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Progress On Mural

June 28, 2022

There is a mural being painted on the old Chevy dealership building, the oldest Chevy dealership some may also know it as the former Broyles auto parts shop.

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June Dairy Proclamation Signed

June 21, 2022

June Dairy month is a longstanding United States tradition, carried out since 1937. For the past two years, Jackson County, along with our 4-H club and the Dairy Alliance, has celebrated by electing a Dairy Chairperson. A Chairperson is elected to serve the community through educating the public about the nutrition of dairy, as well…

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Winter Wallop

January 11, 2022

After having close to record breaking warm temperatures in the month of December and several rounds of severe weather, mother nature has turned the heat off in the new year as Jackson county has received two significant snowfalls the week of Jan. 2. The first snowfall fell overnight Sunday, Jan. 2 into early Jan. 3.…

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County Finalizes Property Purchase

November 2, 2021

The Jackson County Board of Commissioners has finalized the purchase of property to help free up space and foot traffic in the county courthouse. Jackson County Mayor Randy Heady said restricted funds from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) are being used for the purchase. The purchase includes nine acres and an existing building. “Let me…

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Obituaries 6-28-22

June 28, 2022

Kenneth Joseph Borawski Kenneth Joseph Borawski was born September 16, 1944 in Plainfield, NJ and he passed away at his residence in Whitleyville on Friday, June 17, 2022 at the age of 770 Ken was the son of Joe and Mary Senna Borawski. He was a maintenance worker. On July 11, 1981 he married Marralee…

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Obituaries 6-21-22

June 21, 2022

Edith Reich Chinoy Edith Reich Chinoy was born on June 20, 1922 in West New York, New Jersey and passed away in her home in Union, New Jersey on May 30, 2022, just three weeks shy of her 100th Birthday. Edith was the daughter of the late Edward and Leina Schlinger Reich. Edith was married…

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Obituaries 4-5-22

April 5, 2022

Roy Lee Weaver Roy Lee Weaver, 67, of Haydenburg, passed away March 27 at his residence. No services are scheduled at this time. He was born April 8, 1954 in Tampa, FL. He was an electrician. He was the son of Emerson Grant Weaver and Phyllis Jane Thompson Weaver. Surviving relatives include: wife, Patricia Ann…

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Progress On Mural

June 28, 2022

There is a mural being painted on the old Chevy dealership building, the oldest Chevy dealership some may also know it as the former Broyles auto parts shop.

Read More

June Dairy Proclamation Signed

June 21, 2022

June Dairy month is a longstanding United States tradition, carried out since 1937. For the past two years, Jackson County, along with our 4-H club and the Dairy Alliance, has celebrated by electing a Dairy Chairperson. A Chairperson is elected to serve the community through educating the public about the nutrition of dairy, as well…

Read More

Winter Wallop

January 11, 2022

After having close to record breaking warm temperatures in the month of December and several rounds of severe weather, mother nature has turned the heat off in the new year as Jackson county has received two significant snowfalls the week of Jan. 2. The first snowfall fell overnight Sunday, Jan. 2 into early Jan. 3.…

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County Finalizes Property Purchase

November 2, 2021

The Jackson County Board of Commissioners has finalized the purchase of property to help free up space and foot traffic in the county courthouse. Jackson County Mayor Randy Heady said restricted funds from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) are being used for the purchase. The purchase includes nine acres and an existing building. “Let me…

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County Redistricting Finalized

November 2, 2021

The Jackson County Commission finalized its redistricting plans at last week’s regular meeting. County Mayor Randy Heady said around 200 people out of over 11,000 residents will be affected. “The only changes we’re made, the sixth, everything north of the river were not touched,” Heady said. “It was fine like it was. The first, second,…

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Jackson Hosting School Funding Town Hall

November 2, 2021

Jackson County Middle School will host a town hall meeting on Gov. Bill Lee’s proposed new student funding formula. That meeting will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 30 at 5:30 p.m. It will be one of eight town halls across the state and the only one in the Upper Cumberland region. “I am happy to…

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