School Board in Commotion to Balance Budget

Monroe County TN School District News
Fund Balance Shot, Expenses Smother Revenue The Monroe County Board of Education on Tuesday called an emergency budget workshop for next week to “rework” and “finalize” the school system’s 2013-14 budget. It declared that immediately following the workshop it would convene a “special called board meeting” to approve the budget. The announcement came after the board […]
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If We Grow It….. Will They Come?

Monroe County TN Farmers Market
Monroe County Farmer’s Market Proposed People who would like to see a good old-fashioned farmer’s market should not give up hope by any means. An interest meeting for such a market was held Tuesday at the Madisonville Farm Bureau building. Hosting were Stacy and Kara Warwick of Warwick Environmental Engineering. However, Monroe County UT Ag Extension Agent Jonathan Rhea also attended and provided useful information. “You have to […]
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Officers Address Postal Thefts

Suspect Facing Possible Lengthy Prison Term Persons should promptly report possible mail or identity theft to authorities and can take steps to prevent it, Vonore residents were told Thursday. At the town’s community center, Monroe County Sheriff ’s Lieutenant Detective Jennifer Bledsoe said mail from 140 persons has been recovered in the case of a male subject who has been charged […]
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Local Superhero in Need

Help Super NooDy Find A Service Dog! Superheroes come in all shapes and sizes.  Some have incredible strength and stamina at their command.  Others have trained studiously for years and years, and are now masters of a martial art or three. Or perhaps these heroes can move the very elements, rely on the gizmos and gadgets their intelligent minds have created, or are blessed with […]
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Hope Fades for Public Ten Commandments Display

Attorney Says Past Support Now Working Against Any Exhibit County Commission Gives Ground to Defending “God’s Law” It’s been over seven years since the Monroe County Courthouse lost its public showing of the Ten Commandments. In the ensuing 90-month duration, county residents, local officials, church members, spiritual guides, and other religious luminaries have been devoutly earnest and vehemently unrelenting in calling for a renewed public hanging of the cherished […]
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