The Tennessee Drivers’ License Service Center in Huntsville has relocated to the Scott County County Court Clerk’s office inside the Scott County Courthouse. The center is now open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information, you may contact the office at (423) 663-9555. The local center can renew and make duplicates of existing Class D drivers licenses and photo IDs.
Sunbright, TN (2017-05-23) On Monday, Highland Telephone Cooperative held a banquet to honor the recipients of its annual scholarship program. Students from across the cooperative’s three-county service area were awarded $1,000 scholarships toward tuition and other fees at a post-secondary educational institution. [ Read More ]
Huntsville, TN (2017-05-22) On Monday, Scott County Criminal Court Judge, E. Shayne Sexton, found that several defendants had violated the terms of their probation and ordered them to serve their sentences in the custody of the Tennessee Department of Corrections. [ Read More ]
Nashville, TN (2017-05-22) Construction of a bypass through Oneida and rerouting a section of Scott Highway in Robbins are among the 962 projects recently prioritized for funding with revenue from the recently approved IMPROVE Act. [ Read More ]
Oneida, TN (2017-05-22) Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area has announced that the Bandy Creek pool will open for the season on May 27, 2017. The pool will be open weekends and holidays through Labor Day. [ Read More ]
Oneida, TN (2017-05-22) Earn points towards your 2017 GO BIG patch by joining a park ranger on a one hour guided hike to Kentucky’s largest waterfall, Yahoo Falls. The hike begins at 11:00 a.m. (ET) on May 28 at the Yahoo Falls parking area located on Yahoo Falls Road, off of Highway 700 near Whitley City, Kentucky. [ Read More ]
Oneida, TN (2017-05-21) In support of the “GO BIG 2017” Challenge, Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area is presenting an interpretive program focusing on providing kids first-hand experience into the fascinating world of familiar, and some not so common, creepy-crawlies that live beneath our feet on the forest floor. [ Read More ]