JC Delegation Hopeful For The Future

On Nov. 8 a delegation of leaders from Jackson County traveled to Greeneville, TN to work toward future economic development, infrastructure, education, and healthcare goals. They met with Mr. Scott Niswonger along with Greeneville City Manager Todd Smith, Anthony Keck and Todd Norris, both VP’s from Ballad Healthcare and Dr. Nancy Dishner, President of the…

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City Park Closing for Construction

The Town of Gainesboro is proud to announce the start of the City Park project will begin in December. This project is made possible by the Dept. of Health’s Project Diabetes Grant and will result in a brand new playground and a fitness center over the next 3 years. The City Park, located at 105…

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UCEMCCares Donates Money

In October UCEMCCares awarded $2,765.54 to the Jackson County Chamber; $1,000 to the Dodson Branch PTO. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Sentinel on newsstands now, or subscribe online at jacksoncountysentinel.net

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Veterans Day Program Held

The Local Girl Scouts led the crowd in the pledge of alliance to start the program. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Sentinel on newsstands now, or subscribe online at jacksoncountysentinel.net  

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Obituaries

Obituaries 11/19/19

Frank Kenneth Forkum Mr. Frank Kenneth Forkum, age 76 of Hartsville, TN passed away Friday, November 8, 2019 at his home. Mr. Forkum was raised in the Wartrace Community of Jackson County and worked on the Jackson and Wilson County Police Departments as an Officer and Deputy Sheriff. Preceded in death by: Wife of 45…

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Obituaries 11/12/19

George B. Hamilton George B. Hamilton, 80, of Bloomington Springs passed away Nov. 6 at his residence. Funeral services were held Nov. 9 at Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Jimmy Anderson officiating. Interment followed in the Burris Cemetery on Mabry School Road. He was born Oct. 26, 1939 in Gainesboro. He was a factory…

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Obituaries 11/5/19

Reba C. Mayberry Reba C. Mayberry, 79, of Cookeville passed away Oct. 25 at her residence. Funeral services were held Oct. 30 at Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Young Cemetery in the Center Grove community. She was born Dec. 27, 1939, in Putnam County. She was a factory worker at General Motors…

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JC Delegation Hopeful For The Future

On Nov. 8 a delegation of leaders from Jackson County traveled to Greeneville, TN to work toward future economic development, infrastructure, education, and healthcare goals. They met with Mr. Scott Niswonger along with Greeneville City Manager Todd Smith, Anthony Keck and Todd Norris, both VP’s from Ballad Healthcare and Dr. Nancy Dishner, President of the…

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City Park Closing for Construction

The Town of Gainesboro is proud to announce the start of the City Park project will begin in December. This project is made possible by the Dept. of Health’s Project Diabetes Grant and will result in a brand new playground and a fitness center over the next 3 years. The City Park, located at 105…

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UCEMCCares Donates Money

In October UCEMCCares awarded $2,765.54 to the Jackson County Chamber; $1,000 to the Dodson Branch PTO. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Sentinel on newsstands now, or subscribe online at jacksoncountysentinel.net

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Veterans Day Program Held

The Local Girl Scouts led the crowd in the pledge of alliance to start the program. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Sentinel on newsstands now, or subscribe online at jacksoncountysentinel.net  

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Boys Golf Team Finishes Second

In a district and region tournament that finished just like the regular season, the Jackson County Boys Golf Team finished in second place. The boys were easily in second in both tournaments behind Upperman. The team advanced to region after district but only the region winner advances to state. However, Alex Barlow and Mason Wade…

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JCHS Is Recognized By The State

Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn today announced that Jackson County High School for its Nursing Services Pathway is one of 74 Tennessee high schools that is leading the way in the state to become the first to receive a pathways certification from the Tennessee Department of Education. This certification recognizes strong alignment between high school programs…

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