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Mr. David Rogers

Age 59 of Martin. Services will be Wednesday, April 14th, at 11 at the Eastside Baptist Church. Burial will follow in the Eastside Cemetery. Visitation will be held Tuesday from 4 to 7 at the Murphy Funeral Home.Read More

Mrs. Diane Sellers

Age 81, a resident of Dresden. Mrs. Sellers and her husband were owner of Sellers’ Appliance in Dresden.  Services will be Sunday, April 11th, at 2 at the First Baptist Church in Dresden. Burial will follow in the Sunset Cemetery. There will be visitation from 1 until service time.Read More

James R. Cole

Age: 83 Resident of Union City Graveside Services will be Friday, April 9th, 2021 at 1:45 pm at the Parks Cemetery in Trimble. Friends can call Friday, April 9th from 11 am till 1 at White Ranson Funeral Home.Read More

Martha E. Williams

Age: 87 Resident of Union City. Graveside services will be at 1 pm Monday, April 5th at Obion County Memorial Gardens. Friends can call from 11 am till 12:45 pm.Read More

Mildred Hamm Younger

Age: 87 Resident of Union City Services will be held 1 pm Wednesday, April 7th, 2021 at White-Mahon. Burial in Rose Hill Cemetery Friends can Wednesday from 11 am to 1 pm.Read More

UTM Splits Doubler Header Saturday

The UTM Women continued their winning streak at hom with a victory over conference foe SIU Edwardsville 79 to 45. They are now 10-3 overall and 9-1 for the season in conference play. In the second game, the UTM Men fell to the Cougars 76-60. With the loss the Skyhawk Men fall to 6-10 overall […]Read More

Career Fair in Area

The Northwest Correctional Complex in Tiptonville will host a Career Fair in a week.   The event will be at Dyersburg Mall on Thursday, November 5th, from 10 to 2 in front of the former JC Penny entrance.  Recruiters will be on hand for those interested in career opportunities with the correctional complex.Read More

Charger Foundation Receiving Aid

The Charger Foundation received $62,000 from the Tennessee Department of Human Services to fund a wide variety of pandemic needs across the state.   These funds will be used to purchase resources including distance learning devices, hardware, and educational software for all Martin schools.   Funds will also be used to purchase resources that will […]Read More

$871 Million Awarded to Rural Community Facilities

Tennessee Rural Development State Director Jim Tracy announced Wednesday that nine rural Tennessee counties will benefit from more than $56.7 million in loan and grant investments.   “Our communities deserve to have access to modern community facilities,” Tracy said. “We are committed to partnering with rural communities to construct facilities that provide advanced services to […]Read More

FEDERAL UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS MAY END SOON FOR MANY

Many Tennesseans currently receiving unemployment benefits through programs funded by the CARES Act could be nearing the end of their weekly payments. The last day to claim benefits through these federal programs is December 26. According to federal program rules, many claimants could see their benefits stop before that date if they reach the maximum […]Read More