December


Two Macon County residents are part of the “Tennessee Twenty” which won $420.9 million in the lottery. Amy O’Neal and Steve Huffman, both of Macon County, are a part of the group that is now referring to themselves as the “Tennessee 20” after they claimed their winnings on Wednesday in Nashville.


North Central Security Services holds a telethon to benefit victims of the Smoky Mountain Wildfires. The telethon raised over $31,000 to go to the victims of the fires in the Smokey Mountains. Pictured left to right: Tonia Butler, Carolyn Smith, Doug Haehl, Dolly Parton, Linda McDonald and Ronnie Mowell.


  • Westside students dress like and give presentations on “Famous Tennesseans” such as Minnie Pearl, Dolly Parton, Andrew Johnson, and Johnny Cash.
  • Haley Blankenship, a 2015 graduate of MCHS, with her service dog Tosha, came to visit some students at Lafayette Elementary recently. The students studied a story about a service dog, from the time it was born until it was placed with someone who needed its service.
  • Soloman’s Travelers visit L.B.J. & C.
  • Macon County bands hold a Christmas concert.

Two Macon County residents are part of the “Tennessee Twenty” which won $420.9 million in the lottery. Amy O’Neal and Steve Huffman, both of Macon County, are a part of the group that is now referring to themselves as the “Tennessee 20” after they claimed their winnings on Wednesday in Nashville.
http://maconcountytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_IMG_4942-Copy.jpgTwo Macon County residents are part of the “Tennessee Twenty” which won $420.9 million in the lottery. Amy O’Neal and Steve Huffman, both of Macon County, are a part of the group that is now referring to themselves as the “Tennessee 20” after they claimed their winnings on Wednesday in Nashville.

North Central Security Services holds a telethon to benefit victims of the Smoky Mountain Wildfires. The telethon raised over $31,000 to go to the victims of the fires in the Smokey Mountains. Pictured left to right: Tonia Butler, Carolyn Smith, Doug Haehl, Dolly Parton, Linda McDonald and Ronnie Mowell.
http://maconcountytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_SMRIMG_0094121316.bw_.jpgNorth Central Security Services holds a telethon to benefit victims of the Smoky Mountain Wildfires. The telethon raised over $31,000 to go to the victims of the fires in the Smokey Mountains. Pictured left to right: Tonia Butler, Carolyn Smith, Doug Haehl, Dolly Parton, Linda McDonald and Ronnie Mowell.

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