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Lawmakers want Free Meals for Students in Tennessee

Two republican Tennessee lawmakers are sponsoring legislation to create free meals for students. The bill calls on each Tennessee school board to create a breakfast and lunch program that provides meals for free to students. The state would reimburse the school districts after each district uses up federal funds under the National School Lunch Act …

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988 National Suicide Prevention Hotline working well for Tennesseans

More than six months after the number for the National Suicide Prevention Hotline dropped from 10 digits to three, data shows more Tennesseans are reaching out for help. About 21,000 Tennesseans have made calls to the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline since its launch in July 2022. That’s an increase of about 500 calls per month over …

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Iconic Symbol might be taken down

According to a recent report, an iconic symbol at the Tennessee-Alabama border off Interstate 65 could soon be taken down. AL.com reports that the NASA rocket at Alabama’s closed welcome center in Huntsville has been a familiar landmark to traveling Tennesseans for decades. But the Saturn 1B rocket is badly decaying, and restoring it would …

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“Park it Forward” parking tags begin March 1 at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials have announced they are selling parking tags for its “Park it Forward.” WVLT-TV in Knoxville reports that the parking program will go into effect on March 1 and require parking tags for some of the park’s most popular spots. “Park it Forward is crucial to the future of the …

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Rescue Squads Encouraged to apply for Grant Money

Tennessee officials encourage rescue squads to apply for grant money to purchase lifesaving equipment. The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance and the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office said in a news release that $2 million has been set aside to help rescue squads across the state. Gov. Bill Lee and the General Assembly approved …

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Report: Tennessee’s ‘State of the Child’ is Improving

Tennessee’s “State of the Child 2022” report is an assessment of how children are faring, and this year’s edition focuses on the situation for children post-pandemic. The report from the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth examines kids’ health and mental health, education, family economics, and the state’s child welfare and youth justice data. Richard …

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park named the Best National Park

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park has been named the best national park in the United States in a recent study shared by the online publication Travel Lens. It’s no secret millions of people enjoy the Smokies each year – as the park is the most-visited national park in the country, offering hundreds of miles of trails, …

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Attention High School Seniors

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is an important step for any student pursuing college enrollment! Filing the FAFSA serves as a student’s application for both federal and state scholarship/grant aid. It is also a mandatory requirement for TN Promise eligibility. To remain TN Promise eligible, students must file their 2023-2024 FAFSA by …

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