South Fulton’s check fee gone; disconnection policy in works
The 40 cents added onto the City of South Fulton’s utilities customers using checks to pay their bills is now discontinued following action taken Tuesday afternoon by...
Sale of senior center building approved, no smoking ordinance dies...
Meeting in regular session tonight at Fulton's City Hall, Mayor David Prater, Commissioners Martha Vowell, Elaine Forrester, Darcy Linn and Jeff Vaughn took the first step...
SOUTH FULTON COMMISSION SPECIAL CALLED SESSION DEC. 11
South Fulton City Commission will meet in special called session Dec. 11 at 4 p.m. in the South Fulton Commission room, with two items on the agenda, including whether to...
SWEARING IN – Newly elected city officials were sworn in following the Clinton City Council meeting Dec. 3. Pictured, left to right, are Council members Tommy Kimbro, Chad Frizzell, Mayor Fred Cox, Council members Betty Morrow, John Kelly, Alex Thomas, and Howard Dillard. (Photo by Becky Meadows) Turner honored by Clinton officials
The Clinton City Council met Dec. 3 at City Hall in Clinton, with Mayor Phyllis Campbell reading Resolution 2018-1, recognizing and honoring the...


SFMS/HS TENURED TEACHERS – South Fulton High School teacher Melanie Curlin and SFMS/HS Principal Kimberly Jackson were recognized among teachers in the Obion County School system Monday evening, when they were among those awarded tenure by the school board. (Photo by Benita Fuzzell) Obion Co. Schools launch Middle School baseball
Jared Poore was elected Chair Pro-Tem of the Obion County School board during regular board session at Lake Road school Monday night, and presided...


FCTA awarded $854,500
The Fulton County Transit Authority was been awarded $854,500 from the Commonwealth of Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Office of Transportation and Delivery. The award...
South Fulton Police Department provided new technology upgrade...
A new communications and data platform in the city of South Fulton's police department vehicles will give officers a new technology upgrade, through FirstNet cellular...
First reading heard for ‘smoke-free Fulton’ ordinance
South Fulton resident Don Livingston, accompanied by his wife, Joan Livingston, as visitors to the Fulton City Commission meeting Nov. 26, addressed the officials regarding...
THE CURRENT'S THANKSGIVING CLOSURE
THE OFFICE OF THE CURRENT WILL BE OPEN WED., NOV. 21 FROM 8 A.M TO NOON, AND WILL BE CLOSED THURSDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, NOV. 22-23 FOR THE THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY. WE ARE...
NEW FULTON CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, BOARD MEET AND GREET – Nathan Lamb was recently hired by the City of Fulton at the new Code Enforcement Officer, second from left. Fulton’s Code Enforcement Board members, from left, Ann Bard, Mallory Bradley and Roger Bone met with Lamb at a Meet and Greet on Nov. 1. (Photo submitted) Condemnation proceedings OK’d by Board
All three properties in the city of Fulton submitted by Code Enforcement Officer Nathan Lamb to the Code Enforcement Board Nov. 15 were approved...


First Unity Park engraved bricks ready for placement
South Fulton Parks Director David McDaniel reported this year’s Trunk or Treat event held at South Fulton’s Unity Park Oct. 27 was a success, with canned goods collected...
Still waiting on contract, Fulton County School Board makes...
Meeting for regular session Nov. 15, the Fulton County Board of Education took no official action on one agenda item, however board members did address it. An announcement...
Multiple past years’ audits require Fiscal Court’s focus
Fulton County Fiscal Court met in regular session on Nov. 13, with Magistrates Billy “Bubba” Nelms, James D. Black, and Henry Callison attending. Magistrate George A. Jones...
Fulton officials to consider business owner's proposal for expansion
Meadows Hotel owner Jeff Campbell presented a proposal to Fulton's City Commission Monday night, which would potentially, according to Campbell be a "win-win-win" situation...
Fulton Independent School Board action could result in loss of...
In a three to one vote during special called session of the Fulton Independent Board of Education this evening, with a recommendation from Superintendent Dr. DeAnna Miller,...