Robbins home destroyed by fire

ELGIN — A home just off S.R. 52 west of here was destroyed in a three-alarm fire Tuesday evening. According to reports from the scene, the fire began inside a...

Initial OK given to 20% sewer rate hike

HUNTSVILLE — The only action taken in a special called meeting of County Commission here Monday evening was a 10-0 vote for adjournment. The meeting had been called to vote...

Yet another hurdle must be cleared by hospital

  HUNTSVILLE ­— The new sign on the entrance to the former Scott County Hospital is aglow, but chances for a re-opening of the facility in 2013 have diminished. That’s the...

Man charged with DUI after crash

HELENWOOD — A Scott County man suffered only minor injuries after losing control of his vehicle and crashing into private property in a predawn accident here Saturday morning, but...

Weather threatens to dampen Halloween spirits

Last updated: Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013 - 9:59 a.m. A wind advisory will take effect across the northern Cumberland Plateau at 4 p.m. Thursday afternoon and continue through 7 a.m....

Two arrested on prescription fraud charges

Two Robbins-area men were arrested Thursday in Oneida after allegedly forging a prescription in an effort to obtain drugs. Robert L. Pemberton, 26, of Elgin, and Troy L. Thomas, 22,...

Cotton promotes book on national radio

Scott County General Sessions judge James L. (Jamie) Cotton Jr. made an appearance on Fox News Radio’s “Daybreak” show Tuesday morning to promote his new book, “The Greatest Speech...

Town reiterates plea for help with park

HUNTSVILLE — The Town of Huntsville’s revitalization project at the Flat Creek Park is making progress, but town officials continue to stress that the community’s buy-in through donations and...

'Stand in the Gap' claims progress in drug fight

CUMBERLAND GAP — The Stand in the Gap Coalition (SIGCO) said Monday that progress is being made in the war on drugs in the Cumberlands. One year into SIGCO’s effort...

Huntsville agrees to take portion of county sewer system

HUNTSVILLE — A once-on, once-off agreement between Scott County and the Town of Huntsville for the town to take ownership of the burdensome “east-end” section of the county’s sewer...

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