Fulton Tourism Commission plans ‘Christmas in the Park’
Terri Harvey was elected chairman and Pat Gossum, co-chairman of the Fulton Tourism Commission, during regular board session Oct. 11 in the Fulton City Hall commission...
TEACHERS OF THE MONTH – Fulton Independent Schools named their August and September Teachers of the Month at their monthly board meeting Oct. 9. Pictured from left are, Superintendent Dr. DeAnna Miller; Teacher Alley Evans for September; Board Vice-Chair Bill Robertson; Board member Carol Bransford; Board Chair Debbie Vaughn; Teacher Matthew Moxley for August; and Teacher Joseph Dublin for September. (Photo by Barbara Atwill) FIS Teachers of the Month named at BOE meeting
Barbara Atwill The Fulton Independent Board of Education met in regular session Oct. 9, in the board office. Superintendent DeAnna Miller...


AWARD PRESENTATION – Robbie Rudolph, president of Rudolph’s Inc., and founder of the Four Rivers Foundation in Hickman was awarded the 18th annual Joseph W. Kelly Award by the Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) at its Oct. 2 meeting. Pictured, from left, Ballard County Assistant Superintendent Dr. David Meinschein, Principal of Four Rivers Career Academy Terry Sullivan, KBE Chair Hal Heiner, Education Commissioner Dr. Wayne Lewis, Lisa Rudolph, Robbie Rudolph, Fulton County Assistant Superintendent PaTrice Chambers, Fulton County Principal Ellen Murphy, Fulton Independent Principal Mancell Elam, Fulton Independent Superintendent Dr. DeAnna Miller, Fulton County Superintendent Aaron Collins, and Four Rivers Foundation Director Dianne Owen. (Photo by Megan Gross) Rudolph receives Joseph W. Kelly award for partnership for...
The Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) presented the 18th annual Joseph W. Kelly Award to Robbie Rudolph, president of Rudolph’s Inc. and founder of...


Benches and bricks to be sold by Parks, Rec Board
South Fulton Parks Director David McDaniel reported to Parks and Recreation Board members Felicia Lightner, Harry Hutcherson, Anita Oliver and Myra Bass, during regular...
Speeding on city streets addressed at Hickman Commission meeting
A resident attended the Hickman City Commission on Oct. 8 concerned about the speed of heavy trucks traveling down Broadway Street. Robin Cagle Stacks said, “I witnessed...
Glenn Snow, William Fenwick, and Robert Vanderford, Marshall Alexander American Legion Post 72, presented a plaque to former City Manager Cubb Stokes, second from left, and the commission for their support in helping them to find a space for their Veteran Memorial Monument in Pontotoc Park. (Photo submitted) Resolution for alcohol sales on Sunday heard by Fulton Commission
The Fulton Commission met Oct. 8 beginning at 6 p.m. in the Commission Room at City Hall. The first reading of City Ordinance 2018-13 to allows...


Columbus City Council adopt Jackson Purchase Natural Hazard...
The Columbus City Council met Oct. 8 at City Hall in Columbus, and in the housing report, Mayor Ferguson said that the work on Joe Massey’s house has been completed and the...
Hickman Co. PTO to meet Oct. 4
The Hickman County Parent Teacher Organization, PTO, will meet Oct. 4 after school is dismissed, at 3 p.m., according to President Ashley Workman. Items on the agenda will...
Columbus Community Pride fund approved
The Columbus City council met in special session Sept. 25 at the Columbus City Hall, as a motion was approved to open a Columbus Community Pride Fund account at Clinton...
Hickman Co. BOE approves contract for renovations
Sixth grade students Ke’Inaziah Powell, Shelbee Webb, and Lexie Branham made a presentation to members of the Hickman County Board of Education Sept. 25 about the project...
NEW OBION COUNTY school system staff members – New faculty and staff was introduced during the Oct. 1 meeting of the Obion County Board of Education in the library of Obion County Central High School (Photo by Benita Fuzzell) Obion Co. BOE updated on system strengths, weaknesses
A number of Amendments to Board Policies received second and final readings during the Oct. 1 meeting of the Obion County School Monday night. All...


ENERGY SAVINGS RECOGNITION – Harshaw Trane representative Larry Davis attended the Fulton County Board of Education meeting Sept. 28 and presented Fulton County High School and Fulton County Middle School with plaques for their facilities for “actions they are taking to control and reduce their energy costs”. Pictured from left are Brian Hood, Fulton County Middle School Principal, Fulton County Schools Superintendent Aaron Collins, Larry Davis, Fulton County Board Members Barry Patrick, Kim Hagler, and Rob Garrigan, and Fulton County High School Principal Ellen Murphy. (Photo by Barbara Atwill) Fulton Co. Schools recognized for energy cost reductions
The Fulton County Board of Education met Sept. 27 to discuss the State Accountability results, named the Best Pilot on Board, and hear a...


Contract renewal terms proposed by city manager
While there were only three items listed on the special called session Sept. 26, one item occupied the majority of the hour and a half meeting for South Fulton City...
OOPS! Corrected address for The Current
Our apologies! Our new address for The Current is 214 MAIN in Fulton. Please overlook our mess if you stop by, as well as what may appear to...


Fulton’s city officials’ smoke-free discussion, alcohol sales ongoing
Benita Fuzzell Fulton’s city officials once again discussed a request from Commissioner Martha Vowell, who had previously asked them to consider the adoption of a smoke...