Wrestling up donations for new sport

A new sport may be coming to Bledsoe County if Michael Campbell and Isaac Youngblood have their say. Wrestling, that’s right, throwing down on the mats, could be an option for the youth of Bledsoe County later this year, as the two men seek to start the youth league. For more, see the February 15…

Brown signs with Bryan College

With aspirations to become a college biology professor and coach basketball in the future, Bledsoe County High School senior Whitney Brown plans to reach those goals by signing with Bryan College. She will be playing for the Lady Lions basketball team while working on her bachelor and master degrees there. For more, see the February…

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    Plainview FWB to hold Fall Revival services

    5:00 pm
    Sep-25-16-Sep-28-16
    275 Plainview Church Road, Pikeville, TN, United States

    Please join Plainview Free Will Baptist Church for four nights of Bible messages and Gospel singing, September 25-28. Sunday night’s services are at 5:00 p.m. with Bro. Wayne Sullivan speaking. All other services are at 7:00 p.m. with Bro. Rudy Oakes on Monday, Bro. Tracy Curtis on Tuesday, and Bro. Sam Davis on Wednesday bringing the messages. The church is located at 275 Plainview Church Road, just off SR30 near Fall Creek Falls State Park. For info call 423-881-5374 or 931-267-2704.

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    Rev. Bartley to lead Revival at Mt. Crest UMC

    6:00 pm
    Sep-25-16-Sep-27-16
    Mt. Crest United Methodist Church

    Mt. Crest United Methodist Church is holding revival services, September 25-27 at 6:00 p.m., with Rev. Greg Bartley. Everyone is invited to attend.