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COOKEVILLE — Meigs County fell short in Saturday’s Class 2A BlueCross Bowl in a 27-16 loss to Peabody to end a 13-2 season and a senior class tenure that achieved a 48-6 record and won three region championships.

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A variety of parades and Christmas celebrations took place across McMinn and Meigs counties over the past few days. Included in these events was Christmas in the Park in Calhoun, which featured the most people ever to attend the event, according to City Manager Joe Bryan. For more photos fro…

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The Good Faith Clinic will have an altered holiday schedule for the month of December, meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 10, and Monday, Dec. 31. The clinic will not be open on Dec. 24 and 30.

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Three teachers of the year were recently honored at halftime of McMinn County High School’s basketball games against Ooltewah. Shown here are (from left) Career and Technical Education Center Teacher of the Year Michelle Layman and MCHS Teachers of the Year Jessica Moses and Karen Dickey.

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The grand opening of the Ten Mile Community Walking Track will be held on Friday, Dec. 13, at noon.

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Etowah Police Department Det. Jim Shaw, along with members of the EPD and Etowah Fire Department, brought fruit and gifts to the residents at Etowah Health Care Center on Wednesday, Nov. 27.

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Billy Berry and the Tennessee Wesleyan University baseball team, along with Neyland Pickle, were the 2019 Jimmy Liner Memorial Christmas Parade grand marshals. Prior to the parade, Berry and Pickle accepted the 2019 Grand Marshal Plaque from Chairman Chris Liner.

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Morning Pointe of Athens resident Rheta Driggers enjoys a sweet treat in honor of National Parfait Day. To celebrate the holiday, the assisted living community’s residents make their own parfaits with ice cream and fruit. “It was a great afternoon of conversation and community,” said Morning…

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Citizens of Niota have a chance to get assistance with home repairs.

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DECATUR — Meigs County was in a heavyweight slug fest Friday night and didn’t land the knockout blow until under two minutes to play.

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The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) and The Nature Conservancy (TNC) have signed an agreement to manage the university’s forested research properties under the highest standards for forest management while also selling carbon credits.