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IN THE JUVENILE COURT OF DECATUR COUNTY, TENNESSEE

IN THE JUVENILE COURT OF DECATUR COUNTY, TENNESSEE State of Tennessee Department Of Children Services PETITIONER, vs. No.  20-01 RONDA LYNN GRAVES, RAY GRAVES, JEROME LANCASTER, Respondents, IN THE MATTER OF: Bradley Wayne Graves, DOB: 1/26/2012, A Child Under Eighteen (18) Years of Age ORDER OF PUBLICATION It appearing to the Court from the allegations…

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KIM CURRIN

KIM CURRIN Patricia Kim Currin, 58, a Cleveland resident, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on January 11, 2023. She was born February 9, 1964. She was preceded in death by her dad, Hubert Ray “Red” Smith. Kim was a native of Crossville, Tenn., where she graduated from Cumberland County High School before earning her associates…

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ELAINE ANDERSON JONES

ELAINE ANDERSON JONES Mrs. Jones, 68, of Hohenwald, formerly of Linden, died Thursday, January 5, 2023, at St. Thomas Midtown Specialty Hospital. A funeral service was held Monday, January 9, 2023, 1:00 p.m., in the chapel of Young Funeral Home, with Bill Edge officiating. Burial was at Lawrence County Memorial Gardens, Lawrenceburg. She was born…

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS-MOORE

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of BARBARA JEAN MOORE, Late of Perry County, Tennessee. Notice is hereby given that on the 16th day of November, 2022, Letters of Administration in respect to the Estate of BARBARA JEAN MOORE, deceased, who died April, 25, 2022, were issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Clerk of Perry County,…

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A Look Back at Last Year’s Top News Stories in Review

As the calendar closes on 2022 and begins the new year of 2023, the Buffalo River Review—as always—looks back on the year that was and remembers the top new stories from the previous twelve months. This week, the third quarter of last year, with the final installment—October through December—next week.   JULY The weather was…

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State of the Child 2022 – Perry County snapshot

SABRINA BATES MVP Regional News Editor Determining the state of Tennessee children is the focus of a report released each year by the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth. Data is collected from several sources that look at factors such as economics, education, health, child welfare, and justice. Known as “The State of the Child,”…

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Senator Jackson Takes Oath of Office, Reappointed Chair of Calendar Committee

State Senator Ed Jackson (R-Jackson) took the oath of office on Tuesday in Nashville as the 113th General Assembly was gaveled in on the first day of the legislature’s organizational session. Jackson was also reappointed chairman of the Calendar Committee. The appointment was made by Lt. Governor Randy McNally on Thursday as lawmakers concluded the first week of the…

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Pineview Community VFD Offers Free Smoke Detectors

Pineview Community Fire Department is offering up to three free smoke detectors per household, and free installation, to all residents within the Pineview Fire Department coverage area. If you are interested, please email PineviewVFD@Outlook.com or call Linda at 931-212-8431. Please provide your name, address, and a contact number. Please share this information with friends and neighbors.

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Southall Presented TRAE Marvin Crosby Outstanding Exhibitor Award

Will Southall, a Senior at Perry County High School, is the winner of the 2022 Tennessee River Agriculture Exposition Marvin Crosby Outstanding Exhibitor Award. Will has been a participant in TRAE every year. He was ……………..   …………..FOR COMPLETE STORY & PHOTO, PLEASE READ 1/11/23 ISSUE OF THE REVIEW…………..

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CARL AUSTIN

CARL AUSTIN Mr. Austin, 65, of Linden, died Saturday, December 31, 2022, at his residence. A funeral service was held Thursday, January 5, 2023, 11:00 a.m., in the chapel of Young Funeral Home, with Tommy Crocker and James Smith officiating. Burial was at Austin Cemetery on Marsh Creek. He was born in Lexington, the son…

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