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Hargett Materials, Inc. expanding in Milan

Hargett Materials, Inc. is expanding its operations in Milan. Governor Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob

Scores for Monday, Jan 25

Obion Co. Junior High Championship Boys South Fulton 36 Black Oak 26 Girls Ridgemont 32 Hillcrest 19 High School Basketball

Union City man charged with stealing items

A Union City man is facing charges in Weakley County for stealing items from vehicles in Martin. 41-year-old Timothy A.

Greenfield man charged with robbery

A Greenfield man is facing a robbery charge after allegedly taking money from his ex-girlfriend’s purse. According to the arrest

Sports for Tuesday, Jan 26

College Basketball Belmont @ UT Martin women, airtime 5:00 on WCMT, followed by SEMO @ UT Martin men at 8:00

TBI names suspect in Reelfoot Lake double

The TBI has named a suspect in a double homicide Monday on Reelfoot Lake. TBI spokesperson Keli McAlister says 70-year-old

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Scores for Monday, Jan 25

Obion Co. Junior High Championship Boys South Fulton 36 Black Oak 26 Girls Ridgemont 32 Hillcrest 19 High School Basketball Boys, TN Bruceton 56 Gleason 52 (OT) Stewart County 42 Houston County 39 Spring Hill 81 Mt. Pleasant 51 Boys, KY Paducah Tilghman 86 Community Christian 37 Christian Fellowship 67

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Sports for Tuesday, Jan 26

College Basketball Belmont @ UT Martin women, airtime 5:00 on WCMT, followed by SEMO @ UT Martin men at 8:00 Men’s College Basketball Mississippi State @ Tennessee, airtime 5:30 with tip-off at 6:00 on Star 95.1 High School Basketball Bradford @ Gleason, airtime 5:40 on Mix 101.3 Union City @

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District 13A, 13AA standings

District 13A Girls 1) Gleason (6-1) 2) Greenfield (6-2) 3) Union City (5-2) 4) Bradford (3-4) 5) Lake County (2-4) 6) South Fulton (2-5) 7) Dresden (0-6) District 13A Boys 1) Union City (8-0) 2) South Fulton (6-1) 3) Bradford (5-2) 4) Gleason (2-5) 4) Lake County (2-5) 6) Greenfield

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Murray State Receives Six-Figure Donation for Football Campaign

Murray State University has announced a six-figure donation to their “Clear the Track” campaign for football. The Athletic Department said former Racer player Scotty Crump, and his wife Debi, made a gift of $100,000 from the Crump Family Foundation. The “Clear the Track” campaign was started with the hiring of

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