Real estate, CRMC among top stories of first half of 2021

By Michelle Price
Special to the UCBJ

UPPER CUMBERLAND – Here are the 20 most-viewed posts on the UCBJ through the first half of 2021.

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The shift right is evidenced by these maps showing voting trends from 2012 to 2020.

20. As nation shifts left, UC sees massive shift to the right – Jan. 20, 2021.

19.   Raise to $15 per hour minimum wage would have local effects – Feb. 24, 2021.

18.  UCBJ Lists: Putnam County’s top residential transactions in January 2021 – Feb. 4, 2021.

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Although 3800 Clouse Dr. sold in December 2020, the deed wasn’t recorded until February making it the most expensive house sold to this point in 2021. 

17.  UCBJ Lists: Putnam County’s top residential transactions in February 2021 – March 30, 2021.

16. Putnam County to pursue private sale of fairgrounds – March 16, 2021.

15. Local employers struggle to find workers – May 7, 2021.

14. UCBJ Lists: Putnam County’s top residential transactions in March 2021 – April 23, 2021.

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Years of work and planning were realized Monday with the groundbreaking for the new Food City retail development at 10th Street and Old Kentucky Road.

13. Teamwork pays off with new 10th Street development – March 24

12. Commercial real estate’s biggest transactions of 2020 – Jan. 12

11. Korth issues statement on hiring of Shelton – Feb. 12

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The most expensive real estate purchase in April 2021 was 3578 Rolling Hills Rd which sold for $1,250,000.

10. UCBJ Lists: Putnam County’s top residential transactions in April 2021 – May 26

9. Statement from Shelton regarding CRMC and council vote – Feb. 12

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8. CRMC immediate future in Council’s hands – June 9, 2021.

7. Cookeville calls special session on CRMC hiring of Mayor – Feb. 5, 2021.

6. Putnam vs. Davidson: COVID facts – March 17, 2021.

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John Ross Albertson, Putnam County Parks and Rec., Michelle Huddleston, TTU Food Pantry, Katelyn Steakley, Cookeville Strong, are coordinating the free grocery give away at the Putnam County Fairgrounds.

5. Weekly grocery giveaway set for fairgrounds – Feb. 8, 2021.

4. Appearance discrimination: Is it illegal? – Jan. 9, 2021.

3. Cookeville to get fourth Starbucks – March 23, 2021.

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2. Texas Roadhouse sets opening date – March 24, 2021

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  1. Landmark Cookeville hotel demolished for new Hilton Home2 Suites – Jan 29, 2021.

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