Day: February 18, 2021

Argraves Officially Out as 911 Director

On Wednesday, the Coffee County Consolidated Communications Board voted to terminate Coffee County 911 Communications Center Director Diane Argraves. Argraves rejected the severance package the board offered.  The board voted to release Argraves with the stipulation that she still has 20 days to accept the severance package.  Board accountant Scott LeDuc was named interim director at …

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TN Bill Puts Spotlight on Nonprofit Donors and Public “Right to Know”

Lawmakers in at least three states, including Tennessee, have introduced bills that would bar public agencies from publicly disclosing information about nonprofit donors, and experts say donor disclosure issues remain under-the-radar but could have major implications. Jerrick Adams, a staff writer for Ballotpedia who tracks the issue, said the Senate and House bills would ban state and local governments …

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Chattanooga and Cookeville to Bid for TSSAA Football Championships

The eyes of Tennessee’s high school football fans could soon be turning toward the Scenic City. Chattanooga Sports, in conjunction with numerous other community partners, is teeing up a plan to bid for the right to host the TSSAA BlueCross Bowl.Tennessee Tech University has served as the host site for the state’s football championship games …

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