In a letter to Governor Bill Lee, Circuit Court Judge Royce Taylor notified him of intentions to retire effective March 2, 2020. Taylor has served the people of Rutherford and Cannon Counties in the 16th Judicial District for the past 21-years.
The Tennessee Association of Broadcasters is holding its board meeting and 71st Annual Conference at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center. During Tuesday's (8/6/2019) board meeting, President Whit Adamson announced that he plans to retire once a new person is selected.
Main Street Murfreesboro's executive director has decided to move back to her Louisiana roots. Kathleen Herzog wants to return to her native southern Louisiana home.
After 35 years in the Army National Guard and eight years as the first woman to serve as Department of Veterans Services Commissioner Many-Bears Grinder is retiring.
After 33-years, popular choral director Valeria DeHoff is retiring from Middle Tennessee Christian School.
Paula Barnes, who will be 67 in October, is retiring from her position as Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources and Student Services. She's been with Rutherford County Schools for 38 years and has spent more than 42 years in education.
Interim Rutherford County Sheriff Randy Garrett is retiring on December 17th.
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