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DeKalb Board of Education Meeting

Thursday, August 11

7:00 p.m.

Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals Upholds Conviction of Courthouse Arsonist Gary Wayne Ponder
After 24 years serving as DeKalb County’s General Sessions and Juvenile Court Judge, Bratten Hale Cook, II will be leaving office when his term ends August 31. A retirement reception honoring Judge Cook will be held on Friday, August 19 from 3 to 6 p.m. at the DeKalb County Community Complex, 712 South Congress Boulevard, Smithville and all family, friends, and supporters are invited to celebrate Judge Cook’s  journey of 24 years as General Sessions/Juvenile Court Judge of DeKalb County.
DeKalb Prevention Coalition to Host Overdose Awareness Event
DeKalb Telephone Cooperative, Inc. d/b/a DTC Communications will host its annual meeting on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022, at the DeKalb County Fairgrounds in Alexandria.
Liberty Mayor and Aldermen sworn into office: Pictured left to right-Alderman Joe D. Bratten, Alderman Kendra Stanford, Mayor Audrey Martin, DeKalb General Sessions Court Judge- Elect Brandon Cox (who administered the oath), Alderman Ryan Dodd, Alderman Kevin R. Mullinax, and Alderman William H. Reynolds, Jr.
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WJLE Radio AM-FM serves Smithville, DeKalb County, Tennessee and surrounding counties with news, weather and sports along with Country and Southern Gospel music. Founded in 1964, WJLE commemorates its golden anniversary in 2014. In addition to daily news updates, WJLE keeps you informed and entertained with "LIVE" broadcasts and "LIVE" web streaming of local government meetings, including the Smithville City Council, County Commission, and School Board, high school sports, local elections, Sunday religious programming and other events throughout the year.