Senator Lamar released the following statement Sunday…
“Today, Sunday, May 10, a member of Senator Lamar Alexander’s staff tested positive for COVID-19. The staff member is recovering at home and is doing well.
“Senator Alexander has no symptoms and tested negative for COVID-19 on Thursday afternoon, May 7. After discussing this with the Senate’s attending physician, Senator Alexander, out of an abundance of caution, has […]
Martin City Parks CLOSED until further notice:
Mayor Randy Brundige is officially closing Martin City Parks as of Sunday, March 29, 2020, until further notice.
The Brian Brown Memorial Greenway, at this time, will remain open as long it does not become overcrowded and people are being responsible practicing social distancing.
Mayor Brundige strongly encourages everyone to stay […]
Fulton County Transit Authority will be temporarily suspending our Amtrak service beginning Tuesday.￼￼
Also, FCTA will be temporarily limiting hours of operation to 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. daily.
“We will only have one Demand Response driver in the Fulton County area and one Demand Response Driver in the Mayfield/Graves County area,” said Kenney Etherton, FCTA Executive Director. […]
In order to protect the health and safety of their employees and assist in reducing the spread of COVID-19, MTD is idling manufacturing operations in our Martin Facility effective Sunday night March 22 for a period of 2 weeks. At this time MTD Martin will continue operations of distribution, shipping and receiving for those that are willing to work in these […]
TSSAA tournaments suspended
BlueCross Basketball Championships postponed due to COVID-19 ….March 12, 2020
Following the conclusion of the girls’ state basketball tournament quarterfinal round today, we are suspending the remainder of the girls’ state tournament and next week’s boys’ state tournament. Whether we will be able to reschedule these events will depend on the length of the […]
TSSAA to review state tournament schedule
COVID-19 concerns may impact future games
March 11, 2020
Middle Tennessee State University released a statement earlier today detailing contingency plans they are putting in place out of concern for COVID-19. Many of these changes impact students and class schedules. University offices and services are expected to remain open and operational.
“While our […]
Officials say the body of a missing Obion County boater was recovered from the Tennessee River Monday afternoon.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency says crews recovered the body of a John Doe around 4:30 Monday afternoon around Shiloh National Military Park on the Tennessee River.
The body has been sent to the Medical Examiner’s office in Memphis […]
For the second consecutive year Chloe Moore McNeil was named TSSAA Miss Basketball in Class A at the Murphy Center in Murfreesboro Tennessee Tuesday night.
Her teammate Tess Darby was a finalist this year and her Sophomore year.
Moore McNeil was a finalist her sophomore year before winning the award￼ in 2019 and 2020.
She is in an […]