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Feature Article #1

Opening Soon…VERY soon

This Saturday, April 1, Glade residents will be able to enjoy the facilities at Stonehenge Golf Club — including the new outdoor patio (above) that is under roof (there is also a section where patrons can enjoy the sunshine). Pictured below right, that is not a mound of snow, rather bunker sand. It was spotted […]

March 29th, 2017 | Continued

Feature Article #2

Meetings on Village Center and Concert Park plans set

For The Vista The Fairfield Glade Community Club will be hosting more Town Hall meetings for the proposed Village Center and Concert Park Conceptual Plans on March 27th and March 29th. The Town Hall meetings will be held in the conference center at 3 P.M. and 7 P.M. each day.  The meetings are intended to […]

March 23rd, 2017 | Continued

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Feature Article #3

Great AARF Adventure

A Glade couple do what they can for critters By JIM ARBER For The Vista It’s 8 P.M. on Friday, January 27th. It’s cold, dark with a light dusting of snow on the ground. Not a real cheerful setting for the start of a long road trip. Nevertheless, our fearless travelers are ready and anxious […]

March 17th, 2017 | Continued

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Feature Article #4

And so it begins…

Just as it said it would — and as reported in last week’s issue of The Vista — the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) accomplished a significant amount of work last week on the long-awaited Peavine Road expansion project. Massive equipment leveled trees and brush along the path of the new route, as seen in […]

March 2nd, 2017 | Continued

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Feature Article #5

Road Work Ahead! Peavine Road project starts

Special to The Vista Fairfield Glade residents will begin to see more activity along Peavine Road (State Route 101) in the very near future. In the Tennessee Department of Transportation announced last week that work on the long-awaited project will gin with the contractor installing construction signs. Thereafter, erosion control measures will be implemented along […]

February 23rd, 2017 | Continued

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CMPC needs Residents’ help “In the Trenches” to fight Wind project

COMMENTARY By JAY MCCARTHY For The Vista This week has been an enlightening experience for all that either went to Nashville or watched via Internet the bill that the Cumberland Mountain Preservation Coalition (CMPC) sponsored to stop the Crab Orchard Industrial wind project. When the CMPC started this process of getting legislation passed over 8 […]

Help fight Diabetes one step at a time

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Winter’s Last Gasp?

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Tips provided to prevent home improvement fraud

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Rotary welcomes new members

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Sexton joins Bailey to discuss Wind Project

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Warning: Beware of Bears

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Martin finds law for County to use against Wind Farm

COMMENTARY By JAY MCCARTHY Special To The Vista Another Tuesday night at the fights at downtown city hall. In case you weren’t there, Glade resident Jim Martin —AKA (Mountain Man) — scored another TKO against Crossville Mayor Carey and the Cumberland County Commissioners. Over 6 months ago, our county commissioner Sandra Dutcher presented the mayor, […]

FGCC wants to talk about parking issues

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CHC signs up to sponsor Lions’ Diabetes Walk

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New technology? Some prefer old school

I’m not what you’d call a high tech sort of guy. I am not into the latest and hippest gadgets and gizmos. My favorite gadgets amount to the power seat in my SUV and its CD player. Truth is though, if they still made 8-track and cassette players I’d be all over that. Yes, I […]

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Lions Travelogue to take a trip to Tibet

By KEN STEADMAN, SEAN CASSIDY AND PATRICIA KEITH For The Vista The 2016-2017 Fairfield Glade Lions Club Travelogue Season is quickly coming to a close. Only two more film adventures remain for the season, March 6th and April 3rd. The March 6th adventure will take you to “Tibet – A light in the Darkness” and April […]

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Why We Live Here

Glade resident Mary Ferraro Smith got up early in the morning to capture this fantastic collage of beauty here in Fairfield Glade. Taken from the Fairfield North area looking out to the East, she took these four photos over a span of a half our — from 6:20 A.M. to 6:50 A.M. last Wednesday. She […]

Sexton, Bailey give support to County on Turbine issue

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Donation goal is near for truck

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