Tuesday, July 17, 2018
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Today’s Hometown High Five Is White County’s Megan Rogers

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White Co. High School Cadet SFC Megan Rogers recently received a JROTC award from the United Daughters Of Confederacy.


Clarkrange JROTC student Sabrina Cottle won a medal for her leadership skills.


#HometownHighFive to Smithville 7th grader Breanna Cothern. She recently won Dekalb West Elementary’s top Accelerated Reader Award.


#HometownHighFive to Addison Puckett. She was the winner of the Dekalb Co. Farm Bureau essay contest titled Why Is Agriculture Important.


Cornerstone third grader Lily Slemp was recognized for her citizenship to her teachers and classmates.


Congratulations to Cookeville High’s JROTC Second Lt. Kimberly Hall. She received an award from the United Daughters of the Confederacy for demonstrating academic excellence, leadership, military discipline and exemplary character.


Myka Garrett of Crossville’s Homestead Elementary took top prize in the Crossville Rotary Club’s essay contest.


Congratulations to the winners of the Holland J. Stephens Memorial Exchange Club Golf Tournament in Livingston: Rex Dale, Jack Glasscock, Darrell King & Ben Depolitte.


Cookeville’s Adam Wagner Wins T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League Music City Division Tournament on Percy Priest Lake. Congratulations!


Congrats to Rachel Fuson for her hard work in becoming the Dekalb Co. High School valedictorian.


Susan Webb & Steven Jennings were recently crowned queen & king at the Dekalb Co. High School Prom.


Joanne White of Cookeville was honored with a volunteer award from the Tennessee Association of Museums for her work with the Cookeville History Museum.


Homeschool Junior Viola Davis of Cookeville was one of the students chosen as a delegate to the American Legion Girl’s State at David Lipscomb in Nashville at the end of May.


Algood Middle School girls golf team won district at Lake Tansi yesterday. Team members are Hope Homar, Lexus Jillian, and Lilly Ealey with Hope having the lowest score in the tournament.


Lisa Parker teaches third grade English & Language Arts at Brown Elementary in Cumberland County. She was just named Teacher of the Year for Pre-K – 4th. Congratulations Ms. Parker.


The Clay County Diabetes Coalition received an award for being in the top 10 for physical activity enrollment. Congratulations for helping your community stay healthy!


Kim Herring was named Teacher of the Year for grades 9-12 in Cumberland County.