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Here are some of the stories Times Record News brought you last year:
- Sportswriter Cory Hogue gave a first-hand account of what happened when a fight broke out during a Hirschi-Graham High School football game.
Moreover:A first-hand account of the Hirschi-Graham melee
- Times Record News senior reporter Trish Choate provided expert coverage of the unrest last year at the Clay County Sheriff’s Office.
Moreover:UPDATED: Sheriff Lyde requests arrest warrant for top Clay County official
- In August, all eyes and ears were on the new United Supermarket moving into the former Cash Saver location on Kemp Boulevard. When the nearby Eskimo Hut closed, many wondered if the property would be part of the new location. Times Record News reporter Lynn Walker detailed all the comings and goings of the situation.
Moreover:Supermarkets United: it’s not ours
- During the fall season, Times Record News sports editor Jonathan Hull, sports photographer Naomi Skinner and sports writer Cory Hogue provided expert coverage of local high school sports, including their predictions on which teams would turn out to be winners that week . During week 2 of September, Hull also offered a bonus release of his first five Tom Cruise movies.
Moreover:WEEK 2 PREDICTION: Picking Winners for Hirschi-Brock, Rider-Decatur, WFHS-Hereford & More
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