Outages reported by Gibson Electric
Thursday night storms have caused outages to 1,739 of Gibson Electric Membership Corporation members’ homes and businesses in 31 separate outage locations. The outage...
HISTORICAL TIME PIECE – A clock, which once was atop Columbus school may receive some much
needed restoration, following action taken by Columbus City Council Monday night. (Photo by Becky
Meadows) Columbus ‘clock’ committee to be formed by City Council
Columbus City Council member, initiated discussion May 14 during regular council session, Robb Wallace regarding he would like to begin...


Givens Givens speaker for UK Alumni event
Former University of Kentuc k y All-American Jack “Goose” Givens will be the featured speaker at the Fulton County UK...


OFF TO THE RACES – The Park Terrace Assisted Living of South Fulton’s 2nd Annual Kentucky Derby
event was held recently. Winners included, at left, Pat Rozzell, second place, with Promise Fulfi lled
Pat, sitting, Lydia Lain, fi rst place, with Lone Sailor Lain, back, middle, Delores Burke, third with Busting
Burke; and right, Judy Green, fourth, with Justify Judy. (Photo submitted) Current Lifestyles


River Counties Ag Day award nominees sought
The 2nd Annual River Counties Ag Resources and Commerce Day will be held on July 19 in Bardwell. The day will begin with an appreciation breakfast for...
Martin man arrested by FPD on rape charges
The Fulton Police Department arrested 21-year-old De’Vonte Flora of Martin, Tenn. May 10 for two counts of Rape 3rd Degree, and two counts of Unlawful ...
Fulton ‘sign’ ordinance in works
Fulton City Manager Cubb Stokes updated Mayor David Prater, Commissioners Martha Vowell, Elaine Forrester, Jeff Vaughn and Darcy Linn about the selection of a site in...
Paddle wheeler to dock in Hickman May 13
The American Duchess paddle wheeler will dock in the Elvis J. Stahr harbor in Hickman May 13, from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Passengers...


Displaced Prairie Farms employees may be offered employment at...
Following the May 1 announcement of Fulton’ Prairie Farms plant to cease operations as of June 30, Plant Manager Dave Atchley has stated employees who are...
Clinton Mayor concerned over social media posts
During the Clinton City Council meeting May 7 at Clinton City Hall, Mayor Phyllis Campbell said that it had been brought to her attention that there...
NEW ROTARIAN – The Fulton Rotary Club recently welcomed
new member Luke Craddock at the recent club meeting May 1.
Craddock is a life-long resident of the area and began his career
right out of high school with the Fulton Electric System. Currently
Luke is the Interim Manager for the Fulton Electric System. Pictured,
left to right, are is Bob Mahan, Fulton Rotary Club President,
and Luke Craddock. (Photo submitted) Current Community News (Photos)


52 positions eliminated Prairie Farms closure June 30
With the approach of June’s designation as National Dairy Month, an announcement made May 1 has taken away a reason to celebrate an industry...


Motorists alerted to changes on parkway
With new full-flow lanes from Interstate 24 westbound to the Purchase Parkway southbound opened on Saturday, additional closures of old ramps and...
Gunn Gunn is city’s trainer, trainee
To say Mike Gunn is in transition at this juncture of his career is an understatement. The seven-year Chief of the Fulton Fire...


Morgan Alexis Kane and Kyle Conrad Gehring Kane, Gehring to wed June 22
Mr. and Mrs. William (R.K.) Kane, of Lenoir City, Tenn. announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Morgan Alexis Kane, to Kyle...