8 hrs ago
Devoted MTSU Friend John Seigenthaler Dead At 86 | John Seigenthaler, dead at 86; MTSU; WGNS
John Seigenthaler, right, listens to a question from the audience with his son, John Michael Seigenthaler, during a September 2011 conversation, "Living the First Amendment," at MTSU.
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12 hrs ago
Cleveland Daily Banner
DYW participants complete interview phase of program
Distinguished Young Women of Tennessee participants faced one of the most nervous moments of the competition Thursday - the interview.
17 hrs ago
The Modesto Bee
John Seigenthaler, Tennessee journalist, dies
In his wide-ranging career, Seigenthaler also served on Robert Kennedy's presidential campaign and founded the First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University in Nashville.
18 hrs ago
Four candidates vie for circuit court clerk
With Circuit Clerk Linda Neal's decision not to seek re-election, four candidates - Bud Brandon, Jeff Dickson, Felicia Plumlee Hale and Debbie Moss decided to make a run for the Wilson County circuit court clerk position in the Aug. 7 election.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Chief Fletcher Names David Roddy As New Assistant Chief, Chief Of Staff
Late Thursday afternoon, Chattanooga Chief of Police Fred Fletcher announced a new assistant chief, and Chief Fletcher's Chief of Staff, David Roddy.
Knoxville News Sentinel
Retired Loudon County Judge Russell dies
Retired Loudon County General Sessions Judge William Henry "Bill" Russell, 75, died Thursday at Parkwest Medical Center of complications related to a recent heart attack and stroke.
Volunteers host field day for Nashville children in need
You might not think that running a relay or playing tug-of-war could help a child in need, but Thursday dozens of children spent valuable time with area volunteers at the Bethlehem United Way Family Resource Center.
Regions honors two local students with $1,000 scholarships for performance in SummerQuest
Huffman High School junior Raheim Thomas and Ramsay High School senior Jalon Thomas won a $1,000 scholarship and $500 VISA gift card each.
Lebanon teacher retires after 48 years
New students entering Lebanon High School this fall may not be told to "lower it to a roar," "think of it as an adventure," or hear, "OK angels, the word for the day isa " That's because longtime English teacher Bonnie Fakes retired.
TSU to get 'StormReady' designation
Tennessee State University says it is receiving a certification from the National Weather Service signifying that the university is well prepared to protect its people and property from severe weather.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Joines announces re-election plans for District 14 commissioner
Joines is a 1982 graduate of DuPont High School in Hermitage and attended Middle Tennessee State University.
100 principals from around U.S. help build Inglewood playground
One hundred principals from grades kindergarten through eighth volunteered at Nashville's Inglewood Elementary School Wednesday to help build new playground equipment.
Wilson County election series
Editor's Note: The following is a series of questions and answers taken verbatim from a Lebanon Democrat questionnaire recently filled out and returned by each candidate in the Wilson County trustee's race.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
The Bluegrass Blog
For a Season - Matt Wallace
One of the latest sidemen to make a solo debut is bass player Matt Wallace. A Knoxville, TN native who has done stints with Newton & Thomas, Paul Williams & the Victory Trio, David Parmley & Continental Divide, and Audie Blaylock & Redline, among others, Wallace is the current bass player for Terry Baucom's Dukes of Drive.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Suspicious package reported on MTSU campus not hazardous
Police investigated the report of a suspicious package on the Middle Tennessee State University campus Monday morning.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
The Greenville News
Engagement: Rebecca Ann Clanton & Forrest Riddle McPhail
The future bride, a graduate of Mercer University, is a student in Mercer's Physician Assistant program in Atlanta.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
After 87 Years, The Bristol Sessions are Reborn
In 1927, Ralph S. Peer went to Bristol, TN/VA with his recording gear. Little did he know what the impact of that journey would become.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Cleveland Daily Banner
Tuition hike at CSCC is 1-year focus
The Tennessee Board of Regents has voted to raise costs at all its colleges this fall, Cleveland State Community College included.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Harper: County Commission District 15 candidate
Mr. Banasiak informed me that he would not seek election to the newly re-districted District 15. I count myself as a friend of his and have been deeply appreciative for his eight years of service as a County Commissioner.
Colorado Springs Business Journal
PPCC hires new director of grants
Pirie will oversee the Grant Office and guide PPCC's grants development and management services as they relate to the solicitations, acquisition and management of governmental funding and support from private funders, focusing on project design, processes, training and oversight required to foster successful projects that advance the college's ... (more)