There were several contested races for Rutherford County Commission seats.
Former District 19 County Commissioner Joyce Ealy has been tapped by the commission to fill a vacated seat.
Interim Rutherford County Sheriff Randy Garrett is retiring on December 17th.
The county's Budget committee will meet Tuesday and continue to look into departmental budgets for several agencies. The meeting will begin at 5:30 on the second floor of the Rutherford County Courthouse.
Three races for Rutherford County Commission went down to the wire, with one race decided by only 13 votes.
Have you ever heard of a politician holding two offices in Rutherford County at the same time?
Two sitting county commissioners lost in Tuesday's GOP primary. District 2 Commissioner Jack Black was defeated by Stephen Pearcy by 276 votes. In District 16, Phillip Dodd defeated incumbent Matthew Young by 109 votes.
The son of State Representative Mike Sparks has decided to run for County Commission. Preston Sparks will enter the race for District 11, the same seat his father held for a 8 years.
Local nonprofit Journeys in Community Living is inviting the public to join the organization April 24 as it awards outgoing county Commissioner Joyce Ealy and several other outstanding community members for their service.
The County Commission race in Rutherford County continues to grow. Oakland High School Assistant Principal, Tim Roediger, has announced...
A new name is in the race for County Commission in the 4th district of Rutherford County. Veteran law enforcement officer Jon Frazier announced his candidacy to run as an independent candidate.
Gourley is a 60 year resident of Smyrna and Rutherford County. Mr. Gourley is a graduate of Smyrna High School and MTSU with degrees in Chemistry, Math and Physics...
Steve Spence of the Midland community is seeking the Eighth District seat on the Rutherford County Commission. The seat is currently held by Tiffany Phillips of Bell Buckle...
Rutherford County District 13 Commissioner Jeff Jordan will not seek re-election. The former WGNS sports announcer and county educator made the announcement in hopes others in his district will decide to run for the seat he's vacating.
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