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Tennessee Supreme Court orders continued suspension of

The Tennessee Supreme Court is extending its order suspending in-person court proceedings through March 31st. Weakley County Circuit Court Clerk

Perry garners fourth OVC Player of the

For the fourth time this season and 12th time in her career, UT Martin women’s basketball senior forward Chelsey Perry

High School Basketball Scores, Jan 18

Tenn (Boys) Haywood 54 Ripley 51 (Girls) Haywood 73 Ripley 31 Ken McCracken Co 64 Marshall Co 64 St Mary

Lottery Jackpots Now Combined for Over $1.5

Lottery players across the nation now have combined lottery jackpots of over $1.5 billion dollars to play for. Tonight’s Mega-Millions

Holt Making Transition from State Representative to

Former 77th District State Representative Andy Holt is making his transition from State Representative to the Department of Agriculture. The

Weakley County Commission meets tonight

The Weakley County Commission will go over a fairly light agenda when it meets tonight for its regular monthly meeting.

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Perry garners fourth OVC Player of the Week honor this

For the fourth time this season and 12th time in her career, UT Martin women’s basketball senior forward Chelsey Perry has been named OVC Player of the Week following impressive performances against league rivals Austin Peay and Murray State. One day after being named the Madness National Mid-Major Player of

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High School Basketball Scores, Jan 18

Tenn (Boys) Haywood 54 Ripley 51 (Girls) Haywood 73 Ripley 31 Ken McCracken Co 64 Marshall Co 64 St Mary 75 Fulton City 21

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Lottery Jackpots Now Combined for Over $1.5 Billion Dollars

Lottery players across the nation now have combined lottery jackpots of over $1.5 billion dollars to play for. Tonight’s Mega-Millions drawing now has the second largest jackpot in the games history, at $850 million dollars. Should a single ticket match all six number in tonight’s draw, that person could choose

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UT fires Pruitt, assistant coaches over alleged NCAA violations; Steele

Tennessee head football coach Jeremy Pruitt and nine other members of the Volunteers football program were fired Monday over alleged NCAA violations. It was also announced that athletics director Phillip Fulmer would be retiring following the search for his replacement. In a press conference Monday, UT Knoxville Chancellor Donde Plowman

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