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Animal Alliance South Cumberland will hold its spring yard sale on Saturday, May 25, at the old Grundy County High School in Tracy City beginning at 8:00 a.m. All proceeds from the sale will benefit their low-cost spay/neuter program. Please call 931-235-9006, if you have items to donate for the sale. AASC wants to invite local residents to come by this large yard sale and pick up a deal. The
The Tracy City Fire Department will present “Fire On The Field” Saturday, May 18 at the old Grundy County High School on the football field with proceeds to help purchase much needed equipment. The event will begin at 10:00 a.m. (CST) with a car show with classic vehicles, trucks, motorcycles, fire engines, etc). There will be a corn hole tournament at noon and an IWF Wrestling Show at 2:30 p.m.
Kenneth King and Mike and Stanley Yarworth attended a George Jones concert in Haywood Wisconsin in 2007. King framed this poster from the event containing the autograph he received from Jones. The three had accompanied singer Kerri Hobbs who had opened for the legendary George Jones. As most of you know, Jones passed away last Friday at the age of 81.
Animal Alliance South Cumberland (AASC) celebrated a milestone during their April 16 transport. A 45 pound Pit Bull Terrier named Felony was the 2,000th pet “fixed” as a result of this all-volunteer organization’s on-going effort to reduce the number of unwanted and abandoned dogs and cats on the South Cumberland Plateau. AASC provides affordable and accessible spays and neuters for companion pets and stray animals. Felony’s family took her in
If you did not receive your High School Diploma due to entry into the Armed Forces of the United States, you may now be awarded a High School Diploma by your local High School by the Tennessee State Law, Specifically Statute: Tenn. Code Ann. 49- 2- 119. This law allows for the awarding of High School Diplomas, to these honorable men and women, who stepped forward to serve their county in
What would $1.5 million do for a town like Tracy City, Tennessee? We will soon have an answer to this question. For the last several months, individuals have been working tirelessly to come up with a solution to a problem. The city has grants it has been awarded totaling around $1.2 million. With a $300,000 match on behalf of the city, Tracy City could see a life-altering amount of money
Metal theft—the crime that endangers lives and can result in thousands of dollars in damages ultimately paid for by you—continues to plague electric utilities all over America. Copper wire is appealing to thieves who look to sell it for scrap. Burglars often climb power poles, scale fences, and break into buildings to steal the precious metal—almost always endangering themselves and others in the process. Between 2001 and 2008, the price
The Election Commission is required by state and federal law to have a Voter Address Confirmation system in place. All states have been under this directive for the past thirteen years. This is known as the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) and its purpose is to help counties maintain active voter registration information and keep office records current. Nearly 2,000 Grundy County Voters were sent Address Verification notices from the
Dunlap native Jeff Harmon will be the featured speaker at this year’s annual Community Partnership Conference sponsored by Sequatchie Valley Head Start. Harmon began his education at Head Start, riding the bus to school with his older sisters. He now spends his days battling for the rights of the poor in southeastern Tennessee. Harmon’s appearance will highlight a day focused on more than 20 workshops on early childhood education, family