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Battle of Fort Donelson re-enactment next weekend
History will repeat itself March 21-23 during the Battle of Fort Donelson re-enactment at Stewart-Houston Industrial Park on Highway 149.
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Our View: Volatility mars regional jobs report
Often, coming out of the temporary retail hiring period of the Christmas shopping season, January unemployment will commonly increase.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Knott announces candidacy for Stewart County Trustee
Knott is a life-long resident of Stewart County. He is a member of the Dover Church of Christ where he serves as song leader and treasurer.
Winfrey announces candidacy for Circuit Court Clerk
Winfrey is forty-nine years old and is a life-long resident of Stewart County. She is a 1983 graduate of Stewart County High School and a graduate of Draughns Business College.
Settles honored for volunteerism at statewide ceremony
Neil and Nellie Settle are just like a lot of other Stewart County families - kinda sorta.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Clarksville jobless rate down in January
Often, coming out of the temporary retail hiring period of the Christmas shopping season, January unemployment will commonly go on the increase.
Tourism group taps Stewart County storytellers
The Tennessee River Trail Advisory Group tapped Stewart County storytellers on March 6 in their ongoing quest to distill the county's unique story into a marketable form.
Big Rock woman dies in one-vehicle accident
A 61-year-old Big Rock woman died as a result of a one-vehicle accident on Tuesday, March 11, shortly after 1:30 p.m., according to a report made by the Dover Police Department.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The paper's coverage area includes all public high schools in Montgomery County, as well as Clarksville Academy, Houston County and Stewart County high schools.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Sleet storm blasts Stewart County
Being part of a National Weather Service record is no consolation to the many Stewart County families whose lives were affected beginning March 2 by a massive sleet storm that blanketed the area and kept many folks confined to their homes for at least a few days.
Fitzhugh, Berry, Beechum win Dover election
A total of 16 percent of the 1,008 registered voters in the town of Dover cast ballots to see incumbents Mayor Lesa Fitzhugh and Ward I Alderman Paul "Bud" Berry return to office as well as see Robert "Boo" Beecham accept the Ward II spot following the retirement of Dalton Bagwell from the board.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Cleveland Daily Banner
Lighting the tundra
LIKE OTHER STATES across the Mid-South, Tennessee is being hit with one of its most challenging winters in recent years.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Sleet heavy in some areas of Middle TN, light snow on the way
As expected, overnight weather dumped freezing rain and sleet in the Nashville area and to the north and west of the city, making roads slick and leaving thousands of NES customers without power.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Tennessee River Trails wants community stories
Stewart County's session will be held on Thursday, March 6, beginning at 4 p.m. at the Stewart County Public Library meeting room, 102 Natcor Drive, Dover.
Stewart, Houston County bands undeterred by the cold
Students sat side-by-side and rehearsed music for their upcoming season in the morning.
Heated industrial park meeting leads to engineering firm change
The Stewart Houston Industrial Park Board is looking for a new engineering firm to serve as project manager after the representative for the previous firm resigned during a highly contentious meeting.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Stewart County foster care board sends stern message to DCS
The Stewart County Foster Care Review Board sent a stern letter to State legislators and Department of Children's Services Commissioner Jim Henry a few days ago, outlining their displeasure with DCS and asking for some more timely changes to help the children in DCS custody.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Dover VA clinic to close
Stewart County veterans assigned to the Dover VA clinic at the Stewart County Community Medical Center are receiving letters telling them that the clinic will stop serving veterans effective April 30. The letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs says in part, "We are currently in the process of finding alternate arrangements to continue your ... (more)
Sun Feb 23, 2014
EDITORIAL: Wine bill makes it, strings attached
For many, it's a glass only half full. To navigate the bill the between the Scylla and Charybdis that are the grocery and liquor store lobbies, the end result has plenty of flaws for consumers: * No "high-gravity" beer, or beer stronger than 6.5 percent, in groceries.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Life is like a box of chocolates...
Once again, as I recently watched the movie Forrest Gump , I had never thought about life being like a box of chocolate and the impact that one sentence would make on myself and others.