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Cookeville’s first public dog park is taking shape and could be ready to open by this summer at Cane Creek Park. Cookeville Leisure Services Director Rick Woods said construction is underway … more
Five Tennessee State Parks restaurants will serve delicious Easter meals Sunday, and visitors are invited to participate in various events over the Easter weekend at state parks across the … more
(March 25, 2021) - A Smithville, Tennessee man is charged with TennCare fraud and theft of services.  The Office of Inspector General (OIG) today announced that 34-year old Grant Lynch is … more
During the most recent Sparta Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting, decisions were made to gather more information on a couple of agenda items before the board was comfortable making any final … more
Gov. Bill Lee has designated March 31 as Mack S. Prichard Day, honoring Tennessee’s first state naturalist and state archeologist. Prichard, who died last year at 81, built a career of state … more
  (March 25, 2021) - Tennessee Tech will hold the official grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony of the Marc. L Burnett Student Recreation & Fitness Center on Friday, April 9, at 2 … more
Tennessee’s unemployment rate for February 2021 has reached near pre-pandemic levels, according to data released by the Department of Labor and Workforce Development. February’s … more
The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) is sharing important consumer information about filing insurance claims, hiring contractors for home repairs, home safety and avoiding scams … more
Tennessee specialty license plates sales help pet owners have access to low-cost spay and neutering services. Funds from the Animal Friendly - Spay and Neuter Saves Lives license plates go to Animal … more
Most of Tennessee’s 95 counties started 2021 with lower unemployment numbers, according to data released by the Department of Labor and Workforce Development. Seventy-eight counties began … more
At the persistent requests of his constituents, State Representative Paul Sherrell is sponsoring a bill that aims to bring power and a voice back to the general public in regard to school district … more
A new service for White County veterans has just been added to the American Legion Building and will provide a way for veterans to receive medical care and consults without having to make the … more
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released two new studies today, detailing the volume and nature of crime on school campuses and crime identified as having a domestic violence nexus. Both … more
 (March 16, 2021) – WoodmenLife is sponsoring its fifth “America Is…” Video Contest, which aims to foster patriotism in elementary school students and show pride in … more
  (March 16, 2021) - As spring approaches and the days begin to warm, the threat of strong spring storms is very real across Tennessee. March marks the beginning of spring storm and tornado … more
 Recently, pictures that have long-stood in the hallways of White County High School have been removed, and some members of the community became concerned that the school’s history was … more
While the White County Public Library is officially located on North Church Street, it sits high on a hill overlooking Bockman Way, but the hill has been a source of problems concerning trees and … more
  An investigation into possible animal cruelty, led by the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division, assisted by the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, … more
For the past few months, Upper Cumberland Regional Airport Board has been discussing how to solve the problem of having courtesy and rental cars for the pilots and guests who land on their runways, … more
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