What’s being done about sex trafficking in Middle Tennessee?

By RIMA AUSTIN |spartalive| November 19, 2018 12:13 PM

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Some Tennesseans live under the notion that slavery doesn’t exist anymore; this is a myth. It is happening in the state of Tennessee and, according to law enforcement, it is happening in White County. Continue reading “What’s being done about sex trafficking in Middle Tennessee?”

Randolph honored at UPS for 25 years of safe driving

By RIMA AUSTIN |spartalive| November 15, 2018 7:47 AM

Janie Randolph has been driving for United Parcel Service for 28 years. Three years into the job, Randolph said she backed into a low-swinging tree limb, which started the clock over again for her driving record.

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Nash remembers his late brother who served in Middle East

Nash remembers his late brother who served in Middle East

SpartaLIVE / By RIMA AUSTIN | November 8, 2018 8:51 AM

Photo credit: Nash Personal file

After 13 years of aggression toward neighboring countries like Kuwait and Saudi Arabia and spending nine months on the run from the United States, Saddam Hussein was captured hiding in a deep hole nine miles outside his hometown of Tikrit, Iraq, in December of 2003. Sparta native William Nash took part in that capture, nicknamed Operation Red Dawn. Continue reading “Nash remembers his late brother who served in Middle East”

Budget committee discusses Wi-Fi at the courthouse

Budget committee discusses Wi-Fi at the courthouse

By RIMA AUSTIN |spartalive|November 8, 2018 11:07 AM

One budget amendment was passed re-classifying a special education fund to “other equipment” fund. Shortly thereafter, Commissioner Cain Rogers told the committee he didn’t know if it was a budget committee topic, but he wanted to discuss how the wireless internet worked at the courthouse. Continue reading “Budget committee discusses Wi-Fi at the courthouse”

WCHS hosts CTE Advisory Committee meeting

WCHS hosts CTE Advisory Committee meeting

By RIMA AUSTIN |spartalive|November 8, 2018 12:49 PM

Tim Mackie, White County High School assistant principal, addressed White County business executives and the Career-Technical Education Advisory Committee, on Nov. 6, to explain what classes are involved with CTE and give the teachers the opportunity to explain what it is that they do in the program. Continue reading “WCHS hosts CTE Advisory Committee meeting”

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