Thursday, February 22nd @ 10 AM
Where: 401 Perkins Street
Union City, Tennessee
Datt Consulting provides IT Services, Managed Services, and computer repair for businesses and residential customers.
Thursday, February 15th
Open house: 10 AM - 2 PM
Ribbon cutting: 11 AM
Where: 1304 W Reelfoot Ave
Union City, Tennessee
You are invited to "Morning Mingle", celebrating our 1st year in Union City
Where: Twin Oaks Technology (1203 South Ury Street)
When: February 14th 7:30-9:30 (come and go at your convenience)
Thank you for making this a great year! We look forward to serving you for many more.
Join Us for the Tiny Baker Ribbon Cutting! Monday, February 12th @ 11 AM
514 South 1st Street. Union City, Tennessee
Welcome to Obion County, WestStar Leadership Program! After the class toured Tyson and enjoyed a tremendous presentation by Complex Manager, Keith Riley, we hosted the class of 2018 at Discovery Park of America!
The class heard from County Mayor, Benny McGuire; Union City Mayor, Terry Hailey; Obion County Joint Economic Development Council , Lindsay Frilling; Representative Bill Sanderson; and Final Flight Outfitters Jon Ed Powers.
Only in Your State (Jan. 17, 2018) – Tennessee has some of the best and most beautiful places in the world. And from the Mississippi to the Smokies, you won’t find anything as beautiful and interesting as our small towns. With so much history, so many friendly people, and so much absolutely incredible food, there’s truly something for everyone. Read more here!
UT Center for Industrial Services
401 Perkins Street
Searcy Building Systems
2305 W. Main Street
1144 S. Sunswept Street
415 W. Main Street
514 S 1st Street
HOLIDAY HELP — Union City Police Department investigator Stan Haskins worked alongside other law enforcement officers and volunteers to unload a trailer of toys donated to Chimes for Charity through recent efforts involving Union City police and the Obion County Sheriff’s Department.
WINTER’S ARTWORK — Messenger outdoor columnist Brent Callicott visited Reelfoot Lake Wednesday and photographed what happens when brisk winds and waves combine with bitterly cold temperatures — the creation of winter ice sculptures in the cypress trees. While the weather is too cold for most humans — other than hunters — Callicott said he saw a pair of mature bald eagles during his visit to Kiwanis Park on Highway 21. While temperatures are expected to climb into the 30s for the next couple of days, bitter cold weather remains in the forecast with some nighttime lows reaching single digits. There is a 20 percent chance of snow predicted for Sunday.
UNION CITY, TN – 15-month-old Woods Rogers was the one millionth guest of Discovery Park of America, as CEO Jim Rippy had his clicker out to determine when the one-millionth visitor walked through the door on at 11:12 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017! Rippy said that he has been counting people and adding numbers everyday as the park edged closer to...Read article here
Check out the story of discovery park here!
JACKSON, Tenn. (Dec. 21, 2017) - Leaders Credit Union , a member-owned financial cooperative based in Jackson, Tenn., spread holiday cheer around the community with their second annual, “From Leaders with Love” project. Each branch and department adopted a project in the community and carried it out over the past... Read more here
UNION CITY, TN. Forty years ago, Sharon Winsett began her career in banking at the former Old & Third National Bank. She worked in what was called the “note window,” where she took payments and posted them manually on the back of notes before putting them into the computer. She went on to become a secretary and then an administrative assistant before assuming her role as a Loan Officer in 1985. Old & Third National Bank eventually became Commercial Bank and Trust Company (CBTC), but Sharon continued her work with the bank.
“I have seen many changes in banking and been through many transitions,” said Ms. Winsett. “From government regulations to the way customers handle their business, banking is different now than it was when I started to work. Technology has had a major impact on the banking industry.”
Ten years ago Kevin and Stacie Herrell opened the doors of Higher Ground Coffee Company for the first time. Thursday, Dec.14, marks the 10th anniversary of Higher Ground’s Union City location. From 7 p.m. until closing time, the community is invited to join them in celebrating this milestone at the coffee shop.
“Everyone is welcome! There will be food, fun, live music, door prizes, some of our favorite snacks and of course, lots of coffee,” Stacie said. “A couple of our biggest prizes will be a giveaway for free coffee for one year and a $250 Higher Ground Coffee Company gift card! The winner can either use the coffee for a year prize for one drink per week or for one bag of our locally roasted craft coffee each month, but you must be present to win.”
Amazing find by an area hunter! A 16pt Buck was killed last week in Obion County. Our wildlife, the beauty of our country settings, and the residents that appreciate this luxury are just a few of the reason a person would want to make Obion County their home. Green Score by local taxidermist was 171 3/8 but TWRA will officially score him after 90 days.