Bubbles is the featured pet of the week at Monroe County Animal Shelter.
With the arrival of spring, we begin fertilizing our lawns, shrubs, trees and plants so they look healthy, dark green and beautiful. Isn’t this what we all want?
Kiwanis Club of Tellico Village member Kevin Meyer put together a drive-through fundraiser Friday to support Loudon County Animal Shelter and the Good Samaritan Center of Loudon County while practicing social distancing.
Tellico Village homeowners in partnership with local fishery and government officials are continuing to push solutions that will protect Loudon County waters from a potential Asian carp invasion.
Members of the Community Church at Tellico Village and Good Shepherd Center worked together in hopes of ensuring area children have food to eat while they’re out of school.
The Art Guild of Tellico Village was forced to cancel a number of events and workshops due to COVID-19 but members remain hopeful for the rest of the year and into the future.
Bill Sitler, with wife Ruth, celebrated his 90th birthday recently when family and friends from Shepherd of the Lake Lutheran Church held a drive-by birthday party. More than 28 cars and one lawnmower participated in the parade passing the Sitler house. The Rev. Ingrid Schalk, church pastor,…
Churches across Tellico Village have shut their doors over the last month but will look to soon reopen following Gov. Bill Lee’s decision to end a statewide safer-at-home order.
Student winners of the Voice of Democracy contest sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12135 include Lenoir City High School student Graysen Halverson, who with five classmates received certificates of merit and cash awards.
Gov. Bill Lee recently announced a plan to give $200 million statewide in support grants for safety and local infrastructure that should soon benefit Loudon County and local cities.
Two Tellico Village residents have made it their mission to provide personal protection equipment to various fire and police departments and hospitals in the area for the last three weeks and into the foreseeable future.
The Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations recently released a report identifying several infrastructure needs in the state and highlighted top priorities in Loudon County.
As we face unprecedented and uncertain times, I want to assure you that the Tellico Village Property Owners Association remains fully functional, stable and capable of meeting your needs. While operations may look a little different, we are committed to serving property owners.
The rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus and the responses seen and heard around the world have dominated the 24-hour news cycle and affected every person in this country in ways big and small.
Tellico Village is rallying together to take preventative measures against the coronavirus pandemic while striking a balance between physical, mental and spiritual health.