Spring Carnival rolls into town
The Bledsoe County Fair has brought a Spring Carnival to town for all to enjoy May 23-27 at the fairgrounds on Allen P. Deakins Road in Pikeville. Gates are open daily from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. with free parking. For more see the May 25 issue of The Bledsonian Banner.
The Fields in a holding pattern
The Fields, a luxury fly-in community being developed south of Pikeville in Bledsoe County, is in a holding pattern at this time, reports Craig Fuller, developer. He said they have been anxiously awaiting the necessary permits from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation. For more see the May 25 issue of The Bledsonian Banner.
Dr. Jame Ross House & Museum: What’s Inside?
In downtown Pikeville, at the corner of Frazier Street and Upper East Valley Road, there is a historically restored house, painted in blue with white trim. Inside, you will find an array of artifacts about Pikeville and Bledsoe County – its people, its way of life, and its history. The structure is known as the…