Shelby County Commission

BEHIND THE HEADLINES
3:14 pm
Tue September 17, 2013

Radio Roundtable: Elections, Tigers Football, And The County Commission

Behind the Headlines Host Eric Barnes, Publisher of the Memphis Daily News
Credit Bard Cole / WKNO

This week on the Behind the Headlines Radio Roundtable, the Shelby County Commission has one of their most contentious meetings ever, the Memphis Tigers football team tries to win hearts and minds, and there are 11 elections to be held before Thanksgiving.

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Behind the Headlines
5:50 pm
Fri May 24, 2013

Radio Roundtable: The Unified School Board Budget

Eric Barnes, Publisher of the Memphis Daily News and host of Behind the Headlines
Credit Bard Cole / WKNO

This week on the Behind the Headlines Radio Roundtable, Unified School Board Chairman Billy Orgel, Unified School Board member Tomeka Hart, Chairman of the County Commission Mike Ritz, and County Commissioner Wyatt Bunker joined host Eric Barnes, publisher of the Memphis Daily News

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Mid-South News
4:51 pm
Wed June 27, 2012

County Commission Divided Over Municipal Schools, Nonetheless Sues

Yard signs urging suburban residents to create their own, separate municipal school districts, rather than send their children to a merged Memphis & Shelby County schools, poke from well-manicured lawns just outside the Memphis city limits. One sign reads simply, “Yes! Bartlett Schools.” Referendums are scheduled for August 2 in all six Shelby County suburbs.

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Behind the Headlines
6:00 pm
Fri March 16, 2012

Radio Roundtable: Rick Santorum Wins Mississippi Primary, the Shelby County Commission, and More

This week on the Behind the Headlines Radio Roundtable, the panel discusses Rick Santorum's win in Mississippi in the GOP Presidential Primary.

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Behind the Headlines
5:36 pm
Thu January 26, 2012

Radio Roundtable: Redistricting and Ownership of Suburban School Buildings

Behind the Headlines
Bard Cole WKNO

This week, the Behind the Headlines panel discusses the reports on suburban schools which conclude that Germantown, Bartlett, and Collierville could get existing school buildings at no cost. Plus,the County Commission's debate over redistricting almost comes to blows.

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