BCMS Homecoming/8th Grade Night

Bledsoe County Middle School is honoring its 8th grade players, water girls and cheerleaders, plus crowning the 2018 BCMS Homecoming Queen on Thursday evening, September 20. The night’s festivities start at 5:00 p.m.

Chief Roaring Eagle looking for new perch

Bledsoe County High School senior football players look forward to the challenge of winning their game Friday night against the Sequatchie County Indians. The winner gets the bragging rights to the challenge trophy sponsored by First Farmers and Commercial Bank in Pikeville and Mountain Valley Bank in Dunlap. Senior players are (kneeling, left to right)…

Pendergrass banned from school properties

After nearly 4 hours of testimony/discussion School Board reaches decision School Board member Vince Pendergrass has been banned from all school property for the remainder of the school year due to an altercation during a middle school football game between him and coaching staff. The Board made the decision late Monday evening after a four-hour…

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    Oct-03-18

    The Pikeville-Bledsoe County Chamber of Commerce invites all Bledsoe County businesses to participate in the Fall Festival Scarecrow Contest. All entries need to be taken to the Pikeville Farmers Market by Wednesday, October 3 for judging. The winning business will be awarded with a Fall Festival trophy and the Chamber will feature the winner in The Bledsonian-Banner. Please include the business name and phone number on the back of your scarecrow entry. Call Jeania Lansing at (423) 883-1529 with any questions. Be sure to visit the festival the first weekend in October in downtown Pikeville. BS35

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    Oct-05-18

    The Pikeville-Bledsoe County Chamber of Commerce invites you to compete in the second annual Fall Festival Golf Tournament being held Friday, October 5 at Fall Creek Falls State Park. Shotgun start is 8:00 a.m.  for this four-person scramble. You could win $10,000 for a hole in one, sponsored by Matt Massengille with Farm Bureau. Prizes for closest to the pin, longest drive, and longest putt. There are two flights with first, second and third place awards given in each flight. Entry is $300 per team, and hole sponsors are $100 each. Mulligans can be purchased at the course. The day includes lunch at the golf course immediately following the round. For more information call Clifton Fowler at (813) 690-6888. B38-39S39-40

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    Oct-06-18

    UT-TSU Extension Bledsoe County is sponsoring Walk Across Tennessee, an 8-week competitive walking program. There is a physical activity conversion calculator on walkacrosstn.org for those who do activities other than walking for exercise. Come up with a creative team name, go register your 6-person team, and start tracking your exercise. Register and report online at https://extension.tennessee.edu/Bledsoe/Pages/Walk-Across-Tennessee.aspx. Mileage starts Saturday, October 6 and goes through Saturday, December 1. The Oktoberfest Glow Run is the kickoff event for Walk Across Tennessee. Prizes will be awarded at the end of eight weeks.BS38-40

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    Oct-06-18

    The evening of Saturday, October 6 has been set aside for a Glow Run followed by a party and fireworks. Mark your calendar and plan to participate while supporting the Bledsoe County High School sports programs B37S38

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    Oct-09-18-Oct-30-18

    UT-TSU Extension Bledsoe County is offering a free – once a week for six weeks course called Cooking Matters for Adults on October 9, 16, 22, 30, November 13, 20 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Pikeville Municipal Building’s kitchen and conference room. Cooking Matters is six two-hour interactive hands-on lessons designed to promote behavior change. Take home groceries will be provided for participants. Pre-registration is required as space is limited, call 447-2451 to sign up today! BS38-39

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