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Savage Gulf State Natural Area changing to State Park

State officials announced on Thursday the creation of Savage Gulf State Park in Grundy and Sequatchie counties, a boost for recreation in the region, bringing the total of Tennessee’s state parks to 57. The park, featuring one of Tennessee’s most scenic areas, includes the nearly 19,000-acre Savage Gulf State Natural Area, which is also a …

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Coffee County Mayor Judd Matheny announces Temporary New County Attorney

Coffee County Mayor Judd Matheny has chosen long time Coffee County resident and attorney, Ed North as the temporary part time Coffee County Attorney, effective Oct. 1, 2022.  Robert ‘Bob” Huskey announced his retirement to the full County Commission meeting on September 13, 2022.  Bob Huskey has honorably performed nearly two decades of service to …

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Household Hazardous Waste Collection in Bedford County

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation mobile household hazardous waste collection service will be in Bedford County on Saturday, Sept. 24. Tennesseans are encouraged to bring household hazardous waste – including cleaning fluids, pesticides, rechargeable batteries and more – to a designated drop-off location. A person does not need to live in the county …

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More Mentors Needed for tnAchieves

With just one month until the October 21, 2022, deadline, tnAchieves still needs volunteer mentors to serve the TN Promise Class of 2023. At least 4,000 more mentors are needed statewide. Mentors volunteer one hour per month and are provided training as well as ongoing support from the tnAchieves team. Those interested in applying or …

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Winton announces run for Congress

If you’re tired of the same old politics: Elect Mike Winton to Congress! I’ll be honest with you; Election time is incredibly frustrating for me. Our newspapers, televisions, and mailboxes get plastered with materials from candidates trying to influence us. This Election is not going to be frustrating for me. I’ve had the opportunity to …

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Tennesseans Encouraged to Register to Vote

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022, Secretary of State Tre Hargett is encouraging Tennesseans to register to vote or make sure their address on file is up to date. It has never been easier to register to vote, cast a ballot or get accurate election information …

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National Hunting and Fishing Day is this Saturday

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will be celebrating 2022 National Hunting and Fishing Day on Saturday, Sept. 24. On this special day and 50th anniversary of its establishment, the rich tradition of fishing, hunting, and target shooting will be observed recognizing the conservation efforts of sportsmen and women across the country. The day also coincides with the …

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State Unemployment Rate Up Slightly

After three consecutive months of steady, near record low unemployment across the state, Tennessee’s jobless rate inched up slightly in August, according to the Department of Labor and Workforce Development. The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for the month is 3.4%, up just 0.1 of a percentage point from July’s rate of 3.3%. The all-time low …

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Shelbyville Church to Celebrate “Bicentennial Plus Two”

First United Methodist Church, on the square in Shelbyville, turned 200 years old in 2020 but was unable to hold its planned celebration due to COVID. Now, the church is holding a “Bicentennial Plus Two” celebration, and County Mayor Chad Graham signed a proclamation honoring the church for two centuries of local service.  The Bicentennial …

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TN to Receive $13 Million in Juul Deceptive Marketing Settlement

After an investigation found the e-cigarette maker Juul Labs deliberately targeted young people using a variety of marketing practices, Tennessee is among the states that will benefit from the court settlement. Juul has said its aim has been to “transition adult smokers away from cigarettes,” but states argued that its advertising showed otherwise. Tennessee is one …

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