The Bledsonian-Banner

The Bledsonian-Banner The Bledsonian-Banner is a weekly newspaper for Pikeville and Bledsoe County, Tennessee. We publish the Sequatchie Valley Shopper and The Dunlap Tribune.
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The Bledsonian-Banner has been covering the news in Pikeville and Bledsoe County, Tennessee for over 125 years. Our office is nestled between Waldens Ridge and the Cumberland Plateau in the Sequatchie Valley in downtown Pikeville. We are owned by Valley Publishing Company, Inc. who also publishes The Dunlap Tribune and Sequatchie Valley Shopper.

Mission: To serve our community by being the news source for Pikeville and Bledsoe County, Tennessee while being helping our area businesses build their customer base through advertising with our publications.

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FEBRUARY 12 UPDATE: Six new positive cases and six recoveries. Active cases remain at 83, of which approximately 76 are ...
02/12/2021

FEBRUARY 12 UPDATE: Six new positive cases and six recoveries. Active cases remain at 83, of which approximately 76 are from the general population and 7 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on February 11. Note, the numbers at BCCX are not updated daily, thus future posts may include data consolidation from the most recent prison information. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

FEBRUARY 11 UPDATE: Ten new positive cases and 11 recoveries. Active cases down to 83, of which approximately 76 are fro...
02/11/2021

FEBRUARY 11 UPDATE: Ten new positive cases and 11 recoveries. Active cases down to 83, of which approximately 76 are from the general population and 7 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on February 11. Note, the numbers at BCCX are not updated daily, thus future posts may include data consolidation from the most recent prison information. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

City Beer Board approves brewery downtown
02/10/2021
City Beer Board approves brewery downtown

City Beer Board approves brewery downtown

City Beer Board approves brewery downtown By Editor | February 9, 2021 | 0 The City of Pikeville Beer Board voted to approve a brewery in downtown Pikeville at a recessed meeting on Wednesday, February 10. During the meeting Alderwoman Jane Humble asked to be removed from the Beer Board. Humble was....

Smith signs with Bryan College
02/10/2021
Smith signs with Bryan College

Smith signs with Bryan College

Smith signs with Bryan College By Editor | February 10, 2021 | 0 Jack Smith, a home school student who plays soccer for Bledsoe County High School, has signed to continue his education and athletic career at Bryan College. Smith, a 6’4 midfielder for the Warriors Soccer team, said he is excited to...

There’s a Song in My Heart released by Hawn
02/10/2021
There’s a Song in My Heart released by Hawn

There’s a Song in My Heart released by Hawn

There’s a Song in My Heart released by Hawn By Editor | February 10, 2021 | 0 The musical talents of Timothy Hawn have delighted many since he started playing the piano and singing at a young age. At 21, the Pikeville native, has composed and released his first single, “There’s a Song in My He...

FEBRUARY 10 UPDATE: 38 new positive cases and 30 recoveries. Active cases up to 84, of which approximately 80 are from t...
02/10/2021

FEBRUARY 10 UPDATE: 38 new positive cases and 30 recoveries. Active cases up to 84, of which approximately 80 are from the general population and 4 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on February 8. Be advised one death previously reported on January 20 was removed from the county total with no explanation given by TDH. Note, the numbers at BCCX are not updated daily, thus future posts may include data consolidation from the most recent prison information. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

FEBRUARY 9 UPDATE: 17 new positive cases and 22 recoveries. Active cases down to 75, of which approximately 71 are from ...
02/09/2021

FEBRUARY 9 UPDATE: 17 new positive cases and 22 recoveries. Active cases down to 75, of which approximately 71 are from the general population and 4 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on February 8. Note, the numbers at BCCX are not updated daily, thus future posts may include data consolidation from the most recent prison information. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see this week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

City Beer Board postpones vote on brewery approval
02/09/2021
City Beer Board postpones vote on brewery approval

City Beer Board postpones vote on brewery approval

City Beer Board postpones vote on brewery approval By Editor | February 9, 2021 | 0 The City of Pikeville Beer Board voted to recess their meeting until Wednesday, February 10, to get more information about legal guidelines of approving a brewery in Pikeville from their attorney. Prior to the Beer B...

FEBRUARY 6-8 UPDATE: 18 new positive cases and 2 recoveries. Active cases up to 80, of which approximately 70 are from t...
02/08/2021

FEBRUARY 6-8 UPDATE: 18 new positive cases and 2 recoveries. Active cases up to 80, of which approximately 70 are from the general population and 10 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on February 5. Note, the numbers at BCCX are not updated daily, thus future posts may include data consolidation from the most recent prison information. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see this week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

FEBRUARY 5 UPDATE: Eight new positive cases and 14 recoveries. Active cases back down to 64, of which approximately 54 a...
02/05/2021

FEBRUARY 5 UPDATE: Eight new positive cases and 14 recoveries. Active cases back down to 64, of which approximately 54 are from the general population and 10 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on February 4. Note, the numbers at BCCX are not updated daily, thus future posts may include data consolidation from the most recent prison information. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

FEBRUARY 4 UPDATE: 14 new positive cases and eight recoveries. Active cases back up to 70, of which approximately 63 are...
02/04/2021

FEBRUARY 4 UPDATE: 14 new positive cases and eight recoveries. Active cases back up to 70, of which approximately 63 are from the general population and 7 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on February 2. Note, the numbers at BCCX are not updated daily, thus future posts may include data consolidation from the most recent prison information. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

FEBRUARY 3 UPDATE: Four new positive cases and ten recoveries. Active cases back down to 64, of which approximately 57 a...
02/03/2021

FEBRUARY 3 UPDATE: Four new positive cases and ten recoveries. Active cases back down to 64, of which approximately 57 are from the general population and 7 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on February 2. Note, the numbers at BCCX are not updated daily, thus future posts may include data consolidation from the most recent prison information. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

FEBRUARY 2 UPDATE: Four new positive cases and four recoveries. Active cases remain at 70, of which approximately 63 are...
02/02/2021

FEBRUARY 2 UPDATE: Four new positive cases and four recoveries. Active cases remain at 70, of which approximately 63 are from the general population and 7 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on February 1. Note, the numbers at BCCX are not updated daily, thus future posts may include data consolidation from the most recent prison information. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

Man dies in custody, body sent for autopsy
02/02/2021
Man dies in custody, body sent for autopsy

Man dies in custody, body sent for autopsy

Man dies in custody, body sent for autopsy By Editor | February 2, 2021 | 0 A Pikeville man died in transport to Erlanger Sequatchie Emergency Department after being bitten on the leg by Bledsoe County Sheriff’s Department K-9 Orton on Sunday night, January 31, according to an offense report provi...

Vaccinations performed at nursing home
02/02/2021
Vaccinations performed at nursing home

Vaccinations performed at nursing home

Vaccinations performed at nursing home By Editor | February 2, 2021 | 0 The first Bledsoe County Nursing Home (BCNH resident to get his initial dose of the COVID-19 vaccine was happy to get it over with after months of waiting for it to arrive. That first resident vaccinated is a familiar face in Bl...

Crash is reminder to stop at STOP sign
02/02/2021
Crash is reminder to stop at STOP sign

Crash is reminder to stop at STOP sign

Crash is reminder to stop at STOP sign By Editor | February 2, 2021 | 0 A crash at the intersection of Spring and North Grove Street on Thursday, January 26, is a reminder for drivers to pay attention to stop signs at intersections in downtown Pikeville. For more see the February 4 issue of The Bled...

FEBRUARY 1 UPDATE: Five new positive cases and 3 recoveries. Active cases up to 70, of which approximately 62 are from t...
02/01/2021

FEBRUARY 1 UPDATE: Five new positive cases and 3 recoveries. Active cases up to 70, of which approximately 62 are from the general population and 8 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on January 29. Note, the numbers at BCCX are not updated daily, thus future posts may include data consolidation from the most recent prison information. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see this week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

JANUARY 29-31 UPDATE [Be advised the February 1 update will be released this afternoon once available.]: Thirty-five new...
02/01/2021

JANUARY 29-31 UPDATE [Be advised the February 1 update will be released this afternoon once available.]: Thirty-five new positive cases and 23 recoveries. Active cases up to 68, of which approximately 60 are from the general population and 8 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on January 29. Note, the numbers at BCCX are not updated daily, thus future posts may include data consolidation from the most recent prison information. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see this week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

01/29/2021

The Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) has not yet released the daily COVID-19 update for Friday, January 29, as of 5:00 p.m. due to a "technical issue," thus The Bledsonian-Banner's weekday COVID-19 update for Friday will be included along with data from the weekend on Monday, February 1. Visit https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html to view data whenever it is posted by TDH.

Pikeville woman loses life in accident
01/29/2021
Pikeville woman loses life in accident

Pikeville woman loses life in accident

Pikeville woman loses life in accident By Editor | January 29, 2021 | 0 A Pikeville woman lost her life in a single-vehicle accident on U.S. Highway 127 south of Pikeville near Hubbard on Thursday evening, January 28. Sandra Angel, 53, was traveling northbound on U.S. 127 when her vehicle exited the...

JANUARY 28 UPDATE: Three new positive cases and three recoveries. Active cases remain at 56, of which 48 are from the ge...
01/28/2021

JANUARY 28 UPDATE: Three new positive cases and three recoveries. Active cases remain at 56, of which 48 are from the general population and 8 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on January 28. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27 UPDATE: Five new positive cases and 10 recoveries. Active cases down to 56, of which 44 are from t...
01/27/2021

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27 UPDATE: Five new positive cases and 10 recoveries. Active cases down to 56, of which 44 are from the general population and 12 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on January 26. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

Nursing Home resident is latest COVID-19 death
01/27/2021
Nursing Home resident is latest COVID-19 death

Nursing Home resident is latest COVID-19 death

Nursing Home resident is latest COVID-19 death By Editor | January 27, 2021 | 0 The Tennessee Department of Health reported the first COVID-19 patient death for Bledsoe County Nursing Home (BCNH) last week. BCNH Infection Preventionist Vicki Sweatt Boynton confirmed one patient had passed while diag...

Bledsoe County’s child wellbeing ranks 77th in state
01/27/2021
Bledsoe County’s child wellbeing ranks 77th in state

Bledsoe County’s child wellbeing ranks 77th in state

Bledsoe County’s child wellbeing ranks 77th in state By Editor | January 27, 2021 | 0 Bledsoe County ranks in the lowest quarter of Tennessee counties on child wellbeing, according to a report by the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth (TCCY). Data from 38 categories analyzed by TCCY ranked...

TUESDAY, JANUARY 26 UPDATE: [The TDH Data release was delayed until after 5:00 p.m. yesterday. The Wednesday, January 27...
01/27/2021

TUESDAY, JANUARY 26 UPDATE: [The TDH Data release was delayed until after 5:00 p.m. yesterday. The Wednesday, January 27 update will be posted this afternoon once released.] Six new positive cases and 12 recoveries. Active cases down to 61, of which 49 are from the general population and 12 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on January 26. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

JANUARY 23-25, 2021 UPDATE: 12 new positive cases and 16 recoveries. One new hospitalization reported on Jan. 25. Active...
01/25/2021

JANUARY 23-25, 2021 UPDATE: 12 new positive cases and 16 recoveries. One new hospitalization reported on Jan. 25. Active cases down to 67, of which 55 are from the general population and 12 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on January 25. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see this week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

JANUARY 22, 2021 UPDATE: Ten new positive cases and 22 recoveries. Active cases DOWN to 71, of which 62 are from the gen...
01/22/2021

JANUARY 22, 2021 UPDATE: Ten new positive cases and 22 recoveries. Active cases DOWN to 71, of which 62 are from the general population and 9 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on January 21. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

JANUARY 21, 2021 UPDATE: Six new positive cases and six recoveries. Active cases steady at 83, of which 74 are from the ...
01/21/2021

JANUARY 21, 2021 UPDATE: Six new positive cases and six recoveries. Active cases steady at 83, of which 74 are from the general population and 9 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on January 21. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

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01/20/2021

The Bledsonian-Banner's cover photo

JANUARY 20, 2021 UPDATE: One new death reported today, plus five new positive cases and 15 recoveries. Active cases DOWN...
01/20/2021

JANUARY 20, 2021 UPDATE: One new death reported today, plus five new positive cases and 15 recoveries. Active cases DOWN to 83, of which 73 are from the general population and 10 are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on January 20. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

Nursing home has new COVID case, one recovery
01/20/2021
Nursing home has new COVID case, one recovery

Nursing home has new COVID case, one recovery

Nursing home has new COVID case, one recovery By Editor | January 20, 2021 | 0 Bledsoe County Nursing Home (BCNH) has reported its fifth COVID-19 case after announcing its first case on December 31, according to Infection Preventionist Vicki Sweatt Boynton with BCNH. Boynton said BCNH is happy to re...

Sapp named Assistant DA
01/20/2021
Sapp named Assistant DA

Sapp named Assistant DA

Sapp named Assistant DA By Editor | January 20, 2021 | 0 Pikeville native Cara Rains Sapp joins the 12th Judicial District Attorney General office as an Assistant District Attorney, announced District Attorney Mike Taylor. Taylor appointed Sapp to the position on January 1. “I am pleased to announ...

Tracey Cagle appointed to serve as Bledsoe County Trustee
01/20/2021
Tracey Cagle appointed to serve as Bledsoe County Trustee

Tracey Cagle appointed to serve as Bledsoe County Trustee

Tracey Cagle appointed to serve as Bledsoe County Trustee By Editor | January 19, 2021 | 0 The Bledsoe County Commission re-appointed Tracey Cagle to serve as Bledsoe County Trustee until the 2022 election—after the winner of the November election declined to take the office late last year due to ...

JANUARY 19, 2021 UPDATE: Seven new positive cases and 10 recoveries. Active cases DOWN to 94, of which 87 are from the g...
01/19/2021

JANUARY 19, 2021 UPDATE: Seven new positive cases and 10 recoveries. Active cases DOWN to 94, of which 87 are from the general population and seven are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on January 15. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

JANUARY 16-18, 2021 UPDATE: 16 new positive cases and 17 recoveries. Active cases at 97, of which 90 are from the genera...
01/18/2021

JANUARY 16-18, 2021 UPDATE: 16 new positive cases and 17 recoveries. Active cases at 97, of which 90 are from the general population and seven are among inmates at BCCX, according to BCCX data released by the Tennessee Department of Correction on January 15. The age breakdown of all cases reported is below. For more, see next week’s issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Data: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html.

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Paws and Claws - A Change in Focus In 2009, in response to concerns about the number of stray animals in the greater Pikeville area, a group of citizens organized to form a group named “The Pikeville Animal Shelter Committee”. Through a school contest the name of the group became “Paws and Claws Animal Shelter” and was chartered and registered as a 501 (C) (3) charitable organization with the intent of establishing a brick and mortar animal shelter somewhere in the valley. The group tried for 9 years to obtain funding to purchase land and build a physical shelter to have a place to put these abandoned animals. Alas, after years of trying, neither a suitable site or a sustainable source of income could be found to move the project forward. It takes quite a bit of time, money, and resources to equip and staff such a facility. Therefore, it was decided that Paws and Claws needed to change our focus and set a more reasonable goal to help address our stray animal issue. In January of 2020, a new slate of officers was elected to take over the reins of Paws and Claws. Jim Fawcett was elected President, Amy Nunally was elected Vice President, Debb Fawcett was elected Secretary, and Karen Terry was elected as Treasurer. Due to unexpected issues, Jim could not carry out his term as President. I was asked to assume the position of President for the rest of the term and agreed as long as I had the support of the membership. I did and happily assumed the role at our February meeting. The first order of business was to change our focus by revising our by-laws. Several meetings were held during February between the officers and members at large of the Board of Directors to move away from trying to build and support an animal shelter to one of doing what we could to control the growth of stray and abandoned animals and to find and place as many as we could in forever homes. At our March 2020 meeting, that new set of Bylaws was presented and approved by those members who were in attendance. We are setting a new course but we need the public’s help. We need foster homes. Folks willing to take in a cat or a dog for a period of time while we work to find them a forever home. Paws and Claws will supply food, limited fencing as needed, we will loan the foster family a kennel to secure the animal in the home if needed, and we will pay any veterinary expenses incurred by the foster animal. Right now, most of the fostering has been done by the officers and members of Paws and Claws. We have had many successes in finding homes for over 60 dogs and puppies. Perhaps the best known of these are the Piggly-Wiggly dogs whom the public named Starsky and Mumzee. Mumzee had a litter of 9 puppies in, of all places, an abandoned barbeque pit behind the closed Grannies Restaurant. Paws and Claws stepped in with a new large dog house that was placed in a fenced area behind the Lee’s Floor Coverings store across the street and the pups were transferred to the new location. Starsky and Mumzee, of course, followed them there. Here I need to mention Jacob Hitchcox and Skylar Lehman, who through much patience and a great love for animals cared for them all and made it possible for Mumzee and Starsky to have a much better life. The other avenue Paws and Claws is pursuing is animal population control via an assisted Spay and Neutering program. If someone has a pet but cannot afford to have them spayed or neutered, Paws and Claws will assist that person with that expense via a voucher program we have in place with area veterinarian service providers. We are trying to expand the list of service providers as we speak. For more information about our voucher program, please contact us at 423-447-4297. If you have a feral cat population problem one of our sister organizations, Critterz, can help you with that. They will trap, spay/neuter them, and release them back to the area they came from. On-line applications for becoming a foster family and for applying for a spay and neuter voucher can be found on our web site at: http://www.tnpawsandclaws.com/ Lastly, Paws and Claws is proud to support and to have the support of area animal welfare groups such as Critterz, Maringa Animal Sanctuary, Safe Haven, and East Tennessee Alliance for Animals (ETAA). Without their support, we could not do what we do. We are all working together to address the issues the area has with animal control and welfare. Our meetings are on the second Thursday of each month. Our current meeting place is at the Pikeville Senior Citizens Center. The meetings start at 6PM. We would love to see you there. Sincerely, Bruce D Herring – Acting President Paws and Claws – Pikeville, Tn
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SHAME ON THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT! I am very upset about the harassment that my daughter experienced without cause on 127 yesterday by DEPUTY CHASE ROBERTS and 3 other "back-up" officers called in for gang harassment. My daughter grew up in Bledsoe County. She is a young, stay-at-home mom. She was not speeding, and she has a clean driving record. Roberts tailed her from the 4-way to Hubbard chicken plant, trying to press her to speed. She did not. He pulled her over anyway and pressed her for 30 minutes, trying every way he could to find some infraction. She is a petite person and could not be a threat to anyone. When all of his diabolical attempts were thwarted, he even searched her car with the baby in it! This was a clear case of bullying--something we teach our children is WRONG. She has moved away but she says she was appalled that this happened in her home county, and she does not want to come back to visit anymore. This fiasco was a travesty of justice. Citizen harassment is not the role of the Sheriff's department. This is an EMBARRASSMENT to our community, and BRINGS SHAME to Chase's family and the Sheriff's department.
hope the above picture is a couple of months old.
Can someone please tell me where the DMV is in Crossville . Or the nearest one .
Can you tell me when Pikeville Elementary School will have their prek registration for the upcoming fall school year? And what time it would start?
Who are y'all trying to fool? Buy a paper for .75 cents each...but get a "1 week(1 paper)" subscription and have to pay $3? LMAO Y'all don't even keep your facebook updated.
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Please investigate the bullying at Bledsoe Middle school, my grandson was attacked and has a fractured knee because of the incident. The same child that did it has had 4 more incidents since then. What will it take to STOP this. The school has absolutely nothing to say, these children need to be expelled from the school for the year, not just a slap on the hand. At this rate these kids are headed straight for the prison system. Please , Bledsonian Banner stand up for the children and investigate this bully problem in the schools, before the injuries get any worse!