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Friday, February 16, 2018

Cocke candidates
Noon Thursday was the deadline to qualify for the Cocke County Republican primary on May 1. Those who qualified are; Circuit Court Judge Part I, Fourth Judicial District; Lu Ann (Hatcher) Ballew and Carter S. Moore. Circuit Court Judge Part II, Fourth Judicial District; Jim Gass. Cocke County Mayor; Paul Cogburn, Randall B. Lillard, Shane Mathis, Crystal Ottinger (I) Roger W. Stokely and Lora Moore-Wright. County Trustee; Rob Mathis (I). Sheriff; Armando Fontes(I) and Bryan Murr. Circuit Court Clerk; Jennifer E. Arms, Charity Layman Fine and Kristy L. Nease. Sessions Court Clerk; Frankie Peachie Cody(I). County Clerk; Jan Brockwell(I). Register of Deeds; Paul Kelvin "PK" Lee, Mark H. McGaha and Jodi Norwood. Couty Superintendent of Roads; Ben Hicks and Dwaune Bullet McCallister. August 2, Cocke County General Election; County Mayor; Marcus Mooneyham -Independent and William "Bear" Smallwood- Independent


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Thursday, March 21, 2019

  • Ellison vindicated
  • Grassy Fork Elementary School is honored
  • Gardner sentenced to 12 years
  • TennCare blockgrants
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    Wednesday, March 20, 2019

  • Cocke schools absenteeism
  • New Cave Church Road collision
  • Animals at large
  • Litter charge
  • Douglas arrest
  • Fish advisory
  • Fish advisory

    Tuesday, March 19, 2019

  • CLB hears education ranking discussion
  • North Highway 321 crash injures two
  • Vandaley charged in dog attack
  • Watch for flood damaged cars
  • Tennessee gas prices continue to move up

    Monday, March 18, 2019

  • South Highway 32 crash
  • Abandoned animals
  • Newport/Cocke County stolen vehicles
  • Cocke County fire
  • Childcare funding increases
  • Supreme Court supports right-to-know
  • Alexander votes "no" on the Wall
  • Tennessee gets federal road funds
  • Tennessee tax rates
  • Governor Lee in Newport

    Thursday, March 14, 2019

  • Efforts underway to identify body
  • Tennessee teachers pushing for better education
  • TennCare funding
  • Supreme court rules for journalists
  • Tennessee taxes
  • Dandridge police make drug bust
  • Smokies visits beats record
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