FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL

FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Keep up with the Courier Sports Twitter page at twitter.com/CarCourierSport Smith Co. 34 – York 12 Gordonsville 6 – Clay Co. 35 Scores posted as available

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OBIT: Mrs. Doris White Glover

Mrs. Doris White Glover, age 89, of South Carthage, died Tuesday morning, September 17, at Riverview Regional in Carthage.  She is survived by: sons, Roger Glover and wife Genia of Springfield, Ronnie Glover of South Carthage; grandson, Randy Glover and wife Kristie of South Carthage; great-grandson, Taylor Glover and great-granddaughter , Ashlyn Glover both of…

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OBIT: Michael Sean Carroll

Michael Sean Carroll, age 47, passed away Friday, September 13, 2019. Michael was born November 5, 1971. He was a lover of poetry, which he wrote. He was known by many as someone who could fix anything. He was a good friend to many and well loved by family, friends, and coworkers. His beloved grandmother,…

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PITT HOPKINS AWARENESS DAY SET FOR SATURDAY

PITT HOPKINS AWARENESS DAY SET FOR SATURDAY The second annual Pitt Hopkins Awareness Day is Saturday (September 21). The event is set for 5 p.m. at the Smith County Agricultural Center in South Carthage. In September of last year, for the first time, Smith County joined the world in celebrating Pitt Hopkins Awareness Day. Igniting…

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OUTSIDE AGENCY LOOKS TO DEVELOP INDUSTRIAL PARK

OUTSIDE AGENCY LOOKS TO DEVELOP INDUSTRIAL PARK An outside government agency may be taking over the development of a proposed industrial park off Interstate 40 in Gordonsville. Smith County owns approximately 119 acres near the interstate which was purchased last year. Plans are to develop the land for an industrial park. Because of the county’s…

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COMMISSION EYES TWO REFERENDUMS

COMMISSION EYES TWO REFERENDUMS Residents are expected to vote in two wheel tax referendums come March of next year. A resolution calling for a $25 dollar wheel tax referendum which would help fund the county’s general fund and a second resolution calling for a $25 wheel tax referendum which would fund “highway capital projects” were…

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STORM STIKES – TWO INJURED

STORM STIKES – TWO INJURED At least two people were injured when a fierce storm with high winds and heavy rainfall struck the northern section of the county, Tuesday afternoon. Two people were transported by ambulance, non-emergency to Riverview Regional Medical Center from the campground at the Defeated Creek Recreational Area where much of the…

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OBIT: Joshua Vaughn Barnett

Joshua Vaughn Barnett, age 31, of Lebanon, passed away Saturday, September 7, 2019. Josh was born May 28, 1988 in Nashville, son of the late Terry Vaughn Barnett and Tonya Woodard Vantrease. He was a 2006 graduate of Lebanon High School. Josh worked for Houndstooth Grooming and Boarding and Dillon Cabinet Shop. Josh was an…

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Legal & Public Notices For The Week Of 09/19/19

Legal & Public Notices For The Week Of 09/19/19 I, Amanda Webb have this 2001 Jeep with this VIN#1J4FT48S31L569157 in my possession. If you have any information on this vehicle, please contact me at 615-774-0038. 09-12-19(2t) _________ ADVERTISEMENT TO BID TOWN OF CARTHAGE PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS TO COMMERCIAL FAÇADE The scope of the project consists of…

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Homes & Commercial Property For Sale

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