Day: April 9, 2020

State Makes Big Changes Concerning Education

Tennessee’s State Board of Education issued emergency rules for schools on Thursday. These new guidelines are for the 2019-20 academic year. In order to graduate, this year’s seniors must have 20 credits as of March 20, 2020. High school seniors will not be required to take the ACT or SAT to graduate. Teachers whose licenses …

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Bridgestone Going Back to Work

Bridgestone announced plans to restart North American commercial tire plants and diversified products operations on April 13. Tennessee plants in LaVergne and Warren County are among those set to reopen Monday. The company says some of its plants have already reopened due to demand from essential service providers. Bridgestone plans to comply with the latest …

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Farm Bureau Insurance Paying it Forward

Responding to economic stresses caused by the coronavirus emergency, Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee is issuing $30 million in special payments to auto policyholders, Chief Executive Officer Jeff Pannell announced Wednesday. Pannell said Farm Bureau Insurance is opting to “pay it forward.” The payment program is funded from Farm Bureau Insurance reserve funds, which are …

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High-Speed Pursuit Ends in Tullahoma

A high-speed pursuit began earlier this week near the Decherd Kroger. Decherd officers pursued the vehicle and received help from Tullahoma Police before the pursuit ended at Northgate Mall in Tullahoma. Two men left the vehicle and attempted to flee on foot before being captured a short time later. Jarquias Jimar of Nashville, and Wilbur …

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