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Meeting Called to Discuss Superintendent Diden’s Employment

A special-called school board meeting will be held tonight at the Central Office in Wartburg to discuss the possible termination of Director of Schools Ed Diden.  One board member, Richard Spurling of the 5th district requested the meeting be called earlier this month.  Spurling declined to comment, but stated that he felt there was reason […]

The Morgan County Head Start is now accepting enrollment applications for three, four, and five-year-olds for the 2014-2015 school year.  The organization enrolls children and families in accordance with the non-discrimination policy, which prohibits discrimination based on race, color, national origin, gender, age and disability.  Transportation is provided for all participants in the Head Start […]

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Early voting began on Friday.  447 people have already voted in Morgan County.  56 of those are from the nursing home and 10 are from absentee ballots.  If you would like to vote early, the election commission office will be open for early voters from 9-6 Monday.  The office is normally only open until 4pm, […]

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Morgan County Director of Schools, Dr. Edd Diden, has announced the appointment of Dr. Charles (Dan) Shoemaker as principal of Central Elementary School. Dr. Shoemaker has 20+ years experience in a variety of educational assignments. The last two years, he has served as the assistant principal at Central Elementary. In addition to his B.S. degree, […]

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The Anderson County Fair is going on all this week.  Admission is 5 dollars with children 6 and under getting in free.  Steve Queener says that there will be the normal things you expect from a fair. “It’s the 125th year of the Anderson County Fair.  It’s one of the 6th oldest in the state,” […]

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WECO’s Live Political Spotlight continued on Thursday night at American Legion Post #149 in Wartburg. Morgan County Executive candidates Don Edwards and his challengers Tommy Kilby and Mark Keck were on hand. Click on the player below to listen.   Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:07:51 — 62.1MB)

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WECO’s Live Political Spotlight continued on Thursday night at American Legion Post #149 in Wartburg. Morgan County Sheriff candidates Glen Freytag and his challengers Wayne Potter and Jesse Wade were on hand. Click on the player below to listen. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:02:25 — 57.1MB)

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WECO’s Live Political Spotlight continued on Wednesday night at American Legion Post #149 in Wartburg. Morgan County Road Superintendent candidates Roy Smith and his challenger Joe Henry Miller Jr. were on hand. Click on the player below to listen. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 27:29 — 25.2MB)

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WECO’s Live Political Spotlight continued on Wednesday night  from the American Legion Post #149 in Wartburg. 9th Judicial District Circuit Court Judge candidates Mike Pemberton and Tom McFarland were on hand. Click on the player below to listen to their debate. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 32:56 — 30.2MB)

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Click on the player below to listen to our Political Spotlight from Tuesday, July 8th featuring Morgan County Circuit Court Clerk candidates Pam Keck and Keith Adcock recorded during a live debate at American Legion Post 149 in Wartburg, Tennessee. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 59:07 — 54.1MB)

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