The State Primary and County General Election of 2018 has the potential to bring many changes to county and state. Although some of the offices may be left undisturbed, others are certain to find new leaders.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC), on average 36,000 people in the United States die from the flu or flu complications each year. The 2017-2018 flu season is building up to be a harsh one with widespread Continue reading →
In the battle against opioid addiction, and opioid overdoses, Scott County just received a new, strategic weapon in the form of Narcan (naloxone) nasal spray packs, which administer the extremely effective medication that stops opioid overdoses and saves lives.
Vickie Jones is known by most as a giver and a woman who cares. Regardless of the situation, no matter if it’s day or night, whether it be shoes for your feet, lights in your home, or Christmas presents for Continue reading →
An audit report released December 12, 2017 by the Tennessee Comptroller’s office found county commissioner, Trent Cross serving as a compensated medical examiner. The findings were in violation of a state statute, and contrary to an attorney general’s opinion
The Scott County Chamber of Commerce held its inaugural “Love Lights a Tree,” ceremony on Tuesday, November 28, 2017. The lighting of the tree brings memory to those who have gone on, honor to those who remain, and a beautiful Continue reading →