Former state senator to run for Smyrna City Council
by MDJ Staff
07:45 PM, Monday, July 06
SMYRNA — Former state Sen. Doug Stoner (D-Smyrna) announced Monday he will run for the Smyrna City Council representing Ward 6. The seat is being vacated by Wade Lnenicka who recently declared he will challenge incumbent Mayor Max Bacon in this ye...

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