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Fourth Anniversary of Martha Dandridge Washington Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Photo Left/Right – Guest speaker at the MDW NSDAR Fourth Anniversary Meeting was Charlotte Miller, TSDAR Speaker Staff member. Current and former regents…

Chestnut Hill VFD Receives Help From Modern Woodmen of America

Chestnut Hill VFD Receives Help From Modern Woodmen of America

MWA representative Richard Hall presenting check to CHVFD fire chief Steve Shultz and other firefighters and family members. The Dandridge Chapter of Modern…

Modern Woodmen With An Assist To JCHS Girls and Boys Basketball

Modern Woodmen With An Assist To JCHS Girls and Boys Basketball

Modern Woodmen recently helped both JCHS Girls and Boys Basketball Teams raise funds for their current season. The girls sold donut vouchers and…

Joining Hands Health Center of Jefferson City

Joining Hands Health Center of Jefferson City

Emily Terrell, Patient Care Coordinator of Joining Hands Health Center (third from left), is surrounded by Martha Dandridge Washington Chapter, NSDAR, members Jane…

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Citing a U.S. Supreme Court case and the U.S. Constitution, the Dandridge Board of Mayor and Aldermen made a resolution calling on state lawmakers to protect private property…

Both Dandridge Elementary and Mt. Horeb Elementary are now implementing the PowerUp Your School fitness and learning program as a part of their after-school activities thanks to support…

Legislation officially designating the state of Tennessee as the “Volunteer State” is moving forward in the Tennessee General Assembly. House Bill 1562 designates the “Volunteer State” as the…

State Representative Jeremy Faison (R-Cosby) has filed proposed legislation to protect agritourism businesses from claims of property damage by participants. The proposed legislation amends a Title 43 law…

The prehistoric collapse of Easter Island’s monument-building society did not occur as long thought, according to a fresh look at evidence by researchers at four institutions. “The general…

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office has released a new report that evaluates the use of portfolios in Tennessee’s teacher evaluation system. Portfolios contain collections of student work, selected by…

Tennessee needs at least $54.8 billion worth of public infrastructure improvements during the five-year period of July 2018 to June 2023—a $4.8 billion (9.7%) increase from the year…

After County Commission made a resolution on January 21, 2020 that aims to protect private property rights, bills were filed in the Tennessee General Assembly to better protect…

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Legislation Declaring Tennessee The “Volunteer State” Moves Forward

Legislation officially designating the state of Tennessee as the “Volunteer State” is moving forward in the Tennessee General Assembly. House Bill 1562 designates the “Volunteer State” as the…

Representative Faison Files Proposed Legislation to Protect Farm Tourism Businesses from Liability

Representative Faison Files Proposed Legislation to Protect Farm Tourism Businesses from Liability

State Representative Jeremy Faison (R-Cosby) has filed proposed legislation to protect agritourism businesses from claims of property damage by participants. The proposed legislation amends a Title 43 law…

Tennessee Needs at Least $54.8 Billion of Public Infrastructure Improvements

Tennessee Needs at Least $54.8 Billion of Public Infrastructure Improvements

Tennessee needs at least $54.8 billion worth of public infrastructure improvements during the five-year period of July 2018 to June 2023—a $4.8 billion (9.7%) increase from the year…

Jefferson County Commission Stands Up for Property Rights, State Legislators File Proposed Bills

Jefferson County Commission Stands Up for Property Rights, State Legislators File Proposed Bills

After County Commission made a resolution on January 21, 2020 that aims to protect private property rights, bills were filed in the Tennessee General Assembly to better protect…