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15 hrs ago | The Daily News Journal
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19 hrs ago | Knoxville News Sentinel
Education: Bachelor's from East Tennessee State University; J.D. from the University of Tennessee College of Law; General Jurisdiction Curriculum, National Judicial College, University of Nevada at Reno Personal: Vice chairman of the Advisory Board of The Salvation Army, Knoxville Area Command, chairman of the board of directors of the Museum of ... (more)
23 hrs ago | The Daily News Journal
Grab your cowboy hats and slip on your favorite pair of boots for the eighth annual Saddle Up fundraiser, which is slated for 6:30 p.m. July 31. Held at the Middle Tennessee State University Foundation House, located at 324 W. Thompson Lane, tickets are $50 per ticket.
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.
Distinguished Young Women of Tennessee participants faced one of the most nervous moments of the competition Thursday - the interview.
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.
Late Thursday afternoon, Chattanooga Chief of Police Fred Fletcher announced a new assistant chief, and Chief Fletcher's Chief of Staff, David Roddy.
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.
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.
Huffman High School junior Raheim Thomas and Ramsay High School senior Jalon Thomas won a $1,000 scholarship and $500 VISA gift card each.
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.
Joines is a 1982 graduate of DuPont High School in Hermitage and attended Middle Tennessee State University.
One hundred principals from grades kindergarten through eighth volunteered at Nashville's Inglewood Elementary School Wednesday to help build new playground equipment.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 02:12 pm
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