The Daily Brief….March 3, 2024

The Daily Brief….March 3, 2024

The Daily Brief….March 3, 2024

STORIES- Traffic alert, Missing teen, Schools out, vote…


ROBERTSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) –  The Daily Brief covers alerts and social media posts that don’t make it 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 Sunday, March 3, 2024. So, if you are not on Social media, Smokey’s Daily Brief will keep you in the loop!

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Betts Road and Lights Chapel Rd MAP -we have a reported injury crash at that location. Watch for first responders in the roadway and expect delays.

Kenneys Rd and Matthew Rd -an RV has the road blocked. MAP The front end is dangling in the air. Expect delays. UPDATE: ROAD CLEAR

UPDATE: 6:25 PM We have an additional fender bender (non-injury crash) a few blocks up at Kinneys Rd & Washington Road. Officials say there’s no apparent connection between the two accidents.

TRAFFIC ALERT:5:51 pm We have a vehicle on its side in the 3400 block of Edgar Dillard Rd.  Reported as an injury crash. Expect delays. The crash is right there at Smiley Hollow Rd at the curve. MAP

REMINDER: Vote Tuesday (No School Mon. & Tues.)
No school for students Monday and Tuesday…Monday, March 4 is a professional development day for Robertson County Schools. No students will be in school that day and on Tuesday schools will be closed because of the elections. Schools will resume their normal schedule on Wednesday.
Voters, we’ve done our best to consolidate the information for you using a forward time scale on who is running for what. For those of you thinking of running for any of the many seats coming up for election on the August or November ballot of this year, Smokey Barn News has packaged everything up in a special report available here. CLICK HERE

DAY SEVEN…  Where is Sebastian? 
As the search for 15-year-old Sebastian Rogers enters another critical day, here’s how you can make a crucial difference:
CONTACT US: Contact us with any information you may have
• Detective Carter at 615-442-1865 or [email protected]
• TBI Agent Simmons at 1-800-TBI-FIND or [email protected]
• Sumner County Sheriff’s Office at 615-451-3838.
CAMERAS: Surveillance Footage and Trail Cameras
We’re asking everyone in the area to meticulously review footage from security and trail cameras. Please focus on the timeframe from SUNDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH MONDAY MORNING. We believe even the smallest detail could be the key to locating Sebastian.
• What to Look For: ANY FOOTAGE, no matter how seemingly insignificant. ANY movements, vehicles, or individuals.
• How to Share: Register here then send an email to [email protected] or call (615) 442-1865 and we will physically retrieve the footage.
SEARCH: Leave No Stone Unturned
Continue thorough searches of your property:
• Where to Look: In, under, and around all possible areas – sheds, garages, under tarps, in dense brush, etc. Think of places where a child might seek shelter or could accidentally become trapped.
Sheriff-> “Thank you for your attention and for all that you’re doing to help. Let’s keep hope alive and work together for Sebastian’s safe return.”


RC Schools Job Fair til March 12


RC Schools Education Job Fair Set For March 12th

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