Westan Insurance Group in Union City has added a new agent to their team, Cody Martin. Cody is a native of Weakley County but has resided in Obion County for several years. He is a 2006 graduate of South Fulton High School and a 2014 graduate of John A. Gupton College with a degree in mortuary science. Cody started his career in Obion County as a mortician for a local funeral home in Union City. Upon a request from the Westan Group.
Job World, Inc., Inc., is a family owned and operated business that has been proudly serving the greater Obion County area for over 22 years. Founded by Gladys Davis in 1995, Job World, Inc., is a complete human resource service, specializing in industrial, clerical and professional job placements. We pride ourselves on serving both the needs of the Employer and the Employee to help bridge the gap and further the growth of our community. Our mission is to provide outstanding service and excellent personnel coupled with the most competitive rates in the industry.
The Obion County Public Library has been serving the area since the late 1930's. The collection was originally housed in the court house and has moved three times since then and is now located at 1221 E. Reelfoot Ave. The library averages over 2,000 patron visits a week and also contains the largest public library collection in West Tennessee outside of Jackson and Memphis. The mission of the Obion County Public Library is to enrich and improve the lives of the citizens of Obion County by providing them with a wide range of meaningful library materials and quality experiences.
In May of 1971, Woodrow Hardesty moved from Blytheville, Arkansas with his wife, Doris, and children, Rhonda, Debbie, and Woody, to Union City. After 25 years as a superintendent for Myers Bakers, he hoped that working with his brother installing carpet for Wade's Furniture and Moser and Jones Furniture stores would provide a stable standard of living for himself and his family.
Fast Pace Urgent Care is here when you need us. We are open seven days a week with extended hours. Patients can be seen by a provider without an appointment and with short wait times. Our team provides treatment for illnesses, aches, pains, injuries, and trauma; onsite lab tests, X-rays, and stitches; occupational health services; and various health screenings, tests, and physicals. We are a proud supporter of the Union City community.
WCMT-AM 1410 was the first radio station to begin broadcasting in Weakley County on June 1957. WCMT's call letters stand for "Weakley County, Martin, Tennessee" and was solely owned by Jones T. Sudbury of Blytheville, Arkansas. The property was purchased from Cliff and Virginia Weldon on highway 45 North which would later become known as North Lindell Street in Martin.
For 125 years, people in Dyersburg, Dyer County and across the state of Tennessee have depended on the strength and stability of First Citizens National Bank. Today, they are still the friendly faces that help guide you, your family and your business to a bright financial future. First Citizens offers a variety of services including: Checking Accounts, Commercial Loans, Mortgage Loans, Savings Accounts, Online and Mobile Banking, Investments, Retirement Accounts, plus much more.
This company's story starts with the son of a sharecropper that hitched a ride on a freight train from Tennessee to Chicago as a 14 year old seeking employment. This type of determination would go a long ways in the founder's life as he applied his willpower to care for his family. In 1940, John Bailey Simrell and his brother-in-law toiled over a way to create enough steam to commercially shape and block hats quickly and easily. The birth of the Jiffy Model J-1 resulted from those efforts as well as dozens of models to follow over the decades. When Mr. John added a hose and steam head attachment, the product morphed into a fabric steamer that removed wrinkles from clothing, draperies and other materials.
Goodwill Career Solutions in Union City offers free job services and training to those who are looking for work. What you may not know is that we also partner with local employers to connect them with qualified job candidates. We can also host job fairs for businesses, and we will even promote them for you.
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