Poll: Lee surges into GOP primary lead

NASHVILLE — A surprise poll released Monday by JMC Analytics and Polling found that Middle Tennessee businessman and rancher Bill Lee has taken the...

Preslei Bowling crowned Little Miss Fairest

Preslei Mae Bowling was crowned Little Miss Fairest of the Fair at the Scott County Fair Monday evening, as the second of five pageants...

A ‘milestone’ in fight against domestic violence

HUNTSVILLE — Marking what General Sessions Judge James L. Cotton Jr. called “an historic milestone in the fight for dignity, protection and justice for...

New county officials take office

HUNTSVILLE — While local government offices were closed Monday due to the Labor Day holiday, Tuesday brought several new faces to government in Scott...

Fitzhugh endorses Democrat Dean

NASHVILLE — In perhaps one of the least surprising election stories of the Tennessee gubernatorial campaign, State House Minority Leader Craig Fitzhugh on Friday...

Scott County jobless rate drops in March

Scott County’s unemployment rate dropped slightly in March, from 4.7 percent to 4.4 percent, according to numbers released last week by the Tennessee Department...

Proposal would place Cope’s name on courthouse floor

HUNTSVILLE — A proposal that will be considered by Scott County Commission later this month would rename the second floor of the old county...

Would-be burglar subdued by homeowner

A would-be burglar landed in jail early Sunday morning after attempting to enter his targeted home without knowing the home’s owner was present, according...

Oneida man charged with assault

An Oneida man was arrested Thursday after authorities say he attempted to suffocate his wife with a plastic bag and the couple's son came...

Scott County’s jobless rate steady in May

Scott County was able to buck a statewide trend in May by avoiding an increased unemployment rate.  But the number of working Scott Countians did...
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