Thursday, January 20, 2022

Williams appointed to fill vacant District 5 commission seat

COOKEVILLE – Tuesday night, former commissioner Bobby Williams was chosen from a...

Survey: 43% of Americans plan to start a business in 2022, one-third are first time entrepreneurs

SEATTLE, Wa. – Digital.com, a leading independent review website for small business online tools, products...

CRMC announces revised vaccine compliance dates

COOKEVILLE - On Nov. 4, 2021, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)...

Averitt honors 12 Cookeville-area associates for 40 or more years of service

COOKEVILLE – Averitt Express recently honored 12 Cookeville-area associates for 40 or more years...

Seven vie for District 5 commission seat

PUTNAM COUNTY – Tuesday night, Putnam County Commissioners will choose between...

Commercial flights one step closer for UC

WHITE COUNTY – Does driving just 10 minutes south of Cookeville...

PCSSTN School Board meeting rescheduled

PUTNAM COUNTY – The Putnam County School Board meeting that was postponed from last...

PUBLIC NOTICE -WORK SESSION DATE CHANGE

COOKEVILLE - Notice is hereby given to the citizens of Cookeville, Tennessee, and to...

Residential real estate biggest transactions of 2021

COOKEVILLE - The sales prices of residential real estate reached...

YEAR IN REVIEW: Top Social Buzz of 2021

COOKEVILLE – Looking back, social media from FaceBook to Twitter was abuzz...

YEAR IN REVIEW: Most Popular Stories of 2021

UPPER CUMBERLAND – As we ramp up a new year, we...

Cookeville closes City Hall, offices due to weather

COOKEVILLE – The city of Cookeville has announced that City Hall and all city...

UCBJ Lists: Putnam County’s top residential transactions in December 2021

PUTNAM COUNTY – While building permits were at record levels for...

New laws impact business owners, professionals

NASHVILLE - Several new Tennessee laws affecting businesses and professionals went...

U.C. Home & Garden Show set for March 4 & 5

COOKEVILLE – The perennial Spring event, the Upper Cumberland Home & Garden Show...

Cookeville council meeting cancelled

COOKEVILLE – The Cookeville City Council meeting for Thursday, Jan. 6 and the council...

Crawdaddy’s, a locally owned Cookeville restaurant, reopens Dec. 28

COOKEVILLE – Just over one year after an early morning fire...

Flatrock development designed to be premier destination

773-acre site in Cumberland County will become a major resort complex

Ledbetter retires after 42 years on bench

COOKEVILLE – Cookeville City Judge David Ledbetter has retired after serving...

Fall graduate experiences Tennessee Tech as a parent, employee, student and now graduate

COOKEVILLE - When Barbara Fenlon graduated this Saturday, Dec. 17, she had experienced Tennessee...

Tennessee Tech’s new Lab Science Commons brings opportunities for students, faculty to connect

COOKEVILLE - Students at Tennessee Tech University got to break in some of the...

Averitt names Blakely COO, promotes Mason to VP of Operations

COOKEVILLE – Averitt Express recently named Barry Blakely executive vice president and chief operating...

Beacon Releases 16th Edition of the Pork Report

NASHVILLE - The Beacon Center has released its "recipe book" themed Tennessee Pork Report, revealing...

Tennessee Tech Art, Craft & Design Professors inspire students with their own art

COOKEVILLE - Kimberly Winkle, Director of the School of Art, Craft & Design, said...

Prescott South Middle School’s Bulldog Baristas serve coffee to school

  PUTNAM COUNTY - Every Friday from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.,...

Tennessee named Best Dealmaking State of the Year

RED BANK, NJ – Tennessee has been named a State of...

Cookeville Electric workers aid disaster relief efforts

COOKEVILLE – On Sunday, two crews from Cookeville Electric Department (CED) deployed...

CHS Cosmetology Program gives haircuts to elementary students

PUTNAM COUNTY – A new tradition may be in the works as Cookeville High...

Increased vigilance key to local holiday safety

COOKEVILLE – As reports of a “heightened threat environment” are seen...

Hudson to retire as judge

COOKEVILLE – Today, John Hudson issued a statement announcing his retirement in August 2022...