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The Fairview Recreation Association’s 2022 Baseball and Softball Season keeps rolling on with several teams practicing to compete in their respective State Tournaments. Here some more details on upcoming games you don’t want to miss.

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Fairview High School’s Jackson Arnold recently signed to play college basketball with Tusculum University Division II Mens Basketball Program.

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Fairview High School Yellow Jacket athletics will be well represented at the 8th Annual WILLCO Awards, coming up June 21.

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When a Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officer stops an erratic boater to see if he is under the influence of drugs or alcohol, he’s not doing it for harassment.

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The Fairview Knights 2013 Softball Team competed in the National Softball Association (NSA) Mt. Juliet Tornado Classic Fastpitch Softball Tournament on June 4-5 where they proved their skill set and team work by going undefeated against six competitve teams.

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Bill Newsome was fishing in the Caney Fork River for stripers one night last week when he hooked a prehistoric monster.

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As if winning the Region Doubles Championship wasn’t enough, Carter Terry and Sam Frank set their sights on the TSSAA State Tennis Doubles Tournament held last week.

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The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department’s (WCPR) outdoor pools and splash parks are open and ready to cool you off this summer. They include two outdoor splash parks and four outdoor pools at recreation centers across Williamson County, making WCPR a great destination for summe…

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Fairview Middle School was super excited on Saturday to issue a “State Champ Alert” after the Lady Falcons Relay Team took first place in the Girls 4x400 Meter Relay at the 2022 TMSAA Track & Field State Championships.

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Excel Aquatics manages summer league swim teams at the request of the Williamson County Parks and Recreation. Fairview swimmers can join the Fairview Sharks Swim Team and compete in the summer season which runs late May through the end of June.

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The Fairview High School Track and Field athletes made a strong showing at their last meet May 12 which was the sectional meet and serves as the state qualifier meet.

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The Fairview High School Yellow Jackets secured the District 12 Boys Soccer Tournament Championship after defeating Sycamore High School with a final score of 2-1.

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The Fairview High Boys’ Tennis Team are the Division 1 Class A District and Region Champions. Team members are Mason Haston, Ian Lowry, Sam Frank, Carter Terry and Jordan Schlinsog

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Fairview High School is generating some strong contenders on the tennis court. After success in District Tournament play, several players advanced to Regionals where Carter Terry and Sam Frank won the Region Doubles Championship! The dynamic duo will now advance to the TSSAA State Tournament.

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Bobby Wilson, popular Executive Director of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, will retire on Sept. 1, concluding a diverse Agency career that began in 1979.

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The Fairview Middle School Boys’ Soccer Team ended their season as the Tri-County Conference Tournament Champs. The Falcons won the championship defeating Burns Middle 1 – 0 in a thriller on May 4 at Dickson County High school.

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Eighth Grade team members of the Fairview Middle School Falcon Baseball Team were recognized on FMS Eighth Grade Night. Hosted on April 20, the event took place on the Fairview High School baseball field with a host of proud parents, family, friends and coaches in attendance.

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Hardin County recently became the 14th Tennessee county with a confirmed case of Chronic Wasting Disease, the highly contagious and always fatal deer disease.

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A wind-power company whose windmills have killed over 100 bald and golden eagles, faces as much as $35 million in fines, restitution and other penalties, according to a report in Field & Stream magazine.

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The MLF Foundation, which connects America’s youth to their natural resources and promotes education, conservation and an active lifestyle, will host two events in the Nashville, Tennessee area for students of all ages and their families.

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The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s 2022-23 Fishing Guide is available for free at most outdoors outlets.

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Red, white and blue may be patriotic colors, but don’t fly them when turkey hunting. You might be mistaken for a gobbler by a trigger-happy hunter.

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The Fourth Annual Fairview High Alumni Football Game is coming up this Saturday night, April 9 at The Nest, and Fairview High School Head Football Coach Chris Hughes said, “Fairview’s 2022 Alumni Game roster is loaded with stars!”