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Schools Returning To Free, Reduced Meals

By REBECCA HAZEN News Editor Parents of Dade County School students will have to fill out applications for their students to qualify for free and reduced lunches for the next school year. For the last two years, both breakfast and lunch have been free for all students, thanks to USDA waivers provided during the pandemic.…

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Recruitment Center Under Consideration

By REBECCA HAZEN News Editor The Industrial Development Authority discussed at length the ongoing workforce problem, jobs that companies haven’t been able to fill, at the Monday, July 21 meeting. Mike Pfunder, President of Trenton Pressing, attended the meeting and spoke in favor of having an employment recruitment center based in Trenton. A potential employment…

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Principals Give School Year Summary Addresses

By REBECCA HAZEN News Editor Dade County School principals presented end of school year summaries during the Board of Education meeting on Monday, June 28. “My true heroes are really the faculty and staff. I have asked them to do the unimaginable. I have asked them to come in early every single day, eat in…

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Wolverines Dominate Lookout Valley Team

The Dade County High School Wolverine soccer team hosted Lookout Valley High School last week and seized their opportunity to tickle the twine. The Wolverines found the back of the net ten times within the first 20 minutes, pinning back a young Lookout Valley side and running up the tally. Danny Darby opened the scoring…

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Non–Profit Helps Battle Addiction With Faith

By REBECCA HAZEN News Editor Adult & Teen Challenge Mid-South, located in Chattanooga, is a non-profit recovery center that provides adults ages 18-50 with a faith-based avenue for overcoming drugs and alcohol-related addiction. Adult & Teen Challenge serves a 50–mile radius, which includes Dade County. “We have been here for 43 years,” David McNabb, President…

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