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image by Jens Pattke, 20 September 2010
Obion County is located in the northwestern corner of The Volunteer State. Apparently every county in the State of Tennessee has a "county flag" via Valentin Poposki's info, although half the counties have responded to me with "no
county flag". Another example of flag ignorance among county officials.
Obion County represents a design that you'd expect from Tennessee. Special thanks to Jo Faye for flag template.
Flag Inquiry Response:
According to the courthouse minutes the background is navy blue with a red shape of the county. Inside the shape of the county there is the outline of a white circle with 3 white stars in it.
Jo Faye Walker,
Obion County Public Library oclibrary.org/
John S. Johnson, 20 September 2010