Legals 11/5/19

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Default having been made in the terms, conditions, and payments provided for in that certain Deed of Trust registered August 25, 2016, of record in Book TD141, Page 15, Register’s Office for Clay County, Tennessee, (hereafter “Deed of Trust”) from or executed by CBBC, LLC (”Borrower”) to James D. White, Jr.,…

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Announcements 11/5/19

L.B.J. & C. Holiday Closures The L.B.J.& C. Development Corporation Head Start Central Office and Head Start Centers will be closed Nov. 11, in observance of Veteran’s Day. L.B.J. & C. Thanksgiving Closures The L.B.J.& C. Development Corporation Head Start Central Office and Head Start Centers will be closed Nov. 28 and 29 in observance…

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Hospital To Open Clinic

Cumberland River Hospital closed in March after years of declining patients being seen and declining reimbursements. Cookeville Regional Medical Center saw no other choice but to close. In August Johnny Presley of Crossville, a healthcare provider, purchased the hospital for $200,000. He stated the clinic at the hospital would open in mid-November and that a…

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Halloween Fun On The Square

Scarecrows, ghosts, astronauts, farm animals, the Flintstones and many others visited downtown Celina Monday night during Celina Trick-Or-Treat on the Square. The event was originally scheduled to happen Friday, Oct. 25, but was rescheduled due to inclement weather. The weather was perfect Monday night and allowed everyone to have an enjoyable time trick-ot-treating. See page…

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Obituaries 11/5/19

Bobby Stone Bobby Stone, 84, of Celina passed away Oct. 23 at his home. Funeral services were held Oct. 26 at the Upton-Hay Funeral Home with John Masters and Joe Hill officiating. Interment followe4d in the Stone Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Paul Masters, Alan Sharp, John Masters, Michael Masters, Austin Hill and Logan Moody. He was…

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Governor Bill Lee Visits Clay County High School

Governor Bill Lee recognized Clay County High School student Cherokee Hope Upton and Health Science instructor Stacie Franklin. Upton completed a CPR training course taught by Ms. Franklin and learned skills that helped her save a life. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Citizen-Statesman on newsstands now, or subscribe…

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City Sets October 31 As Official Halloween

The City of Celina has designated Thursday, Oct. 31 to celebrate Halloween. Mayor Tonya Spears and Chief of Police Terry Scott reminds everyone to use safe and respectful methods while celebrating. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Citizen-Statesman on newsstands now, or subscribe online at citizen-statesman.com.

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Monterey Beats Clay In Overtime

The Clay County Bulldogs were beat by the Monterey Wildcats 9-6 in overtime. With the top two teams in Region 4/1A and two of the top 1A teams in the state, the game was going to be close, and it was, even with the rain early on in the game. With the Wildcats fumbling, Clay…

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Congratulations Lt. Billy Pierce

On Oct. 18, 2019, Lt. Billy Pierce, whose area of responsibility includes Clay Co., graduated from the Southeastern Leadership Academy (SELA) in Chattanooga on the campus of UTC. This five-week school is designed to improve the leadership skills of law enforcement leaders and included 34 officers from 20 agencies. For more on this story, pick…

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Announcements 10/29/19

L.B.J. & C. Head Start Policy Council Meeting The monthly meeting of the L.B.J.& C. Head Start Policy Council has been scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 5, beginning at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held at the L.B.J.& C. Development Corporation.  

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