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Local talent show announces winners

Johnson County held its talent show this past weekend with an array of performers that stole the show and the hearts of their audience.

In the kindergarten through third grade classification, LaRue Mills took first place with the song “Let it go.” Hannah Fletcher took second as she sang and played “He knows my name” on the piano. Emily Snyder received third place as she sang “Do you want to build a snowman?”

In the fourth through sixth grade category, Logan Watson danced to “Smooth Criminal” and he took first place. Vanessa Bertsch came in second as she sang “Rolling in the deep.” Shannon Ferguson received third place as she danced to “All of me.” More...

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Tennessee House and Senate passed a bill requiring students to pass a citizenship test in order toograduate. The measure is headed to Governor Haslam for his signature. Do you believe that students should have to pass a separate test similar to those given to those applying for United States citizenship?

No. This information should already have been taught in history classes as part of the regular curriculum.

This is targeting immigrants and should not be passed. It is discrimination.

Yes. We need to make sure that our youth learn as much about American history as possible.

I don't see where it's a big deal. Just take the test.

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