Veterans Benefits Seminar In Big Sandy Saturday Jan. 27th

There will be a seminar to explain Veterans Benefits on Saturday January 27 from 10am-2pn at the Big Sandy Senior Citizens Center. The free seminar will be sponsored by the American legion Post #228 in Big Sandy. All veterans are welcome. For more information you mat call Gary Evans at 901-299-4814 or 593-5737.

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Trick or Treat

pumpkin-187601_640Come join the fun October 31st and see who wins the Big Sandy business Halloween contest. Visit participating businesses and see your favorite waitress or bank teller getting into the “spirit” of Halloween.

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39th Annual Spring Festival a Big Success

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The Big Sandy Spring Festival started out Thursday May 22, 2014 with the Tommy Akers Band. Tommy plays southern rock and blues. They are well known throughout our region.

Friday, Big Sandy welcomed Jim Ed Brown to the stage. He played many of his top hits and a crowd favorite “Little Jimmy Brown”.  Then Judy and the Guys finished up the night with some great tunes.

The big day...

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2014 Crappiemasters Tournament

Big Sandy welcomed the BASS PRO SHOPS CRAPPIE MASTERS KENTUCKY LAKE National Qualifier & Tennessee State Championship

Sponsored by MidSouth Tackle Benton County, Big Sandy, TN.
May 2 & 3

LOCATION Benton County, Camden/Big Sandy, Tennessee

HOST Be...

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Snow and Ice Collapses Fire Hall’s Roof

The snow and ice that fell Sunday night wrecked havoc on the Big Sandy Fire Hall. The roof collapsed in over the fire truck bays trapping four of the fire vehicles. The building is a total loss, but hopefully  some of the trucks can be salvaged. Volunteers went to work immediately removing equipment and arranging for the trucks to be removed. John Allen Construction was contacted to remove the roof and debris off the trucks. Once the trucks were uncovered they were moved to David McDaniel’s garage.  Emergency Management Services have been notified to provide additional fire protection to the Big Sandy residents. The Town of Big Sandy’s pumper truck #1 was one of the damaged trucks.  The extent of the damage has not been determined...

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