788 results total, viewing 781 - 788
Legacy Village of Cleveland, which is nearing its opening date later this fall , has named additional managers. Richmond Flowers was named chef of the new facility last week.Legacy Village is a new … more
Recently, Bradley County Farm Bureau President Chuck McSpadden attended the first-ever Tennessee Farm Bureau County Presidents Leadership Investment meeting at the organization’s state headquarters … more
Lee University’s first 100 years was the topic for the August monthly meeting of the Colonel Benjamin Cleveland Chapter, Tennessee Sons of the American Revolution. Dr. Louis … more
CHI Memorial’s mobile lung CT coach will provide computerized tomography screenings at city of Copperhill City Hall on Thursday, Aug. 30, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lung cancer screening is a test … more
“The Cleveland Pops” Band Prepares for New Season   more
CSCC to Offer New Recording Industry Class this Fall more
UT/TSU Extension Welcomes New Agriculture Agent Jason DeBusk   Agriculture has been in his blood from the beginning so working closely with farmers and homeowners is nothing new.    Jason DeBusk is the newest staff member of the UT/TSU Extension Office in Cleveland.  He was born into a family of farmers in Union County where they focused on sheep and beef. Even now, “many years later,” he says, Jason is still raising animals and farming to pass the legacy onto his children.   DeBusk was an active 4-H member who showed animals, competed on judging teams, and participated in a Young Farmers Exchange to New Zealand for five weeks in 1989.  He attended the University of Tennessee where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Ag-Business.  Upon graduating from college, he found work fitting livestock, sheering sheep, trimming hooves, and showing animals.  In 1996, he joined Chattanooga Ag Credit as a Loan Officer.  During his 20+ year career with Ag Credit, he climbed to positions of Branch Manager and Real Estate Appraiser.   When asked what brought him to work in Extension, Jason said, “Kim Frady, Bradley County Extension’s director, encouraged me to apply for the Ag position.  My kids show sheep and dairy and when I met up with Kim last fall, he said I would be a good fit for Extension.  I was always involved in 4-H and Extension from a young age so I was already familiar with it.”  The organization he grew up in as a 4-H member is now the organization for whom DeBusk works.    DeBusk’s expertise is in small farms, hay, forages, and livestock.  He lives in Riceville with his wife, Kerri, and their two children, Isaac and Grace.  DeBusk lives on and currently farms 250 acres so he comes to Bradley County as an Agriculture agent with many years of first-hand experience.   Contact Jason DeBusk at 423-728-7001 or for more information about UT/TSU Extension or if you have specific agricultural needs. more
« Prev | 1 73 | 74 | 75 | 76 | 77 | 78 | 79
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 90 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.


Print subscribers have FREE access to by registering HERE

Non-subscribers have limited monthly access to local stories, but have options to subscribe to print, web or electronic editions by clicking HERE

We are sorry but you have reached the maximum number of free local stories for this month. If you have a website account here, please click HERE to log in for continued access.

If you are a print subscriber but do not have an account here, click HERE to create a website account to gain unlimited free access.

Non-subscribers may gain access by subscribing to any of our print or electronic subscriptions HERE