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MILITARY LIVING HISTORY THIS WEEKEND AT DPA
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Taylor family bike ride for missions is another success
Taylor family bike ride for missions is another success
FAMILY MEMBERS ATTEND - Members of the Tanya Taylor family attending the bike ride were Ronnie Barron, Tiffany Baier, Brent Baier, Hunter Baier, Lela Belle Baier, Selene Barron, and Kayla Baier. (Photo by Mindy East)
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Benefits of YMCA, Boys & Girls Club touted for county leaders
Benefits of YMCA, Boys & Girls Club touted for county leaders
ASSETS TO THE COUNTY - Leaders of two local organizations, the Northwest Gibson Co. YMCA and the Boys & Girls Club of Humboldt, spoke to Gibson Co. Commissioners May 9 about the benefits the organizations provide for residents. Pictured are Eric Allen of
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GCUD certified as 'Tennessee Green Fleet'
GCUD certified as 'Tennessee Green Fleet'
TENNESSEE GREEN CERTIFIED - Gibson County Utility District Manager Pat Riley proudly displays a plaque that certified the company's fleet of vehicles as 'Tennessee Green.' The GCUD was one of 8 across the state inducted into the inaugural Tennessee Cl
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Davis named Rutherford's Honorary Chairperson
Davis named Rutherford's Honorary Chairperson
Linda Davis
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Denson to speak at DSC Memorial Day program
Denson to speak at DSC Memorial Day program
MEMORIAL DAY SPEAKER - Sgt. 1st Class (retired) Tommy Denson will speak during the Dyer Station Celebration Memorial Day progam to be held at Oakwood Cemetery on May 29 at 4 p.m.
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WHITE RECOGNIZED
WHITE RECOGNIZED
WHITE RECOGNIZED - World War II veteran Harold White was recently recognized as a 60-year member of the Masons. An official from the Grand Lodge in Nashville presented him with a certificate of recognition and a pin at Bone Lodge #252 in Rutherford. White
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GC Pioneers end season with a 5-4 loss to Scotts Hill
GC Pioneers end season with a 5-4 loss to Scotts Hill
GIBSON COUNTY PIONEERS 7-A REGION CHAMPS - The Gibson County baseball team won the first ever Region Championship for any boys sports in Gibson County High School history. The Pioneers defeated Peabody 4 to 2 in the championship game Wednesday night in Tr

In the first ever appearance of a Gibson County baseball team in a Sub-State game, the Gibson County Pioneers suffered a bittersweet 5-4 loss to Scotts Hill Friday night at Gibson County High School.

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GC Pioneers runners-up in District 14-A Tournament
GC Pioneers runners-up in District 14-A Tournament
DISTRICT 14-A BASEBALL TOURNAMENT RUNNERS-UP - Members of the Gibson County Pioneers, runners-up in the District 14-A Baseball Tournament, are (left to right - front row) Adam Atkins, Colin Warren, Sam McKinney, Austin Atkins, Connor Reeves, (middle row)

On Monday, May 9th the Gibson County Pioneers faced the Greenfield Yellowjackets in the 14-A District Tournament in Union City.

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Pioneers all tournament team - GC Pioneers named to the District 14-A Baseball All-Tournament Team were (left to right) Tyner Hughes, Josh London, Mac Hicks and Nick Wylie. (Photo by Lori Cathey)
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Pioneers advance to Region Championship
Pioneers advance to Region Championship
HE'S OUT - GC senior Colton McMackin stretches to catch a ball at first base for an out in the fourth inning during the sub-state game against Scotts Hills Friday night. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

Monday night was raining, chilly and the field was wet, but Gibson County Pioneers faced the McKenzie Rebels in the semi-final round of the 7-A Regional Tournaments in McKenzie.

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gc PIONEERS named to all district and player of the year - Gibson County Pioneers named to the 14-A All-District Baseball Team were (front row) left fielder Josh London, center fielder Jackson Cantrell, and (back row, left) pitcher/third baseman Nick Wyli
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strike three - Pioneer Mac Hicks fires a third strike to end an inning. Gibson County won 3-1 over Union City. (Photo by Lori Cathey)
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