Addison 11U team state champs

The Addison 11U Dizzy Dean baseball team won the state championship June 25. Front row, l-r: Shelton Alexander, Jed Wilkins, Dathan Cleghorn, Cole Thompson, Jaxson Williams, Braiden Moser, Kiah Lake, Stone Talley, Landen Livingston, Tucker Thompson and Trennon Burns. Back row, l-r: Coaches Chad Williams, Keith Thompson, head coach; Damon Cleghorn and Dallas Thompson. (Courtesy photo)

ADDISON - They came together approximately five years ago to play America’s pastime. Now they are state champions.

Addison expands Fourth festivities

"American Idol” and “The Voice” alumna Shelbie Z will headline a day's worth of music in Addison July 4.
ADDISON - The festival celebrating Independence Day in the Town of Addison continues to expand, to the point the festival this year has been moved to Alexander Park where a full slate of activities await the public on Thursday, July 4.

Former Addison Police Chief killed in accident

Donald Baker

ADDISON - Retired Addison Police Chief Donald Baker was killed Monday afternoon, June 3, in a motorcycle accident in the vicinity of Dunlap, Tennessee.  Baker's body was returned to Nichols Funeral Home in Addison Monday afternoon in a large convoy comprised by law enforcement officers from across Winston County and the surrounding area. 

For funeral arrangements, see the Obituary page.

Smith's Walk-off picture perfect ending in Addison victory over Southeastern

ADDISON - It came down to the wire on Saturday, April 20, with the Addison Bulldogs baseball team took victory on a dramatic walk-off single in the late innings that sealed their victory over Southeastern. The game was tied at one, with AHS batting in the bottom of the eighth when Kendrick Smith singled on a 0-1 count, scoring a run.

Addison Bulldogs eliminate Meek 13-1 in Winston County Baseball Tournament

LYNN - The Addison Bulldogs baseball team easily did away with Meek 13-1 on Monday, April 15.
The Bulldogs got things started in the first inning. AHS scored two runs when Jake Wilson singled.
Addison notched five runs in the second inning. Hayden Lee, Wilson, Ty Tuggle, and Colten Tyree all moved runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning.
Lee led the Bulldogs to victory on the mound. He allowed six hits and one run over five innings, striking out four.