Gainesboro Women Arrested For Drugs

A Gainesboro woman was reportedly arrested for Schedule III drugs following an alleged shoplifting incident in Celina. Leigh A. Kitchens, 29 of Gainesboro, was arrested on Feb. 11 for Schedule III drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia by Celina Police Chief Terry Scott. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s…

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UCEMC Cares Donates Money

In January, UCEMC Cares Inc. awarded $2,020.13 to the Outreach Gear Up; $2,020.12 to the Jackson County Quarterback Club. pictured are: Terri Montgomery, Jane Forkum, Secretary, Outreach Gear Up: Daniel Garrison, Member, Jackson County Quarterback Club. For more information contact your local UCEMC office, or visit our customer portal www.ucemc.com. For more on this story,…

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Truck Fire On McCoinsville Road

Having your truck on fire is not a good way to start the week. On Feb. 11 a call came in that a Black Ford F-150 was on fire on McCoinsville Road. Crews from Southside and Central Fire Departments arrived quickly and were able to extinguish the fire. It is believed that the fire could…

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Aldermen Approve Bid

The County Historical Museum is in need of repairs, the Gainesboro Mayor and Board of Aldermen learned last week during their meeting. Jackson County Historical Society President John Fox addressed the aldermen on the need for repair of the County Historical Museum. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Jackson…

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Obituaries

Obituaries 2/19/19

Charles “Chuck” Sokolosky Charles “Chuck” Sokolosky, 69 of Granville, passed away Feb. 7 at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He had chosen cremation. No services are planned at this time. Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. He was born Jan. 10, 1950 in Fairmont, W. Va. He was the owner of Smith…

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Obituaries 2/5/19

Myrena Combs Myrena Combs, 80, of Castalian Springs, formerly of Gainesboro, passed away Jan. 25. She was born May 15, 1938 in Millstone, Ky. She will be remembered for always putting other people’s needs before her own and will be deeply missed by her family. She was preceded in death by parents, Marcus and Lillie…

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Obituaries 1/29/19

James Ray Hammock James Ray Hammock, 57, of Washington, Ind. passed away on Jan. 14 at his residence. Funeral services were held at Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Phillip Morgan officiating. Interment followed in the Stacy Cemetery in the Old Antioch Community. He was born Sept. 26, 1961, in Noblesville, Ind. He was a…

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Gainesboro Women Arrested For Drugs

A Gainesboro woman was reportedly arrested for Schedule III drugs following an alleged shoplifting incident in Celina. Leigh A. Kitchens, 29 of Gainesboro, was arrested on Feb. 11 for Schedule III drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia by Celina Police Chief Terry Scott. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s…

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UCEMC Cares Donates Money

In January, UCEMC Cares Inc. awarded $2,020.13 to the Outreach Gear Up; $2,020.12 to the Jackson County Quarterback Club. pictured are: Terri Montgomery, Jane Forkum, Secretary, Outreach Gear Up: Daniel Garrison, Member, Jackson County Quarterback Club. For more information contact your local UCEMC office, or visit our customer portal www.ucemc.com. For more on this story,…

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Truck Fire On McCoinsville Road

Having your truck on fire is not a good way to start the week. On Feb. 11 a call came in that a Black Ford F-150 was on fire on McCoinsville Road. Crews from Southside and Central Fire Departments arrived quickly and were able to extinguish the fire. It is believed that the fire could…

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Aldermen Approve Bid

The County Historical Museum is in need of repairs, the Gainesboro Mayor and Board of Aldermen learned last week during their meeting. Jackson County Historical Society President John Fox addressed the aldermen on the need for repair of the County Historical Museum. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Jackson…

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Clay County Pharmacies Raided By DEA

The United States Justice Department took a first of its kind action to stop pharmacies from unlawfully dispensing opioids in Tennessee. Agents were particularly focused on Clay County Xpress Pharmacy and Dale Hollow Pharmacy and raided the two pharmacies on Feb.8. A report details actions to stop the two pharmacies, their owner and three pharmacists…

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Highway Damaged From Flood Water

This stretch of Gladdice Hwy seems to break apart after a heavy rain. TDOT crews were out directing traffic and patching the pavement so that no cars were damaged or no one had an accident or was hurt. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Jackson County Sentinel on newsstands…

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