Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Cocke Finance Committee
The Cocke County Finance Committee met Tuesday evening. Chair Forest Clevenger said he believes Finance Manager Heather McGaha needs help in her office. In the past, the Finance manager worked alone however the county, at the request of state auditors, soon will move to a more streamlined accounting system. Clevenger said the new system will create more work for the office. McGaha who is about to go on maternity leave, said during her break, she will review plans to reorganize her office. One of the issues currently, is that all of the offices in the courthouse annex are full. The Veteran's Service Office however may move to the renovated Tanner Building. After a new justice center is built, more office space should be available in the annex.

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Thursday, June 04, 2020

  • Catons Grove shooting
  • Cades Cove Loop is restricted
  • Jobless claims
  • Vote by mail
  • Black Tennessee lawmakers call for addresing racial issues
  • Medic needs blood
  • Black lawmakers call for respect for everyone
  • Planning Commission to hold public hearing
  • Cades Cove to be closed to vehicles on Wednesdays
  • State parks for community service hours
  • Majors dead at 85

    Wednesday, June 03, 2020

  • Mantooth Butcher shop fire
  • Cocke County early voting moves
  • Financial Stimulus Accountability Group
  • RNC national convention may come to Tennessee
  • Beth Freeman has died
  • Livestock scam

    Tuesday, June 02, 2020

  • Evans is terminated
  • Cocke Countians rally for Floyd
  • Free fishing on Saturday
  • Gasoline prices move up
  • Stonefly is coming for Rhythm on the River

    Monday, June 01, 2020

  • Cocke County crash
  • Tennessee protests against racism
  • UT Athletics statement
  • Alexander on WHO
  • Teen cyclist dies in Smokies

    Sunday, May 31, 2020

  • Cruise Against Cancer