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Flooding forces bridge closing in Parsons; 4-foot high flood waters near Savannah - May 28, 2008

By NICHOLAS BEADLE May 27, 2008 Flash flooding washed away part of a small bridge on Bible Hill Road in Parsons early this morning, forcing local officials to shut it down and reroute ...

Margaret Kerr of Savannah, Poet Laureate, died May 22 at age 90. - May 23, 2008

Read a story in The Jackson Sun on May 24 about Margaret Harrison Kerr's love for life and influence on her children, daughters Pat Kerr Tigrett and Jana Pettey of Memphis and Jim Kerr of Savannah, as well as ...

Hardin residents rebuild homes, lives - May 18, 2008

"Now we're getting a brand new house." SAVANNAH, Tenn. - The skeleton of Sonya Tacker's dream house rises out of the bristling grass and mustard-colored flowers. via The Tennessean

Conservation money to close Tennessee budget gap - May 18, 2008

"And I think he's callous to expect us to go out of here without knowing what the heck we're voting on." Lawmakers plan to divert land conservation money to help close a $15 million budget shortfall after rejecting a plan to end a tax exemption for family-owned businesses. via WMC TV

Cheerleaders selected for 2008 Titans squad - May 16, 2008

"I tried out last year and didn't make it, so this year we were so excited" Cheerleaders selected for 2008 Titans squad By Chris Holmes Titans Online NASHVILLE, TN, May 14, 2008 - ' The 2008 Tennessee Titans' cheerleading auditions came to a close on Tuesday in front of a packed house ... via The Professional Cheerleader Blog

Missing couple's parents want answers - May 11, 2008

"The unknown is what's so tragic for the family and everyone else" Police and the parents of a young Hardin County couple continue to look for answers almost two years after they disappeared. via

McNairy County teen drowned over the weekend near Crump - May 9, 2008

"He was about 50 feet from the shore" An 18-year-old McNairy County man drowned Sunday in the Tennessee River near Crump, said Savannah Fire Chief Melvin Martin. via The Jackson Sun

Police investigating accident on Tuesday morning in Hardin County - May 7, 2008

"We don't know what prompted that." A 40-year-old Savannah man was killed Tuesday morning after he walked out in front of a Hardin County special-needs school bus, said Savannah Police Chief Donald Derr. via
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