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TDEC Helps South Central Tennessee Development District Receive $1.5 Million Federal Remediation Grant

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) helped the South Central Tennessee Development District and its partners receive a federal grant of $1.5 million to address brownfields in a 13-county service area. “We congratulate these communities on their success in obtaining the grants, and we are pleased to have provided assistance in the process,” …

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Connect Bedford Committee Celebrates Rural Broadband Grant

The Connect Bedford committee held a reception on Tuesday to celebrate last month’s broadband grants which will directly benefit expansion of broadband services in rural Bedford County. William Bradford, President and CEO of United Communications, spoke at the reception, along with Bedford County Mayor Chad Graham. Greg Vick and Tracey Strassner chair the committee. The …

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Area 13 Special Olympics held on Thursday

Story and Photos by Clay Turner: The Special Olympics organization was founded in 1968. They strive to create a better world by the inclusion of all people. Through sports people with intellectual disabilities discover new strengths and abilities, skills and success. They also inspire people in their communities and to open their hearts to a …

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Waggoner Community College Student of the Year

At the sixth annual Statewide Outstanding Achievement Awards (SOAR) event hosted by the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR), Motlow State student Jaxen Waggoner from Manchester received the Community College Student of the Year Award. TBR is the state’s largest system of higher education institutions and presides over all 13 community colleges and 24 colleges of …

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Area Counties to Benefit from Broadband Grants

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Stuart C. McWhorter announced Tuesday that the state will award $162.7 million in broadband and digital opportunity grants, including two “middle mile” grants that involve area counties. United Communications, which has worked closely with the local Connect Bedford committee on broadband projects, received …

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Area Unemployment Rates Rise Slightly in Area Counties

Newly released data from the Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) documented unemployment rates below 5% in each of Tennessee’s 95 counties in March. County unemployment rates for the month range from 2.2% to 4.6%.During the month, the jobless number decreased in 12 counties across the state. Ten counties recorded rates that did not …

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Motlow State Offers Program for Adult Learners

Motlow State’s Moore County campus is re-introducing the Adult College Express (ACE) program after a pandemic-related hiatus. This program targets non-traditional adult students and makes earning an Associate of Science degree in General Studies possible in seven semesters.  “ACE classes meet one or two times a week so that busy learners can easily fit classes into …

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All Tennessee Counties See Unemployment Rates Fall

More Tennesseans started the second month of 2024 on the job as employment improved across the state in February. Every county recorded lower unemployment rates for the month, according to newly released data from the Department of Labor and Workforce Development. All 95 counties showed an improved unemployment situation when compared to their revised January …

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United Way of Highway 55 Calls for Applications for 2024-25 Grant

United Way of Highway 55 is now accepting applications for the next allocation cycle. All nonprofits that serve Coffee, Moore, or Warren County citizens are eligible to apply for funds. Applications are due May 1st, 2024. Please contact Ashley Abraham at 931-455-5678 or director@highway55unitedway.org to receive an application.  To fill out electronically, go to https://form.jotform.com/240774289820161. …

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