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TTU Board Of Trustees Approve New Contract For Oldham

Tennessee Tech President Phil Oldham has received a new six-year contract. The Board of Trustees approved the contract Thursday afternoon. It replaces the current contract and takes Oldham’s employment through 2028. Trustee Tom Jones said it is a big step forward for the university. “This is not something that I would have entered into or proposed six, eight or even ... Read More »

Jackson Director Of Schools Receives High Marks, Contract Extension

Jackson County Director of Schools Kristy Brown received high marks on this year’s director evaluations, scoring a 4.9 out of 5. Board Chair Mark Brown said that Kristy Brown is a blessing to the school system, and the county itself. “I think we have a highly skilled and highly trained director of schools here that applies and does a lot ... Read More »

Contract Under Consideration Would Reopen Celina Facility As Hospital

A source closely involved in the Cumberland River Hospital contract negotiation confirms the agreement would reopen the facility as a hospital. The source said discussions involve a healthcare company with federal government ties. Negotiations are “very serious” and have been ongoing for several months. The source said more information should be publicly available in the coming weeks. The hospital remains ... Read More »

Cumberland School Board Approves New Director Stepp’s Contract

Cumberland County School Board approved the contract for the new Director of Schools William Stepp at its Thursday night meeting. The board approved the 3-year contract and an annual salary for Stepp at some $107,000. The current Upperman principal nominated for the job earlier this month. Some board members said  the contract was a “lowball” offer. But Contract Committee Member ... Read More »

Jackson BOE Exploring Project To Build CTE Space

The Jackson County School Board started the planning process to build its own CTE space Thursday night. The action came after the school board reviewed a proposed agreement from TCAT Hartsville. The institution currently provides CTE learning for Jackson and Macon County Schools in a joint building. The Hartsville administration indicated last year that it would no longer operate the ... Read More »

Celina Attorney Recommends More Work On New EMS Contract

The Celina Board of Aldermen introduced a five-year proposal Tuesday night, a framework for a new contract with Clay County for EMS services. Mayor Luke Collins said the contract basics would closely follow current stipulations and include the recently approved EMS raises. City Attorney Jimmy White recommended further negotiations with the county to account for the future economy. “Would it ... Read More »

Putnam BOE Approves Contract To Expand Upperman

Putnam County Schools set to begin the process to expand Upperman High School. Director of Schools Corby King said the school system will work with Architect Kim Chamberlin to design the expansion. “We have a rough sketch of where the classrooms will be and what it will look like,” King said. “But now, he will get in much like what ... Read More »

Crossville City Manager Signs Two-Year Contract Extension

Crossville City Manager Greg Wood will have another two years in the position after signing a new contract extension. From working in similar positions in Georgia and Florida, Wood said Crossville officials have been the best to work with over his 30 year career. “The mayor does a lot of hard work that he does not get credit for. He’s ... Read More »

White Co BOE Selects Architect For BonDeCroft School Renovations

The renovations of BonDeCroft Elementary School have taken a step forward with the White County School Board approving an architect Thursday. The School Board voted for Upland Design to lead the project. Director of Schools Kurt Dronebarger said the contract will be paid through federal COVID funding. “We’ve worked with them in the past, and I know they will do ... Read More »

Celina Aldermen Discuss EMS Contract And Recruiting More Workers

Celina officials are exploring options to find more EMS workers after several employees have left the department. Interim Director Andy Hall presented the situation to the Board of Aldermen Tuesday. Hall said six full-time employees have quit, leaving just six workers operating emergency services in Clay County. “Five or six are working at least 3-4 48 hour shifts,” Hall said. ... Read More »