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The Hendersonville Standard For the Latest News: www.hendersonvillestandard.com The Hendersonville Standard is a once a week community newspaper serving Hendersonville, Tennessee.

Hendersonville is a city in Sumner County, Tennessee, on Old Hickory Lake. Hendersonville was settled around 1784 by Daniel Smith when he began work on Rock Castle. In 1790, William Henderson, for whom the area was named, settled in. With the completion of the Old Hickory Dam in 1954, the city of Hendersonville started to grow into the most populous city of Sumner County and also one of the most populous suburbs of Nashville, along with Franklin and Murfreesboro.

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Hendersonville Parks Department recently added two historical markers to the greenway at Drakes Creek Park, showcasing t...
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Parks Department adds historical markers to greenway

Hendersonville Parks Department recently added two historical markers to the greenway at Drakes Creek Park, showcasing the original 640-acre land grants of Thomas Spencer and Edward Hogan that were surveyed by Daniel Smith in 1785. These two land gr…

Hendersonville Parks Department recently added two historical markers to the greenway at Drakes Creek Park, showcasing the original 640-acre land grants of Thomas Spencer and Edward Hogan that were surveyed

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Main Street Sports Today: 11/25/22

A special ‘Best Of’ edition of the show with co-hosts Chris Yow and Maurice Patton on this Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Today’s show includes:

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The time has officially come for Nashville Zoo’s Zoolumination, presented by Asurion!  🐉Witness 1,000 hand-made silk Chi...
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Witness 1,000 hand-made silk Chinese lanterns light up Zoo pathways bigger and brighter than you’ve ever seen before. With some lanterns as tall as 50 ft and as long as 150 ft this event is a must-see!

Be sure to purchase your tickets in advance at www.nashvillezoo.org/zoolumination.

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THANKSGIVING EVE | Main Street Sports Today (Nov. 23, 2022)

CO-HOST(S) CHRIS YOW & MAURICE PATTON BRING YOU REACTIONS FROM THE WORLD OF SPORTS AND SPORTS NEWS FROM TENNESSEE AND BEYOND. TODAY’S SHOW INCLUDES:

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Congratulations to Jason Preston of Ward 6 for being named Yard of the Month by Beautiful Hendersonville SUBMITTED
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Yard of the Month - Ward 6

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Hendersonville City Attorney John Bradley and five outgoing aldermen were recognized for their service to the city last ...
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City thanks Bradley, outgoing aldermen

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A former community theater director who pleaded guilty in March to five counts of statutory r**e by an authority figure ...
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Former community theater director Robert Pitt sentenced to 30 years for s*x with minors

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A community that welcomes all

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TOP 5 TUESDAY | Main Street Sports Today (Nov. 22, 2022)

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Pope Prep quarterback Kenny Minchey commits to Notre Dame.
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Pope Prep quarterback Kenny Minchey commits to Notre Dame

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REACTION MONDAY | Main Street Sports Today (Nov. 21, 2022)

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The children’s book “A Place Inside of Me: A Poem to Heal the Heart,” will remain in two Sumner County elementary school...
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Kids’ book with BLM reference to remain on school shelves

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The Robert Cooke DAR chapter honored Beech CP Church and the Beech CP Mother's Day Out Program for their participation i...
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DAR honors Beech CP Church

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People, stop being door mats for your corrupt local government. In what another county in Tennessee has it not been one black commissioner ever, but Sumner County. If there has not been one commissioner of color, then name them. I am not talking about City Councilman.
The current Commissioners during this term, allowed the abuse of the kids in the American Rescue Plan of 2021, which was enacted into law on 11 March 2021: RE: Compliance with Section 2001 of the American Rescue Act of 2021 (Employment and Secondary School Emergency Relief Funds, Enacted on 11 March 2021
TITLE II—COMMITTEE ON HEALTH, EDUCATION, LABOR, AND PENSIONS
Subtitle A—Education Matters
PART 1—DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
SEC. 2001. ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND.
(a) IN GENERAL.
(b) —In addition to amounts otherwise available through the Education Stabilization Fund, there is appropriated to the Department of Education for fiscal year 2021, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, $122,774,800,000, to remain available through September 30, 2023, to carry out this section. (b) GRANTS.—From funds provided under subsection (a), the Secretary shall—
(c)
(d) (1) use $800,000,000 for the purposes of identifying homeless children and youth and providing homeless children and youth with—
(e)
(f) (A) wrap-around services in light of the challenges of COVID–19; and
(g)
(h) (B) assistance needed to enable homeless children and youth to attend school and participate fully in school activities; and
(i)
(j) (2) from the remaining amounts, make grants to each State educational agency in accordance with this section. (c) ALLOCATIONS TO STATES.—The amount of each grant under subsection (b) shall be allocated by the Secretary to each State in the same proportion as each State received under part A of title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 in the most recent fiscal year. (d) SUBGRANTS TO LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES.— (1) IN GENERAL.—Each State shall allocate not less than 90 percent of the grant funds awarded to the State under this section as subgrants to local educational agencies (including charter schools that are local educational agencies) in the State in proportion to the amount of funds such local 20 USC 3401 note. Definition. VerDate Sep 11 2014 19:45 Sep 15, 2021 Jkt 019139 PO 00002 Frm 00017 Fmt 6580 Sfmt 6581 E:\PUBLAW\PUBL002.117 PUBL002 rtalino on LAP11X0N33PROD with PUBLAW-USE 135 STAT. 20 PUBLIC LAW 117–2—MAR. 11, 2021 educational agencies and charter schools that are local educational agencies received under part A of title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 in the most recent fiscal year.
(k)
(l) (2) AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS.—Each State shall make allocations under paragraph (1) to local educational agencies in an expedited and timely manner and, to the extent practicable, not later than 60 days after the receipt of such funds.
Accordingly, contact me or IM me if your kids did not receive the laptops or wi-fi Congress approved. Review the underlined text and notice the words expedite and timely manner, which has not been complied with on this 30 day of April 2022, more than 1 year later. Notice the not later than 60 days after receipt of funds. Maybe, the State needs to tell the people has the funds been receipt for and when. Maybe the District Attorney can answer when the funds were received?
People when you make a bond and the offense is reversed, then your bond funds be paid back to you and in twice the amount. As you will see you suppose to get a certified order and provide to the Director of Finance: 40-11-205. Refund of forfeiture payments on reversal.
Money paid into the treasury by virtue of a judgment of the circuit or criminal court upon a forfeited recognizance shall be refunded to the party paying the same, upon the reversal of the judgment by the supreme court, on appeal or writ of error duly prosecuted. The commissioner of finance and administration shall give the party a warrant for the money upon the production of a certified copy of the judgment of reversal.
[Code 1858, § 5184 (deriv. Acts 1835-1836, ch. 70); Shan., § 7148; Code 1932, § 11697; impl. am. Acts 1937, ch. 33, §§ 24, 29; impl. am. Acts 1959, ch. 9, § 3; impl. am. Acts 1961, ch. 97, § 3; T.C.A. (orig. ed.), § 40-1305.]
40-11-311. Illegal contracts void -- Recovery of payments and penalty.
(a) Any contract, agreement, promise, transaction or other similar undertaking, entered into between a professional bondsman and any other person or persons, wherein the bondsman charges, demands, contracts for, accepts, collects or receives any sum of money, fee, compensation, premium, gratuity or other consideration, return or favor of any character, in consideration of the bondsman's performance of, or the bondsman's promise, offer or attempt to do or perform, directly or indirectly, any of the acts or things declared to be unlawful by §§ 40-11-307 -- 40-11-310, are declared to be against public policy, illegal and void.
(b) Any person or persons, who pay out money or part with any other thing of value under the contract, agreement, promise, transaction or undertaking may file suit, for that person or for the use of that person or persons for whom the person paid the money or delivered the other thing of value to the bondsman, in any court having jurisdiction thereof and recover the consideration so paid or parted with and, in addition, a forfeiture in an amount equal to twice the sum of money paid or twice the value of any other consideration parted with or both, as the case may be.
People of Sumner County, provide me the case number of the reversed offense, and I will assist you in obtaining what is due to you by the law, which has been presented to your own eyes, not a second set of rules. Instant message me and the process must begin
Hendersonville High Schools own!! Drake Dyer !!
Tennessee Code 40-11-205 – Refund of forfeiture payments on reversal
Current as of: 2019 | Check for updates | Other versions
Money paid into the treasury by virtue of a judgment of the circuit or criminal court upon a forfeited recognizance shall be refunded to the party paying the same, upon the reversal of the judgment by the supreme court, on appeal or writ of error duly prosecuted. The commissioner of finance and administration shall give the party a warrant for the money upon the production of a certified copy of the judgment of reversal.
I will appear in Judge Holt’s courtroom tomorrow. I will demand to obtain a copy of the court in session, and prove with TCA 40-11-124, 40-11-205, -11-205, 40-ll-304 and 40-11-3ll and the procedures within were not adhered to, which implies corruption and or obstruction of justice, and a violation of the oaths of many. This is a double jeopardy matter, which the documents from both counties will reflect, this was the same criminal episode and same course of conduct. Sovereignty would not allow two prosecutions within this corrupt State of Tennessee.

The State of Tennessee has been stealing from it’s citizen, under the color of the law and stole from them. If an offense is dismissed, the defendant would be refunded for the bond funds, but in corrupt the clerks of the courts does not perform their duties and responsibility to enforce the rules. Tell Ray Whitley, Tim Morton does not let his kind steal from him with his second set of rules.
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By providing an opportunity for girls from around the world to explore their interests in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, we can start to change the trend and open up more possibilities for the perspectives of women in the greater goal of reaching a sustainable future.

Applications for the AFS Global STEM Accelerators program will open on Friday, April 1st, 2022, and have a deadline of Sunday, May 15th, 2022!

Visit https://afs.org/global-stem/accelerators/ to learn more.

Each of you know of the theft in the bonding process with Ray Whitley and the 18th Judicial District of Tennessee. It is your jobs to uphold the law, not make a second set of rules to suppress and oppress the law. This is basically theft under the color of the law and I have reported many to the Ben Crump Group. Since each of you want to suppress the people for the sake of "Power is Money" is over. Many will be prosecuted.
4/29 RECOVERED | 17YO HENDERSONVILLE, TN BOY |
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We truly appreciate everyone's shares & prayers! ❤️🙏🧡
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Yeferson Claros, a 17-year-old boy, was last seen on March 15, 2022, in Hendersonville, Tennessee. He has brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5’6” tall and weighs 140 pounds.

If anyone has information about Yeferson, call: 911 or 1-800-THE-LOST or the Hendersonville Police Department TN at 1-615-451-3838.


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