CITY CLEAN UP -- City of South Fulton equipment came in handy following trees reported down in multiple locations throughout the city. WIND DAMAGE FOLLOWING GUSTS REPORTEDLY 70 TO 90 MPH
Downed trees, hanging power lines and other damages resulted from the high winds in the area this early evening between 5:30 and 6 p.m. in South...

RAINY DAY REFUGE FOR SCHOOL BUS RIDERS No more soggy waits for the bus
School aged children at South Fulton’s Southside Manor will no longer have to brave the elements when the school buses start up their routes for...

Receiving a facelift
The Fulton County Courthouse in Hickman is in the process of receiving a much needed “facelift”, courtesy of contractors who are providing a fresh...

SOUTH FULTON MIDDLE SHOOL ACADEMIC TOP 10 FOR EIGHTH GRADE – Students in eighth grade at South Fulton Middle School were recognized prior to the end of the 2018-2019 school year, for the honor of being included in the academic top 10. Those students were front, left to right, Avary Hill, Ellen Colston, Emma Hodge, Hanna Walters, Conner Allen, back row, left to right, Logan Cromika, Makenna Naugle, Shaylyn Brown and Addison Wilder. Not pictured in Lilly Holzner. (Photo submitted) South Fulton Middle School Academic Achievements recognized
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Young and "Old Timers" Tractor Treasures and Treats
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Kentucky State Police works Fulton County traffic fatality Tiptonville man killed in one vehicle accident
Prince L. Bolden, 37 of Tiptonville, Tenn. was killed June 11 according to a Kentucky State Police press release, on Kentucky 1282 and Joe Parker...

OLD TIMERS DAY TRACTOR SHOW AND PARADE IS JUNE 15 IN THE WALNUT GROVE COMMUNITY, JUST OUTSIDE OF SOUTH FULTON, OFF HWY. 45E, MARTIN HIGHWAY! DOZENS OF ANTIQUE TRACTORS AND FARM EQUIPMENT....A FREE EVENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! Walnut Grove Community to continue ‘Old Timers’ tradition
The Old Timers Day Tractor Show and Parade will continue a longstanding June tradition in the Walnut Grove Community, off Hwy. 45E, between South...

The T.C.M.O. presented a scholarship in memory of, and to honor the late Richard Tidwell, prior to the end of the 2019-2020 school year. TCMO Richard Tidwell Memorial
Members of the Twin Cities Men’s Organization recently presented Fulton High School Class of 2019 Salutatorian Crissie Purcell with the Richard...

David Gallagher has been offered the City Manager's post for the City of Hickman. Gallagher hired as Hickman City Manager
Hickman City Commissioners James Adams, Robert Griggs, Judy Powell, and Hickman Mayor Heath Carlton voted tonight during regular Commission session...

FULTON TOURISM COMMISSION TO MEET JUNE 13
The Fulton Tourism Commission will meet in regular board session June 13 at 4 p.m. in the Fulton City Hall Commission Room with the following items included on the...
SOUTH FULTON MAN INVOLVED IN PURCHASE PARKWAY COLLISION
James C. Tatum of South Fulton was southbound on the Purchase Parkway, driving a Mack dump truck on Thursday afternoon, with a load of gravel, when the truck blew a rear...
RECENT GRAVES COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE INVESTIGATIONS LEAD TO ARRESTS
A series of investigations by the Graves County Sheriff's Office over the past two days have resulted in multiple drug related charges and arrests. Graves County...
KENTUCKY STATE POLICE ARREST SOUTH FULTON RESIDENT
While on a routine patrol in Fulton County, KSP Trooper James Steward observed a Nissan Acura being driven with an expired registration plate, and conducted a stop on the...
Hickman Recreation and Tourism sponsored a youth fishing rodeo June 1 at Hamby Pond. There were 35 children on hand for a morning of fishing, with prizes awarded. HRTC Fishing Rodeo
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LANDSCAPE BEAUTIFICATION – SAP Inmates at Fulton County Detention Center recently competed in a contest to design landscaping at the Fulton Clinic and Hickman Clinic. The inmates were divided into groups and created landscape designs for both clinics. Each group submitted their design, and only one was chosen. The most advanced inmates, in the program, were asked to help plant the trees, shrubs and flowers and build benches. Above, the inmates are shown working on the landscaping at The Fulton Clinic. (Photo submitted) Detention Center’s SAP participants compete in landscape design
Fulton County Judge/Executive Jim Martin and Fulton County Detention Center Jailer Steven Williams recently offered inmates participating in the...