Clowers’ design featured on card

Riley Clowers, a kindergarten student at Cecil B. Rigsby Elementary, won the annual Christmas card contest for the Care Center in Dayton. She used her artistic talents to draw a picture of the manager scene where baby Jesus was born many years ago in Bethlehem. For more, see the November 29 issue of The Bledsonian…

Pendergrass fails to get ban altered

After being banned from all school property as the result of a public censure (or reprimand) for breaking Board of Education policy, Board member Vince Pendergrass asked his fellow Board members to show him a “little mercy” and consider revising the censure’s sanctions at the latest Board meeting. For more, see the November 29 issue…

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Events

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November 1
  • 01

    Pond management day planned

    All day
    Nov-01-18

    On Thursday, November 1, a Bledsoe and Sequatchie County Pond Management Field Day is being held at Perry Swafford’s Farm, near 6868 Lower East Valley Road, Pikeville (0.4 miles north of College Station Road. Aquatic Weed Management, Fish Sampling Demonstration and Stocking Rates, Pond Sealing Options, and Conservation Programs are the topics to be discussed. A meal is provided and door prizes are available at this free event. For directions or more information call the UT Extension Bledsoe County Office at (423) 447-2451. Let them know you are attending by calling (423) 447-2451. Commercial Pesticide Applicator points are available for those who attend. BT43S44

    Legal aid available

    All day
    Nov-01-18

    A representative with Legal Aid of East Tennessee (LAET) is going to be at the Bledsoe County Courthouse on Thursday, November 1 beginning at 11:00 a.m. If you have legal problems with housing/mortgage/foreclosure, consumer, health/benefits/food stamps, family, unemployment or senior, and qualify for free legal assistance, you can apply for help. Applicants must meet federal poverty and LAET priority guidelines. For more information, please call (423) 756-4013. LAET does not practice criminal law. B43S44