Stephanie Amador, The Tennessean

Stephanie Amador

The Tennessean

Fishers, IN, United States

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Past articles by Stephanie:

Gallery: Portraits of Sol De Mexico, Nashville's Baile Folklorico group

Portrait series of the Sol De Mexico and their story. → Read More

Malaki Dowell and White County vs. Mt. Juliet football in pictures

Malaki Dowell, the leading rusher in Tennessee, travels to Mt. Juliet where White County plays in a Region 5-5A contest. → Read More

TSSAA Division II basketball state championships, Day 1 in pictures

Here are the top TSSAA basketball state tournament pictures from Day 1 of the Division II championships in Cookeville. → Read More

ComeUnity Cafe celebrates their 7th anniversary of serving the community

ComeUnity Cafe celebrates their 7th anniversary of serving the community → Read More

Artists spread holiday cheer on downtown business windows

Christmas and the holiday season is typically a time most try to be festive and joyful because of the smiles and hope represented by the holiday and the birth of Jesus Christ. → Read More

Meet Macklin, united with his adopted family and his birth brother

Matt and Marie tell their story and give an update on how they brought home Macklin with the help of the community. → Read More

Lillian Heinrich, 'a ray of sunshine' on and off the field as a cheerleader

Lillian Heinrich is a cheerleader for the Lexington High football team. She brings a cheerful spirit and love for life to everything she does → Read More

Teaching to an empty classroom, but connecting with her students: Crum is first-year teacher, new Cyber teacher

In her first year of teaching, Jamie Crum had to learn to teach, engage and connect with students virtually although they're not in her classroom. → Read More

Plane crashes on US 412, pilot walks away uninjured

When first responders first arrived on the scene, they saw the plane had attempted to make an emergency landing due to possible engine failure. → Read More

J-town Coffee brings 'great coffee to the people' of Jackson

David Sutherland brings a team together to bring quality coffee to the people and show their appreciation to teachers. → Read More

Zach Adams denied appeal in Holly Bobo case, likely to the spend the rest of his life in jail

Appeal hearing happened in Savannah today. → Read More

Humboldt Plaza 3 showing classic movies, adapting to CDC guidelines

Local Movie Theatre showing classic movies while adapting to CDC guidelines → Read More

Jackson artists highlight Southwest Tennessee culture in new downtown mural

Sarah and Jonathan Cagle have been painting a new mural on the Southwest Tennessee Development District building for almost two weeks. → Read More

Why is there red sand in the cracks of the sidewalk in Jackson?

Red Sand has been spread around the cracks of Jackson, representing the vulnerable communities in Jackson. → Read More

UT Botanical Garden in Jackson sees less visitors, more plant life this season

Jason Reeves and his team work together in their research to continue planting varieties of plants in their Botanical Garden in Jackson. → Read More

Blues singer Denise LaSalle gets headstone at final resting place

Denise LaSalle, the Queen of the Blues, received her headstone on what would have been her 80th birthday in Jackson. → Read More

What to expect when eating at Pyro's Pizza in Jackson

Pyro's Fire Fresh Pizza is in Jackson and it's made with fresh ingredients and customers have endless options on how to make it. → Read More

Independent bookseller wants to build bridges in downtown Jackson

Lauren Smothers opens her independently own bookstore in Jackson. Her books share a varitey of genres from biography, cookbooks and social topics. → Read More

The little drummer boy who plays for God

Adrian Perkins Jr. is the 6-year-old lead drummer for his family's church in Brownsville, Tennessee. → Read More

Jackson-Madison County Library reopens with safety precautions

The JMC library reopens its doors, takes extra steps to care for staff and public's health during the novel coronavirus → Read More