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When asked how she's doing on a recent afternoon, Amiee Stubbs says something you're not likely to hear at any other workplace.
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Wed Mar 12, 2014
Quillen College of Medicine celebrates 40th anniversary
East Tennessee State University's Quillen College of Medicine has been making an impact on our region for 40 years.
Ohio Valley Commissioner Beth DeBauche on women in sports
Beth DeBauche is one of only eight female commissioners in Division I college athletics.
Ms. Cheap: Bach's music takes on new life
It's time for the return of BACHanalia --the free come-and-go music event where an assortment of musicians celebrate all things Bach.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet
Dickson running for Circuit Court Clerk
Jeff Dickson announces his campaign kickoff for the position of Wilson County Circuit Court Clerk in the August, 2014 election.
The Daily News Journal
Our View: Schools' merger, partnership encourages
Merger of Mitchell-Neilson Primary School with Mitchell-Neilson Elementary School to become Mitchell-Neilson Schools will combine the campuses along Jones Boulevard.
Ebony Rowe wins Conference USA Player of the Year
The switch to Conference USA did not slow down Middle Tennessee State University star Ebony Rowe who was named the league's Player of the Year Monday.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Cape Cod Times
Gonsalves: 'Cosmos' is must-see television
With so much dark matter and mindless entertainment on television these days, it was as if a voice from beyond said, "Let there be light."
Tennessee universities differ on accepting undocumented students
Jairo Robles didn't even bother applying to the University of Tennessee system after graduating from Nashville's McGavock High School in 2008.
More apartments going up in Johnson City
If you look around Johnson City you'll see construction in just about every corner; that's because crews continue to build new apartment complexes.
Dave Barnes headlines 'Golden Days' tour starting March 30
Nashville musician/singer David Mckee Barnes, better known as Dave Barnes , has announced tour dates for his "Golden Days Tour" in support of his new release, "Golden Days" which was released January 28, 2014.
Women rising through ranks of GM
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
Students will get to share message at TedXNashville conference
The speakers' lineup for TedXNashville is packed with executives and entrepreneurs, professors and company presidents.
Innovative strategies to attract youth to STEM
Rhonda Thomas and Shawna Stepp-Jones have launched separate initiatives designed to give students and their parents an insider's view of the many facets of engineering and the steps needed to make an engineering career a reality.
The Miami Herald
Woman who survived attack advocates self-defense
Late into the evening an attacker had entered her residence after prying his way in through the bathroom window, crawled behind where she was lying on her couch, and began choking her, hitting her in the side of the head and pulling her hair.
The Jackson Sun
Service dog owners still hounded despite change in law
Tennessee law changed last year to make travel with service dogs easier -- but if a law changes and few people know, has it really changed? The new law aims to protect people with disabilities from having to show documentation about their disabilities or their service dogs when entering businesses.
Brentwood girl gets two perfect ACT scores, looks to future in science
For most students, taking the ACT is a rite of passage. It can be an eye-opening and sometimes brutal experience, often repeated to achieve better results and possibly gain college scholarship money and win selective admission.
Detroit Free Press
33-year-old Lansing GM engineer among growing number of automaker's female leaders
Age: 33 Hometown: Chicago Career: General assembly launch manager, General Motors's Lansing Grand River assembly plant Education: Bachelor's degree in electrical and computer engineering, Tennessee State University Family: Single, no children To celebrate Shenetra Moses' college graduation, her mother pulled childhood photos dating to kindergarten ... (more)
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Brentwood to play Wilson Central in opening round of state
Brentwood can finally go to work knowing which team to prepare for after the Bruins drew Wilson Central in the opening round of the TSSAA Division I Class AAA State Basketball Championships.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
The Daily News Journal
Roediger seeks District 15 commission seat
Oakland High School Assistant Principal Tim Roediger has announced he will be a candidate for the Rutherford County Commission representing the 15th District, in the August 7 election.