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Trending: The Office Of The Tennessee Comptroller Of The Treasury

Betsy Knotts and John Greet discuss the county budgeting process for 2020-2021. Content hosted by iono.fm This week, host Ben Rodgers is joined by Betsy Knotts, Director of Local Government Finance, and John Greer, Utilities Specialist with the Office of the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury. With the June 30th deadline quickly approaching, they discuss county operating budgets for the ... Read More »

The Scene: Justin Blackmon & Pyrography

This week, get to know local pyrography artist Justin Blackmon on The Scene. Content hosted by iono.fm Join Host Emily Newman as she sits down with Justin Blackmon, a local pyrography artist in Cookeville. They discuss the art of pyrography and wood burning, how he got his start in the arts, as well as his artistic process when it comes ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: History Of Women’s Suffrage

Join author Paula Casey to learn the Upper Cumberland’s part in women’s suffrage It is the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote. And you may not know it, but Tennessee played a central role in making that happen across our nation, and there were efforts all across the Upper Cumberland in 1919 and 1920 that led the ... Read More »

Trending: Putnam County Tornado Relief Committee

Putnam County Tornado Relief Committee members provide relief effort updates. Content hosted by iono.fm This week, host Ben Rodgers is joined by Putnam County Tornado Relief Committee members Melinda Keifer, John Bell, and Bob Bell. They discuss how the Committee came to be as a result of the March 3rd Putnam County Tornado, their mission and goals, and how the ... Read More »

The Scene: Charles Steven & Abstract Sculptures

This week, get to know Cookeville abstract sculptor and jeweler Charles Stevens. Content hosted by iono.fm Join Host Emily Newman as she sits down with Charles Stevens, an abstract sculptor and jeweler in Cookeville. They discuss how he got his start as a sculptor, and where he finds inspiration for his abstract pieces. Susan DeMay of Made By DeMay Ceramics ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: UCHRA & UCDD Pt 3

Find out about the different UCHRA & UCDD services available to local citizens. The work of UCHRA and UCDD across the Upper Cumberland – we continue our exploration of the two organizations with Mark Farley and his team. We’re trying to gain insight into all the different services available to local citizens, and how the organizations take care of those ... Read More »

Trending: Warren County Executive

This week, Warren County Executive Jimmy Haley provides an update on the county. Content hosted by iono.fm This week, host Ben Rodgers is joined by Warren County Executive Jimmy Haley. The discuss how the County has been and their proactive response to the COVID-19 pandemic, an increase in sales tax numbers for the month of April in the County, and ... Read More »

The Scene: Dementaria Enigmatica Visual Arts

This week, meet Tabitha Larson of Dementaria Enigmatica Visual Arts on The Scene Content hosted by iono.fm Join Host Emily Newman as she sits down with Tabitha Larson of Dementaria Enigmatica Visual Arts. They discuss her artistic process, and where she finds inspiration for her more surreal and darker art pieces. Susan DeMay of Made By DeMay Ceramics shares her ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: UCHRA & UCDD Pt 2

This week, gain more insight into what UCHRA does for the people of our region. UCDD and UCHRA – two organizations born out of the Johnson War on poverty of the 1960s. Organizations designed to deliver resources to local people. Planning and development help to local communities. The two organizations came together under a recent agreement. Progress has produced a ... Read More »

Trending: Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber Of Commerce President & CEO

Get to know Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber Of Commerce President & CEO Amy New Content hosted by iono.fm This week, host Ben Rodgers is joined by newly appointed Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber Of Commerce President & CEO Amy New. They discuss the journey of her career, the Highlands Partnership between Putnam, White, Jackson, and Overton Counties, as well as what the Cookeville-Putnam ... Read More »