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Gubernatorial candidate Beth Harwell tours Humboldt clinic

HUMBOLDT, Tenn. - A local clinic gets a visit from gubernatorial candidate Beth Harwell. Harwell toured the A Mother's Love clinic in Humboldt Friday. A Mother's Love is an opioid recovery program for addicted pregnant women. She said the model the clinic uses could be an example statewide for babie

WBBJTV.COM - 2017-11-18 02:32:26

Power outrages and severe storms in West Tennessee

MADISON COUNTY, Tenn. - Today's storms have caused 14 outages to over 3,00o of Gibson Electric Membership Corporation's members. There is now 308 members still without power. The largest outage occurred in Kentucky and affected parts of Fulton, Hickman, and Graves counties. Members are also affected

WBBJTV.COM - 2017-11-19 01:04:09

Thousands of items on sale at the Annual Christmas Cottage

JACKSON, Tenn. - Holiday spirit could be seen in west Jackson today at the Annual Christmas Cottage. Representatives said the event began yesterday as thousands of items went on sale. They said every item was either handmade or home baked by the family community education club. Members said they hav

WBBJTV.COM - 2017-11-19 03:29:19

Shots fired at North Side High School; School placed on brief lockdown

JACKSON, Tenn.- Jackson police are investigating after a report of shots fired at North Side High School late Friday night. Officers were called to the school just after 9:30 p.M. According to the Madison County Sheriff's Department, shots were fired in the parking lot of the school. Jackson police

WBBJTV.COM - 2017-11-18 10:20:58

JPD: North Side high school placed on brief lockdown

JACKSON, Tenn. - Jackson police have confirmed North Side High School was placed on a brief lockdown Friday evening. Jackson police were called to the scene along with investigators. Information is limited at this time. We have a crew heading to the scene. Stay with WBBJ 7 Eyewitness News on air and

WBBJTV.COM - 2017-11-18 04:44:09

JFD, Salvation Army team for Angel Tree Toy Drive

JACKSON, Tenn.- The Jackson Fire Department and Salvation Army are spreading holiday cheer. The first ever Angel Tree Toy Drive kicked off Friday at the Old Hickory Mall. Organizers said the goal is to make sure families in need have a holiday season they will never forget. New toys can be donated a

WBBJTV.COM - 2017-11-18 04:38:32

JEA workers help students drop eggs on school lawn - for science

JACKSON, Tenn. - Dozens of students from Pope Elementary School got a unique chance Friday afternoon to test their science experiments as Jackson Energy Authority workers helped them drop eggs on the school lawn. Fifth and sixth grade classes at Pope used the egg drop as a hands-on project for their


Customers shop Blue Friday at Goodwill

JACKSON, Tenn. - Bargain hunters save big on Blue Friday. It's a day for customers to shop thrift at Goodwill. Customers shopped Blue Friday at Goodwill on Vann Drive in Jackson. Glorida McClain said she showed up 30 minutes before the store opened. "I was the first one here at 8:30 a.m. and I went


Let there be light in the park

Christmas Tree Walk has become a popular part of Gallipolis in LIghts File photo The iconic Gallipolis City Park bandstand all decked out in Christmas lights and other decorations. File photo The lighted manger scene made a return appearance at Gallipolis in Lights. File photo This scene welco


Beckett discusses winter-time fire safety

For The Logan Banner LOGAN - The recent cold weather that has hit the area has caused many folks to break out the space heaters and to fire up the fireplaces and kerosene heaters, too. But a little bit of thought towards safety can go a long way towards avoiding a disaster, notes Logan Fire Chief Sc


Steward an integral part of Butte's mining history

Like its neighbor, the Original Mine, the Steward has withstood the test of time. Deep within its depths, the mine, in its heyday, yielded its fair share of minerals. Of course, each Butte mine has its unique history. But what makes the Steward stand out is the fact that the mine was not only one of

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-11-19 07:00:00

Two-year mark: Looking back - and ahead - at trash collection, recycling in Butte

Change doesn't always go over well in Butte, Montana. That's why local officials spent months and months pitching major changes to the way trash is collected here as well as a voluntary recycling program before setting the new programs in motion two years ago. Among the officials' selling points for

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-11-19 13:00:00

Butte outdoorsman honored for conservation efforts

DILLON -- Montana Western alum Tony Schoonen of Butte was recently inducted into the Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame. These honors are presented by the Montana Outdoor Legacy Foundation, a philanthropic group which raises funds for conservation efforts throughout the state. Schoonen's love of the outdo

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-11-18 22:00:00

A Montana copper star honors Butte

A four-foot-wide, five-foot-tall copper star will adorn "The People's Tree," an Engelmann Spruce from the Kootenai National Forest that is on its way to Washington, D.C. to be lit in front of the U.S. Capitol. The star, designed, planned and funded by the Washington Companies, owner of Montana Resou

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-11-18 02:30:00

A week in Butte from the lens of Instagram

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Temporary homeless shelter to open Friday evening in Uptown Butte

A temporary emergency shelter will open its doors Friday evening at 304 N. Main St. in Uptown Butte after weeks of behind-the-scenes work to find a place to house the homeless. Margie Seccomb, executive director of the nonprofit Action Inc., said Thursday that two full-time case managers will start


At least 72 men killed in Steward Mine

The informative sign outside the Steward Mine notes 79 mine deaths occurred during its more than 100-year history. However, according to lists found at the Butte Archives, 72 men died. Thirty-five of those deaths occurred from 1910 to 1929. The year with the most deaths at the Steward was 1924. Only

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-11-19 07:00:00

Business Briefcase published Sunday 11-19-17

Ryan O'Connell has opened Aspen Medical Solutions, a professional medical billing and practice management company in Helena. The company serves individual and small group medical and dental practices, handling the entire insurance billing process including filing claims, following rejected or denied

INDEPENDENT RECORD - 2017-11-19 13:00:00

Tomahawk shooting death remains under investigation; suspect in custody.

Officers of the Tomahawk Police Department along with assistance from other local and state agencies continue to investigate a homicide which occurred Thursday evening in the City of Tomahawk. According to a press release issued by the department earlier this afternoon, on the evening of November 16


Governor Walker declares Nov. 20 as Snowplow Driver Appreciation Day in Wisconsin

Snowplow drivers provide a vital public service that supports public safety and mobility Governor Scott Walker has proclaimed Monday, Nov. 20, as Snowplow Driver Appreciation Day in Wisconsin. The Governor's proclamation notes that Wisconsin's approximately 2,000 municipal snowplow drivers provide a