2013

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Archive: December 2013

19 December, 20130 Comments
Parks, entertainment venues, Farmerís Market all in City Hallís plan for 2014 December 31, 2013     In 2013 Brownsvilleís leaders started several projects aimed at improving the cityís infrastructure and appeal. On New Yearís Eve, Brownsville Radio contacted Brownsville Mayor Jo Matherne to ask about progress. At
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Archive: November 2013

19 November, 20130 Comments
Draft of charter due Monday November 29, 2013    The Metro Charter Commission will almost certainly take up their work again Monday ó and Mondayís meeting could be one of the most important. Commissioners have stood down for the last two weeks, waiting on their attorney, Michael Banks, to craft the words that
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Archive: Summer 2013

19 June, 20130 Comments
Tina Turner Days become annual celebration August 30, 2013    What started as a fan celebration honoring Tina Turner’s childhood school, Flagg Grove, has developed into an annual festival observing the heritage and legacy of the international music icon. Tina Turner Heritage Days will be held September 27-28
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Archive: Winter 2013

19 May, 20130 Comments
Metro study might end tonight February 28, 2013    For more than a year a group of Haywood County citizens has been studying how a metro or consolidated government might benefit Stanton, Brownsville and Haywood County. Their mission may be completed tonight. Insiders say the group is likely poised to make their
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Archive: Spring 2013

19 May, 20130 Comments
Jail inmates to get GED today May 30, 2013    They may be in jail, but theyíve still been hitting the books. Sheriff Melvin Bond said five Haywood County Jail inmates will receive their GED diplomas today. The five prisoners, who are serving time for crimes ranging from sexual offender to second-degree murder and
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Archive: Fall 2013

19 May, 20131 Comments
Draft of charter due Monday November 29, 2013    The Metro Charter Commission will almost certainly take up their work again Monday ó and Mondayís meeting could be one of the most important. Commissioners have stood down for the last two weeks, waiting on their attorney, Michael Banks, to craft the words that
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