Pickett County Press

Pickett County Press
The Pickett County Press is one of the oldest businesses still in operation in Byrdstown. The first publication was printed in November 1962 and has carried forward throughout three generations of the Hill family. Grandfather Norman Hill was the first editor followed by Father James Hill as editor and publisher. The third generation began with Jamie Hill Garrett. In April 2005 at the age of 26 Amanda Hill Bond purchased the newspaper from her sister Jamie and remains the current editor and owner.
Pickett County Press is a member of the Tennessee Press Association and the Tennessee Coalition for Open Government. They focus on local items of interest in Byrdstown and surrounding communities of Pickett County, Tennessee. The newspaper covers local advertising, sports, business, community events, entertainment, lifestyle and health tips, devotional, politics, legal notices, classified ads, birthdays, anniversaries, obituaries, as well as letters to the editor.
 
Weekly publications circulate to residents of Pickett County and to non-residents across country. It is the perfect way to stay connected to family and friends. If you wish to hear the latest, please contact them to obtain your subscription.
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(931) 864-3675
23 Courthouse Square
Byrdstown, TN 38549
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