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Community News

  • Volunteers needed to help Morgan County disaster victims

        The American Red Cross helps families in Morgan County that have been victims of disaster. Assistance provided includes making sure that each family affected has shelter, food, clothing, personal items and any necessary medications.  

  • Coalfield

        The past week many of our churches had their VBS programs. We await some feedback. Munro Nix gave us some great stories which were told at the Middle Creek Church VBS. Little ones share stories from their own unique perspective; I love their interpretation. Look on Pam Bozeman’s Facebook for photos. Our community is extremely thankful for the hardwork that the members put into this affair to make it a success. I know that all of the children look forward to this all school year.

  • Find the right Father’s Day gift

        Father’s Day is an annual celebration of fathers and the contributions they make to their families. Dads get their due on Father’s Day, when sons, daughters and wives typically give dad a few gifts to show their appreciation for all he has done for them and how much he means to them.

  • The amazing month of June

        With so many exciting month-long events, temperate weather for people who live in areas of the world where summer is about to begin and special occasions like Father’s Day and school graduations, June is a popular month.
        June is the sixth month of the year according to the Gregorian calendar, which much of the world relies on, but it wasn’t always that way. According to the early Roman calendar, June was the fourth month and only had 29 days. The number of days was increased to 30 when Caesar reformed the calendar.

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  • Life Care thanks participants in National Skilled Nursing Care Week

        Life Care Center of Morgan County wishes to express sincere thanks to all who participate in making National Skilled Nursing Care Week such a success for the residents during the week. It’s so rewarding to see the smiles and warmth this week brings to the residents’ faces during the fun filled week long even.
        Life Care always welcomes community involvement at the facility. For more information, call Becky Davis Activities Director at 423-346-6691.

  • Hunt participates in flag placing for Veterans
  • Morgan County Farm Bureau talks issues with Congressman Chuck Fleischmann

        Morgan County Farm Bureau leaders recently joined with other county Farm Bureau members from all corners of the 3rd Congressional District to show appreciation to Congressman Chuck Fleischmann for his dedicated service to the 3rd district of Tennessee and to the agricultural community, listen to an update from Washington and share concerns and issues with him from the agricultural perspective.

  • Head Start taking applications

        Morgan County Head Start is now taking child enrollment applications for 3-5 year olds for the school year 2019-20. Head Start provides a high-quality learning environment and developmentally appropriate activities. Breakfast, lunch and school bus transportation is also provided. Enrollment applications are also being taken for the Early Head Start program. An application may be picked up Morgan County Head Start Office, located at 105 Longview Dr. in Wartburg, behind the Subway restaurant. For more information, contact Nancy Aytes at 423-346-6633.