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WMCT Local News
Two Johnson County non-profits investigated. A former Executive Director of Action Coalition has been indicted for theft over $2,500.00. More details on this story on WMCT Newscasts.
House District 3 state representative Scotty Campbell of Mountain City has been appointed to serve on the Finance, Ways and Means Committe and the Appropriations Subcommittee. These committees are responsible for measures relating to taxes, state government spending and alterations to revenue. Additionally, Campbell was appointed to the Criminal Justice Committee which is responsible for the creation/removal of criminal laws in our state.
State Senator Jon Lundberg of Bristol has been appointed deputy speaker of the Tennessee Senate. The deputy speaker is appointed to a two year term and assists the speaker and acts as a liaison with regional and national legislative bodies. Lundberg will also serve as 1st Vice Chair of the Education Committee, which reviews all legislation regarding K-12 schools and higher education. The senator was also newly-appointed to the Finance, Ways and Means committee and will continue to serve on Judiciary Committee.
The Tennessee General Assembly has elected Sullivan County native Jason Mumpower to be Tennessee’s new Comptroller of the Treasury. The 47 year old is a life-long resident of Bristol and previously represented Johnson County and Sullivan County in the General Assembly. Mumpower was elected earlier Wednesday during a joint convention of the Tennessee State Senate and House of Representatives meeting in Nashville’s War Memorial Auditorium. The Comptrollers Office is mainly responsible for the audit of state and local government entities and plays a key role in the general financial management and oversight of Tennessee state Government.
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Sporting a 1 and 3 record in the conference, the Johnson County Longhorns are scheduled to play Unicoi County this Friday night. WMCT Sports will broadcast the game live as it happens, so be sure to tune in for the game. Game time is set for 8pm for the Varsity game, however game time may change if Lady Longhorns have to continue to quarantine. Stay tuned for updates on any changes in the schedule.
We want to thank you for making the Bubble Gum Blast and the Vault so popular om WMCT. Not only have we had so many people telling us how much they enjoy the programs locally, but we’ve been overwhelmed with the positive response from ALL OVER THE COUNTRY, including Canada, the UK and Scotland! SO AS OUR GIFT TO YOU, we present a THIRD program weeknights on WMCT. Starting Monday, January 4th, airing Monday through Thursdays from 10 PM to Midnight, we give you “THE GOOD STUFF”. BBG is pop music from the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s, the Vault features big band, swing and jazz music and by request we’ve added Broadway show tunes as well, and the Good Stuff will be two hours of light rock and dance tunes with a romantic twist. TGS will not only feature artists like America, the Eagles, the Doors but new music from today’s INTERNATIONAL charts. So join us, as of Monday, January 4th for FIVE HOURS of pop music.