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pacific rim exerciseBefore Brexit Corker criticizes lack of commitment to defense among NATO members
WASHINGTON – Before the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, U.S. Senator Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, on Thursday criticized the lack of commitment among NATO members to collective defense while citing mounting pressures facing Europe from Russian aggression, the flow of asylum seekers, and terrorism. Only five of NATO’s 28 member states spend the required two percent of gross domestic product (GDP) on defense.

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pacific rim exerciseBeacon Center releases new corporate handout watchdog website
NASHVILLE – The Beacon Center of Tennessee released a brand new website this week which aims to expose all of the taxpayer handouts to big businesses in Tennessee.

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Tennessee truck driver declared to be a hazard to public safety
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Home Federal Bank dedicates its 26th Habitat House
bbq bash
Big BBQ Bash benefits Helen Ross McNabb Center
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Sundress Academy for the Arts hosting barn raising party
meadow lark festival
Meadow Lark Music Festival
set for June 25
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TSBDC names Bruce Hayes as new executive director

pick tn productsPick Tennessee Products celebrates 30 years
NASHVILLE— Thirty years ago, Danny Shelton grew cantaloupes and peppers on his farm in New Market, near Knoxville. That’s when he heard the Tennessee Department of Agriculture was launching a brand new program called “Pick Tennessee Products.” The new program would help food growers and makers finds new markets and new marketing strategies to keep their Tennessee businesses growing.

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Rim of the Pacific Exercise 2016 Begins June 30
JUNE 20, 2016 AT 11:29 AM EST
WASHINGTON — The biennial Rim of the Pacific exercise that begins at the end of June will boast participation from 27 nations and 25,000 service members, 45 ships, five submarines and more than 200 aircraft

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U.S. Surgeon General visits Behavioral Health Group Knoxville Treatment Center
KNOXVILLE, June 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- In an effort to combat the ever growing rates of opioid addiction in America, the U.S. Surgeon General has launched a multi-faceted campaign to help "Turn the Tide" and roll back the devastating toll on families and communities across the country. During his recent visit to Knoxville, U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy met with local provider Behavioral Health Group (BHG)
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Sextortion affecting thousands of U.S. children
The FBI has seen a significant increase in sextortion activity against children who use the Internet, typically ages 10 to 17.
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ParaLong Drive Cup golf competition to be held in Knoxville
The ParaLong Drive Cup golf competition will be held in Knoxville on July 11th, according to Visit Knoxville Sports Commission.
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“VAXXED: From Cover-up to Catastrophe”: June 24th at Regal Downtown West
"VAXXED" – the most controversial film in America – opens in Knoxville this Friday, June 24th at Regal Downtown West Cinema 8.
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State Fire Marshal offers safety tips for outdoor music festivals
With the summer season quickly approaching, music lovers are counting down the days until the kick off of Tennessee’s major outdoor festivals such as Bonnaroo in Manchester, the CMA Music Festival in Nashville, Chattanooga’s Riverbend Festival and others across the state. The State Fire Marshal’s Office reminds music fans to always incorporate safety into their plans for summer music, no matter the festival.
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FBI Tip Line can save lives
A tip to the FBI Tip Line —no matter how cryptic, innocuous, or far-fetched the information may seem—can help prevent violent acts.
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