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HISTory Told By Her: A Michael Jackson Tribute benefit for United Way

Cat Murray is back with her annual HIStory Told by Her: A Michael Jackson Tribute show for 2023! The show must go on and has for 12 years! Every year the funds raised go to a nonprofit/organization that helps our community. Last year funds raised went to The Imagination Library of Coffee Co. This year …

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Thousands Might Lose Their TennCare

Nearly 300,000 Tennesseans who enrolled in Medicaid during the COVID-19 pandemic are expected to lose their coverage this year now that state officials are once again allowed to bump people from the government-funded health insurance program. A spokesperson for TennCare, the state’s Medicaid program, said this week that no removals will occur until April 1. …

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TCS sees Five Elementary Students named to TN Treble Honor Choir

Five TCS students were recently selected as members of the Tennessee Treble Honor Choir, which will perform in Nashville this April. Bel-Aire Elementary School had four students who were named to the honor choir. The four Bees selected are Kyra Gentry, Gavin Good, Alyzabeth Holman and Analeigh Spain. “I am so proud of all my …

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Tree Day in Tennessee is March 18

Tennessee residents are invited to beautify their properties and their communities by planting trees on Tennessee Tree Day on March 18, 2023. Trees are available to reserve online now through February 26 for a small donation per tree while supplies last. Residents may reserve native trees online to plant at their properties by visiting the event website: tectn.org/TennesseeTreeDay. Ten …

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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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“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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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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