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Oak Ridge makes headway toward Y-12 building knockdown

y-12 building knockdown

Four Tennessee farms awarded grants

Former Chattanooga Police Chief indicted, charged in TBI residency investigation

 
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rental home burns Fire destroys garage apartment in North Knoxville

KNOXVILLE – The Knoxville Fire Department was dispatched to a reported detached garage on fire in the 4303 block of Tazewell Pike in Fountain City.

bragg street fire Fire damages home in Lonsdale community

KNOXVILLE - The Knoxville Fire Department was alerted to a house filled with smoke by a neighbor of 2621 Bragg Street. The unidentified neighbor drove up to Fire Station 7 in the Lonsdale community. The male advised a house was possibly on fire on Bragg Street.

sean mcnally afternoon drive Sean McNally debuts today as new on-air host, Afternoon Drive

KNOXVILLE – Cumulus Media (NASDAQ: CMLS) has appointed Sean “Mac” McNally as On-Air Host, Afternoon Drive, for legendary Knoxville Country station WIVK-FM 107.7.

dogwood arts new murals Dogwood Arts commissions seven new murals in downtown Knoxville

KNOXVILLE — Strong Alley in Downtown Knoxville is getting a ‘summer refresh’ with the addition of seven new murals commissioned by Dogwood Arts.

ettp transformation project EPA Award recognizes EM’s Work to transform ETTP

OAK RIDGE, TN – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recognized the Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management (OREM) and cleanup contractor UCOR for successful cleanup of the East Tennessee Technology Park (ETTP).

flanders lane fire Four apartments burn in morning fire

KNOXVILLE - At 11:00 am Sunday morning Knox County 911 Communications received a call about an apartment on fire at 806 Flanders Lane. When crews arrived, they found heavy smoke coming from the attic from one end to the other and heavy fire coming from the rear of the building.

New funding for nuclear education in Tennessee






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stop the bleed TN Department of Children’s Services hosts ‘Stop the Bleed’

SOMERVILLE, TN – The Tennessee Department of Children’s Services (DCS), in collaboration with Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis, hosted ‘Stop the Bleed’ training at Wilder Youth Development Center recently. Youth who participated in the event are now equipped with a unique set of skills to save lives.

AG Skrmetti warns financial institutions to fully comply with the Tennessee Second Amendment Financial Privacy Act


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No student loan bailouts for campus criminals

Sen. Oliver, Rep. Behn announce bill to make preschool free for every 4-year-old

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NATIONAL / WORLD NEWS

Records show CIA deployed bomb techs, dog teams to DC on January 6

U.S. bases in Europe go to higher state of alert

us military bases on high alert


Tropical fish are invading Australian ocean water

wildlife refuges



Rocky Top Ford at war with Sevier County Ogles and Whaleys, et. al
Council approves grant funding to support improvements at Birdhouse, botanical garden
Rocky Top Ford at war with Sevier County Ogles and Whaleys, et. al
Tennessee’s 5th Baby Box blessed in Clinton
How the UT Institute of Agriculture is making a difference
325.5 million visits to national parks in 2023
City releases strategy to meet housing challenges
The Future of Ijams Nature Center features new campus master plan
Knoxville named in Beacon Center 2023 Pork Report
Tennessee’s 1st Baby Box is blessed
New projects will improve forest health and wildlife habitat
Department of the Interior celebrates recovery of the snail darter
Follow Me to Tennessee: Tennessee Migration Report
National Park receives $31 million to repair Foothills Parkway West

National Park Service acquires 60 acres of land
TVA approves Asian carp fish barriers at seven dams
New sidewalks to be built in Lonsdale
$2 million committed to Burlington streetscape project
New East Knoxville greenway to connect parks, botanical garden
City investing $1.6 million to build sidewalks along Old Broadway
Service proposes listing for the rare sickle darter fish



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July 20 resource fair focuses on credit scores, helping families attain financial sustainability
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Another Knox County lawyer suspended
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Whooping cough on the move in Knox County
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Principles of Real Estate and Murder: a Frank Merchant Mystery

principles of real estate and murder

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Retiring from the Knox County Sheriff's office after decades of service, former Detective Frank Merchant was no stranger to crime scenes or blood. Still, after an existential crisis about "next steps" the widower decides that real estate might be a fun new "second career." He didn't expect more blood, but when his first client, a Scientist at the Oak Ridge National Lab, ends up dead, he struggles to sort out his old life from his new! Who is trying to keep him from getting to the truth? Shadowy enemies of the State, the demands of the new career and some gun-wielding ex-cons all seem to be determined to stop him one way or the other. Order your copy





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