Community News

  • Wartburg Library makes hours more convenient to public

        The board members of the Wartburg Public Library have decided to make the library hours more community friendly. The Wartburg Public Library hours have been changed to: Monday thru Friday 12 – 5:30 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
        New hours on Saturday have been added for convenience to those employed throughout the week.

  • Regional Library Board to meet Tuesday, Aug. 24th

        The Clinch-Powell Regional Library Board will meet on Tuesday, August 24th at 5:30 p.m. at the Clinton Shoney’s (I-75, exit 122). An optional dinner is at 5:00 p.m.
        The Clinch-Powell Regional Library is a library for libraries which serves Anderson, Campbell, Claiborne, Morgan, Scott and Union counties’ public libraries, book stations, Head Start Centers, day cares and eldercare facilities.
        For more information, please call 865-457-0931.

  • 725 acre Rugby State Natural Area to be dedicated Friday, August 27th

        Tennessee Commissioner of Environment and Conservation Jim Fyke will preside at the public dedication of the new, 725-acre Rugby State Natural Area Friday, August 27, at 11 a.m. EDT at Historic Rugby. The public is invited.            The Commissioner, other special guests and Historic Rugby representatives will also open the first trail in the natural area - the 1.2 mile Massengale Homeplace Loop Trail and outdoor exhibits.  

  • CASA of the Ninth Judicial District receives grant award

  • Lancing Heritage Festival set for Sept. 4th

        Make your plan now to join your family and friends at the annual Lancing Heritage Festival to be held on the square in downtown Lancing on Sept. 4, 2010.  Festival activities include the Lancing School Reunion,  Lancing Heritage Quilt Show,  a music stage, Mountain Shadow Cruisers Classic Car Cruise-In, storytelling, assistance with your genealogy quest, and the list is growing.

  • Pine Orchard

        Sunday School and church attendance were up Sunday and I’m so glad. Guess everyone had their last fling before school started Monday. Now it’s back to those A-B-C’s.
        The Sr. Citizen “Classic’s” went to see “Tennessee USA” at the Cumberland County Playhouse Friday then to Ryan’s for supper. (18) made the trip and I believe everyone enjoyed it.

  • Piney

        Good morning all.
        I hope all had a good weekend even if it was hot. I went to church both times. Pat preached real good as he always does. The singing was very good too. Cathy did a special. Also, Angie did a special. The choir was great.
        Sunday night we were blessed with Danny Redmon and his singers from White Oak Church and Miss Emma Lou playing for them. They were very good. We enjoyed them a lot. I hope they will come again.

  • Chestnut Ridge

        Relatives and friends are invited to the 42nd Annual Branstetter Family Reunion Sunday, Sept. 5th to be held this year at the Chestnut Ridge Vol. Fire Dept., Nashville Hwy. Bring a picnic lunch and spend the day with loved ones.
        France Durham from Monterey spent Tuesday night with John and Gail Hammond and Mayvone Adkins.
        Sympathy to Carol, Tom, Jeff and families in the loss of their mother Emogene Marshall Wednesday night in Harriman.

  • Coalfield

        Everyone, Mark your calendar, Pastor James Foster of the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church will be preaching at the Calvary Baptist Church in Oak Ridge, on August 24th at 7 p.m. He invites all to come and support him.

  • Garcia chosen 2010 Fairest of the Fair

        The Morgan County Fair is underway at the fairgrounds located just North of Wartburg on Highway 27.