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RBS Mayor Orders Council Member to be Escorted From Meeting PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
While the April 9th Red Boiling Springs City Council meeting seemed to be rolling along rather smoothly as resolutions were carried and ordinances were adopted, it was the ‘Any Other Business’ item on the agenda that led to a heated discussion between city council member Shelly Dean and City Mayor Kenneth Hollis.
As Dean began to bring up several topics including the broadcast of city meetings on North Central’s local channel, inmates being used strictly for mowing purposes and the hiring of another city employee, a copy of city codes being located at the police department for night shift and weekend officers, hiring a back-up city attorney in the event of attorney Jon Well’s absence, the surveying of city limits, crossing guard duties being carried out by Animal Control Officer Jerry Young instead of city police officers and grants for revamping the city’s downtown area, it was the subject of copy costs that brought on the disagreement.
LPD's New K-9 'Brassy' Prevents Additional Gunfire in Drunken Fight PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 7, 2009

In December of 2009, the Lafayette Police Department announced the retirement of one of their most loyal officers on patrol, K-9 Leah, a German Shepard who was plagued with a serious back injury, and allowed to spend the remainder of her life with her partner and friend LPD Officer J. Ruiz.

Mike Whittemore Comes Home to Citizens Bank PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Citizens Bank of Lafayette is pleased to announce Mike Whittemore is coming home to the bank.  A very experienced lender and bank manager, Mike re-joined Citizens on April 1st as a Senior Lender at the Main Office in Lafayette.  Whittemore, a native of Macon County, worked for Citizens Bank for 30 years before retiring as President in 2005. 

Thomas House Hotel Paranormal State Episode to Air Next Week PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 7, 2009

The highly anticipated episode of A&E Network’s supernatural series Paranormal State, featuring the historic Thomas House Hotel in Red Boiling Springs, is scheduled to premiere on Monday, April 13th, at 9 p.m. CDT.
Paranormal State, a half-hour reality series now in its third season, delves deep into the strange and the mysterious, attempting to unravel inexplicable paranormal phenomena including sixth-sense experiences, ghost sightings, demonic disturbances, and brushes with the darkest areas of the unknown.

School Board Passes Promotion/Retention Guidelines - Director of Schools Considers 2-Year Contract PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, March 31, 2009

School board members scheduled a special called meeting on Monday night, March 30th, to act on the revision of criteria for credit requirements for promotion and retention as well as address approval of the Director of Schools contract.  

At the close of the meeting Board Member Wilmore stated, “In a special called meeting, only the information on the agenda shall be discussed.”  The next regular scheduled meeting of the board of education will be held on Thursday night, April 9th at 6:00 p.m. at the Board of Education.  

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