The overall No. 1 seed Freed-Hardeman University saw its unbeaten season and hopes for a first national championship come to a dramatic end Saturday, as the Lady Lions fell to No. 3 Campbellsville 73-70, in the quarterfinals ...
The University of Tennessee at Martin WestStar Leadership Program will host the 19th-annual African American Leadership Conference from 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m., April 18, at the STAR Center, located at 1119 Old Humboldt Road in Jackson.
Since September 2016, the Chester County school system, along with many volunteers, has been working to repurpose the house and property just west of the high school campus at 275 Jacks Creek Street, behind Jack's Restaurant.
Henderson First United Methodist Church will host their annual Holy Week services the week of April 10. Each service will being at noon and will feature a guest speaker from one of the local congregations.
A beautiful smile can make your day, rain or shine. She made mine and others including, students, teachers, principals, superintendents, cooks, janitors and staff. A quote which describes her well is, "Smile and the world will smile with you."
It is Monday as I am writing this, and the weatherman says 81 degrees for the high today. But later in the week it is a little cold again. What a winter we have had! But it is spring now, so hopefully it will begin to level out.
After trailing 2-0 to start both games of the double header Monday, the Freed-Hardeman University Lady Lion softball team regrouped and found their bats late in each game to sweep Central Baptist College with a 3-2 victory in the opening game followed by a 3-2 win in the nightcap.
Freed-Hardeman University women's basketball head coach Dale Neal is the 2017 United States Marine Corps/WBCA National NAIA Coach of the Year, the Women's Basketball Coaches Association announced Tuesday.
Despite taking a comfortable 7-1 lead following two innings of play Sunday, the Freed-Hardeman Lion baseball team could not hold on, as a late charge by Lindenwood-Belleville would send the Lions home with a 12-9 loss.
When asked how he was able to maintain a positive outlook and mindset, a gospel preacher, whose body was wracked with muscular dystrophy to a debilitating degree, answered that it never reached his heart.