Important Information from Fort Loudoun Electric Cooperative

An Announcement from Fort Loudoun Electric Fort Loudoun Electric Cooperative (FLEC) is releasing the following announcement regarding recent power outages that affected part of its membership. First, Fort Loudoun Electric Cooperative’s phone number is 1-877-353-2674 (1-877-FLEC-ORG). Please record this number so it is easily found in times of a power outage. I apologize for the […]
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Madisonville Lions Club Talent Show

The Madisonville Lions Club raises money to help buy eye exams and glasses for the less fortunate. Join us on Saturday, August 11 at 7:00 pm! (View event details and location here)  1st Place – $100.00 2nd Place – $75.00 3rd Place – $50.00 Admission: Individual ticket – $5.00, Family ticket $15.00 Refreshments will be available. […]
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Williams Honored by Sheriff in Ceremony

Monroe County TN Sheriff Bill Bivens Honors Deputy
Williams Honored by Sheriff in Ceremony A newly hired deputy with the Monroe County Sheriff ’s Department received a Life Saving Award on Thursday, after rescuing a choking man at the man’s home a day earlier. The department released the following statement: “One of Monroe County’s deputies will be presented with a Life Saving Award […]
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Advertise Online!

Monroe County TN News Publication Online Advertising Information
Do you advertise in the Monroe Buzz Newspaper?  If so… you can also advertise online!  Your ad will be visible to over 300 website visitors and mobile users each day! Ads rotate randomly and in no particular order.  Your ad link directly to your website. Contact the Buzz at 423-442-1635 or fill out the short […]
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“Rock House” Gets Historic Status

Preservation Alliance Releases 2012 Endangered List One of the most distinctive one-of-a-kind buildings in Madisonville has made the East Tennessee Preservation Alliance’s 2012 Endangered Heritage list. It is one of 16 surviving structures that have ties as far back as the Revolutionary War, the War Between the States, the Great Depression, and the country’s segregation […]
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Tornado Tears Through Tellico Plains

A devastatingly powerful tornado ripped through the heart of Tellico Plains in early afternoon on Friday, cutting a path of destruction through the town that barely missed the downtown square It walloped streets and neighborhoods, shearing power poles and snapping lines, uprooting trees, flattening homes and buildings, and wreaking a ruinous swath of carnage. Amazingly, […]
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