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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Judge candidates headed to Nashville
The three candidates for a vacant seat in the Fourth Judicial District are preparing for a trip to Nashville, and a meeting with Governor Bill Haslam. Judge Ben Hooper retired effective August 31, and a Trial Court Vacancy Commission recommended; Jeremy Ball,39, Dandridge, who is a native Cocke Countian and currently serves as an Assistant District Attorney General in Jefferson County. Carter Moore, 35, Cosby, is in private practice in Newport and also serves as County Attorney for Cocke County. And Melissa Moore, 43, Sevierville, is the Child Support Magistrate for the Fourth Judicial District. Carter Moore told the NewsSource on Monday that the governor will interview all of the candidates on Thursday and could make an appointment as soon as Friday. The appointee will serve until a general election next year.


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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

  • CLB session
  • Brown/Dalton arrest
  • Dandridge crash
  • Thanksgiving travel
  • Tennessee economic report
  • Thanksgiving lunch at Feed My Sheep

    Monday, November 20, 2017

  • Jefferson City bank robbery
  • Newport DCS investigation
  • Former ETSU coach is indicted
  • Fuel prices to drop
  • Middle Tennessee tornados

    Sunday, November 19, 2017

  • Artscapes exhibition

    Saturday, November 18, 2017

  • Monica Denton heads back to prison
  • Tennessee jobless
  • Thanksgiving travel

    Friday, November 17, 2017

  • ACA enrollment
  • Cocke County Partnership meeting
  • Pridemore is being sought
  • Narcan program
  • Environmental standards are relaxed
  • Pro bono work in Tennessee
  • VietNow settlement
  • State jobless remains at record level
  • Major scam
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