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235th Anniversary Of Signing Of The U.S. Constitution Commemoration In Historic Dandridge

Bells rang out both in Dandridge and across America on Saturday afternoon, September 17, in commemoration of the 235th anniversary of the signing…

Music On The Town Crowds Turn Out For Legendary Recording Group – The Tams

Music On The Town Crowds Turn Out For Legendary Recording Group – The Tams

Crowds filled Historic Downtown Dandridge again this year as legendary mucic group The Tams took the stage for the Annual Dandridge Music on…

Dandridge Hardware Open House Greets Packed House

Dandridge Hardware Open House Greets Packed House

Dandridge Hardware, located at 275 US-25W #70, Dandridge, TN held an open house on September 27th, 2022 with attractions such as free food,…

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Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti today objected to the U.S. Department of Education’s (the Department) proposed Title IX regulations in a formal comment letter joined by nineteen other state…

After three consecutive months of steady, near record low unemployment across the state, Tennessee’s jobless rate inched up slightly in August, according to the Department of Labor and…

Jefferson County Schools (JCS) started a contractual business relationship with and made payments to a Texas based vendor to deliver Social Emotional Learning (SEL) staff training fourteen months…

On September 17 two hundred thirty-five years ago, 39 delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia signed the United States Constitution at the Pennsylvania State House (now known…

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AG Skrmetti Leads State AG Response to U.S. Department of Education’s Proposed Regulations; Redefinition of “Sex”

Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti today objected to the U.S. Department of Education’s (the Department) proposed Title IX regulations in a formal comment letter joined by nineteen other state…

Tennessee’s Unemployment Rate Inches Up Slightly in August

Tennessee’s Unemployment Rate Inches Up Slightly in August

After three consecutive months of steady, near record low unemployment across the state, Tennessee’s jobless rate inched up slightly in August, according to the Department of Labor and…

Applications Available for 2022-2023 Agricultural Enhancement Program

Applications Available for 2022-2023 Agricultural Enhancement Program

The Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) announces the application dates for this year’s Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program (TAEP) cost share program are Oct. 1-7, 2022. Producers fulfill requirements…

State and Federal Fire Assistance Grant Opportunities Now Available

State and Federal Fire Assistance Grant Opportunities Now Available

The Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s Division of Forestry provides communities, groups, and organizations with technical and financial assistance. This year, the division is offering two direct grant programs through…