Americans With Disabilities Act
Under The Americans With Disabilities Act
The Americans With Disabilities Act Of 1990 (Ada) Prohibits Discrimination And Ensures Equal Opportunity For Persons With Disabilities In Employment, State And Local Government Services, Public Accommodations, Commercial Facilities, And Transportation.
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Benton County Emergency Communications District (E-911)
Benton County 9-1-1 is a 24-hour, toll-free voice for emergency calls for service. The Benton County Sheriff?s Department is the Primary Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for Benton County. Telecommunicators answer all 9-1-1 emergency calls for service and dispatch units for Benton County Sheriff and the fire departments of Big Sandy, Eva, Holladay-McIllwain, South 40, Chalk Level, Morris Chapel, Sandy River, and Camden. Visit the Benton County Emergency Communications District Website.
Benton County/Camden Chamber of Commerce
The Benton County/Camden Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit pro-business organization with a three-fold mission. In addition to the duties and responsibilities associated with a Chamber of Commerce, this Chamber also takes the lead in industrial recruiting and tourism development for the County. Through the power of its membership, the Chamber provides numerous services for its members and the entire Benton County community. Located at 266 Highway 641 N., Camden,TN 38320. Visit the Benton County/Camden Chamber of Commerce, Email the Chamber, or call (731) 584-8395.
Camden, the seat of Benton County and founded with the creation of Benton County, rests practically on the shores of Kentucky Lake, an impoundment of the Tennessee River. This is a bustling small town where business, industry, tourism and agriculture form a well balanced economy. Visit the Camden Website.
Big Sandy, TN
Big Sandy is a small, quiet community located in northwest Tennessee's Benton County located on beautiful Kentucky Lake sixteen miles from Paris, TN and less than one-hundred miles from Nashville, TN. Visit the Big Sandy Website.
TN.GOV - State of Tennessee Government
The website for the State of Tennessee. Visit the TN.GOV Website.
CTAS - County Technical Assistance Service
Provide by The University of Tennessee, the purpose of the County Technical Assistance Service is to promote better county government through direct assistance to county officials and their associations. Visit the CTAS Website.
Tennessee Vacation Ideas in our area. Explore what our area has to offer. Visit the TN Vacations website. ?
Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park
Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park features eight cabins overlooking the Kentucky Lake. The park also offers three campgrounds, two of those being primitive. The gift shop offers a large variety of items related to the park story as well as Tennessee State Park souvenirs. The park contains more than 25 miles of hiking trails. The park is located on Kentucky Lake where fishing is very prominent. Commercial marinas and public boat docks are located nearby and three boating accesses are available in the park at no cost. Visit the Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park Website.
History of Benton County Tennessee
The Tennessee General Assembly created Benton County on December 19, 1835, from portions of Humphreys and Henry Counties. Officials organized the county in February 1836 in a small log cabin at the site of a local post office in what is now West Camden. Initially, the county name honored Thomas Hart Benton, a leading Jacksonian Democrat, but in 1852 the state legislature approved an act that retained the original name but honored "David Benton, an old and respected citizen" of the county.? Visit Benton County at the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture Website.
Tennessee Valley Authority
The Tennessee Valley Authority, a corporation owned by the U.S. government, provides electricity for 9 million people in parts of seven southeastern states at prices below the national average. TVA, which receives no taxpayer money and makes no profits, also provides flood control, navigation and land management for the Tennessee River system and assists utilities and state and local governments with economic development. Visit the Tennessee Valley Authority Website.
Online Tennessee College Listings
When it comes to college, “choice” may be the most relevant term in the educational landscape. Community colleges, public colleges, private universities, and other institutional models all provide high-quality post-secondary opportunities to thousands of career-minded students each year. Fairly recently, online learning entered the equation, becoming a major (and still growing) component of college-level education. The flexibility inherent in distance learning, whether full-time or hybrid, allows students to juggle school, work and family more effectively than ever. Visit the Online College Database Website.
Magic Valley Publishing Home of the Camden Chronicle.
The Jackson Sun has been the primary provider of local news and information in West Tennessee since 1848. We are committed to excellent journalism for our community, including being the premiere source of watchdog and investigative journalism. The Jackson Sun provides an understanding of local issues, an array of opinions and local voices and gives you the most comprehensive local sports report. Visit the Jackson Sun Website.