.
    "Going with County Records Services (CRS) instead of continuing to have the state mail out property tax notices to county residents should save taxpayers money and time," Davidson said. "It is going to benefit all of us."

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  • GCUD breaks ground GCUD breaks ground

    First natural gas fueling station between Memphis and Nashville

    With bulldozers in the background, the Gibson County Utility District (GCUD) Board of Commissioners broke ground on the Gibson County Energy Complex last week.

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  • At 68, man bicycles coast to coast making stop in Dyer At 68, man bicycles coast to coast making stop in Dyer

    Sixty-eight year old Steve Quam is on his third coast-to-coast bicycle trip, but this is his first trip since he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Quam discovered that exercise helps limit his tremors, and since bicycling is one of his favorite exercises, he decided he would ride across the United States to raise awareness about Parkinson's.

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  • Ruth Tate & family named Crockett Days Grand Marshals Ruth Tate & family named Crockett Days Grand Marshals

    The Davy Crockett Days Committee has selected Ruth Tate and family to serve as the 2014 Grand Marshals.

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  • Marbrey honored by Homeland Security Marbrey honored by Homeland Security

    On September 11, Zach Marbrey traveled to the War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville to receive his First Responders Award. Marbrey was honored for his selfless response and hard work by the State of Tennessee Homeland Security.

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Rutherford School holds annual Community Helpers' Day
Rutherford School holds annual Community Helpers' Day
AIR EVAC LIFETEAM HELICOPTER - Kendall, Ethan, Emma and Flecther, students of Mrs. Judy's fourth grade class at Rutherford School, got an up-close look at the Air Evac Lifeteam helicopter.

Community Helpers' Day was held at Rutherford School last Friday. Students from Kenton School also attended the special event.

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Skinner seeking re-election
Skinner seeking re-election

Alderperson Sarah Skinner is announcing her candidacy for re-election to the Kenton City Council.

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Dyer board meets in regular session

The City of Dyer Board of Mayor and Alderpersons discussed the ongoing sewer project, the purchase of office furniture and holding a 'Trunk or Treat' again this Halloween during the September 8, 2014 board meeting.

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Man, son help driver from burning vehicle
Man, son help driver from burning vehicle
WRECK - Troy Mingle and his son Matt helped Patricia Fletcher out of her wrecked truck. Smoke and flames were coming from the vehicle when the Mingles stopped to help. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

On Sunday afternoon, September 14 around 5 p.m. Dyer Fire Department was dispatched to a one-vehicle accident with entrapment and the vehicle was on fire. The accident occurred about a half-mile out of Dyer on Highway 77.
Upon arrival the fire was out and two people had helped the driver out of the truck.

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Kenton gets new signs with farmer's aid
Kenton gets new signs with farmer's aid
WELCOME TO KENTON - The City of Kenton has new signs welcoming visitors to Kenton, thanks to local farmer Daniel Huey and Monsanto. Huey applied for and was awarded a $2,500 donation from Monsanto's 'America's Farmers Grow Communities' fund. Huey selected

The City of Kenton has new signs welcoming visitors to Kenton, thanks to local farmer Daniel Huey and Monsanto.

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Davidson seeking re-election
Davidson seeking re-election

Kenton Mayor Virginia Davidson is seeking re-election for another term in the November city election.

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Discovery Park of Amercia will hold grand celebration at the park
Discovery Park of Amercia will hold grand celebration at the park
WILLIAMS WILD PERFORMANCE - A wild man on stage, Jason D. Williams will be performing at Discovery Park of America on Saturday, October 18th at 7 p.m. The entire evening will be a celebration of Discovery Park's first year in business and tickets will in

Jason D. Williams will perform a lively concert at Discovery Park of America on Saturday, October 18th beginning at 7 p.m., gates opening at 5:30.

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DYER SCHOOL RECEIVES DESKTOP FLAGS
DYER SCHOOL RECEIVES DESKTOP FLAGS
DYER SCHOOL RECEIVES DESKTOP FLAGS - Woodmen of the World\'s Gibson County field Representatives Anthony Warren and Joel Smith presents Dyer School principle Brad Garner desk top American Flags for all the class rooms. In honor and remembrance of all the
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CHAPTER 153 PRESENTS FLAGS
CHAPTER 153 PRESENTS FLAGS
CHAPTER 153 PRESENTS FLAGS - The Woodmen of the World Rutherford Chapter 153 presents 25 flags to the town of Rutherford to be placed on light poles during special events and holidays such as Memorial Day, July 4th, and September 11th. Making the presenta
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DINOSAUR STORY TIME -
DINOSAUR STORY TIME  -
On Wednesday, September 24th, the Bookworms had a special dinosaur themed story time. When the Bookworms arrived, they got to make a macaroni dinosaur. Then, the story 'No T-Rex in the Library' by Toni Buzzeo was read. The book follows a little girl as sh

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Pioneers improve record to 2-4 with win over So. Fulton
Pioneers improve record to 2-4 with win over So. Fulton
LEADING RUSHER - Devonte Wilkes was Gibson County's leading rusher in a 49-0 win over Fulton County, KY, last week. The sophomore running back carried the football 11 times for 80 yards and two touchdowns. (Photos by Gary Smith)

Home field proved to be no advantage for Fulton County, Kentucky in a 49-0 loss to Gibson County, last week.

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TODD KICKS
TODD KICKS
TODD KICKS - Out of Jake Siler\'s holds, Henry Todd kicked five-of-six extra points in Gibson County\'s 49-0 win at Fulton County, Kentucky. An errant center snap handicapped one of the kicks.
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ESCORTS RUNNER
ESCORTS RUNNER
ESCORTS RUNNER - GCHS fullback Tyler Cairnes (#35) escorts receiver Logan Alexander downfield for a gain against the Fulton County Pilots. Alexander caught two passes for 19 yards and a touchdown.
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PIONEER PLAYER OF THE WEEK
PIONEER PLAYER OF THE WEEK
PIONEER PLAYER OF THE WEEK - The Gibson County Pioneer Player of the Week is #27 Davonte Wilkes, a GCHS sophomore. Coach Morgan Cruce said Wilkes had 11 rushes for 80 yards and two touchdowns. The Pioneer Player of the Week is sponsored by Farmers & Merch
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Gibson Co. golf rebuilds in 2014
Gibson Co. golf rebuilds in 2014
GIBSON COUNTY 2014 GOLF TEAM - Member of the 2014 Gibson County Golf team are Mack Hicks, Mason Chandler, Michael Skinner, coach Drew Gibson and Tyner Hughes (not pictured) . (Photo by Lori Cathey)

After losing three seniors to graduation, the Gibson County golf team had to rebuild during the 2014 season.

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GC 2014 LADY PIONEER GOLF TEAM
GC 2014 LADY PIONEER GOLF TEAM
GC 2014 LADY PIONEER GOLF TEAM - Maddie Welch is a member of the 2014 Lady Pioneer golf team. (Photo by Lori Cathey)
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Lady Pioneers soccer team in action
Lady Pioneers soccer team in action
GCHS 2014 PIONEER LADY SOCCER TEAM - Members of the 2014 Gibson County Lady Pioneers soccer team are (front row) Melanie Spain, Katelyn Rickman, Doressa Anderson, Lacie Ayers, manager Brandi Robinson, (middle row) Mallory Harrison, Alexis Overstreet, Mega
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