CMT News

  • Garth Brooks Finds the Fun in New Music
    Garth Brooks is almost done with Fun. On Monday night (Jan. 21), Brooks shared the news during his Inside Studio G on Facebook that his upcoming album will likely be released in the spring. “We’re going to probably wrap it up this week. Maybe one more session after this week,... Read more »
  • Music City Recap: Season 2, Episodes 5 and 6
    A GIF recap of CMT's original series Music City from episodes five and six.... Read more »
  • Last Weekend’s Greatest Hits
    It was a long holiday weekend — thanks to Martin Luther King Jr. — and the country world was full of artists reflecting on what that day means to them and to their fellow Americans. But there was also some sad news, from Lauren Alaina. She announced that she and... Read more »
  • Carly Pearce Begs Bullies to Be Kind
    Do better, people. Be thoughtful. Be nice. Be kind. And for God’s sake, stop shaming people. Carly Pearce had had an amazing show on Saturday (Jan. 19) at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Sioux City, Iowa, and was still on that stage high from that when she picked... Read more »
  • Tim McGraw on the 85/15 Rule
    Everything Tim McGraw said about his brand new fitness club, and the grand opening in Nashville.... Read more »

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  • Greene Center may host monthly auction
    The Greene Center may soon become a center for bargains.The Southern Jackson County Community Foundation, which oversees the center, is considering holding auctions at least once a month in order to raise funds.During a meeting Tuesday, Rhonda Barnette, owner of the Bargain House in Ripley, and Jackson County Commissioner Mitch... Read more »
  • Water project on Ravenswood council agenda
    A water-rate increase to help pay for major infrastructure renovations is on the agenda for the next meeting of Ravenswood City Council.The meeting is set for 7 p.m. Jan. 9 at Ravenswood City Hall located at 212 Walnut St. There will be an opportunity for public comment prior to the... Read more »
  • Seeing possibilities not disabilities
    The Buddy Club is an outreach group sponsored by the Special Olympics."Seeing the possibilities and not the disabilities," is the club’s motto.In 2014, Randall, Linda, and Randi Posten organized the Buddy Club in Jackson County.The Posten’s felt the need to have a group where individuals with disabilities or special needs... Read more »
  • Making spirits bright
    Saturday, Dec. 15, was a busy day at the Ripley Walmart.Local police officers were getting into the spirit of the holiday season through the Shop with a Cop program, while Jackson County Emergency Medical Service team members were loading up ambulances with toys for their Fill My Ambulance Toy Drive,... Read more »
  • Twenty-nine families available for adoption
    When the Adopt-A-Family screening committee met Thursday, they had 13 applications to review and evaluate. The committee approved 11 of those applications.Donations arriving Friday were: Premier Bank, Ravenswood $200 and Anonymously $80.New toys are arriving from the Marine Corps and other groups. This is a tremendous help.Volunteers are sorting and... Read more »