Thursday, June 30, 2022
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A Tennessee appellate court is allowing three men allegedly raped as children by a Presbyterian pastor in Memphis more than two decades ago to sue the church and its governing body for allegedly covering up the crimes with a “whitewash” investigation kept hidden for years.

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Throughout the long process of revising multiple budgetary items, the Trousdale County Commission convened on Monday night for the second and third reading of the 2023 fiscal-year budget at the Trousdale County Courthouse.

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When small business owner and life-long Hartsville resident Dwight Cothron opened his business six years ago in Dixon Springs, he had great plans for the future.

Monday, June 27, 2022
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Robert Daniel Bennett, the 100 block of Morrison Street, Hartsville, charged with failure to appear on June 23.

Thursday, June 23, 2022
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Since the 2016 opening of Tennessee’s newest and largest prison — Hartsville’s Trousdale Turner Correctional Center — the facility has had public image and staffing issues.

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When Hartsville resident Mike Bennett is out and about around town, he is not difficult to recognize.

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In a packed house on Thursday night, local Trousdale County candidates were given an opportunity to address constituents at a candidate forum that was held at Grace Baptist Church in Hartsville.

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Since early May, the Trousdale County Budget and Finance Committee has held budget hearings regarding the 2023 fiscal year budget as it visited and revisited multiple budgetary items.

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Kelly Dawn Craddock, the 1400 block of Canoe Branch Road, Lebanon, charged with failure to appear on June 17.

Tuesday, June 21, 2022
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The Trousdale County Commission executed its first reading of the 2023 fiscal year budget at Monday night’s meeting at the Trousdale County Courthouse.

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Director of Trousdale County Schools Clint Satterfield addressed the budget and finance committee on Monday night as they tied up loose ends to the 2023 fiscal year budget.

Saturday, June 18, 2022
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Mike Bennett’s goal is to one day represent his country in the Paralympics in wheelchair tennis.

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Mike Bennett has been competing in tournaments all over the country, which has placed him as the top seed in the state of Tennessee in wheelchair tennis.

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Mike Bennett is part of an organization called the National Wheelcats, which recruits players for various wheelchair sports.

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In 2015, Bennett retired from the Army as a sergeant. Since his retirement, he has kept busy perfecting his tennis game.

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Mike Bennett can be found on the tennis courts in Hartsville five days a week practicing.

Thursday, June 16, 2022
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The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) has alerted the 159 local power companies in the valley, including Tri-County Electric, that they have initiated Step 20 of the Emergency Load Curtailment Program (ELCP) beginning at 2 p.m. on Monday.

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Johnny Dale Adkins, the 400 block of Scruggs Lane, Hartsville, charged with harassment on June 11.

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As the local August election quickly approaches, candidates are still seeking to get their messages out to voters. In order to assist in the process, various sponsors have scheduled candidate forums that will allow for those running for any local political office to meet and address voters.

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Discussions continued on Thursday evening at the Trousdale County Courthouse as the budget and finance committee still had items that needed to be finalized before sending their 2023 budget recommendations to the Trousdale County Commission for final approval before the June 30 deadline.

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The Trousdale County Courthouse was packed at Monday night’s planning commission meeting as residents of Trousdale and Wilson counties were given the opportunity to express their concerns about the proposed Hunters Point Quarry.

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Designer, builder, and quarry operator Turn-Key Processing Solutions (TPS) is looking at a potential site for the proposed Hunters Point Quarry in Trousdale County, just off of Highway 231 near the Trousdale and Wilson County line in Castalian Springs.

Saturday, June 11, 2022
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Terri Taylor (at left) and her son Jordan Halliburton, a lineman, attended last Thursday’s Tri-County Electric member appreciation event in Hartsville.

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Tri-County Electric District H (Hartsville) Director Tommy Thompson spoke with member-owner Darlene Moore at last Thursday’s Tri-County Electric member appreciation event in Hartsville.

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Tri-County Electric lineman Wayne Cato (middle) attended last Thursday’s Tri-County Electric member appreciation event in Hartsville, as did his parents — Larry and Pat Cato.

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(Clockwise, from left) Tri-County Electric Right-of-Way Supervisor Robert Birdwell, Tim Eatherly, Gary Eatherly and Eric Harwood interact during last Thursday’s Tri-County Electric member appreciation event in Hartsville.

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Customer service representatives Denis Dies (at left) and Elaine Gernaey were on hand for last Thursday’s Tri-County Electric member appreciation event in Hartsville.

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Tri-County Electric foreman Anthony Carter (at right) attended last Thursday’s Tri-County Electric member appreciation event in Hartsville along with his wife, Stacy Carter.

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Area residents Sandy Ford (at left) and Charlie Morello were among those who attended last Thursday’s Tri-County Electric member appreciation event in Hartsville.

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Tri-County Electric District H (Hartsville) Director Tommy Thompson, June Campbell and Tri-County CEO Paul Thompson attended last Thursday’s Tri-County Electric member appreciation event in Hartsville.

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Lineman Jordan Green, Line foreman Anthony Carter, lineman Jordan Halliburton, service foreman Wayne Cato, District H (Hartsville) Director Tommy Thompson, lineman Alan Carman, right-of-way supervisor Robert Birdwell, and operations superintendent Blanton Calvert attended last Thursday’s Tri…

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Dustin Birdwell (at left) and Tri-County Electric Right-of-Way Supervisor Robert Birdwell attended last Thursday’s Tri-County Electric member appreciation event in Hartsville.

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Barbara Belcher attended last Thursday’s Tri-County Electric member appreciation event in Hartsville, along with her grandsons.

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Tri-County Electric lineman Jordan Green (at right) was in attended at last Thursday’s Tri-County Electric member appreciation event in Hartsville along with his wife, Carrie (at left), and their children.

Friday, June 10, 2022
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Revisited budget items will be sent to the Dwight Jewell and the rest of the county commission to seek full approval.

Thursday, June 09, 2022
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Music has been called the universal language, and each summer in Hartsville, students have an opportunity to learn the language of music.

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For working parents, summer can be a difficult time in planning for childcare, nutritious meals, and productive activities for children when school is not in session.

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After an extensive search, Trousdale County Director of Schools Clint Satterfield announced that Dr. Casey Kuhn, an assistant principal from Springfield High School, has been selected as the new principal of Trousdale County High School.

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A shakeup inside the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TSWA) has led to the abrupt terminations of key leadership staff after a months-long stretch in which the agency drew the ire of both Republican and Democrat lawmakers over plans to clear-cut forests — and lost a major legal fight.

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Crystalyn Jude Bell, the 1900 block of Old Greenbrier Pike, Greenbrier, charged with vandalism on June 3.

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The Trousdale County Historical Society will be hosting a special presentation about the Melungeons on Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Trousdale County Archives building, located at 328 Broadway in Hartsville.

Monday, June 06, 2022
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