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Sharp County Judge Larry Brown seeking re-election

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Larry Brown has announced his candidacy for re-election as Sharp County Judge.

"I have appreciated the opportunity to work for the citizens of Sharp County during the past three years. With five federally declared disasters in the last two years, it has been challenging, but I have enjoyed working with the Quorum Court, city and county officials. There has been a tremendous amount of cooperation between all levels of government. There are many challenges ahead; together we can work to continue making Sharp County a better place in which to live," Brown said.

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Just a short note on a disaster that is taking place in Sharp Co. as I type this. We in the Twin Rivers school district are facing life altering changes in the lives of our children. No one seems to want to work with or help us. The say it is a done deal. Sharp County will not be the same place to live once our "small" school is closed down. We will lose residents because they have been forced to relocate. We are talking 100+ jobs will be wiped out. What will that do to Sharp County? Everytime we go to someone looking for some sort of answers, we are sent to someone else. No one seems to have control of this situation. Or should I say no one will own up to it. We have contacted many people, who in turn all send us back to Beebee but when we go to him, his "office" (not him) tells us he has no control or power over the education system. If I remember correctly that was his campaign promise "No child left behind" We are looking for supporters of our small/rural school system. Judge Brown can you help us in any way?

-- Posted by KathyG on Sun, Feb 28, 2010, at 3:09 PM

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