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Light Up the Town events this Saturday

December 1, 2021

Just because the Christmas Parade has passed doesn’t mean the celebration has stopped in Pikeville. Light Up the Town – Pikeville’s Holiday Lights is hosting a slew of events leading up till Christmas.  This Saturday, December 4 features Santa Photos from Lauren+Bee from 2:00 p.m. to dark at the Dr. James A. Ross House; Horse-Drawn…

Over 1000 enjoy 25th Christmas parade, lights

December 1, 2021

Pikeville was electric on Saturday night, November 27, not only because of the fantastic holiday lights throughout Main Street and downtown, but because of the energy of the hundreds of people at various events throughout the day culminating in the 25th annual Pikeville Christmas Parade. Hundreds visited the Pikeville Farmers Market with over 20 vendors…

Schools’ report card leaves room for improvement

December 1, 2021

The latest report card from the Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE) for Bledsoe County Schools shows much room for improvement. The data was discussed by the Board of Education, Supervisor of Instruction Farrah Fields, and Director of Schools Selina Sparkman at a Board work session recently. “We want to make sure you know exactly where…

Vaccine mandates major concern locally

December 1, 2021

Bledsoe County and Pikeville officials met with U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn [R] via zoom on Monday, November 22, to give a progress update on the happenings of Pikeville and Bledsoe County and express concerns about vaccine mandates for nursing home staff and other county employees. Bledsoe County Mayor Gregg Ridley sent a letter to Sen.…

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