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READY TO RETIRE

READY TO RETIRE — Bobby Stewart of Troy, who has ministered for many Church of Christ congregations across Obion County for more than 64 years, recently announced plans to retire. He will spend his time tending to his garden, flowers and his 40-year-old blueberry bushes. His last sermon, which will be based on the emotion…

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Local Food Network Food Pantry

FREE FOR YOU — The Northwest Tennessee Local Food Network has a pantry in place at 206 Oxford Street in Martin. The pantry offers free food for anybody who needs it. On Saturday, the pantry had yellow squash, cucumbers, lettuce, and two flats of tomatoes. There were even free face masks for anyone who wanted…

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Gleason Bulldogs Ready for Season

LOOKING UP — Gleason tight end and wide receiver Elijah Young practices cutback moves during the afternoon summer drills one week ago. The Bulldogs have more players on the team this summer than they have had in last several years, which could lead to an improved squad when the season begins. Read entire story in…

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READY TO RETIRE

READY TO RETIRE — Bobby Stewart of Troy, who has ministered for many Church of Christ congregations across Obion County for more than 64 years, recently announced plans to retire. He will spend his time tending to his garden, flowers and his 40-year-old blueberry bushes. His last sermon, which will be based on the emotion…

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READY TO RETIRE

READY TO RETIRE — Bobby Stewart of Troy, who has ministered for many Church of Christ congregations across Obion County for more than 64 years, recently announced plans to retire. He will spend his time tending to his garden, flowers and his 40-year-old blueberry bushes. His last sermon, which will be based on the emotion…

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Juneteenth Vigil

STANDING UNITED — Eight-year-old Nilay McAfee joined Martin Police officers (from left) patrol officer Brandyn Brown, Lt. Mike Wenz and Lt. Dean Brooks during a Freedom Day, Juneteenth recognition event and candlelight vigil held beside Martin City Hall downtown Friday evening. The event drew people of all walks of life, carrying posters and sporting T-shirts…

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MHS Class of 1957-58 Sign Recovered and Restored

NEW LIFE FOR OLD SIGN — Vintage Iron Works father and son team, made up of (from left) Bill and George Wyatt Zarecor, salvaged what they could to restore an artifact discovered in a pile of rubble by David Tuck, who then enlisted the help and interest of current sign owner Jason Jackson. The iron…

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PEACEFUL PROTEST

PEACEFUL PROTEST — Members of several area motorcycle clubs gathered Saturday in front of Abernathy’s on West Main Street in Union City holding signs with messages supporting Black Lives Matter or in response to a recent Facebook post denouncing the movement. The owner of the longtime local dealership has been at the center of a…

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Greenfield Board honors Lady Yellowjackets’ 34-0 season

By Sabrina Bates News Producer After the coronavirus pandemic canceled spring sports across the state, the Greenfield Board of Mayor and Aldermen opted to recognize its 2019-20 Greenfield High School Lady Yellowjackets basketball team during its monthly meeting held last week. The winning team was in the middle of battling for the TSSAA state championship…

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