Author: Conley Grayson Norris

Local restaurants open on Thanksgiving

JACKSON, Tenn. -- Two days until Thanksgiving, and the hunt for turkey and dressing is on. But doesn't it sound so much easier to just skip the giant grocery list all together? If your Thanksgiving plans failed or haven't been…

Feline Pets of the Week: Pancho and Lefty

This week's feline Pets of the Week are Pancho and Lefty! Pancho and Lefty are a charming pair of male cats that are 3-years-old. They're a bonded pair of…

Pet of the Week Canine: Jugs

This week's Pet of the Week Canine from Jackson Animal Care Center is Jugs! Jugs is a male, 12-week-old Terrier Mix. He is a sweet bouncy and outgoing young man, who is…

50th USJ Holiday Mart welcomes shoppers over weekend

JACKSON, Tenn. -- We're getting closer and closer to the holiday season, and many have begun their Christmas shopping. The 50th annual University School of Jackson Holiday Mart kicked off Friday morning, and opened its doors to the public.…

Tyson Foods hosts giveaway to bring in new employees

DYER COUNTY, Tenn. -- Tyson Foods is giving away food with hopes of new employees in return. Wednesday morning, Tyson distributed 38,000 pounds of food, totaling more than 2,900 cases of different Tyson Foods proteins to support families in Newbern. The donation event was open…

Pet of the Week: Hank

This week's Pet of the Week from Saving the Animals Together is Hank. Hank is a very sweet and loving boy. He is around 4-years-old and weighs about 90 lbs. Hank…

Governor makes stop as Dresden High in Weakley County

WEAKLEY COUNTY, Tenn. -- Gov. Bill Lee made a special visit to Dresden High School Friday morning. Upon arrival, he was greeted by the arts program. "We walked into the school to a performance by a band. That was…

Bells Elementary students hold parade for veterans

BELLS, Tenn. -- Rain or shine, one elementary school wanted to celebrate veterans in a special way. At 9 a.m. Thursday morning, Bells Elementary School students left their classrooms and gathered their posters…

Jackson Fire Department seeks new recruits

JACKSON, Tenn. -- The Jackson Fire Department wants you to join their team. The department is experiencing a staffing shortage due to many retirements. Like many employers nationwide, they too are struggling to…