Duncan signs for four more years

Roane Superintendent of Schools Dr. Richard Duncan has agreed to a contract for another four years.

Enemies within

Culture of sex assault in military must end

For too many in the United States military, the enemy has been wearing the same uniform.

Officer returns to work

Downey will seek special prosecutor

Roane Sheriff’s Deputy Mike King has returned to work, while officials are still awaiting a report from an investigation into a fatal shooting that involved the officer.

Legislature ends session with budget and tax

With the controversial campus carry bill shot down in Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, with passage Thursday of the Senate’s keynote bill to provide free tuition to community colleges, and passage of the 2019-20 state budget bill a day later, the last night of the 60-day 2019 regular session of the Legislature Saturday lacked the typical drama and fast pace.

Editorial cartoon 3-14-19

Never assume anything

You know what happens when you assume things.

Major personnel cuts considered

Board dealing with huge funding loss

Principals would be shuffled, some classrooms combined and central office jobs pared down under a plan to deal with a major loss in school funding.

Newspaper for 3-14-19

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