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Abigayle Pollock is pictured here with the Champion Prospect Steer at the 4-H Regional and State Junior Beef Expo. Philip Pollock holds the ribbon and award the steer won.
Medal winners in the 4-H Beef Expo are pictured here at the Tennessee Junior Livestock Exposition with Darrell Ailshire, Tennessee Farm Bureau and Tennessee Livestock Producers, sponsor of awards. Pictured are (front, from left) Jana Owen, fifth in Junior Skillathon and second in Junior Premier Exhibitor; Alex Thompson, third in Commercial Heifer Premier Exhibitor; Ella Pollock, fourth in Junior Premier Exhibitor; Allie Perry, fourth in Explorer Premier Exhibitor; (second row)
Allie Perry’s heifer was the Champion Angus heifer at the Central Region Show and State Junior Show. Allie also won Showmanship at these shows and was the fourth overall Premier Exhibitor. Pictured are (from left) Joe Warren; Jary Douglas, judge; Jackie Perry; Jonathan Perry; Levi Douglas, judge; David Young; Allie Perry; and Kelsey Faulkner.
A 328 feet long piece of American history will be docked at Ingalls Harbor in Decatur, Alabama and will be available for public tours. The USS LST 325 is a World War II vessel that was part of the D-Day Invasion at Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944. This ship is one of the last of her kind and is the only working LST in the United States. The ship
Nashville’s iconic letterpress print shop, Hatch Show Print, is now offering daily public tours. Another historic property of the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum, the 135-year-old operation, located within the museum’s new expansion, has opened its doors and its archives to give visitors a peek into its history for the first time. Hatch tours can be purchased online or at the museum’s box office for $15 for an
Wine and cheese: a perfect pair … a perfect North Alabama pair, that is. Most think of places like the California wine country to go for good wine or Wisconsin for good cheese, but both can be found in North Alabama. Belle Chevre has made a huge splash in Elkmont, a small, relatively unknown place in Limestone County. Famous for making goat cheese, visitors can dine, taste the cheese, buy
Five young men from Lincoln County attended Boys State and were recognized during an awards ceremony held at American Legion Post 42 here in Fayetteville. The teens that attended Boys State were Ty Wolaver, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club; Nick Smith, sponsored by the Lions Club; Caleb Hancock, sponsored by The Veterans of Foreign Wars; Cooper Shelton, sponsored by the American Legion; and Carter Stamps, sponsored by the American Legion.
Four young ladies received certificates of participation following their recent trip to Girls State. Marie McConnell, president of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 42 presented the certificates to Bonnie Wakefield, Emma Gill, Annie Steelman and Riley O’Neal at an awards ceremony at the American Legion recently. Girls State is a nonpartisan program that teaches young women responsible citizenship and love for God and country. Since the inception of the Girls State
The Governor’s Books from Birth Foundation has launched its Books from Birth 10th Anniversary Tour, which will conclude at the Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville on Sept. 30, visiting some 50 counties across the state in a 45-foot decorated touring coach. The bus tour will arrive at the Stone Bridge Academy in Fayetteville on Tuesday, Sept. 9. Parents are welcome to bring their children to the bus and enjoy book
A gospel singing at Old Gurley Pike Baptist Church will be held Sunday, Aug. 31, at 1:30 p.m. Denise Hopkins-Jaco of Toney, Ala., is the featured singer. The church is located at 726 Old Gurley Pike, Owens Cross Roads, Alabama. A gospel singing, featuring Denise Hopkins-Jaco of Toney, Ala., will be held at Parks City Baptist Church on Sunday, Aug. 31, at 6 p.m. Parks City Baptist Church is
Pastor Walter “Chick” McGill was a reluctant participant when he started his walk across America in Kill Devil, N.C. on April 23. It was his 19th wedding anniversary when he left, and while still in the state on U.S. Route 64, incurred a shin splint and a torn meniscus in his right knee. “I was dragging my leg,” he said. In Winston, N.C., a pastor prayed for his knee as
David Fowler, president of The Family Action Council of Tennessee, will be speaking about why you should vote “yes” on Amendment 1, which is up for vote on the Nov. 4 general election ballot, at the Moore County Building in Lynchburg on Tuesday, Aug. 26, from 7-8 p.m. Fowler said the reason he is so passionate about informing the public should know about Amendment 1 is because in 2000, the
Cancer has impacted the lives of countless families in Bedford, Coffee, Franklin, Grundy, Marion, Lincoln, Moore, and Warren counties during the past 21 years. During that time the Multi-County Cancer Support Network (MCCSN) and its team of volunteers have stepped up to help those families. Financial, educational, and emotional support are the core products MCCSN provides to those afflicted in the eight county Middle Tennessee area. Financial assistance to the
Lincoln County Health System is a multi-faceted system with a wide variety of services to meet the health care needs of the community. The Lincoln County Health System Foundation holds fundraisers to donate monies that support the mission of the various entities of the Health System. Over the past 10 years, the foundation has raised money for items such as the accredited chest pain center, a new bus for the
The residents of Fayetteville Square recently enjoyed a game of Health Jeopardy with Dr. Chad Mathey of Tri-State Clinic of Chiropractic. Mathey educates local groups with the fun and educational game. Among the facilities where he has taken the activity are Southern Manor Living Center, the Fayetteville/Lincoln County Senior Citizens Center and the Petersburg Senior Citizens Center. “The folks always enjoy our time together, and it gets pretty competitive as