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2 hrs ago | Columbia Daily Herald
Separate bond proposals totaling more than $13.7 million garnered final approval Monday in financial actions largely benefiting Maury County schools.
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6 hrs ago | Columbia Daily Herald
Longtime Maury County E911 Director Freddie Rich has been terminated from his position, but local officials have declined to discuss the circumstances of his firing.
Candidates wishing to run for mayor and vice mayor in Columbia and for two city commission seats in Mt.
Maury County school board members declined separate requests from a parent who wanted a hearing on a zoning issue and an employee who wanted to appear before the board about a contract non-renewal.
Campaign signs remain scattered along roadsides more than a week after county elections, even though most Maury County cities require signs to be picked up at least three days after the election.
Full attendance and prevailing opinions proved to be decisive factors when school board members voted 6-5 on Thursday to implement a federally-funded, free-meal program in 10 of Maury County's 21 schools.
Julius Johnson's specialty is agriculture, but he took time to discuss another component that is important to economic development in the state - education.
Newly appointed Mt. Pleasant City Commissioner Delores Blankenship, second from left, takes her seat on the commission Thursday at Mt.
Kara Huckaby, left, Chamber of Commerce director, admires a scarf that Brittany Jernigan, events manager, places on a table as they begin to sort through the items donated to the Women of Wonder's annual Boutique Sale to be held noon-6 p.m. Friday at the Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance facility on West 6th Street.
Nancy Thompson poses with Chuck Kizer, left, president of Tennessee County Clerks Association, and Tom McRedmond, executive director of Tennessee County Clerks Organ Donor Awareness Association, during her retirement party Thursday in the Maury County commission meeting room.
Two county commissioners voiced concerns Tuesday about fee adjustments proposed by the Maury County Building and Zoning Commission, saying certain increases could deter companies from building here.
Maury County school officials who want to delay making the first loan payment on a proposed $4.7 million bond for 18 months may have to settle for a tighter schedule - a detail that created some confusion during a Tuesday meeting with the county budget committee.
Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 11:47 pm
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