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The new Agriculture Pavilion is nearing completion and is set to open in just a few months’ time.  If you’ve passed the new building, you may have noticed that only half the roof is … more
Work on the new ER in Jamestown is progressing well.  Laura Dean, public relations for UT, stated that, “demolition is complete and interior construction is well underway.  Like every … more
At the September Board of Education meeting, Director of Schools Kristi Hall presented the school board with a breakdown of how the new state mandated “Tennessee Learning Loss Remediation and … more
Anyone who has driven down the mountain on Glenobey Road has inevitably had to brake hard at one of the tight turns.  A passenger vehicle is hard enough to control on the steep grade and … more
This week is the three-year anniversary of losing my fiancée, Lauren, to alcohol addiction.  She was only 26 when she succumbed to liver failure after a long, painful downward … more
On Labor Day, Pickett Park hosted Old Timers’ Day, a Bluegrass event with a rotating cast of old-time musicians playing lakeside at the park.  On an intermittently rainy Monday, Shelters 1 … more
On Friday night, York cheerleaders led some very excited future Dragonettes in a Friday halftime performance. York had hosted its 7th Annual Cheer Camp over the last few days of August and first … more
The Fentress County School System is happy to announce new school administrators at Allardt Elementary and Pine Haven Elementary. The new principal at Allardt Elementary is Tammy Norman (moving up … more
            An overturned dump truck resulted in a fatality on Saturday, according to a Tennessee Highway Patrol … more
Criminal Court held on August 10, 2022 with Judge Shayne Sexton Kenneth Coy Jones of 3955 Stockton Rd in Jamestown pled guilty to Possession of Schedule III Controlled Substance and Simple … more
It’s that time of year again.  The next-to-last week in August is underway and so is the Fentress County Fair.  Reading through the 2022 edition of the Fair Book is enough to make … more
Donate blood this Friday and receive two pre-season tickets to a Predators game! This Friday, August 19 th , from 12-6pm, First Baptist Church will host the sixth blood drive of 2022.  Last … more
Deer Lodge held its 4th of July parade and festival on Monday, jamming the streets leading into the Morgan County metropolis and attracting people from surrounding counties.  Police cordoned off … more
Highland Manor Winery held its annual Cajun Day on and intermittently-rainy Saturday.  Despite the rain, Cajun Day was a fun way to spend the holiday close to home, without having to spend a … more
After a two-year hiatus, the annual Pall Mall 4th of July Celebration was held on Friday at the Forbus General Store.  The Fentress Courier was at the event, and people came out in droves to … more
The Fentress County Republican Party held its annual Reagan Day Dinner and auction at Clarkrange High School on Saturday.  The event was cast as a celebration of the Supreme Court’s … more
If you were wondering why so many hikers were passing through Fentress County this weekend along 127 from Pall Mall through Jamestown and on through Clarkrange, we were too, so the Fentress Courier … more
Last week, State Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn was the first to have artificially inseminated a cow on York Agricultural Institute’s campus!  A few months ago, York Agricultural … more
Seventy-six years ago, Elmer and Ellen Potter and their son Bill started a grocery store on the Square.  That grocery store evolved into what continues to be a regional hardware and building … more
Fentress County Superintendent of Schools Mike Jones was honored on Friday, May 27 with a retirement celebration at the Jamestown First Baptist Church in Jamestown. Following invocation by Dr. … more
  With Spring comes a myriad of changes. The farm comes alive with floating hair, flowering buds, new sprouts, young leaves, awakening bugs, and worms. Big, little, microscopic, encysted, larval … more
Southern Appalachian Farrier’s Association, SAFA, is the chapter of the American Farrier Association, AFA. The members are dedicated to following the standards set by the AFA as the AFA level … more
  One of the first things I quickly learned as a new horse owner twenty-three years ago involved hoof care. Before learning to ride and before learning to properly feed a horse, I learned how … more
When Chris Riley and Chris Hammock formed Mill Brothers Sawmill “to help people bring their projects to life,” they knew they would be offering portable lumber milling, and they knew they … more
  Troy Norris developed this program for all horse trail riders riding at different levels as it provides a way to track trail mileage for horses and riders. As more people now have access to … more
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