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Tell us the good news about your spouse, child, friend or neighbor by posting on Facebook/Twitter with #hometownhighfive or email Sheila Scruggs about the special person and their honor. Then listen mornings, as Sheila delivers a Hometown High Five to that special someone.
Congratulations Mrs. Whitney Brelje of Smithvillle Elementary for being named Teacher of the Year!
Lillian Upchurch spreads kindness to her classmates at Prescott South Elementary by giving those less fortunate a “Birthday Box”.
Vanessa Deaver of Granville recently completed her first season with the University of Tennessee Pride of the Southland Band.
She’s a graduate of Jackson County High School and earned a spot in the drum line as a cymbal player. In addition to playing in the band, she earned a spot on the Dean’s list for the fall semester.
Homestead Elementary in Crossville recently announced their teachers of the year. They are: Rachel Davis, kindergarten; and Brooke Scruggs, 6th grade science and social studies.
Congratulations to the Algood Middle School VITAL Students of the Month for January. Cade Boswell and Luke Leftwich are taking VITAL Dave Ramsey Personal Finance online and doing very well. Presenting them with their awards are AMS Asst. Principal Bubba Winningham and lab facilitator, Justin Brown.
Congratulations to Adam Brown for being Baxter Fire and Rescue – Firefighter of the Year 2016.
Terry Bryant of Cookeville was recently honored for his 20 years of service at IWC with their Transportation Department.
Cookeville Football player Blake Ashburn signs with MTSU. Congratulations Blake!
Peter Woolfolk has been elected chairman of Better Business Bureau’s (BBB) Board of Directors for 2017-18.