Posted by Andy Southard | September 7, 2018 6:15 am
The White County High School golfers took part in the Keith Maxwell High School Invitational Golf Tournament at the McMinnville Country Club, on Tuesday.
The Warriorettes would finish the tournament with another top-three finish. The Warriors would finish the tournament in second place, with a 176. Makenzie Morton led the Warriorettes and finished in second place in the tournament with an 80. Morgan Quick added a 96 for the team score. Ansley Phifer also played shooting a 97.
The Warriors finished the tournament with a seventh place finish, with a team score of 356. They were only one stroke back of sixth place finisher Maryville.
Jarrett Glass led … Read More
Posted by Andy Southard | September 7, 2018 6:13 am
Allen Shoupe looks for running room. Shoupe led the Warriors in rushing, on Friday night, with 72 yards.
After opening Region 5-5A play last week, at Summit High School, the White County High School football team will be on the road again this week when they travel to take on one of their archrivals.
The Warriors and Cavaliers are set for another one of the many battles in the history of the two programs.
While this is not a region contest, it has a lot more bragging rights that go to the victor.
The WCHS Warriors and the Cookeville Cavaliers are among the state’s oldest rivalries. While the teams may not have been called the Warriors and the Cavaliers and the school may not have been … Read More
Posted by Andy Southard | September 7, 2018 6:11 am
Malaki Dowell rushes the ball, on Tuesday night. Dowell scored five touchdowns to lead the Warriors to a 40-14 win.
The White County Middle School Warrior football team picked up its second win of the season, on Tuesday night, when they played host to the Tullahoma Wildcats.
Tullahoma opened up the game with the ball. The Warriors’ defense opened up the game strong and held the Wildcats to a turnover on downs and took over the ball around midfield.
On third down, the Warriors’ Malaki Dowell would find some running room and go 57 yards, with 5:10 remaining in the first quarter. Dowell would also run in the two-point conversion to make the score 8-0.
After the Warriors’ defense forced another turnover on downs, Dowell found the end … Read More
Posted by Kim Swindell Wood | September 7, 2018 6:08 am
MR TINY TOT. Fourth runner-up, Lincoln Dwane High; third runner-up, Owen Miller Elam; second runner-up, James Wyatt Clark; first runner-up, Lucas Holman; winner, Asher Rhett Templeton
BABY GIRL. Fourth runner-up, Raylee Renee Morgan; third runner-up, Ella Victoria Edmonds; second runner-up, Lorelei Kyle Goff; first runner-up, Charlotte Reagan Huddleston; winner, Aria Marie Winton
BABY BOY. Fourth runner-up, Jonah Douglas Humphrey; third runner-up, Kyrinn Arie Jagnandan; second runner-up, Ralston Tames Trivette; first runner-up, Tanner Lyle Selby; winner, Logan Cash Teeples
Posted by Kim Swindell Wood | September 7, 2018 6:07 am
MISS TODDLER. Fourth runner-up, Elyza Mae Trivette; third runner-up, Kendelyn Lee Leftwich; second runner-up, Allivah Lynn Johnson; first runner-up, Mallory Quinn Poss; winner, Coraline Rose England
MISS TINY TOT. Fourth runner-up, Marcie Ella Mae Troglen; third runner-up, Chloe Mariana Knight; second runner-up, Riley Reese Hawkins; first runner-up, Emma Marie Brady; winner, Keely Marie Crider
Posted by Kim Swindell Wood | September 7, 2018 6:06 am
LITTLE MISS. Fourth runner-up, Aspen Reese Templeton; third runner-up, Maricarmen Irene King; second runner-up, Aspen Capri Clark; first runner-up, Raylee Jean Thomas; winner, Louella Irene Weston
LITTLE PRINCESS. Fourth runner-up, Ansley Shay Daniels; third runner-up, Haston Adeline Morgan; second runner-up, Lyla Shay Ryan; first runner-up, Kayleigh LeAnn Humphrey; winner, Jaylyn Garside
Posted by Kim Swindell Wood | September 7, 2018 6:05 am
FAIREST LITTLE MISS. Miss Congeniality, Ellise Degroat; fourth runner-up, Madlyn Savage; third runner-up, Anniston Swallows; second runner-up, Addyson Clark; first runner-up, Lily Brock; winner, Shelby Elam
FAIREST JUNIOR MISS. Miss Congeniality, Jayla Stoglin; fourth runner-up, Jayla Stoglin; third runner-up, Addy Kress; second runner-up, Ella Young; first runner-up, Lillie Duvall; winner, Gracelyn Clark
Posted by Kim Swindell Wood | September 7, 2018 6:05 am
FAIREST OF THE FAIR. Miss Congeniality, Sierra Maggart; fourth runner-up, Sierra Maggart; third runner-up, Jordana Gilley; second runner-up, Hailie Young; first runner-up, Gretchen Young; winner, Daniele Dildine
FAIR PRINCESS. Miss Congeniality, Emily Luna; fourth runner-up, Madeline Pryor; third runner-up, Emily Luna; second runner-up, Savannah Kelley; first runner-up, Anna Ervin; winner Hannah-Kate Sims
Posted by Kim Swindell Wood | September 7, 2018 6:01 am
Posted by Kim Swindell Wood | September 7, 2018 5:51 am
The Susan G. Komen Central Tennessee Affiliate has been active in the Upper Cumberland for 10 years partnering with community supporters to end breast cancer. Komen’s Race for the Cure is a key fundraiser for our Komen Central TN Affiliate which leaves up to 75 percent of all monies in the region the Race for the Cure is held. The remaining 25 percent of these monies go to fuel the research to find better treatments and cure breast cancer.
The Breast Cancer Survivor of the Year is Karla Hill. Karla was diagnosed and treated for Stage 1 Breast Cancer. She is now a cancer free survivor. She works … Read More
Posted by Kim Swindell Wood | September 7, 2018 5:40 am
Posted by Sparta Live | September 6, 2018 8:14 am
Language of Liberty – By By Brian Balfour
If I wanted to keep poor people poor, there are several government policies I would favor. Let’s count them down.
1: An Expanding Welfare State
For starters, I would advocate for a robust and ever-expanding welfare state—programs like Medicaid, food stamps, unemployment insurance, etc.
I would recognize that an effective recipe for keeping poor people poor is to create incentives that push them into decisions that prevent them from climbing out of poverty.
Rather than help individuals, the perverse economic incentives created by the “social safety net” trap aid recipients on welfare.
Case in point: A 2012 study by Pennsylvania’s … Read More
Posted by Sparta Live | September 6, 2018 8:10 am
Grayson and Anderson worked so hard, I just had to reward them…besides, they are so stinking cute. But, honestly, it was the hard work that I rewarded – not their cuteness.
Sammie and I, plus Whitney’s dad, had helped load the second rental truck – thereby becoming accomplices to their move to Nashville. Those of us left behind weren’t too crazy about the move, but, just the same, we had helped. After loading up, Sammie and I accompanied Stephen, Whitney, and the boys to their new home in suburban Mount Juliet.
As we began to unload the truck, Grayson and Anderson pitched in like Trojans. They had helped, … Read More
Posted by Rima Austin | September 6, 2018 8:09 am
Stories like the one from Dickson County in which a father was arrested for allegedly killing his 5-year-old autistic son are the subject of nightmares for parents who have children with special needs.
It is because of this story and others like it that Lisa Eller, who has a non-verbal autistic son, thought there should be more awareness brought to autism.
Eller stated her history of working with special needs children and adults aided her in recognizing the signs that her son could have autism at a young age. She stated he was already in therapy before he got an official diagnosis, and she knew he needed speech … Read More