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 Three items were on Monday night’s Special Called Meeting Agenda of the Fayetteville Board of Mayor and Aldermen to discuss the future of City Administrator Scott Collins’ job with the city. Shortly after Mayor Michael Whisenant called the meeting to order and asked if there were any change…

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The Petersburg Board of Mayor and Aldermen is down to four members following the resignation of Jake Bradford during last week’s June meeting. Mayor Logan Jolly announced that Bradford cited “personal obligations” in a letter announcing his resignation and further stated “it has been an hono…

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Cason Seals and Hannah Giffin were recognized by the Fayetteville City School Board as its nominees for the Tennessee School Board Association (TSBA) Student Recognition Award. Pictured here during a recent meeting of the school board are (from left) Mark Clark, a member of the Fayetteville …

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There is the possibility of two main rounds of thunderstorms today and tonight, the first being scattered "pop-up" thunderstorms that form this afternoon. Potential hazards with these storms include: 

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The Lincoln County Sheriffs Department is warning residents of a phone scam that is currently targeting residents of Lincoln. The scam involves a caller leaving a voice message posing as a Lincoln County Sheriffs Office official requesting a callback. Please be advised that the sheriff's off…

Officer Andy Rodriguez and Canine Rhev are pictured with Winchester Police Captain Jeff Miller on the last day of a two-week combined in-service training between Fayetteville and Winchester police departments. During the planning session for the training, the two departments decided to raise…