Author: Clint Eiland

Carroll Co. Jail inmates, puppies bond through program

CARROLL COUNTY, Tenn. -- A new program in a local jail is helping some furry friends find love. The Carroll County Jail has implemented the PADDLE program, or Prisoners and Dogs Developing Life Experience.…

Local cafe helps students with special needs

MILAN, Tenn. -- The Bulldog Cafe opened in late 2018 and is run by the work-based learning program at Milan High School, along with the school's special education students. "When he finally has to…

Mayor Jerry Gist reflects on years in office

JACKSON, Tenn. -- After 12 years as mayor of Jackson, Jerry Gist says he knew it was time for someone else to take the reigns. "At the end of that tenure, a little…

Local Girl Scouts meet with veterans for good cause

HUMBOLDT, Tenn. - On Tuesday, Girl Scouts from Service Unit 424 met with veterans at the Tennessee State Veterans Home, and, despite the age difference, they got along well. "I love to see the veterans and help them. They're my…

Experts offer tips to avoid tree-related power outages

JACKSON, Tenn. -- Bad weather across West Tennessee has led to hundreds of residents being temporarily without power. One reason for the outages? Fallen trees and branches. "We had eight to nine major outages…

Conger, Woods react to election results

JACKSON, Tenn. -- The morning after his mayoral victory, Scott Conger is wasting no time and says he's ready to go to work. "Trying to get in the swing of things today," Conger…