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Knoxville News Sentinel
Tight times: Basket to help man who works three jobs to get by
Shawn Millsaps/Special to the News Sentinel First-time Empty Stocking Fund recipient Rick Green discusses his hardships while in the company of his dog, "Chucky", and cats, "Lefty" and "Dumb," at his home in Halls, Tenn.
Tax referendum, Maryville school security discussed by readers in Around Our Town
In today's "Around Our Town" feature, the questions are related to the successful passage of a referendum to increase the sales tax in the city of Maryville and the projects slated to be funded by the revenues from it.
Victim's brother: Wait for execution 'never-ending'
Tony Williams has waited 28 years to see the man who murdered his little sister put to death.
More than a half-century on the job and still going strong
When it's time to go, she steps into dark blue polyester pants. Buttons down her white collared shirt.
The Jackson Sun
Briefly: Ex-Henderson County sheriff's case to be deliberated Monday, ...
Judge Nathan Pride read the charges to the jury before dismissing them and asking them to return Monday morning to continue.
New director leads Community Band Christmas Concert
The Cookeville Community Band will present its annual Christmas andHoliday Concert today, at 3 p.m., at the Cookeville Performing Arts Center , 10 E. Broad St., in Cookeville.
The Jackson Sun
Diet holiday food can be good too
When Gay Gregson serves you a radicchio salad with herbed Dijon vinaigrette, mouthwatering beef wellington and roasted asparagus that's followed by chocolate espresso souffle, chance are you'd never guess that she got the recipes from Jenny Craig franchise that she owns in Jackson.
The War on Teachers 2: Teachers Revolt
Two and a half years ago Metro Pulse ran a story, " The War on Teachers: How did Tennessee's educators become the new public enemy? ," which looked at legislation designed to reshape the teaching profession in Tennessee.