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Western Kentucky Man Issued Multiple Child Sex

The Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch has arrested a Hickman County man on charges related to child sexual abuse

77th District State Representative Rusty Grills Named

77th District State Representative Rusty Grills has been named the Vice-Chair of the House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee for

Identification Process Still Ongoing in Fatal Traffic

The identification of an individual killed in Obion County on Wednesday morning has still not been released. A single vehicle

Sen. Ed Jackson tests positive for COVID-19

West Tennessee State Senator Ed Jackson announced Thursday that he’s tested positive for COVID-19. The Republican from Jackson says he

Vols hire Danny White as new Athletics

The University of Tennessee has hired Danny White as its new Athletics Director, replacing the retiring Phillip Fulmer. White, recently

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UTM Skyhawks face the EKU Colonels

The UTM Skyhawks traveled to Eastern Kentucky to face the Colonels Thursday for double header action.  In the opening game the Women squared off with UTM claiming the victory 65 to 39. There were a large number of turnovers from both teams in the contest, and at the half Eastern

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Vols hire Danny White as new Athletics Director

The University of Tennessee has hired Danny White as its new Athletics Director, replacing the retiring Phillip Fulmer. White, recently ranked the fourth-best athletic director in the country by Stadium, comes to the Vols from the University of Central Florida, where he’d served as AD since 2015. White is the

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Tip-Off for Obion County Middle School Basketball Tournament

The Obion County Middle School basketball tournament will start tonight at South Fulton High School. In the opening round games, the Black Oak girls will face South Fulton at 6:00, followed by the Lake Road boys playing Hillcrest at 7:15. The winners of these games will advance to semi-final play

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Fulton County Judge-Executives Office Closed Until Monday

The Fulton County Judge-Executives Office will remain closed until Monday due to COVID-19 issues. The Emergency Management Office said the office was forced to close to the public due to safety issues related to coronavirus quarantines. Reports said office staff is working virtual during this week, and individuals can still

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