Posted by Andy Southard | November 30, 2018 7:22 pm
Warriorettes pick up their seventh win of the season with a 65-39 win over Red Bank High School. The Warriorettes were led by Gracie Dodgen who finished with 32 points. The Warriorettes will return to action on Tuesday when they travel to Tullahoma to take on the Lady Wildcats at 6 pm.
Posted by Andy Southard | November 30, 2018 6:57 pm
Gracie Dodgen helped the Warriorettes extend their lead over Red Bank scoring 15 points in just the third quarter to help the Warriorettes lead the Lady Lions 57-35 after three.
Posted by Andy Southard | November 30, 2018 6:41 pm
The Warriorettes outscore the Red Bank Lady Lions 19-7 in the second quarter and lead at the half 32-23. Gracie Dodgen leads the Warriorettes with 11 points in the first half.
Posted by Andy Southard | November 30, 2018 6:21 pm
the Warriorettes trail the Red Bank Lady Lions 16-14 at the end of the first quarter.
Posted by Rima Austin | November 29, 2018 1:30 pm
A mother and child were rushed to St. Thomas Highlands Hospital Thursday afternoon as a result of a wreck involving three cars on Smithville Highway. Three adults and one child were involved in the collision with only the mother and child having non-life threatening injuries. The two other adults involved walked away with minor cuts and bruises. Two of the vehicles were severely damaged while one was barely scathed.
Posted by Andy Southard | November 29, 2018 1:28 pm
Actions shots of Warriors and Warriorettes
Posted by Andy Southard | November 29, 2018 11:26 am
Kanden Reeves goes up for a layup against Signal Mountain, on Tuesday night. Reeves had 11 points total in the two games to open up the week.
The Warriorette basketball team improved to 6-0, picking up a pair of wins at the beginning of the week.
On Monday night, the Warriorettes led 34-15 against Bledsoe County at the half. The Warriorettes had to hold on late but picked up a 59-45 win.
On Tuesday night, the Warriorettes and the Signal Mountain Lady Eagles were only separated by five points at the half, with the Warriorettes leading 23-18 heading into the locker room. After the half, the Warriorettes came … Read More
Posted by Andy Southard | November 29, 2018 9:20 am
Masyn Winningham takes a three in Tuesday night’s win against Signal Mountain. Winningham led the Warriors with 22 points in the win.
The Warrior basketball team hit the road two nights in a row to open up the week and came home both nights with wins. The Warriors, who are now 5-1 on the season, picked up wins over both Bledsoe County and Signal Mountain on Monday and Tuesday nights.
On Monday night, the Warriors used a big night from sophomore Grant Slatten, who finished with 32 points, to take down Bledsoe County by a final score of 68-53.
On Tuesday night, the Warriors had their worst shooting … Read More
Posted by Kim Swindell Wood | November 29, 2018 9:08 am
The Snack Pack, which is sponsored by Bon Air Market, owners Mike and Patti Crawford, has been making donations to White County elementary schools countywide for 23 months and has donated over $3,000 to date. Customers make donations at the store, which, in turn, are given to the schools. Money is collected for a designated school each month.
Doyle Elementary was presented with $238.20 donated by the Snack Program. L-R: Brenda Knox , retiring principal at Doyle; Melea Johnson, incoming principal Patti Crawford, Madlyn Savage, and Amber Lynn Simmons.
Cassville Elementary was presented with $175.19 donated by the Snack program. Front row: Carolynn Stinson, Jaylea Walters Aleigha Newman,
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Posted by Sparta Live | November 29, 2018 9:04 am
Playl’s Ponderings – By Steve Playl
On Thanksgiving Day, as well as the days pre- and post-holiday, I reflected on “what I am thankful for” lists. I came up with a three-point outline. Each of the categories contains much material for meditation. Each was too expansive to mention, as everyone at the table listed something for which we were thankful on Thanksgiving Day.
The categories are simple. What I am most thankful for are: the Creator, His creatures, and all of His creation. That just about covers it! Allow me to elaborate.
God is great. God is good. He is worthy of our praise, and I am so … Read More
Posted by Kim Swindell Wood | November 29, 2018 9:03 am
Cabin at Roan Mountain
Tennessee State Parks are offering discounts of 25 percent off cabin and room rental rates Dec. 1, 2018-Feb. 28, 2019.
“We are entering a special time of the year to be with loved ones, and we hope these discounts will help everyone enjoy our state parks,” said Brock Hill, deputy commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation. “Our state parks have a lot to offer visitors year-round, and these discounts can help make for a great winter getaway.”
The discounts create a perfect opportunity, for example, to stay lakeside at Pickwick Landing, see eagles at Reelfoot Lake or enjoy a warm fire … Read More
Posted by Kim Swindell Wood | November 29, 2018 8:59 am
Sharon Langford, president of the Friends of White County Animals, awarded Essentials Salon and Day Spa with the Friends of White County Animals’ Pawsitive Award. This award is given to businesses or individuals that promote and support animal welfare causes. Essentials Salon and Day Spa has been a sponsor of the FWCA Wine n Wags for the past two years. They have given optimum placement at their own annual Earth Day event each year; they continue to host pet food drives for the pet food bank, which go to aid many families who are recipients of the Meals on Wheels Program, food commodities distribution programs, and etc.; and … Read More
Posted by Sparta Live | November 29, 2018 8:58 am
Language of Liberty – By Lawrence W. Reed
The first casualty on the slippery slope to tyranny is the truth.
During the recent hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, I was struck by how many times I heard people admiringly proclaim, “She spoke her truth.” Referring to the accusers, New Jersey Senator Cory Booker repeatedly insisted, “Her truth needs to be heard.”
Not the truth, but her truth. And if never the twain shall meet, we should give priority to whichever truth is amplified by the adjective “her.”
This is the rather cynical notion that there really isn’t such a thing as truth for … Read More
Posted by Rima Austin | November 29, 2018 8:55 am
David John Eisenmenger is the new pastor at First Presbyterian Church, in Sparta.
The congregation of First Presbyterian Church, in Sparta, would like to extend a welcome to their new pastor, David John Eisenmenger.
Eisenmenger comes to Sparta by way of New Jersey and Pennsylvania and on to Cookeville where he presently works and resides. Eisenmenger works as a lead and senior counselor at Youth Villages specialized crisis services and is a licensed clinical social worker at his private practice, in Putnam County.
Eisenmenger’s educational background has been a combination of theological studies and social work. He has a Master of Divinity degree from Yale Divinity School, in … Read More