The Daily Brief….February 24, 2024

The Daily Brief….February 24, 2024

The Daily Brief….February 24, 2024


ROBERTSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) –  The Daily Brief covers alerts and social media posts that don’t make out to our website. We have received numerous messages from Smokey readers that are not on social media and therefore miss many alerts. If you are not on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter (X) then this report is for you. This report (published daily) will mirror all of our social media accounts.  Updates will be added to the Daily Brief throughout the day.  Just reload this page to see the most current content for Saturday, February 24, 2024. So, if you are not on Social media, Smokey’s Daily Brief will keep you in the loop!

HAPPENING NOW 8:20 pm Saturday..
Governor Bill Lee spotted LIVE in Washington, D.C. at the National Governors Association annual meeting with President Biden.

TN/KY Firefighters Make “Good Stop” In Adairville

Firefighters from Olmstead Rural, Lewisburg, Auburn, Russellville Rural, Adairville and Adams made what firefighters call a “good stop” after a controlled burn spread to 2 adjacent structures in Adairville Saturday. The fire, which started around noon, was located on Riverview Drive just over the Tennessee/Kentucky border. MAP

The fire put off a good-sized plume of smoke that was visible for miles around, including residents in Robertson County. According to Assistant Fire Chief Fire Donnie Warren with the Adairville Fire Department, the fire started as a controlled burn and then spread to a storage building and onto an unoccupied trailer. Firefighters were able to keep the fire from spreading to numerous occupied dwellings nearby, one within 50 feet.

Assistant Chief Warren told Smokey Barn News that wind gusts were the catalyst that pushed the fire but the team did a great job containing it and preventing it from damaging occupied homes. Chief Warren wanted to extend his thanks to all the firefighters who came to assist today—“It was a great stop.” PHOTO: J.Jones

Man Found Shot After Crash In Springfield Early Saturday


The city of Springfield is now releasing more information about the man who was found shot and later died last Saturday night in front of O’Reilly Auto Parts on Memorial Blvd, including the names of the two shooting victims. For Smokey’s updated report CLICK HERE.


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