Nik Lewis, right, is placed in the JHS Hall of Fame during Homecoming pregame ceremonies. Lewis attended Southern Arkansas University and set several records in the Canadian Football League. Photo/Brian Smith
Libby Gunn is the JHS Junior Princess. She is the daughter of Johnny and Alecia Dickerson and Derek Gunn. Photo/Brian Smith
School was a big part of a child’s life 50 years ago which led to fond memories of all the high school graduates.
Concerned Citizens has received several donations in the last four months. Donating to the general fund were ALL Seasons Air Plus, Gary and Melissa Nebgen, EDF Renewables, Prosperity Bank, Arneta Pursley, Neoma Gwaltney, Boyce and Joyce Hart, James and Marlene Hughes, Gail and Mike Bialas, Jeannie and Minor Matthews, Bob Peterson, Kara and David Crombie, Crombie Properties, Bill and Judy Stamper, Oncor Electric Delivery Company, Ed Henry Stewart Foundation, Johnnie Jackson, Philip and Barbara Fleming, Tracey and Jerry Graybill, Angie Leach, Kelly and Kate Mower, Mary Kay Hackley, Lisa and Rolando Castilleja, Brad Campsey, Tom and Elaine Carpenter, Joe Paul and Shauna Nichols, Jack County Farm Bureau, and Jean Henderson.
Jason Swan gets the honor of a lifetime in being able to crown his daughter Kennedy homecoming queen during Jacksboro’s Homecoming. It was a funfilled day and week of activities. A special section of all the fun and memories will be able to be found in next week’s paper. Photo/Brian Smith