Car drives into Pikeville Post Office, temporarily closed

December 3, 2020

The United States Post Office in Pikeville is temporarily closed after a car drove into the front door and glass on Wednesday evening, December 2.  A sign on the boarded up section of the front glass from management states the office is “temporarily closed” and will be “open soon.” An additional sign advises those with…

BTC Fiber’s float depicts winning theme, Frostbite House of Prayer wins McBay prize

December 2, 2020

The Magic of Christmas rolled through downtown Pikeville in the 24th annual Christmas Parade. This was one of the smallest parade’s in its history, but it was memorable all the same. For more see the December 3 issue of The Bledsonian Banner.

Pandemic can’t stop true love

December 2, 2020

Nothing can stand in the way of true love…not even a pandemic. A few weeks before the coronavirus caused the closing of nursing home facilities across the nation, Alice Hale became a resident of Bledsoe County Nursing Home. She and her husband, Herbert “Herb” had never been apart during their 75 years of marriage. For…

Students explore Sequatchie River, test water quality

December 2, 2020

by Chloe McHone, Jasmine Reed and Payton Warren  BCHS environmental science class Students in Environmental Science at Bledsoe County High School, taught by Mrs. Bridgett Loyd, went on a trip to the Sequatchie River and tested water quality at different points. In light of the recent pandemic, precautions were taken such as hand sanitizer, masks…

Featured Links

Events

Check events in the area!

Photos

View and purchase photos of local sporting events and more.

Classifieds

Check out our Online classifieds!

Latest E-Edition

Obituaries

Jimmy Arthur Norman, Sr.

December 2, 2020

Jim Housley

December 2, 2020

Jerry Alden Holland

December 2, 2020

Karl Warren Turner

November 24, 2020

Bob C. Sells

November 24, 2020

Geneva L. Manery

November 24, 2020

Marietta Louann London

November 24, 2020

Take Our Poll

Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.

Events

< 2021 >
November
  • No Events

National Headlines