The Unicoi County Chamber of Commerce has extended the Membership Matters Membership Drive through Friday, Feb. 28.
Chamber membership includes a variety of benefits, including networking with fellow Chamber members and community leaders, marketing and advertising, as well as business referrals and email marketing, Chamber Executive Director Amanda Delp said.
“I sincerely believe that a membership in the Unicoi County Chamber of Commerce can and does greatly benefit local business, industry, individuals, as well as our community,” she added. More...
Updated February 25, 2014 08:47:38 PMDemocrats announce meeting
The Unicoi County Democratic Party will meet Saturday, March 1, at 11 a.m. at Erwin Town Hall. This meeting will involve open discussion and allow residents to express ideas and thoughts about the county party's future.
During this meeting, the party’s next fundraiser will be discussed, in preparation for the Make it Blue Fundraiser, to be held on May 24 at 11 a.m. at Erwin Town Hall. The party will also discuss the continuing radio advertising campaign for Obamacare signup. The 2014 elections will also be discussed
The public is welcome to attend. Get involved and help our county, state and nation move forward. For more information, call 43-7608 or visit http://unicoi.tndcca.org More...
Updated February 25, 2014 08:47:24 PMNew officers bring experience to job
As the Unicoi County Animal Shelter continues to build its operations, the two new animal control officers have become a key part of not only helping build the shelter, but helping to educate those in the community with animal concerns.
The two new officers are Rick Stahl and Eric Rogers. They both have been working since January.
Both men have extensive experience in animal control and the impact of their combined expertise can already be seen around the community. More...
Updated February 25, 2014 08:46:54 PMGroup offers health insurance advice
Tracy Pate was at Unicoi County Memorial Hospital Thursday afternoon helping those interested get the proper advice and guidance for the health insurance marketplace.
Pate is with Project Access, a non-profit organization that assists with the uninsured around the community. The group has recently spread its wings to Unicoi County and aims to offer any medical insurance advice to anyone who feels they need it.
Thursday’s outing at Unicoi County Memorial Hospital brought in a total of 29 people, Pate said, 10 of which received direct assistance on site. More...