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CRMC To Buildout New Wound Care Center On Cedar

CRMC, Cookeville Regional Medical Center

The Cookeville Regional Finance Committee voted Tuesday night to move forward with renovations to a building that will house the hospital’s Wound Care Center. CFO Tommye Rena Wells said the estimated cost for the project will not exceed $500,000. CEO Buffy Key said the hospital has been leasing the space from a local medical facility, which needed the space to ... Read More »

Local Stores Prepare For Holiday Open Houses This Weekend

Upper Cumberland small businesses prepare for their upcoming holiday open houses to kickoff holiday sales. Several local businesses reported that early starts to holiday open houses help boost shopper traffic. Baxter’s American Farmhouse Owner and Operator Amy Allen said early sales give citizens more opportunity to use her products for holiday decorations. Cookeville’s Lexi Jade’s Boutique Owner and Operator Lexi ... Read More »

New Parking Coming To North Cedar, Wheaton Said Will Help Downtown Area

The City of Cookeville is starting the process of building a new parking lot on North Cedar Avenue as demolition has been completed on old buildings. Cookeville Mayor Laurin Wheaton said that she hopes the new parking lot will improve citizen convenience around downtown and CRMC area. She said that parking has been an issue in the area largely due ... Read More »

Community Partners Collecting Commodities To Celebrate Juneteenth

The Putnam County Democratic Party and the local NAACP have partnered for a commodity drive celebrating Juneteenth. Coordinator Anne Austin said commodities will be distributed through Helping Hands. Austin said from 8:00 AM-6:00 PM through Thursday, anyone can donate money or goods to support those struggling in the community. “Without economic freedom, you’re not a free person,” Austin said. “You ... Read More »

Made Here Market Supports UC Creatives

Take the opportunity to shop local at the 2021 Made Here Market. Cookeville Biz Foundry Program Coordinator Ashley Michael said it’s an event that highlights Upper Cumberland business owners and makers. “We’ve got a lot of talent right here you don’t need to go outside of the area to get some really great, really amazing finds–you can do that right ... Read More »