Bledsoe County students and industry seek to benefit from a proposed campus of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Crossville (TCAT) to be built in the next three-plus years if things go according to plan. And, Bledsoe County emergency services and emergency management will have a renovated facility at the old Bledsoe County Health Department, commissioners discussed at their January 18 meeting.
A presentation to the Bledsoe County Commission by TCAT Crossville President Cliff Wightman showed what could be possible for the county. Wightman spoke of the already positive relationship he has fostered with Bledsoe County Career and Technical Education (CTE) Principal Steve Reel and Director of Schools Selina Sparkman.
For more see the January 27 issue of The Bledsonian Banner.