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Holocaust Liberator Speaks at Westside Elementary

Holocaust Liberator Speaks at Westside Elementary

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On Saturday, February 28, Mr.Jimmy Gentry, spoke at Westside Elementary…

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The Tornado…Seven Years Later

The Tornado…Seven Years Later

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It was Macon County’s loyalty to each other that contributed…

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Rotary Rook Tournament Results

Rotary Rook Tournament Results

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Twelve teams competed at the 2nd Annual Back-Pack Rotary Rook…

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From Pennsylvania, to Tennessee, to the Pentagon & Back

From Pennsylvania, to Tennessee, to the Pentagon & Back

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I always enjoy talking to a former soldier, because no…

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  • April 16, 2015

    Chelsea M. Smith, age 21, and Latosha Renee Flashner, age 29, appeared in Macon County General Sessions Court last week, for their involvement in a automobile that was stolen from the Minit Mart in Trousdale County in February. They were apprehended and arrested on Thursday, February 26, 2015, in Red Boiling Springs by Police Chief Terry Tuck. 

  • April 14, 2015

    According to the Director’s Report, received at last Thursday night’s Macon County Board of Education meeting, two Macon County principal’s will not be returning to their positions for the 2015-2015 School Year.

    Westside Elementary School principal Tonya Wells and Macon County High School principal Stephanie Meador were not re-hired…

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