TDMHSAS Expands Program To Uninsured Tenn. Children

The Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS) and its community mental health provider partners are excited to expand the state’s Behavioral Health Safety Net to uninsured children. The program offers an array of essential mental health services for uninsured Tennessee children age three to 17. Services are available for family incomes…

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Eco-Panels Of Tennessee Hosts Grand Opening

The former Oshkosh building in Hermitage Springs is no longer empty, and once again there are people inside the building producing products, helping customers and getting paid for their labors. Eco-Panels of Tennessee is now occupying that space on Hwy 52 and is producing Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs). SIPs are pre-made wall units used in…

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Union Hill Distillery Opens

Nestled in the hills and stream of the Upper Cumberland Plateau is a little community called Union Hill. It is said the water in the streams flow at 100 proof. The area has a rich History and tradition of making moonshine as a matter of survival. Irish settlers settled in these hills back in the…

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Students To Receive Free Meals

From September to December, all students will receive free school lunches and breakfasts due to an extension of the school nutrition programs by the USDA.  The move allows schools to offer meals to all children at no charge this fall to minimize the challenges of meal service during a pandemic. All Clay County students already…

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Obituaries 9/15/20

Willard Cherry Willard Cherry, 85, of Hendersonville, formerly of Union Hill, passed away Aug. 31 at his residence. Funeral services were held Sept. 4 at the Upton-Hay Funeral Home with Les Chapman officiating. Interment followed in the Union Hill Cemetery. Active pallbearers were Lance Cherry, Matthew Cherry, Chris Graves, Adam Bernheardt, Jamie Irwin and Jim…

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Obituaries 9/8/20

Mary Elizabeth Drummond Mary Elizabeth Drummond, 81, of Tipton, Ind., passed away Aug. 21 at the Miller’s Merry Manor in Tipton, Ind. She was born Feb. 5, 1939. She was a homemaker, enjoyed life and especially loved time she spent with her brothers and sisters. She was preceded in death by parents, R.A. and Ruby…

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Obituaries 9/1/20

Thomas J. Mabry Thomas J. Mabry, 92 of Gainesboro, formerly of Clay County, passed away Aug. 18 at his residence. Graveside services were held Aug. 22 at the Mabry Cemetery with Kenny Westmoreland officiating. Active Pallbearers were Ricky Mabry, Christopher Olson, Cail Olson, Frankie Mabry, Mark Mabry, Dale Mabry, Kenny Mabry and Alex Combs. Honorary…

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TDMHSAS Expands Program To Uninsured Tenn. Children

The Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS) and its community mental health provider partners are excited to expand the state’s Behavioral Health Safety Net to uninsured children. The program offers an array of essential mental health services for uninsured Tennessee children age three to 17. Services are available for family incomes…

Read More
Eco-Panels Of Tennessee Hosts Grand Opening

The former Oshkosh building in Hermitage Springs is no longer empty, and once again there are people inside the building producing products, helping customers and getting paid for their labors. Eco-Panels of Tennessee is now occupying that space on Hwy 52 and is producing Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs). SIPs are pre-made wall units used in…

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Union Hill Distillery Opens

Nestled in the hills and stream of the Upper Cumberland Plateau is a little community called Union Hill. It is said the water in the streams flow at 100 proof. The area has a rich History and tradition of making moonshine as a matter of survival. Irish settlers settled in these hills back in the…

Read More
Students To Receive Free Meals

From September to December, all students will receive free school lunches and breakfasts due to an extension of the school nutrition programs by the USDA.  The move allows schools to offer meals to all children at no charge this fall to minimize the challenges of meal service during a pandemic. All Clay County students already…

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District Attorneys Warn Against Fentanyl

The Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference is launching its newest statewide awareness effort: “Fentanyl: The Deadliest High.” District Attorney General Bryant C. Dunaway, along with district attorneys across the state, will be focused on educating Tennesseans on the extreme dangers of fentanyl, the most prevalent synthetic opioid in the United States. Fentanyl-related overdoses have increased…

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Man Charged With Rape Of Child

On Aug. 31, a 10-year-old female child made a disclosure to Child Protective Services (DCS) that she had been sexually abused by an adult male. Criminal Investigators with the District Attorney General’s Office, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office and Child Protective Services (DCS) responded immediately and began to investigate the disclosure. The investigation progressed, which…

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