JUVENILE CHARGED WITH TERRORISTIC THREATENING
According to a press release issued by the Fulton Police Department, a female juvenile was charged on Jan. 10 with Terroristic Threatening 3rd degree, disorderly conduct...
BID AWARDED FOR SOUTH FULTON'S SEWER REHAB PROJECT
Sealed bids for the Rural Development portion of the South Fulton sewer rehabilitation project, H&D Project 2006-10, were opened Jan. 9. This portion of the project was...
On Track with Capital Projects
For weeks, passersby have noticed increased activity in Fulton’s railroad yard, with numerous trucks and equipment filling the area day in and day...

THIS WEEK'S AREA PUBLIC MEETINGS, AGENDAS LISTED
OBION COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD --The Obion County School Board will meet in regular session tonight, Jan. 7 at 7 p.m. in the Board of Education Office in Union City, Tenn. Items...
Federal firearms charges pending following Hickman Traffic stop
According to the Fulton County Kentucky Sheriff’s Office, deputies conducted a traffic stop on South Seventh St. in Hickman on Jan. 3, for a...

FULTON'S COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS CARDS' PICKUP SCHEDULED
The Fulton Tourism Commission's Community Christmas Card display set up during the holiday season on Lake Street and Pontotoc Park, will be dismantled by Fulton Public...
Dorena-Hickman Ferry service temporarily halted
The Dorena-Hickman Ferry has temporarily halted service as a result of floodwaters on the Mississippi River. According to a release issued by the Kentucky Transportation...
SOUTH FULTON BRIDGE CLOSED
The "one lane" bridge at the intersection of McFall Street, Craig Street and Willow Drive, in South Fulton is now closed, by the South Fulton Public Works Department at the...
Elected Officials for the New Year
Fulton County officials, whose term begins Jan. 1, 2019, are shown after taking the Oath of Office Dec. 27 on the second floor of the Fulton County...

Oath of Office
Fulton Circuit Judge Timothy Langford presided over the Oath of Office for newly elected officials for Fulton County on Dec. 27 on the second floor...

ETHERTON RECOGNIZED – Fulton County Transit Authority Executive Director Kenney Etherton was recognized by Paul Maxwell, Human Resources/Safety Director, for seven years of service to FCTA, during the Dec. 20 awards banquet held at Fulton’s Pontotoc Community building in Fulton. Lynn Lewis, Billing Clerk, was honored for six years of service, but was not pictured. Door prize winners during the evening’s banquet included Kenny Patterson, Mechanic, Sherry Smith, Driver, Linda Morris, Custodian, Gary Blair, Driver and Lauren Caksackkar, Billing Clerk.(Photo submitted.) Fulton County Transit Authority Awards Dinner
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City Hall closure
South Fulton City Hall will close at 12 noon on Mon., Dec. 31, and be closed all day Tues., Jan. 1.
Special Called Fulton City Commission meeting Dec. 27 for Airport...
The Fulton City Commission will meet in Special Called session Thurs., Dec. 27 at 11 a.m. at Fulton City Hall, for the purpose of discussion of the city accepting property...
The Reason for the Season
A Live Nativity Scene was displayed on the court square in Clinton Dec. 17-18 and Dec. 21-23. This event was sponsored by local churches and...

FAMILY TRADITION – A reindeer, sleigh and Santa display, built in 1955 by “Big” Dike Nerren, is running again in Hickman. At the request of Harold “Dike” Nerren’s daughter and son-in-law, Deena and Bob Anderson, Nerren removed the display from storage, made repairs, set up at his granddaughter’s, Kayla and Justin Mathis’ home in Hickman. (Photo by Barbara Atwill) Heirloom Christmas display resurrected
Santa and sleigh, along with the reindeer display are running again in Hickman. “Big” Dike Nerren built the display in 1955 and it ran several...