Oneida, TN (2018-01-10) Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area is seeking volunteer musical acts interested in performing at the 18th annual Big South Fork Spring Planting and Music Festival event scheduled for Saturday, April 28, 2018. [ Read More ]
An Open House Meet and Greet will be held Wednesday, January 17th, from 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Come join the Scott County Extension Office as they welcome the new County Director/Agriculture Agent Seth Whitehouse.
Huntsville, TN (2018-01-09) While it’s still eight months away, the face of politics in Scott County will change in August, as at least two countywide officeholders have decided to call it a career. [ Read More ]
Needing to apply for TennCare? Call (800) 318-2596 to contact the Health Insurance Marketplace or apply online at www.healthcare.gov. Mountain People’s Health Councils, Inc. also has trained and certified staff to help you. [ Read More ]
Oneida, TN (2018-01-09) An Oneida man is facing drug charges after authorities say he possessed a medication prescribed to treat ADHD. Larry M. Brewster, 45, of Oneida was booked into the Scott County Jail last week after authorities searched his room at a local motel and found drugs and drug paraphernalia. According to an arrest warrant penned by K-9 Officer Toby Jeffers of the Oneida Police Department, Brewster was turned in by motel management. [ Read More ]
Huntsville, TN (2018-01-06) The Scott County Health Department is now offering flu vaccines at no charge to patients. Influenza activity is widespread in Tennessee, so it’s extremely important for anyone over six months of age to get a flu shot now. [ Read More ]
The American Jobs Center offers employment services to everyone in Scott and surrounding communities. Services include internet-ready computer workstations to give job seekers access to the Tennessee jobs database, where they can search for jobs or complete resumes; land-based telephone and fax services to effectively communicate with employers and government assistance agencies, and more. [ Read More ]
Nashville, TN (2018-01-06) As 2018’s brutally cold weather continues, wood stoves might seem to be a cheaper alternative to traditional heating sources for some Tennesseans. However, the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) warns that wood stoves can pose a significant fire and carbon monoxide risk if they’re not properly installed and maintained. [ Read More ]