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  • Discovery Park holds 3rd Annual Cardboard Regatta May 29, 2016
    UNION CITY, Tenn — Sailors from around West Tennessee made their way to the discovery park of america this afternoon to take part in a one-of-a-kind race on the water. “We started this 3 years ago and its become a great annual event,” Grounds Director at the Discovery Park of America, John Watkins. “We get a […]
  • Storytelling session keeps “Walking Tall” sheriff’s memory alive May 29, 2016
    ADAMSVILLE, Tenn.– Dozens of people gathered to re-live on of their most beloved sheriff’s lives Saturday afternoon. The 28th annual Sheriff Buford Pusser Festival held its annual storytelling session. Life-long friends shared unique stories about the Sheriff and the importance of keeping his memory alive. “It was cars, bullets, badges, buildings, and guns,” Pusser historian […]
  • 9th Annual Hub City Fitness Quest draws hundreds to competition May 29, 2016
    JACKSON, Tenn.—Bodybuilders of all ages made their way to Jackson this weekend for the 9th Annual Hub City Fitness Quest. Around 200 competitors from ages 17 to 62 competed in different categories all day Saturday. Their special guest, IFFB Wheelchair World Champion Joshua Foster was there as their guest poser. Foster was paralyzed from the […]
  • Pop up showers possible all weekend May 28, 2016
      Weather Update: 5:00 PM Saturday Currently things are quiet across West Tennessee. Really just dealing with some lingering clouds but those will continue to make there way off to the east as we go overnight tonight. Current temps are still in the 70s and it is muggy. Tonight, it’ll be another quiet evening across […]
  • VFW post decorates cemetery for deceased soldiers May 28, 2016
    JACKSON, Tenn.–Dozens of volunteers gather at Ridgecrest cemetery to put 600 flags out for the Memorial Day holiday. For 20 years, Jackson’s VFW Post 6496 has been leaving the flags to fly above the grave sites of soldiers. While some headstones are heavily decorated with patriotic mementos, for others the flags are one of the […]
  • DAR Field of Flags display goes up Saturday May 28, 2016
    JACKSON, Tenn.–Daughters of the American Revolution honor more than 150 soldiers Saturday. At the annual Field of Flags ceremony, located in the park triangle of Downtown Jackson. DAR members said they hope younger generations take advantage of exploring the outdoor exhibit and reading the names on display. “I think when you read the names it […]
  • Company recalls over 3 million sippy cups due to mold risk May 28, 2016
    JACKSON, Tenn. — A baby company has recalled more than three million spill-proof sippy cups due to the risk of mold developing in a one-piece, removable valve. Mayborn USA is recalling about 3.1 million “Tommee Tippee Sippee” cups due to reports of mold developing in the removable white valve that remains wet/moist. Only the cups […]
  • Exit 56 Blues Fest May 28, 2016
    BROWNSVILLE, Tenn. — If you love the blues, arts and crafts and Barbecue, then Brownsville is the place to be Memorial Day Weekend. Exit 56 Blues Fest takes place Saturday, May 28 through Sunday, May 29 with two days of live music, a cruise in, arts and crafts and a championship BBQ eating contest located […]
  • Hooked on Science: Skewer a Balloon May 28, 2016
    INGREDIENTS Skewer Balloon   INSTRUCTIONS STEP 1:  Blow up the balloon, let some of the air out of the balloon, and then tie a knot at the end to hold the air inside the balloon. Describe the balloon by using its observable properties. STEP 2:  Gently twist the skewer into the thick end of the […]
  • Muggy Summer Weather May 28, 2016
    Weather Update Most of the showers that made their way into West Tennessee yesterday have now dissipated. Today will be the highest chance for any rain showers and a few rumbles of thunder for the rest of Memorial Day weekend. CURRENT Currently across West Tennessee everyone is somewhere in the upper 60s or low 70s. […]
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