Area News

Ptl. Way promoted to sergeant

by Danny Wade One of Humboldt’s finest has a new title. Humboldt Police Department’s Patrolman Derek Way was promoted to sergeant last week. During last week’s Humboldt Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting, Mayor Marvin Sikes submitted to the board a recommendation from Police Chief Reynard Buchanan to promote Way to sergeant. Chief Buchanan addressed…

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Non-profit organizations benefit from spare change

by Danny Wade Everyone has heard of the phrase “pay it forward”, which is helping someone out if you have the means to do so. One Humboldt business is paying it forward but with a twist. The Coffee Shop in Downtown Humboldt has their own version they call “Tip it Forward”. Owners Guy and Tammy…

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Park speed limit set, speed bumps on the way

Three Way mayor, alderman to be sworn in prior to January 5 meeting Three Way officials are moving forward to keep traffic at the city park moving at a safe speed. During the December meeting of the Three Way Board of Mayor and Aldermen, the board approved two measures to assure visitors to Pine Hill…

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Special Called Meeting to be held on Tax Increase

Special Called Meeting to be held on Tax Increase By Logan Watson The Milan Special School District’s Board of Education will hold a special called meeting on Tuesday, December 11, to approve a tax increase for renovations for MSSD facilities. While there are renovation needs at Milan Elementary and Milan Middle, the discussion that will…

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FBI conducts forensic investigation of Cayce McDaniel’s home

FBI conducts forensic investigation of McDaniel home By Logan Watson The Federal Bureau of Investigation conducted a full forensic sweep of the childhood home of Cayce McDaniel earlier today. Members of an Evidence Response Team processed the entire house, located at 8021 N. First Street in Milan, using forensic technology that was not readily available…

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Bradford wins Good Sports School Challenge

When the first plastic cup was tossed into a recycling container in 1993, a Tennessee tradition was born. The Good Sports program recently celebrated 25 years at the University of Tennessee (UT) with the recognition of 10 Tennessee schools doing their part to make their communities a better place to live. This year’s Good Sports…

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