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Livingston Looking To Hire Street/Sanitation Supervisor

The city of Livingston is looking to hire a new Street and Sanitation Department Supervisor after the retirement of Wayne Peek. Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes said Peek had been in the position for some 40 years. The city is looking for a candidate with at least five years of street or solid waste experience and at least three years of ... Read More »

Baxter Calling On MTAS To Help Fill Police Chief Opening

The city of Baxter will lean on services from MTAS to fill the Baxter Police Chief position. Baxter Mayor John Martin said MTAS will recruit and interview candidates before ranking each one. He said that list will be handed over to Baxter City Council for further interviews and an eventual selection. Martin said he would like the position filled “yesterday” ... Read More »

Tech Waiving Transfer Application Fees Through April 15

Tennessee Tech will waive transfer application fees through April 15 to help students complete their four-year degrees. Admissions Director Frank Tittle said if transfers apply by May 1, they will be eligible for the Tech Transfer Pride scholarship. The award gives scholarships between $1,000 and $3,000 to students will at least a 3.0 GPA and 12 or more transferable credit ... Read More »

Jackson Co Library Board Starting Interview Process To Hire New Director

At least 10 people have applied to be the new director of Jackson County’s library as the application portal closed Monday. Rebecca Howell left the position vacant after accepting a new opportunity. Board of Trustees Chair Brandon Korgan said the goal is to have the position filled by February. “Among all the attributes, what we are really looking for is ... Read More »

PCSO Opens Applications For Citizens’ Academy

The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office Citizens’ Academy returns this August. The 10-week class gives residents a behind the scenes look of how deputies operate. Sheriff Eddie Farris said applications are open now. “It’s really a good time and a learning experience,” Farris said. “That’s the way we like to look at it. I think people leave here realizing that law ... Read More »

Putnam 911 Accepting Applications For New Dispatchers

Putnam County 911 has opened applications for dispatchers. 911 Director Penny Foister said the department is low on part-time workers and wants two more full-time dispatchers. “We’re going to ask the county commission and 911 board at our next budget cycle to add two more positions, two more full-time positions,” Foister said. “When we do that, we will need to ... Read More »

HRS Reopens Celina Wait List For Affordable Housing

Highlands Residential Services has reopened applications for low-income housing in Celina. Director of Operations Chris Cassetty said the portal closed in the fall due to large waiting lists. “I think we have a couple that are coming available,” Cassetty said. “Certainly since we have opened the waiting list, we may have even had some people come in and apply that ... Read More »

UC Habitat For Humanity Repairing Homes Of Seniors This Spring

Upper Cumberland Habitat for Humanity is accepting applications from senior homeowners for its spring home repair projects. The goal is to bring Putnam and Overton County homes to standards so seniors can age in place. Neighbor 2 Neighbor Project Manager Hope Craig said homeowners must be 60 years or older. “It really benefits everybody who is related to that individual,” ... Read More »

Clay County Mitten Tree Accepting Applications For Children

Clay County’s Mitten Tree gift assistance program will be accepting applicants Tuesday. Parents or guardians can apply at the Clay County Women’s building from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. Volunteer Misty Strong said any child under 18-years-old is eligible. “Because of all those people that are willing to pick up mittens from locations within our county, primarily at the local ... Read More »