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Pedal for Alzheimer’s announces 1,098-mile ride route for 2018
KNOXVILLE – The co-chairs of Pedal for Alzheimer’s, Joshua Crisp and Michelle Brooke-Marciniak, announced the route for the upcoming October 7-17, 2018 ride. This year’s goal is to “Raise the Bar.” The 1,098-mile team cycling event honors and commemorates Pat Summitt’s 1,098 wins as the legendary coach of the University of Tennessee Lady Volunteer basketball team.
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Knox County lawyer censured
KNOXVILE - On July 17, 2018, a Knoxville attorney received a Public Censure from the Board of Professional Responsibility of the Tennessee Supreme Court.
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WGU Tennessee climbs to third-largest private, nonprofit university in state
NASHVILLE, TN - WGU Tennessee – a nonprofit, online university launched in 2013 as part of Gov. Bill Haslam’s Drive to 55 initiative - has grown to the third-largest private, nonprofit university in the state based on full-time enrollment.
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Former corrections officer indicted, accused of assault and false reporting
child molestor
Fifty two year old man charged with
sexual exploitation of a minor
david hirschi
Local comedian appears on
The Gong Show
cargo city
From Nothing to Something:
Cargo City Takes Shape

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Three small businesses win at
Pick Tennessee Trade Show
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Young-Williams Animal Center equips Animal Control officers with microchip scanners
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Knoxville banker selected for Leadership Academy
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Crim joins Alliance for
Better Nonprofits
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Waters named Tennessee Division of Forestry Fire Chief



DENSO Foundation awards nearly $1 million in STEM education grants

SOUTHFIELD, MI, /PRNewswire/ -- DENSO North America Foundation (DNAF) - is donating nearly $1 million in overall funding to 22 institutions of higher learning across North America to support science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) educational programming.
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Shoney’s® restaurants offering FREE KidCare Photo ID events in August
KNOXVILLE – Now in its 24nd year, Shoney’s KidCare Photo ID events will take place in the Greater Knoxville area for three days only, August 4, 5 & 8, 2018.
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Folds of Honor Foundation receives $405,000 donation from Twin Peaks
DALLAS - During its recent national contest, Twin Peaks presented a $405,000 donation to its national charity Folds of Honor.
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Tennessee winter wheat production down from 2017
NASHVILLE, TN – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) released its July Crop Production report, based on the Agricultural Yield survey conducted at the beginning of month. The report includes information on Tennessee’s winter wheat forecast.
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Trident Shield 18 Tests Mississippi's Domestic Operations Response

CAMP SHELBY, MS — In August 2005, Hurricane Katrina swept through the entire state of Mississippi, finally decreasing to a tropical storm as it entered Tennessee. Its passing left 238 Mississippians dead, all 82 counties were officially declared disaster areas, and many coastal towns were simply obliterated. In June, Hurricane Gordon was threatening to do it again - at least on paper.
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