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The Crockett County Times, a division of Magic Valley Publishing Co., Inc. is YOUR Crockett County newspaper covering all of YOUR local events. You can reach us at 46 W. Main Street, Alamo, TN 38001, Phone 731-696-4558 or email at [email protected]
We wish we could print all of the photos taken during the weeks that lead up to graduation but since we can't, we decided to share a few of our favorites from the Seniors final lap around the high school.
Crockett County High School sent out notice today that all seniors received their two tickets for reserved seating on the field. You must have a ticket for reserved seating and you must be seated by 6:45 p.m. Children are not allowed on the field (no exceptions to the rules)
The Crockett County Sheriff's Department is reminding people that Highway 88, North Cavalier Drive and other connecting roads will be congested between the hours of 5-10 p.m. Friday, May 17 for Graduation. They are urging people who are not attending graduation to take other routes.
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Crockett County Sheriff's Dept - Tennessee
Very serious and volatile weather situation developing.
We are now under a Tor-Con of 7 in Western Tennessee. That means a 70% chance of a Tornado Warning becoming likely where you live which is extremely high for this time of year. The weather channel has mobilized to the West TN area as well.
As you may already know, we are under a tornado watch until 5pm.
Consider this your weather advisory. We will try to keep you updated - in the meantime, develop a plan - determine a safe place to take shelter away from windows and glass doorways, sturdy shoes, phones/weather radios charged, put together an emergency bag for your babies, and let your family members know where you are.
Cavaliers will return to the court in a sub state match against Mitchell at home Monday, March 4 at 7 p.m. Go Cavs!
More Championship photos to come in the March 6 edition of the Crockett County Times!
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Santa's Helper Elves worked day and night typing all the letters submitted to Santa and delivered them to us for printing just in time for tomorrow's issue of The Crockett County Times. It looks like there have been some really good boys and girls in the Alamo, Bells, Gadsden, Maury City, and Friendship communities this year!
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With Christmas just around the corner, Christmas activities within the community are always a fun way to enjoy family time.
Santa will be in downtown Bells on December 15 from 10 a.m to 1 p.m. He will also be in the Santa house on court square in Alamo Friday, December 14, from 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Saturday, December 15, from 10:00 a.m. to noon; and Monday, December 24, from 10:00 a.m. to noon.
Santa will be at the Farmer’s Daughter on December 22 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Markowski Christmas Lights at located at 1675 Coburn Road in Brownsville added a new touch to their light display this year by creating children’s drawing with lights and incorporating them. The lights display is free to the public to drive thru from dark until 11 p.m. on New Years Day.
The Christmas Lights of Five Points located at 36 Pierce Road Beech Bluff, Tennessee will be taking donations to benefit Reinbow Riding Academy as they share their lights display.
Dewald Family Christmas located at 236 Millstream Drive in Jackson will have their lights on every night from 4:30 to 11 p.m. through the first week of January. Santa will visit on December 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. but if weather causes delays, he will be there on December 16 from 5 to 8 p.m.
The Crockett Christmas Store will be December 14 and 15 at the National Guard Armory in Alamo. Families who completed the application process and have received their letters with shopping times for the store. Volunteers are always needed in a huge way to help with wrapping gifts, shopping, and loading vehicles.
The Discovery Park of America will also have a “Hooked on Science Holiday STEM” from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on December 15 in the Realfoot room.
Many churches will also be holding Christmas celebrations leading in to Christmas.
A few of those include:
❄️Gadsden Methodist Church will host a drive thru Live Nativity Saturday, December 15 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
❄️Alamo First United Methodist Church will host their Live Nativity Sunday December 16 from 5 to 8 p.m.
❄️Faith Independent Church’s Christmas program, located at Brimms Corner Sunday night December 16 at 5 p.m.
❄️Alamo First Christian Church will host their annual Christmas Cantata on Sunday December 16 at 6 p.m.
❄️The Alamo First United Methodist Church will host their “Good News From Home” choir cantata on December 16 at 11 a.m.
❄️First Baptist of Gadsden’s Children’s Church ministry will host “A Charlie Brown Christmas” December 16 at 6:30 p.m.
Center United Methodist Church will host their youth Christmas Program “A Super Christmas” on December 19 at 6 p.m.
❄️On December 24, Alamo First United Methodist Church will share in a Candlelight Christmas Eve service at 5 p.m. with communion and remembering the wonderful story of God’s amazing gift of love, hope, peace, and joy.
❄️Alamo First Christian Church will also share in a Christmas Eve Service of “Carols and Candlelight” at 6 p.m. on December 24 in the sanctuary.
If you know of other local activities, please feel free to share them below!
We hope you all have a wonderful Christmas!
Former President George H. W. Bush has died
A statement released by the Bush family announced that former President George H. W. Bush died Friday.
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Cyber Week starts now! With tons of savings on your favorite products, this is how we holiday!
If you have not stopped by the Crockett County Times' new offices at 40 South Court (just across from the court house) please stop in and say hello.
Submissions to the Crockett County Times will have early deadlines for the holidays.
Submissions for the November 21 edition must be received by 5 p.m. on Friday, November 16.
Crockett County Basketball kicks off this Saturday, November 10 at Dyersburg High School Jamboree.
Girls will play Gibson County at 2:30 p.m. with the boys game against Humboldt following.
Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate the opening of our new office at 40 S. Court Street, Alamo
We appreciate you all for your support over the years!
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Bill Lee Republican 1,333,811 59.59%
Karl Dean Democratic 862,324 38.53%
Marsha Blackburn Republican 1,225,352 54.74%
Phil Bredesen Democratic 982,638 43.89%
US House of Representatives District 8
David Kustoff Republican 166,978 67.64%
Erika Stotts Pearson Democratic 74,345 30.12%
TN Senate District 27
Ed Jackson Republican 35,828 65.15%
Savannah Williamson Democratic 19,166 34.85%
Tennessee House of Representatives District 82
Chris Hurt Republican 9,676 57.26%
Andrea Bond-Johnson Democratic 7,221 42.74%
To view other results and a breakdown by county, visit
Carroll County News-Leader
It's Election Day! Get out there and make your voice heard!
Brentwood Fire & Rescue
Five children have been killed at bus stops and several more injured in the past three days alone! PLEASE protect our children and STOP for the red flashing lights and STOP arm!
Reposting from a loyal reader: "So I was reading my newspaper at a local Starbucks this morning. A young mother and her two children came into the store. They passed me on their way to order and on the way out the mother looked at me and smiled. She then exited and stopped outside the door to have a conversation with her children. She then came back into the coffee shop and approached me, "I was talking to my kids, they were like, 'That man is reading a newspaper and not looking at a screen. He must be smart!'" I was stunned. I had to fumble for a reply and told her that I had seen recent studies that suggest learning is different between reading print (books, magazines, newspapers, etc.) as opposed to a screen. I urged her to make sure her kids understood this distinction. She nodded in agreement. Why the newspaper industry has not latched onto this insight and trumpeted it far and wide is beyond me!"
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Gibson EMC crews headed out early this morning to help our sister co-ops in Georgia with Hurricane Michael recovery. They are, from left, Hunter Taylor, Kerry Kuykendall, Greg Bryant, Jason Mills, Seth Turnbo, Russell Hopper, Michael Atkins and Stacey Nicks. Proud of these guys! #ThankALineman
The Scottsdale Progress is Reborn After Closing Down Nine Years Ago – Editor & Publisher
A Section The Scottsdale Progress is Reborn After Closing Down Nine Years Ago By: Rachael Garcia The first issue of the revived Scottsdale Progress was printed on Sept. 16. Pictured is a front page template from this summer.While most newspapers are folding due to imposed tariffs and hedge-fund ow...
The ballon release has been rescheduled for Saturday night October 6 at 7 p.m. This is per the request of the family, so they can be there.
Crockett County, TN General Election - August 2, 2018
Gary Reasons – 1220
Co. Commission Dist 1 Pos 1
Harold Park – 63
Co. Commission Dist 1 Pos 2
Pat Smith Branch – 70
Co. Commission Dist 2 Pos 1
Hank Beaird – 53
Bill Hooten – 65
Co. Commission Dist 2 Pos 2
Will Huff – 101
Co. Commission Dist 3 Pos 1
Cayce Nanney – 77
Co. Commission Dist 3 Pos 2
Rayce Castellaw – 69
Co. Commission Dist 4 Pos 1
Lee S Woods – 117
Co. Commission Dist 4 Pos 2
Donald Prescott – 121
Co. Commission Dist 5 Pos 1
Jarrel P. Little – 118
Co. Commission Dist 5 Pos 2
Carolyn K. Nance – 111
Co. Commission Dist 6 Pos 1
Phillip D. Lowery – 75
Co. Commission Dist 6 Pos 2
Joe Gibbons IV – 71
Co. Commission Dist 7 Pos 1
Harvey Bradshaw – 98
Co. Commission Dist 7 Pos 2
Will Perry – 74
Brad York – 31
Co. Commission Dist 8 Pos 1
Seth Jones – 144
Co. Commission Dist 8 Pos 2
David L. Gilpin – 143
Co. Commission Dist 9 Pos 1
Ronde’ J. Howell – 54
Co. Commission Dist 9 Pos 2
Wayne Jernigan – 60
Co. Commission Dist 10 Pos 1
Al Overton – 41
Co. Commission Dist 10 Pos 2
Gary Emison – 48
Co. Commission Dist 11 Pos 1
Dave Dahl – 27
Drew Nanney – 92
Gene Permenter – 52
Co. Commission Dist 11 Pos 2
Jimmy E. Webb – 154
Co. Commission Dist 12 Pos 1
Jane Smith – 67
Co. Commission Dist 12 Pos 2
Gary Williams – 68
Gary Joe Spraggins – 1235
Troy N. Klyce – 1191
Circuit Court Clerk
Kim R. Kail – 1170
Catherine Carter – 155
Terry Gregory Boals – 84
Jonathan Bolding – 58
Dana Branch – 843
Allan Gilliland – 194
Richard O. Norton II – 51
Register of Deeds
Alan Castellaw – 1144
Road Commissioner Dist. 1,4,6,8
Thomas M. Haynes – 72
Daniel E. Hazlewood – 294
Randy Lovelace – 115
Road Commissioner Dist. 2,3,5,7
Rickey M. Ange – 86
Lanny Beaird – 358
Road Commissioner Dist. 9,10,11,12
Andy Edwards – 334
County School Board At-Large
Jasper Taylor – 1158
County School Board Dist. 3,5
Henry L. King – 205
County School Board Dist. 4,6
John Robert Cole – 183
County School Board Dist. 9,10
Keith Curl – 104
Crockett County, TN Primary Election
Dianne Black – 185
Randy Boyd – 416
Beth Harvell – 72
Bill Lee – 258
Basil Marceaux Sr. – 0
Kay White – 3
Karl Dean - 79
Craig Fitzhugh – 316
Mezianne Vale Payne – 12
(R) US Senate
Marsha Blackburn – 712
Aaron L. Pettigrew – 108
(D) US Senate
Phil Bredeson – 364
Gary Davis – 23
John Wolfe – 9
(R) US House of Rep. Dist. 8
George S. Flinn, Jr. – 361
David Kustoff – 487
Colleen Owens - 42
(D) US House of Rep. Dist 6
John Bostner – 136
Erika Stotts Pearson – 135
(R) TN Senate Dist. 27
Brandon Dodds – 177
Ed Jackson – 621
(D) TN Senate Dist. 27
Jackie Williams – 108
Savannah Williamson – 82
John H. York, Jr. – 81
(R) TN House of Rep. Dist. 82
Andy Cole – 549
Chris Hurt – 290
(D) TN House of Rep. Dist. 82
Andrea Bond-Johnson – 275
Robert A. Harris – 71
(R) State Committeeman Dist. 27
Coley Richard Archie – 240
Steve Maroney – 337
(D) State Committeeman Dist 27
Ernest Brooks II – 245
Jim Midyett – 41
(R) State Committeewoman Dist. 27
Shannon Haynes – 654
(D) State Committeewoman Dist. 27
Jeanne R. Guidi – 107
Patsy Garey Johnson – 173
Crockett County Sheriff's Dept - Tennessee
If you have a scanner, please turn them on. We will giving storm updates on our old anaog frequency that your scanners will be able to read.
Just a reminder that our office will be closed on Wednesday July 4th. Deadline for all submissions will be Friday, June 29 by 5 p.m.
If you have 4th of July activities happening for the community, we would love to hear about them and help spread the word. Post your activities below
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
Update 4/7/18. It is with much sadness that we need to report that Joe Clyde's father has been arrested and charged with the homicide of the 5-year old. We are grateful for the assistance from the whole Facebook community in helping spread the word about the search for this child. You can read the release about the arrest in an additional post on this page.
We have some additional photos to share of Joe Clyde Daniels, the 5-year-old missing from Dickson. Joe was last seen wearing his pajamas, at his home in Dickson on Tuesday night. If you happen to see Joe, please call 1-800-TBI-FIND. Thanks for sharing information about the search for this child.
The Alamo storm shelter is now open. The weather has not reached us yet, but the shelter is open for your convenience. The shelter is located at 66 Ballpark Loop in Alamo by the baseball fields, behind the park.
***RULES OF THE SHELTER***
No Tobacco Products, Electronic or Vapor Devices
No Alcohol or Carbonated beverages
No illegal drugs
Once entering shelter persons must remain inside until shelter manager says it is safe to leave.
Noise should be kept to a minimum
Each person is responsible for keeping the shelter clean. Clean your area when you leave
Children must be kept under control by the parents
Only 1 small bag is allowed by each occupant
Each person is expected to conduct themselves in such a manner to not interfere or cause problems for others inside the shelter
Any problems occurring should be reported to the shelter manager
All occupants will obey shelter managers instructions while inside the shelter
Anyone not complying with orders will be expelled or arrested
Personal radios and other listening devices shall be used with earplugs
Any special needs should be pre-arranged by calling City Hall at 696-4515
The Easter Coloring Contest ends tomorrow 3-30-18 at 5 p.m.
You may drop your entries off today until 5 p.m. or place them in the envelope on the front door of our office tomorrow before 5 p.m. as our office will be closed in observance of Good Friday.
Have a blessed Easter!
Crockett County Sheriff's Dept
Alamo’s storm shelter is now open
Crockett County Sheriff's Dept
Alamo’s storm shelter is now open
The Crockett Co-Lexington boys Region 7AA game has been moved up to 5:00 pm this evening. Hopefully this will get us ahead of any inclement weather. Gates will open at 4:00 pm. Be there and be loud! Go Cavaliers!!! Crockett fans, please share this post.
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