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Putnam County Courthouse Under Construction

Construction on the Putnam County Courthouse is currently underway as crews look to make necessary updates. County Executive Randy Porter said the project was needed for the aging building. “We’re doing some needed repairs and maintenance work on the outside to the big columns,” Porter said, “putting sealer and new coats of paint, and some repairs to it, trying to ... Read More »

Algood Police Department Standardizes Uniforms

The Algood Police Department decided to standardize officer uniforms. Dale Armour is the Algood Chief of Police. “In the past, the police department has had a five hundred dollar clothing allowance per an officer. They were able to spend it on clothing that they needed. I have suspended that,” Armour said. “Our uniforms are going to be standardized now. We ... Read More »

Clarkrange Man Arrested on Numerous Charges

A Clarkrange man face several charges after a pursuit with Jamestown and Fentress County law enforcement last week. According to police records, 19-year-old John Stagner was reportedly driving recklessly in the Jamestown Walmart parking lot in a Polaris Razor on July 5. Stagner was able to escape through a field off Route 52 after a JPD officer spotted him. Fentress ... Read More »

Algood Approves Amendments to Rail Trail Authority

The City of Algood gave the approval to amend the Rail Trail Authority agreement yesterday. Keith Morrison is the Algood City Administrator. “The amendments to this authority agreement are renaming the trail from the Tennessee Central Heritage Rail Trail to the Tennessee Central Trail. It also removes the town of Monterey from the agreement as an owner and a member,” Morrison ... Read More »

Bicycle Safety Discussed During Police Committee Meeting

The Monterey Police Department will be keeping a closer eye on bicycle safety issues. During a police committee meeting Tuesday afternoon, Alderman Charles Looper said he’s seen a number of children around town violating bicycle safety laws. “It doesn’t matter if they are on Cleveland or on Stratton. They have to follow the rules and they are not,” Looper said. ... Read More »

Crossville Honors 278th Armored Cavalry

The Crossville City Council honored the 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment Tuesday night, five days before they leave Crossville for deployment. Mayor James Mayberry read a proclamation during Tuesday night’s monthly meeting, declaring Sunday, July 15th as 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment Day. The mayor urged all citizens to show support Sunday morning by lining Highway 127 as the troops leave Crossville. ... Read More »

Algood Makes Plans for White Plains Historical House

The City of Algood will begin working on plans for the White Plains Historical House in the coming weeks. City Administrator Keith Morrison said Algood will start meeting with historians and developers to establish a renovation plan. “The plan is to get with Mark Dudney in the Development District and look at what the possibilities are for renovations needs are with ... Read More »

Crossville Council Votes To Extend Contract For City Manager

The Crossville City Council voted Tuesday to extend city manager Greg Wood’s contract. Councilwoman Pamela Harris said keeping Wood as the city manager would be beneficial for Crossville. ““I just feel like it would show some consistency and continuity going forward and we need that,” Harris said. The contract will keep Wood as city manager until March 2020. “He’s done ... Read More »

Monterey Police To Get New Duty Weapons

The Monterey police Department will get a few new duty weapons in the near future. Mayor Bill Wiggins said confiscated weapons will help with the purchase. “They are short two duty weapons and need a few more long guns,” Mayor Bill Wiggins said. ” Monterey Police Chief Bill Randolph said there will be no cost to the city. He said ... Read More »

Meth Seized During Traffic Stop

Cumberland County authorities seized 125-grams of meth during a traffic stop on Highway 70 Saturday. Police have charged 35-year-old Shaun Thomas Rosamond of Crossville with manufacture, sale, and delivery of drugs. Rosamond’s bond is set at $200,000 and he’s being held at the Cumberland County Jail. Read More »