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...
CELEBRATING NURSING – Fulton Mayor David Prater signs a Proclamation declaring the week of May 13 - 19, as National Skilled Nursing
Care Week at Diversicare of Fulton. This week is to honor both vulnerable citizens who receive care and the dedicated ones giving
care. Attending the signing include Lindsay Adams, administrator; Prater; Joann Roy, activity director; Jan Wiggins, social services; Margaret
Simmons, dietary manager; Amanda Roberts, human resources; Elizabeth Curtis, therapy director; Janet Creason, business officer
manager; and Nancy Tynes, RN. (Photo by Barbara Atwill) Current Community News (Photos)

DECADES OF DAIRY – The announcement was made May 1 that Prairie Farms plant in
Fulton would close as of June 30, as 52 positions would be eliminated. According to the
plant manager, 12 positions would remain there at the East 4th Street location, above,
as the facility would be used as a distribution operation. The once thriving dairy industry
located there as Turner Dairy was a prominent supporter of the Banana Festival for
many years, supplying ingredients as well as a fl oat in the festival parade, to transport
the famous one-ton banana pudding, as seen in the photo at right, from the newspaper
archives. (Photo by Benita Fuzzell). 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...

HopFed Bancorp results reported for three-month period
HopFed Bancorp, Inc., the holding company for Heritage Bank USA, Inc., recently reported operating results for the three-month period ended March 31. For the...
Honor Flight provides Veterans free air fare to Washington sites
Many Americans don’t understand the commitment soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines make when they enter the military. Whether by draft or enlistment, every...
THIRD PLACE FINISH – Jonathan Wilson and
Cody Rowe were the third place winners of the
cornhole tournament, part of this year’s Spring
Chicken Fest in Clinton. (Photo submitted) FESTIVAL Photos

DRUG TAKE BACK – South Fulton Police Chief Andy Crocker
was on hand April 28 at the South Fulton Municipal Complex, to
assist citizens in discarding outdated or unwanted prescription
drugs, in partnership with the Obion County Prevention Coalition.
(Photo submitted) Drugs, weapons found in vehicles
Two incidents of traffic stops by Fulton Police Department resulted in arrests and drug related charges over the weekend, beginning...