Day: April 14, 2021

Coffee County baseball loses heartbreaker to Lawrence County

Both teams were strong on the pitcher’s mound on Wednesday, but Lawrence County was just a little bit stronger at the plate in a victory over Coffee County Red Raiders on Wednesday. Jacob Holder started the game for Coffee County and recorded 16 outs.  Coffee County Red Raiders lost despite out-hitting Lawrence County six to …

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Dollar General to Hire 20,000 Workers

Dollar General plans to hire 20,000 workers this spring as the discount chain continues its expansion during the pandemic. The company said Wednesday it’s looking to hire full- and part-time workers in stores and distribution centers, as well as drivers for its private-trucking fleet. Dollar General does not disclose its minimum wage for workers, but …

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Bill Requiring Schools to Alert Parents of Instruction on Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity heads to Gov. Lee

A Tennessee bill requiring school districts to alert parents of any instruction on sexual orientation or gender identity and let them opt their student out is heading to Republican Gov. Bill Lee. The legislation cleared its last hurdle in the GOP-supermajority Legislature with a 64-23 House vote Wednesday. The Senate approved the bill last week. …

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Reappraised Property Values to be Released Soon in Bedford County

In the next few days, Bedford County property owners will begin receiving their reappraisal notices. Property values in the county have risen in the five years since the last reappraisal, and it’s common for owners who get their notice (and who aren’t looking to sell their property) to become alarmed, thinking a higher property value …

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