Trojans outpace Greenwaves

The Meade County High School Greenwave Basketball Team was back on their home court on Feb 11, in a game against the North Hardin Trojans. Meade, who is coming off wins from their last two games, was looking to keep their streak alive. However, when the game finally got underway, North came out doing just…

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Blood drive in memory of Chris Hulsey

Laura Barr, of Brandenburg, donates at a blood drive in memory of Chris Hulsey on Feb. 11 at the VFW Post 11404 in Brandenburg. A total of 62 units of blood were collected that day. Tammy Ritchie from The Red Cross said she believed it was a huge success. Read it here!

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National Dental Health Month

February is National Children’s Dental Month. It’s a great time to discuss the importance of oral hygiene for both young and old. Though your enamel is the hardest part of your body — even harder than your bones — it’s not invincible. One of the absolute worst things for your teeth is sugar, and one…

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Fort Knox chosen as the new home for V Corps

On Feb. 11, the Army announced they had reached a decision as to which of the 31 original bases under consideration would become home to the senior-level command that will be activated and headquartered by this fall. In the end, it was Fort Knox that won out over the other two finalist, Fort Benning in…

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State Proves too much for Greenwave Wrestlers

The Meade County High School Greenwave Wrestling team has had an awesome 2019-2020 season. They tore up the wrestling mats all around the area, making them a force to be reckoned with when it came to Regionals. The team constantly set goals all year: Win Regions, qualify as many as possible to compete at State,…

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SPMS Ladywaves serve up another win

On Feb. 13, the Stuart Pepper Middle School Ladywaves Volleyball team hosted North Hardin Christian to their home court. Stuart Pepper lost their first game of the season on Monday Feb 10 and were looking to put that behind them and get back to their winning ways. In their first set, Stuart Pepper was able…

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 A heaping spoon full of political pettiness

At the February Fiscal Court meeting, one of the items on the agenda was a change to the Personal Policy and Procedure Manual involving advertising for employment opportunities in departments under the Meade County Fiscal Court’s umbrella. “Be advised, advertising online on the county website, and any other sites, as deemed as necessary. Change it…

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MCHS Swimmers Head to State Swim Meet

When it comes to high school swimming it doesn’t matter whether your school has 100 students or 5000 students, if you are dedicated enough, good enough, and fast enough, you’re given an opportunity to swim against everyone else at the state championships. For the Meade County High School Swim Team this is not an easy…

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Millay honored by Retired Teachers Association

The Meade County Retired Teachers Association represented by Tommy Garretson presents Dr. John Millay with a certificate of appreciation and gift card in honor of service to the Meade County School District ahead of his retirement on Feb. 29.    Read it here!

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Up Coming Events

Tailgating For A Cure – March 7, 6:30pm, Doe Valley Swim and Tennis Club and tickets are $30 per person. For ticket information please contact 270-547-8373 Fundraiser Dance -Feb. 22 from 8 p.m. to midnight, The Meade-Breck Center. The cost is $10 per person and is open to the public. Chili Supper for Mink Family – March 7, 4 p.m.,  Flaherty…

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