Monthly Archives: October 2021

Middle Tennessee with 5 takeaways, tops Southern Miss 35-10

Posted: Oct 30, 2021 / 8:55 PM MDT / Update: Oct 30, 2021 / 8:55 PM MDT MURFREESBORO, Tennessee (AP) Quarterback Mike DeLiello ran 77 yards and a pair of touchdowns and the Middle Tennessee defense had five takeaways as the Blue Raiders beat South Mississippi 35-10 on Saturday. In addition to DeLiello’s 6- and 14-yard touchdown passes, Middle Tennessee ...

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Difficult disability claims in rural areas; data show low approval rates | New

ATLANTA – Getting approval for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration isn’t easy, but depending on where you live it could be even more difficult. In northern Alabama, for example, three of the judges hearing disability claims have the lowest approval records of any administrative law judge in the state; two of them also have one of the lowest ...

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51% entirely in Anderson, 41% in Roane, 48% in Morgan

Anderson County has administered more than 84,470 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine as of October 26, according to data from the Tennessee Department of Health. This represents a 1.75% increase from the tally of 83,020 COVID-19 doses administered the previous week. In Anderson County, 51% of people living in Anderson County are fully vaccinated as of October 26. The Centers ...

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Bristol, Tenn. men charged after alleged burglary attempt | WJHL

SULLIVAN COUNTY, Tennessee (WJHL) – Two men from Bristol, Tennessee, have been arrested on multiple counts after they were found trying to enter a building on Exide Drive, authorities said. WATCH: Early morning fire damages Johnson City apartment, authorities say According to a Bristol arrest report, Tennessee Police (BTPD) saw two men early Friday morning at a former Exide property ...

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House committee passes bill to allow concealed carrying of weapons without training

An Ohio House committee on Thursday passed a law that would allow most Ohioans aged 21 and over to legally carry a concealed firearm. Current law allows Ohio residents to carry concealed weapons after completing eight hours of training and submitting a request to their county sheriff, who conducts a background check. Bill 227, if passed, would remove the training ...

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Thursday Special Session Bills – Tennessee Lookout

A sweeping series of measures designed to curb local dissent over state COVID policies, and to verify the governor’s emergency powers, easily made their way through the hearings of the Republican-dominated committee in the specially called legislative session. Thursday. They include tough new penalties for members of locally elected school boards who defy executive orders and a mechanism for the ...

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The Ministry of Health publishes the statistics of the coronavirus of October 27 | Covid19

The Tennessee Department of Health has released its latest statistics relating to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. As of 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Tennessee reported 1,277,517 total cases (+1,260), including 14,300 active and 16,294 total deaths (+51) with 10,284,699 total tests (+12,224) completed. Statewide, 1,078 cases (-34) were currently hospitalized as of Wednesday, October 27. McMinn County has reported 10,512 total ...

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