Monthly Archives: August 2015

Into the numbers: Detail on the county’s $4M surplus

Foster Arnett wants to move. Well, kind of. In today’s KNS, we had a story on the county’s surplus. It’s a fairly typical thing – for good financial managers – to have a little coin left over at the end … Continue reading

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Karen Carson liked one part of Common Core, but the rest – nope

Got this email today from 14th District Tennessee House candidate Karen Carson, who wanted to clarify her position on Common Core, after today’s story. Her words: I’m disturbed that you report that I” support components of common core”–I certainly do … Continue reading

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Learn more about your government with the state Blue Book

From a release: Nashville, Tennessee – (August 3, 2015) – The Secretary of State’s office is proud to announce a new online resource designed by Tennessee teachers. 15 lesson plans and teaching aids based on the Tennessee Blue Book are now … Continue reading

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