Page A2 — The Brownsville States-Graphic, Thursday, July 15, 2010
Early voting starts this Friday
Early voting for Haywood County’s general election and the state primary begins this Friday, July 16 and will cease July 31. Voters can vote in the lobby of the courthouse from 9AM to 1PM Monday through Saturday. Election officials require some form of identification with a signature in order to vote, but would prefer your voter registration card for a faster experience. If you have any questions concerning your district candidates please contact the Haywood County Election office at 772-1760 or you can email haywoodcounty@ bellsouth.net.
Brownsville duo squeezes the fun out of summer
Trying to avoid the ‘lazy days of summer’ Brownsville entrepreneurs Callie Gieselmann, 11, and Hannah Riley,10 set up shop on West College St.
last Thursday promoting their small-time business venture, an ole fashioned homemade lemonade stand, koolaid being optional. The duo, along with
help from six-year old Jennifer Moses, seized the opportunity on the hot July day to make a little cash, but more importantly memories to last a last time.
The Russell family attended Le Bonheur’s grand opening celebration, which took place on June 15. The new hospital will open for patients in September. Pictured left to right: Alicia, Andrew and Claire Russell.
Energy Continued A1 investments in our state’s clean energy future.” “Tennessee has made great strides in the area of clean energy during Governor Bredesen’s administration, both economically and e n v i r o n m e n t a l l y, ” Commissioner Kisber said. “Funding grants like the EECBG grants
Singleton Continued A1 that encourage energy efficiency long term, will not only create new jobs, but reduce our overall energy consumption.” The second round of the EECBG program is expected to produce more than 27 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of energy savings annually, resulting in a cost-
savings of approximately $2.5 million per year for Tennessee communities. The grants will also allow installers and retrofitters to gain valuable training and experience, which will serve private sector companies as they expand their energy efficiency programs.
and the Brownsville Police Department. Singleton also expressed that he would plan to keep the staff updated on their training and knowledge of the job. “They are hurting us on these lawsuits and it all comes down to one thing: administrative
lack of training,” he said. If you don’t send your guys to school, learn new laws, you’re forever going to see new lawsuits. I’m pretty sure we’re close to a million dollars in lawsuits with the Haywood County Sheriff’s office.” Change is what Singleton thinks that
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residents in Haywood County are banking on. “Haywood County is looking for a change, and I want to be a part of that change,” he said. For more information on Singleton, visit http:// jasonsingletonforsheriff. c o m /