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Council OKs playground developer
The city of Cookeville may be a little closer to having a Community Build Playground after the city council approved a playground designer and the use of city land for the playground last week.
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
Mended Little Hearts group forms
Those three words can send a new mother's heart racing. Nicole Brim of Cookeville has been in this position.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
'First Families' gives genealogy of Putnam pioneers
It's been a year and a half in the making, but it's finally here - a book called "First Families of Putnam County, Tennessee."
Prescription drug drop boxes part of Prescription For Success campaign
It has been about a month and a half since Gov. Bill Haslam unveiled his Prescription for Success plan to help curb prescription drug abuse in Tennessee.
Walls go up on new animal shelter
From left, Gail Fowler, Carolyn Whitson, back, Jackie Nettenstrom, Beth Smith, Mary Johnson and Darrell Webb inspect the area that will hold the dog runs in the new Putnam County Animal Shelter.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
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Judge Bart Stanley, right, finds lots of fresh fruit to add to his cup of yogurt at Topz Frozen Yogurt Cafe which opened Friday.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Cookeville council passes two resolutions related to Project Victor
The Cookeville City Council passed two resolutions on Thursday evening with a 4-0 vote regarding Project Victor.
Early voting starts today
Early voting starts today for those who want to get a head start on casting their ballots for the Aug. 7 county general and state primary elections.
Rise in thefts related to vacations, nica
The Cookeville Police Department has received a number of theft reports recently.
Council to consider 5th exit contracts
Cookeville city council is expected to consider two engineering contracts related to the new fifth I-40 interchange project -a one for utility relocation and one for relocation and extension of natural gas facilities.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Night of the Phoenix to benefit Genesis House
Genesis House's annual fundraiser is being reborn into a new event this year: Night of the Phoenix.
Regulations help keep products at Farmer's Marketa
With the Farmer's Market on Mahler Avenue, anyone can get locally grown produce whether a person happens to live on a farm or in an apartment.
Lowery announces bid for U.S. Congress
Lowery is a Navy veteran and worked his way through college working with his dad, Bob Lowery, with their plumbing business in Sparta.
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Not guilty plea in death of Cash's great-nieceNot guilty plea in...
Not guilty plea in death of Cash's great-niece Man pleads not guilty in death of Cash's great-niece Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: http://www.jacksonsun.com/story/news/special-reports/2014/07/17/not-guilty-plea-in-death-of-cashs-great-niece/12774109/ COOKEVILLE, Tenn.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
City council candidates promise to listen, improve quality of life
Nine of the ten candidates for Cookeville city council addressed voters and answered questions at the Herald-Citizen candidate forum last night at Avery Trace Middle School.
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Smyrna Town Court judge candidate faces felony charges
Town Court judge candidate W. Alan Rose continues to face felony drug- and weapon-related charges heading into Friday's early voting for the Aug. 7 election with a hearing scheduled Thursday in Cookeville.
Wendy Askins, the former director of the Upper Cumberland Development District in Cookeville, is scheduled to go on trial in federal court in December 2014.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Council to consider playground designer
Cookeville could be one step closer to having a Community Build Playground after Thursday's meeting of the Cookeville city council.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Cookeville Tree Board selling 'gator bags'
Those driving through Cookeville may start to notice bags appearing around young trees.
Monterey Farmer's Market seeks vendors
Vendors with extra produce on their hands after a busy morning at their local farmer's market now have a chance to keep sales going - that is, if they pack up and head to Monterey for the afternoon.