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LBJ&C Head Start is now taking applications for their Sparta and BonDeCroft locations. Please contact Melony or Phyllis at the Sparta Center for more information on how to apply, (931) 836-2615. more
According to a report from Lt. Dewaine Jennings, of Tennessee Highway Patrol,  Autumn Hodges, of Spencer, was traveling southbound, on State Route 111, toward Spencer, on April 21, 2021. At … more
A fifth-generation White County, Tennessean, and attorney Caroline Sapp has returned to the Upper Cumberland region. Caroline joined Blake Barnes and will be the managing attorney of the firm’s … more
The Friends of White County Animals will be hosting an on-line Facebook auction to raise funds to help continue the pet food bank and emergency vet fund with the objective of helping keep pets in … more
The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) has recognized 10 of the 56 Tennessee State Parks with platinum level status for their performance in environmental sustainability in … more
(April 21, 2021) - Blood Assurance is urging all eligible donors to make an appointment to donate blood as soon as possible to help area patients and hospitals. There is an ongoing massive trauma at … more
 (April 21, 2021) - In an effort to attract and retain correctional officers, the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) will begin offering additional incentives to those … more
(April 16, 2021) -  Department of Finance and Administration Commissioner Butch Eley today announced that Tennessee tax revenues exceeded budgeted estimates in March. Overall March revenues … more
The state of Tennessee has added a new method for people to reach out for help in dealing with the stress they have experienced from working through the COVID-19 pandemic. Tennessee’s … more
The most recent meeting of the Upper Cumberland Regional Airport Board focused the majority of their discussions on the budget for the upcoming fiscal year. “We plan on moving forward with … more
A bill that reportedly reduces the portion of a person’s sentence for first- degree murder has sparked controversy from law enforcement agencies and families of victims, according to recent … more
(April 15, 2021) - In March, Tennessee employers had the most people on their payrolls since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic one year ago. Despite the increase in job creation during the month, … more
The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office has released a report on gifted education in Tennessee. The report provides an overview of how intellectually gifted students are identified, the special … more
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The Tennessee State Library and Archives hosted a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony with dignitaries, elected officials and Library and Archives staff, on Monday, April 12, to celebrate the … more
The Parkinson’s Support group will meet at 10 a.m., May 4, 2021, at Caney Fork Baptist Church, 2404 Highway 70 E., in Cookeville. Masks required, and social distancing will be in … more
 The Stevens Center recently recognized Sparta’s Clean Hearts Christian Ministries and Pregnancy Crisis Center for the support they provided to families during the COVID-19 … more
 After the much-criticized constitutional carry bill passed the Tennessee House earlier this month, Gov. Bill Lee signed the bill into law, on April 8. The bill, which will go into effect on … more
On April 7, White County closed a portion of Highway 135, also known as Burgess Falls Road, because of a portion of the pavement deteriorating and collapsing. According to County Executive Denny … more
As Tennesseans remember those affected by the Easter tornadoes that touched down across eight Southeast Tennessee counties one year ago this week (April 12-13, 2020), the Tennessee Department of … more
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