Area News

CONSTITUTIONAL CARRY: JULY 1ST

With Governor Bill Lee’s signature last Thursday, April 8, Tennessee became the nineteenth state in the U.S. to adopt a permitless gun carry law—commonly referred to as “constitutional carry”—with no required training as was previously the case. The Senate passed the bill 23-9 on March 18, and the House gave the bill a nod on…

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EASTER COLORING CONTEST WINNERS

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  CoCongatulations to the winners in the annual Buffalo River Review Easter Coloring Contest. Sponsored by FirstBank, Food Giant, and the Bank of Perry County, entries were accepted in two age groups: four to seven, and eight to ten. Prizes in each division were $20, $15, and $10 for first, second, and third. In the younger…

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SEARCH AND INVESTIGATION ONGOING IN MISSING WOMAN CASE

If the investigation into the case of a missing Perry County woman results in a suspected homicide, a substantial reward will be offered, Sheriff Nick Weems told the Review, but that determination has not yet been made. Foul play has not been ruled out because evidence taken from the home suggests that possibility. Roseanna Zadakaus,…

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BENEFIT FOR KIMBLE THIS SUNDAY

A benefit for Debbie & Greg Kimble will be held this Sunday, April 18, 2021, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at Azbill Community Center in Linden. Proceeds will help pay medical bills related to Debbie’s heart condition. Plate lunches of smoked BBQ or BBQ chicken quarters, baked beans, coleslaw, drink, and dessert for $10 will…

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PERRY COUNTY SCHOOLS LEARNING CAMPS

Perry County Schools will offer free Summer Learning Camps at Linden Elementary  for rising first through fifth grade students, and at Linden Middle for rising sixth through eighth graders. Camps will be four days a week for four weeks beginning Tuesday, June 1, and ending Thursday, June 24, from 7:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.. Students…

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PERRY COUNTY SCHOOLS’ NEW APP & WEBSITE

  Perry County Schools is pleased to announce that its new app is now live and will provide immediate notifications on events, closures, sports scores, cafeteria menus, news updates—even emergency notifications. Along with the launching of the app, Perry County Schools also has a newly designed website: perrycountyschools.us. Perry County Schools is launching a new…

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DO YOU QUALIFY FOR UTILITY BILL ASSISTANCE?

Are you or someone you know struggling to afford your energy bills right now? A federally funded program may be able to help. The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, known as LIHEAP, assists in paying your home energy costs through a direct payment to your utility account with Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative. Eligibility requirements…

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