The Andrews High School Marching Wildcats were part of a large contingent of school bands playing at the Outback Bowl in Tampa, Fla., on Jan. 2. Photo by Chanda Bias/Contributing Photographer
Shaun Lecoq of Marble, Victor Glosser of Murphy, and Anna Ingram of Murphy
T.J. Major will soon get his name on a locker as the newest officer for the Andrews Police Department. Photo by Ben Katz
Andrews’ Tiffany Holloway (right) tries to corral a steal as she and Kenzie Gunter (14) head downcourt for a potential basket Tuesday night at Nantahala. Photo by Kevin Hensley
Aly Jordan performs at Jimmy’s Pick N Grin in Andrews during New Year’s Eve festivities. Photo by Ben Katz
Devin Maund, 17, flies through the air after jumping off the diving board on June 17, 2015, at the Andrews Pool.

News Stories

The Andrews High School Marching Wildcats were part of a large contingent of school bands playing at the Outback Bowl in Tampa, Fla., on Jan. 2. Photo by Chanda Bias/Contributing Photographer

   Like the biblical story of David and Goliath, the 20-member Andrews High School Band stood up against giant schools during the jazz and marching band competitions at the Outback Bowl on New Year

Shaun Lecoq of Marble, Victor Glosser of Murphy, and Anna Ingram of Murphy

   Andrews patrol Officer Megan Selby noticed a moped riding around in the middle of the night with no license plate.

T.J. Major will soon get his name on a locker as the newest officer for the Andrews Police Department. Photo by Ben Katz

    Andrews, there’s a new police officer in town.

Sports

Andrews’ Tiffany Holloway (right) tries to corral a steal as she and Kenzie Gunter (14) head downcourt for a potential basket Tuesday night at Nantahala. Photo by Kevin Hensley

    It is a rivalry that has endured the test of time: Andrews and Nantahala.

Andrews freshman Abby Hedden (11) draws a foul while trying to drive to the basket Tuesday night against Swain. Photo by Kevin Hensley

    It was a scenario the Andrews High School Wildcats already have seen far too often this season.

Andrews’ Tiffany Holloway shoots over Franklin’s Heidi Shope during Tuesday night’s game. Photo by Kevin Hensley

   A college coach attended the Panther Christmas Classic in Franklin on Tuesday night to get a look at a few prospects, including Andrews center Tiffany Holloway.

Obituaries

    Jennie Smedlund, 74, of Marble, passed away Saturday, July 30, 2016, in a Murphy hospital.

    Mr. Roy Arlen McClure, 73, of Andrews, died Friday, July 29, 2016, at his residence.

   Betty Ann Grant, 81, of Chattanooga, Tenn., died Thursday, July 28, 2016, at her residence.