Sunday, July 12, 2020

Executive Profiles

The ‘preferred’ way: Business Cumberland sees growth in niche field (sponsored content)

All it took was one trip. One trip and Irene Blackburn fell in love with Tennessee. Hard. So much so that she and her...

⊕Potter’s Ace CEO has competitive spirit

JAMESTOWN – Potter’s Ace Hardware started off with humble enough roots. Roots being the key word; the store, founded in 1946, first sold groceries. But...

Doc brings youthful experience to seasoned practice

COOKEVILLE – When Dr. Seth Means joined the team at Premier Diagnostic Imaging in July, he instantly became the youngest radiologist on staff. But...

Director named for UC Tennessee Reconnect

COOKEVILLE – The Highlands Economic Partnership (HEP) has named Putnam County resident Cindy Taylor director of the Upper Cumberland Tennessee Reconnect Community (UC TRC),...

Keeping the Jamboree strumming along

SMITHVILLE – The music. It’s what Jack Barton – and most, to be sure – love about the Smithville Fiddlers’ Jamboree and Crafts Festival....

‘Boutique’ owner brings style to Jamestown

JAMESTOWN – Allison Barta always had an interest in fashion, clothing and design – but it wasn’t until she moved to Fentress County that...