Incumbent Republican Melissa Harrell fought off a challenge from Robin Eades Gentry to retain the office of Circuit Court Clerk. She won by 989 votes.
Rutherford County Circuit Court Clerk Melissa Harrell announced today that she is seeking re-election in the upcoming May 1, 2018 Republican Primary.
A senior judge has suspended the operations of AAAA Bonding, a company formerly owned by Rutherford County Circuit Court Clerk Melissa Harrell, after finding that it exceeded its forfeited bonding limits.
More than two years after purchasing a $737,000 computer system for the Circuit Court clerk's office, Rutherford County is putting the project on hold because of a nightmare installation, according to officials.
The district attorney's office is taking action to stop new Circuit Court Clerk Melissa Harrell's former AAAA Bonding Company from operating because of a conflict of interest caused by her husband working for the business and set to take ownership.
Apparently state law will not allow a Circuit Court Clerk to have direct or indirect ties with their bonding company and the office in which Harrell is running for.
A straw poll was recently conducted during the Blackman Barbecue at the Lane Agri Park in Murfreesboro. The MTSU/Blackman Straw Poll results have now been released.
Local bail bondsman Melissa Harrell defeated incumbent Circuit Court Clerk Laura Bohling for the Republican nomination. It was Harrell's first race for public office.
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