First confirmed COVID-19 case in Sequatchie County

A Sequatchie County resident has tested positive for COVID-19, according to Sequatchie County Executive Keith Cartwright and Dunlap Mayor Dwain Land. The case, the first known in the county, was confirmed on Tuesday morning, March 31. For more local COVID-19 updates, visit TheDunlap-Tribune.com or the Dunlap Tribune Facebook page. More information on the announcement is included in the April 2…

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Fugitive arrested at Dunlap home:

Robert Lee Neal, 29, was arrested in a multi-unit operation Monday afternoon, March 30, Sheriff Coy Swanger reports. Neal had been sought since fleeing from police after being served a warrant on March 3. Neal’s charges include violation of probation for aggravated criminal trespassing in Sequatchie County General Sessions Court; theft under $1,000 and shoplifting…

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Children receive five days of breakfast, lunch meals

  Sequatchie County Schools’ staff packed and handed out 5,150 meals for children in hundreds of bags, during service to students and parents Thursday morning. Each bag has breakfast and lunch for five days apiece, with items such as milk, juice, sandwich meat and cheese, and cereal. The next serving day is planned for Thursday,…

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COVID-19 impacting community: Health-Business-Schools-Life

Physicians and dentists in Dunlap are working to continue services, while stressing safety for both visitors to their offices and staff. Individuals referred by a primary care physician or state health department can have a drive-thru appointment. Swabbing will take place while individuals remain in their vehicles, at the Industrial Park behind Mann+Hummel in Dunlap.…

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< 2019 >
March
  • 09

    Boy Scouts having fundraising breakfast

    All day
    Mar-09-19

    Boy Scout Troop 33 will host a fundraising breakfast on Saturday, March 9 from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. at Dunlap United Methodist Church to raise funds for summer camp. The menu includes scrambled eggs, biscuits, gravy, sausage, hash browns, pancakes and choice of juice, coffee or milk. Cost is $6 per person. Eggs to order are $1 extra.2T9-10S10

  • 09

    Propagation Class planned for March 9

    All day
    Mar-09-19

    The Sequatchie Valley Master Gardeners and UT Extension will be hosting a Propagation Class on Saturday, March 9 at 10:00 a.m. at Dunlap United Methodist Church, 1958 Main Street. Carol Mathews, an accomplished master gardener, speaker, and leader for the Hamilton County Master Gardeners, and has presented numerous classes in the Chattanooga area, the Master Gardeners state convention and the Master Gardeners international convention, will be sharing her expertise and passion for propagation. The class is open to the public. Contact the Extension office at 423-949-2611 to reserve an information packet for the program.

  • 12

    Pond management planned

    All day
    Mar-12-19

    On March 12, 2019, a Bledsoe and Sequatchie County Pond Management Field Day is being held at Perry Swafford’s Farm, near 6868 Lower East Valley Road in Pikeville (0.4 miles north of College Station Road). Aquatic weed management, fish sampling demonstration and stocking rates, pond sealing options and conservation programs are the topics to be discussed. A meal will be provided and door prizes given at this free event. For more information or to make reservations, call the UT Extension Bledsoe County office at (423) 447-2451. Commercial Pesticide Applicator points are available for those who attend. BT45S46

  • 14

    Meeting at Lewis Chapel Community Center

    All day
    Mar-14-19

    The regular monthly meeting of the Lewis Chapel Community Center will be held Thursday, March 14 at 7:00 p.m. EST. Everyone is welcome. T10S11

  • 14

    Paws and Claws to meet

    All day
    Mar-14-19

    The Paws and Claws Animal Shelter monthly meeting will be held Thursday, March 14 at 6:00 p.m. at the Bledsoe Telephone Co-op meeting room, located on Cumberland Avenue in Pikeville. Everyone is invited to attend.BT10S11

  • 15

    Band Clinic this week

    All day
    Mar-15-19-Mar-16-19

    The first Sequatchie Valley Small Band Clinic will be held Friday and Saturday, March 15-16 at Sequatchie County Middle School for bands from Bledsoe, Whitwell, South Pittsburg and Sequatchie. Registration and orientation begin Friday at 4:00 p.m., followed by rehearsals with clinicians at 5:00, pizza at 7:00, a concert by TTU Tuba Ensemble at 8:00, and dismissal at 9:00. Saturday’s schedule is rehearsal at 9:00 a.m., lunch at noon, rehearsals from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., dinner at 4:00, final rehearsal at 5:00, and a concert in the high school auditorium at 7:00. Admission is free to both concerts. BT11