Community News

  • Big South Fork announces temporary closure of Darrow Ridge Multi-Use Trail

  • Piney

        Good morning all. I hope all had a good weekend. It was cool but nice. I went to church Sunday morning but I couldn’t go Sunday evening. I had problems, ha. Pat preached real good Sunday morning. The singing was real good too. A family from Deer Lodge came to visit. Pat was real glad to see them. I hope they will come again.
        Jeffery, Cheryl and boys went to visit Jay, Sissie and MaKayla in Spring City on Sunday evening.

  • Clear Creek

        Visiting with me on Saturday the 16th were David and Doris Pass of Wartburg. They were on their way to Cookeville Hospital to see Doris’s sister Arlene who had surgery. Libbie was here cooking me some supper and got to visit with them. Nadine had been here earlier but had already gone home.
        Visiting a few days with Faye last week were her nieces, Joan and Lois from Arkansas.
        Dwayne was visiting with me on Tuesday evening.

  • Pine Orchard

        Sunday School and church attendance were up Sunday. We are thankful. Glad to have George Powell Jr. (Penny) of Ohio and friend Barbara Motmey of Harriman, Bro. Danny’s parents and sister of Knoxville in church. Also other visitors I didn’t get a chance to greet. We had an appreciation get-together at the gym after the evening services. Lots of good fellowship and finger foods.
        Robert Lawson and wife of Texas have been spending time here at their (2nd) home. Glad to have Robert in church recently.

  • Chestnut Ridge

        Rev. Roger and Linda Selby are now home from a trip to Pine, Arkansas where they attended the Landers Family Reunion at the home of Roger Landers.
        Visiting with Marie Watson during the week were niece, Stella Botoler and husband Walter from Louisiana.
        Dorsie Brown from LaSalle, Michigan visited with his cousins Lowell Adkins and Smokey Branstetter and families the past week.

  • TENNder Care offered at County Health Department

        TENNderCare is Tennessee’s commitment to see that children and teens have the best start for a healthy life. TENNderCare is a program of free check ups and health services for children from birth up to age 21 who have TennCare coverage.
        A TENNderCare checkup includes a health history, physical exam, and screenings for vision, hearing and dental problems, lab tests if needed and an assessment of developmental and behavioral health.

  • Coalfield

    Reminder: The 5th Sunday night singing will be held at the Coalfield Seventh-day Adventist church on October 31, 2010, at 6 p.m. All the community churches join together in a worship service full of music and refreshments afterward. Please join us. Everyone is welcome.

  • Exodus to perform this Saturday

    High Places Community Church, located in the Grove Theater, 123 Randolph Rd. Oak Ridge, will present a free concert with 1980’s Christian Rock Group EXODUS. October 30th at 7 p.m. Special guest will be Torches Together. Pastor Martin Fisher invites all to attend this free Halloween alternative. Pictured from left to right are: John Huges of Oak Ridge, Dennis Williard of Morgan County, David Williams of Oak Ridge, (in back on drums) Tim Fisher of Oak Ridge and Clark Walker of Oak Ridge. For more information on Exodus go to www.myspace.com/exodustrax

  • UT’s Mobile Mammography to provide screenings in Petros Dec. 4th

        UT Medical Center’s Mobile Mammography will be providing screenings at Black Diamond Masonic Hall, 116 North, Petros on Saturday, Dec. 4th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
        Criteria for Screening Mammogram is: Age 40+ (unless insurance covers cost for under age 40); No current breast problems (such as lump, pain, nipple discharge, burning); no personal history of breast cancer; no breast implants; and at least one year since your last screening mammogram.

  • Benefit beauty pageant for Becky Manis to be held Saturday, November 13th at CMS

        A benefit beauty pageant will be held Saturday, Nov. 13, 2010 at the Wartburg Central Middle School with all proceeds going towards medical expenses for Becky Manis.
        Registration fee is $25. For pre-registration it is only $20.
        You do not need a pageant dress! The attire is casual wear. Your child can wear any cute outfit! All children will be judged on personality, facial beauty and fit of clothes. To pre-register contact Cindy Terry at 423-215-6801.