Monthly Archives: July 2022

East Tennessee State University’s Appalachian Archives Digitizes Black History Collection

From ETSU: There is a 47-minute VHS recording that features an interview with the Class of 1964 from Langston High School, a now-closed institution that served black students in Johnson City beginning in the 1890s. A Masonic Bulletin from 1985, as well as a A 1981 Kingsport Times-News article about the Pro-To Club, a non-profit society aimed at promoting the ...

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In the United States, abortion laws differ from one end of the street to the other

BRISTOL, TENNESSEE — The sheets are great. Some are light pink, others bright pink or purple, bound and stretched by people holding wooden poles. Together the leaves form a barrier across the parking lot. The activists, who support women’s right to abortion, wear bright pink vests with PRO-CHOICE in black emblazoned on the front. This is the first line of ...

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Stocks to buy: Kunal Bothra shortlists 3 sectors that can push Nifty above 17,500 next week

What matters for the markets, on the upside, whether in the traditional sectors or the three key sectors of automotive, consumer packaged goods and banking, said market expert Kunal Bothra in an interview with ET Now. Edited excerpts National indices have been on a hot run so far, but is this momentum likely to continue or will there be consolidation ...

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Four arrested at Nashville Planned Parenthood Clinic – Tennessee Lookout

Metro Nashville police officers arrested four people on Thursday for misdemeanor trespassing at Planned Parenthood. Authorities have charged Rickey Williams, Bevelyn Williams, Edmee Chavannes and Brea Crum. Three of them were physically arrested at the property except for Crum, who was arrested by citation as she had her infant child with her at the time. “Today’s extremist activity makes it ...

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Tennessee National Guard responds to severe flooding in Kentucky

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Adjutant General Maj. Gen. Jeff Holmes announced yesterday that five Tennessee Army National Guard Blackhawk helicopters are supporting state, county and local emergency responders assisting citizens of Kentucky affected by flash flooding. Governor Bill Lee authorized the Tennessee Wardens to provide this critical air rescue support in eastern Kentucky in coordination with the Tennessee and Kentucky ...

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Opening of the first THC-friendly bar and restaurant in Tennessee

The first bar and restaurant in Tennessee to serve THC opened today in the Germantown neighborhood of Nashville. The restaurant gets away with it because the THC in the products is derived from hemp, which makes it federally legal, according to the company. Buds & Brews is the state’s first THC-friendly bar and restaurant located at 1246 3rd Avenue in ...

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Tribune Endorses Jerry Maynard for State Senate

By grandstand staff NASHVILLE, TN – Former Metro Councilman Jerry Maynard, II is running for the District 19 state senator seat previously held by Brenda Gilmore. With the backing of community leaders including Howard Gentry, Sharon Hurt, Vincent Dixie and Brenda and Erica Gilmore, The Tennessee Tribune is the latest to officially endorse Maynard for the role. “What we do ...

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President Biden announces key nominees

WASHINGTON – Today, President Joe Biden announced his intention to name the following leaders to serve as key leaders in his administration: Jessica Looman, Wage and Hour Administration Candidate, United States Department of Labor Hugo Yue-Ho Yon, candidate for the post of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of the Maldives Joe H. Ritch, Nominee for Tennessee Valley Authority ...

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New Tennessee law offering naloxone prescriptions aims to curb opioid abuse

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) – A new law in Tennessee requires doctors to offer a prescription for naloxone to certain patients, giving them the tool to prevent an overdose. There are a few criteria for being offered the prescription. According to the Vanderbilt University Medical Center, being prescribed more than a three-day supply of opioids, being prescribed an opioid at the ...

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Storage Tank Law Enforcement/Trust Fund Eligibility: Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Proposed Executive Order Regarding the Henderson Underground Storage Tank System | Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, LLC

Download PDF The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (“TDEC”) on July 19 issued a Proposed Order and Assessment (“Order”) to Johnson and Clayton, Inc. (“JCI”) regarding the Eligibility for the Underground Storage Tank Trust Fund and Alleged Violations. See Case No. FDA22-0014. The order states that JCI is the registered owner of six underground storage tanks (“UST”) in Henderson, ...

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Chattanooga Natives Open Cereset Franchise to Promote Brain Health and Wellness Locally

In an effort to help Chattanooga residents relax and enjoy life to the fullest, area natives Chase and Katie Whitmire opened Scenic City’s first Cereset franchise. Located in the historic downtown James Building on Broad Street, Cereset is a wellness experience that helps individuals relax their brains to manage stress, restore hope, and finally achieve restful sleep using patented technology. ...

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Point of Sale Display Market 2022 Latest Innovations, Key Metrics and Future Development Status Recorded from 2022 to 2028 – This Is Ardee

In his recently published report, entitled Global point-of-sale display market, MarketQuest.biz provided unique market insights for the given period 2022-. One of the main objectives of this report is to categorize various market dynamics and offer the latest updates such as various technological developments, new entrants in the market, which are impacting different segments of the global Dot Market of ...

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Lawmakers consider exemptions to Tennessee trigger law

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee attorney general’s office said Monday it’s still unclear when the state’s anti-abortion trigger ban will go into effect, but some state lawmakers are sounding the alarm over the fact that the ban has no exceptions for victims of rape or incest. Tennessee has restricted abortion from the sixth week of pregnancy — when most ...

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SmileDirectClub announces the appointment of Alex Dimitrief to

NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 25. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SmileDirectClub, Inc. (Nasdaq: SDC), the next-generation oral care company with the first medical technology platform for straightening teeth, today announced the appointment of Alex Dimitrief as an independent director of its board of directors, with immediate effect. Mr. Dimitrief is an experienced director and C-suite leader with experience leading global businesses ...

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WineInk: Gamble Family Vineyards Supports Napa’s Future

The sun sets over Napa Valley and the “Family Home” vineyard of the Gamble Family Winery in the Oakville AVA.Sarah Anne Risk, courtesy of Gamble Vineyards It’s easy to forget that behind every bottle of wine there is a farmer. As consumers (and wine writers) we can get so wrapped up in tasting notes, pedigree, packaging and all the glamor ...

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After court rulings, Tennessee governor wastes no time rolling out voucher program for private schools

This story was first published on chalk beat. Sign up for their newsletters at www.chalkbeat.org/newsletters. Less than a week after judges allowed Tennessee to resume work on its long-stalled private school voucher program, the program’s website has come back to life and forms are available online for families. and private schools in Memphis and Nashville interested in participating. Last week, ...

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New intersection opened at Highway 56 and Keltonburg Road (Highway 288)

Tennessee Department of Transportation announced that the contractor, Jones Brothers Contractors, has moved traffic on State Route 288 (Keltonburg Road) to the new State Route 56 (McMinnville Highway) intersection which is now directly across from Blue Springs Road. Motorists should exercise caution at the new intersection and take into account the new traffic pattern. The old crossroads has been closed ...

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NCAA charges Tennessee with 18 major violations under Pruitt

FILE – Jeremy Pruitt, then NCAA college football head coach of Tennessee, speaks during the Southeastern Conference Media Days in Atlanta, July 18, 2018. On Friday, July 22, 2022, the NCAA has charged Tennessee with 18 recruiting violations involving allegations of money, gifts and benefits given under fired football coach Jeremy Pruitt. (AP Photo/John Bazemore, File) John Bazemore PA Tennessee ...

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Josh Heupel addresses the addition of transfer receiver Bru McCoy

Wide receiver Bru McCoy plans to be back on the football field this fall. After six games at USC as a freshman, McCoy missed the entire 2021 season due to legal issues. The suspension led to an eventual lawsuit that McCoy filed against the Trojans. He transferred to Tennessee this offseason and plans to play a role with the exhausted ...

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What Clay and Buck Did Instead of Watching the Jan. 6 Show

CLAY: Buck, did you watch any of the January 6 hearings last night? BUCK: Not a move my friend. I watched “The Terminal List”, based on the book written by my friend Jack Carr. Fantastic, Chris Pratt, recommend it to everyone. Clay, you need to check. CLAY: I want to check. I had gone out to dinner. Morgan Ortagus, a ...

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Barclays reaffirms Intermediate Capital Group (ICP) ‘overweight’ rating

Intermediate Capital Group (LON:ICP – Get Rating)The stock had its “overweight” rating reissued by Barclays stock analysts in a note released Friday to investors, reports MarketBeat Ratings. They currently have a price target of 2,545 GBX ($30.42) on the stock. Barclays’ target price suggests a potential upside of 75.46% from the stock’s previous close. Several other analysts have also published ...

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Active shooter training held in West Tennessee

BENTON COUNTY, Tenn. – A community prepares for the worst-case scenario. Active shooter training held in West Tennessee Active shooter training held in West Tennessee Active shooter training held in West Tennessee Active shooter training held in West Tennessee The Dickson Police Department was in Benton County on Thursday helping local first responders prepare for what they call an active ...

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Cross, Wolcott, named Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholars

Tennessee male golfers Spencer Cross and Hunter Wolcott have been honored as Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholars, the Golf Coaches Association of America announced Thursday. To be eligible for nomination to the Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar, one must play in 50% of their team’s competitive rounds, have a stroke average below 76.0 in NCAA Division I, and maintain a minimum career ...

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Lelan Statom Returns as Forgiveness Luncheon Emcee

NASHVILLE, TN – Dismas House, one of the largest residential rehabilitation programs in the state of Tennessee, is pleased to announce this year’s host for the agency’s fundraiser, the Forgiveness Luncheon on Tuesday. October 11. Returning to serve as emcee of the 2022 is Emmy Award-winning meteorologist Lelan Statom. Statom has been a trusted television presence in Middle Tennessee since ...

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Tennessee Governor Accelerates Rollout of School Vouchers

Less than a week after judges allowed Tennessee to resume work on its long-stalled private school voucher program, the program website has revived and forms are available online for families and private schools in Memphis and Nashville interested in participating. On Wednesday, Governor Bill Lee announced that some 600 families had completed the form and More than 40 private schools ...

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National parks bring $870 million to Tennessee

Nature lovers who visited National Parks Service lands in Tennessee last year spent $870 million in surrounding communities, according to a new federal report. That money has helped support more than 11,700 jobs, according to the federal agency. Driving the news: The Park Service released a report last month charting the economic ripple effects of national parks, monuments, recreation areas ...

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Tennessee Gas Prices Drop Another 18 Cents – Clarksville Online

Tennessee is the 7th cheapest market in the country Nashville, TN – The downward trend at the gas pump continues as Tennessee heads for its fifth straight week of declines. Gasoline prices fell, on average, 18 cents from last week – the biggest weekly drop so far this year. Tennessee’s average gas price is now $4.10, 50 cents lower than ...

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Maine US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate urges a Navy veteran or shipyard worker with mesothelioma in Maine to call Danziger & De Llano’s legal team regarding compensation in the millions

Bangor, Maine, July 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The US Navy Veteran Mesothelioma Advocate from Maine urges a navy veteran or shipyard worker who just found out he has mesothelioma Maine or their family to begin the financial compensation process as soon as possible and call the outstanding legal team at Danziger & De Llano Law Firm at 800-864-4000 for best ...

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Farm Expo moves to Hutchinson

After 12 years, the Great Bend Farm Ranch and Hemp Expo is no more. Bird City-based Star Enterprises, which owns the show, will move it to Hutchinson, starting next year. Named Kansas Ag Expo in Hutchinson, it will run from March 30 to April 1, 2023. According to a link to the show on the Star Enterprises website, “Kansas Ag ...

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Tennessee men charged with vandalizing more than 150 headstones

The markers were knocked over and damaged in the Cedar Grove and Wilson County Memorial Gardens cemeteries in Lebanon, Tennessee. “As someone who has family interred in both Cedar Grove Cemetery and the Wilson County Memorial Gardens, I am angered by the vandalism that has happened overnight,” the official said. mayor of Lebanon, Rick Bell, in a post on Facebook. ...

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‘Operation Southern Slow Down’ speed crackdown begins Monday

Drivers who feel the need for speed should hit the brakes or be prepared to see blue lights in their rearview mirror during “Operation Southern Slow Down.” The week-long speed enforcement and education campaign formerly called “Operation Southern Shield” returns to five southeastern states July 18-24. The campaign has a new name, but its mission to save lives by curbing ...

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MTSU Athletics is #BLUEnited in 2022

History links MURFRESBORO, Tenn. — Blue Raider fans across Central State and across the country will be #BLUEnited this fall, as Middle Tennessee Athletics launches its #BLUEnited marketing campaign ahead of the start of the first games of the 2022-23 season in August. Fans will be able to spot new #BLUEnited branded billboards, yard signs and facilities ...

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The risk of a decline in the dollar increases, after crossing parity with the euro

The dollar was the strongest for most of the week and even exceeded parity with the euro. But the greenback pared its gains due to a late reversal in market sentiment and finished only second best. The Swiss franc was surprisingly the best performer, while the kiwi was the third. The yen was the weakest as the selloff continued on ...

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Ford, SK We formalize joint venture to build EV batteries in Tennessee, Kentucky

Ford Motor Co. and South Korean battery maker SK On Co. officially formed a joint venture this week to jointly operate electric vehicle battery factories in the United States, a move announced last year. SK On and an SK On subsidiary called SK Battery America Inc. on Wednesday closed the formation of BlueOvalSK, LLC, a joint venture that will build ...

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Connecticut political campaigns clash over abortion

July 15, 2022, 9:55 p.m.Updated 3 hours ago By: News 12 Staff Three weeks after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, Connecticut Democrats are campaigning hard on abortion. But in a state where reproductive rights are firmly entrenched, Republicans say voters are more concerned about record inflation and slow economic growth. Governor Ned Lamont hits the airwaves with an ...

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A look back at the Tennessee primary elections

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Voters can start voting Friday in Tennessee’s Aug. 4 primary election as candidates compete for their party’s nomination for gubernatorial, congressional and state Legislative seats. . Some local counties will also have judicial elections, ballot initiatives and district attorney races. Here’s a look at some of the best contests: GOVERNOR Republican Governor Bill Lee is running ...

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Governor Mills Announces Statewide Expansion of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in Maine

Starting in 2023, the State of Maine and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library will provide a monthly book for children from birth to age five, free to families through funding shared by Dolly, the State of Maine and local community partners. Portland, Maine – During a virtual chat with iconic singer-songwriter Dolly Parton at the National Governor’s Association today, Governor Janet ...

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Motos America Announces Award of Open Point BMW Motorcycle Dealership in Suburban Atlanta Roswell

SALT LAKE CITY, UT/ACCESSWIRE/July 15, 2022/ America Motorcycles Inc. (OTC PINK: WECT-D) (the “Company”), a publicly traded motorcycle dealership group, today announced the official award of an open-point BMW motorcycle dealership to be located in Roswell, in Georgia, in the suburbs of Atlanta. Motos America’s selection for this open-point dealership was confirmed following a meeting last week in BMW’s German ...

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Courtney Swim joins Tennessee Department of Revenue as chief of staff

The Department of Revenue announced the hiring of Courtney Swim as the agency’s chief of staff, effective August 1. In this role, Ms. Swim will oversee the department’s offices of legislation, communications, research and tax policy. Ms. Swim joins Revenue after working last year as an Associate Advisor for the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States, where she researched ...

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Middle Tennessee’s only public Arnold Palmer golf course expands offerings

SPRING HILL, Tenn. (WTVF) – Following a pandemic where the game of golf has seen an increase in player numbers, Nashville’s only public Arnold Palmer Golf Course is set to open a public clubhouse and restaurant. Towhee Golf Course will host a grand opening event on Sunday to celebrate its expansion. “Everyone was super excited,” said Towhee Golf Course General ...

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Tennessee’s ‘slow’ playing season doesn’t hamper tax haul

The summer slump isn’t just for TV or bored school-aged kids. The ever-growing market for legalized sports betting also declines during the summer months. But that’s not because of the holidays per se, as much as the dwindling number of high-profile betting events between the end of NCAA’s March Madness and the start of professional and college football seasons. “A ...

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DeSantis, looking to 2024, hosts Florida conference with top GOP governors and candidates

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who has been maneuvering for a possible White House race in 2024, held a one-day conference in Fort Lauderdale with several high-profile Republican governors and candidates in late June, a source close to confirmed from one of the CBS News participants. . Among those present was Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds. South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster, Oklahoma ...

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Memphis City Council approves reproductive autonomy bill – Tennessee Lookout

(This story has been updated.) The Memphis City Council on Tuesday passed a resolution calling reproductive autonomy a necessity as part of a broader effort by local elected officials to fight the state’s strict abortion laws. Last week, a member of the Memphis City Council J.B. Smiley announced that he would introduce a resolution to discourage local law enforcement from ...

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John “Chip” Saltsman named to serve on Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission

NASHVILLE — John “Chip” Saltsman has been appointed to the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission. His appointment as statewide commissioner is effective immediately and was made by Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton. A well-known national political strategist, Mr. Saltsman has worked primarily in his home state. He has worked as a consultant on several national and state campaigns. He also ...

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A US Navy veterans mesothelioma advocate in Florida urges the family of a Navy veteran with mesothelioma in Florida to call Danziger & De Llano’s remarkable legal team to ensure the best compensation is available. produce – it could be millions

TAMPA Bay, Florida., July 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate in Florida urges the family of a Navy veteran who has just been diagnosed with mesothelioma anywhere in Florida call the outstanding legal team at Danziger & De Llano Law Firm at 800-864-4000 for much better pay results. Danziger & De Llano is a nationwide law ...

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Stefanowski bases ad on Lamont’s ‘offhand comment’ about Nashville

Gov. Ned Lamont said Monday he was frustrated last fall when he incorrectly suggested that successful venture capitalist Annie Lamont preferred investing in Tennessee over Connecticut because potential political and ethical complications inherent in conducting business in a state ruled by her. husband. “Unfortunately, that’s it for Connecticut businesses,” Lamont said Nov. 30, responding to criticism that his wife’s company, ...

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Additional agents for maintenance therapy of AML

Ryan Haumschild, Doctor of Pharmacy, MS, MBA: Speaking of these more innovative agents coming in, [or have been coming] to market, Dr. McCoy, do you have any more to add? I know we’ve heard a glimpse of these agents, but [would you like] talk more in depth about anything? Cole McCoy, Doctor of Pharmacy: Dr. McCloskey did an excellent job ...

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U.S. Supreme Court’s recent environmental decision renews spotlight on TVA – Tennessee Lookout

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision limiting the Environmental Protection Agency’s power to regulate carbon emissions that cause climate change has reignited attention on the Tennessee Valley Authority, the nation’s largest utility, and the Tennessee’s main source of electricity. The case involved the EPA’s efforts to implement a key provision of the Clean Air Act — contested by 15 Republican-led states. ...

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TN Tribune Named One of Nashville’s Top News Websites

Nashville, Tennessee (TN Tribune)–The best nashville news sites from thousands of web news websites ranked by traffic, social media followers, domain authority and freshness. Nashville News Websites 1. WKR Nashville, Tennessee, United StatesWe tell local Nashville news and weather, and we do what we do to make Nashville and Tennessee a better place to live.wkrn.com+ Follow 487.9K ⋅ 211.6K ⋅ ...

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Legal odds uncertain on the future of games of skill in Virginia | Living

BRISTOL – On the Virginia side of State Street and many Commonwealth convenience stores and establishments, one can walk in, buy gas, soda, coffee, snacks or a Virginia lottery ticket. A patron can also sit in a padded chair in front of a row of brightly lit machines offering prizes to play computer-animated roulette, a slot machine, and other games ...

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Today in Johnson City History: July 10 | Living

July 10, 1897: One hundred and twenty-five years ago today, the Houston Daily Post reported news with a Knoxville deadline and a July 9 date. Readers were told: “The news of Senator Harris’s death had barely been announced to the public when the fight for his (several undecipherable words) began. It was generally (several indecipherable words) for some time that ...

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Release of the new book “Second Chance Points”

Raleigh, North Carolina– As we enter the FIRST week of July 2022, author/activist Kevin Alberto Sabio will celebrate, not only his TWELVE YEARS anniversary of the edition, but will also celebrate the publication of a NEW literary project!!! Mr. Sabio will publish his last novel “Second chance points(Kindle Direct Publishing, 2022), an action/sports drama novel revolving around the world of ...

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Louisiana abortion ban goes into effect as legal battle continues

Comment this story Comment Louisiana can enforce a near-total ban on abortion after a temporary restraining order expires on Friday, paving the way for the state’s tough “trigger law” to come into effect now that the Supreme Court struck down Roe vs. Wade. State District Judge Ethel Julien granted the state’s request to transfer the case to a Baton Rouge ...

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Community Oncology Alliance Statement on Proposed Fee Schedule for Medicare Physicians in 2023

Community Oncology Alliance Logo CMS Cuts in Medicare Reimbursement Due to Rampant Inflation, COVID, Sequestration and Reconciliation Pricing Reform Are a Major Threat to Cancer Care When will CMS realize the folly of its ways? Insane payment cuts have only succeeded in driving up Medicare spending as hospitals consolidate medicine and rule the day. — Ted Okon, Director of Aviation ...

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Tennessee cities grapple with enforcement of new abortion laws – Tennessee Lookout

Since the U.S. Supreme Court effectively overturned Roe v. Wade on June 24, municipal authorities in Tennessee wondered how to respond and enforce new abortion laws. Some were quick to push back against the decision with opposing legislation while others confirmed they would uphold Tennessee’s “trigger ban” law, which goes into effect in mid-August. In two of the state’s four ...

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Global Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillators (TCXO) Market Outlook 2022 By Major Companies NDK, Epson, Vectron International, Rakon, Bliley Technologies

The global research report named Global Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillators (TCXO) Market 2022-2028recently released by MarketQuest.bizis ready with a decent blend of industry understanding, shrewd arrangements, valuable arrangements, and the latest innovation to introduce superior customer experience. The global Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillators (TCXO) market report covers a detailed examination of local-level separation, status, development rate and future innovations. News ...

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UTAD will host the event staff job fair

The University of Tennessee Athletic Department will host three Job Fair nights this month seeking enthusiastic and welcoming staff for various campus events, including Tennessee Football Days at Neyland Stadium. Career fairs will be held in the Arena Dining Hall at the Thompson Boling Arena on the following dates and times: Monday July 18 | 5-7 p.m. Tuesday ...

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This Tennessee Brewery Offers Free Health Benefits

Although health insurance coverage is essential for health care in America, these offers continue to fail workers and put them in debt. How can employers relieve their workforce? More than 90% of the US population has some form of health insurance, according to the Congressional Research Service. Yet Americans have a medical debt worth $195 billion, according to data from ...

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Bennett Elected Senior Independent Director of Ballad, VP | Local News

Julie Bennett Contributed Julie Bennett, a Kingsport native and community leader, was elected by the Ballad Health Board of Directors as Senior Independent Director and Vice President. Bennett replaces David Lester, of Bristol, Virginia, who has held the position since Ballad Health’s inception nearly five years ago. “Our entire team is grateful for David’s nearly five years of dedicated service ...

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🌱 Franklin’s Cool Cafe is Closing + List of Most Expensive Home Values

Hello everyone! I’m back in your inbox this summer morning with everything you need to know about what’s going on in Franklin. First, today’s weather forecast: Hot and humid with a thunderstorm. High: 96 Low: 76. 🏡 Attention real estate pros in Franklin! We are now offering an exclusive sponsorship opportunity for an agent interested in attracting local clients and ...

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Bitcoin price is consolidating! Is an uptrend coming soon?

The crypto market experienced another crash last week. Bitcoin prices were expected to hold the $20,000 mark, but they did not as prices fell and hit a low of $18,500. Today, this low price has turned into strong mid-term support. Will Bitcoin go up? Is Bitcoin Consolidation Good For Crypto Prices? In this Bitcoin price prediction article, we analyze Bitcoin ...

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Surface details of inmate fight at Hardeman County Correctional Facility

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – We are learning new details about an inmate fight at the Hardeman County Correctional Facility beginning June 11. Calls came into the newsroom from safety-conscious friends and family of inmates, and over the weekend CoreCivic, the company that owns and operates the private prison, confirmed the scuffle. . At approximately 5:59 p.m. CDT on Saturday, June ...

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Miami beats Alabama, Florida, Tennessee and USC for 5-star OL Francis Mauigoa

The Miami Hurricanes aim to build a college football contender in the near future. 5-star rookie offensive lineman Francis Mauigoa engaged against the Hurricanes on Monday. His commitment has helped Miami move up the recruiting class rankings as they now have the number 8 recruiting class in the nation. Offensive linemen tend to be overlooked. Quarterbacks, wide receivers and running ...

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How abortion and mental health intersect: Experts weigh in

Although abortion is legal in Washington, Lauren B. Simonds can quickly list the ways Washingtonians — and those who come here for abortions — will be affected mentally and emotionally as abortion politics returns to the United States. Simonds has a unique understanding of how the abortion debate intersects with mental health. She ran two clinics offering abortions, and for ...

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Tennessee’s top crimefighter David Rausch isn’t done improving the TBI

Georgian vines | For the Sentinel of the news Director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation David Rauscha former police chief of Knoxville, has just been reappointed by the governor. Bill Lee in this position at a time when he successfully increased the staff and budget of the state’s main criminal investigative agency. “I’m not done,” he said in a ...

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New Law Expands Career Opportunities for Tennessee Immigrants

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) – Thousands of immigrants across the state can now obtain professional work licenses for the first time. The Workforce Expansion Bill was signed into law by Governor Bill Lee in April and took effect yesterday. Laura Lara, a first-generation college student, said the legislation allowed her to pursue her passion. “Growing up, I watched my parents struggle ...

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Tennessee Highway Patrol Announces 4th of July Traffic Enforcement Strategy – Clarksville Online

Nashville, TN – “Tennessee Highway Patrol is committed to keeping our roads safe this July 4th weekend,” said Col. Matt Perry. “Soldiers will work diligently to curb distracted driving, enforce speed limits, ensure everyone is buckled up and arrest impaired drivers. I want everyone to have a fun and safe party weekend,” Perry continued. “Please do your ...

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Mill Valley taps Corte Madera manager for top job

Todd Cusimano Mill Valley hired Corte Madera City Manager Todd Cusimano to manage the city. Cusimano assumes the position with nearly three decades of public service experience. He was head of the Central Marin Police Authority before taking on the role of city manager in 2016. He will replace Alan Piombo, who announced his retirement earlier this year. Cusimano’s starting ...

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Congressmen Cohen and Cooper applaud Biden administration for asking Tennessee to roll back Medicaid block grant plan in response to public outcry

WASHINGTON — Congressmen Steve Cohen (TN-09) and Jim Cooper (TN-05) today applauded the Biden administration’s Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for ask Tennessee to redesign major changes that would have turned Tennessee’s Medicaid program, known as TennCare, into a block grant. This demand makes it more likely that the state will create a Medicaid program that provides better ...

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more than meets the eye: TN court finds arbitration agreement in employee handbook not binding | Strawberry and Forman

Excuse the eye patch, because I just had retinal surgery yesterday. I’m amazed at how different the world looks with just one eye to focus on – from the depth of the stairs, to the water dripping from the sink, to the words flying off the computer screen. ‘computer. In other words, there is more than meets the eye, a ...

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EVERTEC closes popular transaction and acquisition of BBR

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, July 01, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–EVERTEC, Inc. (NYSE: EVTC) (“Evertec” or the “Company”) today announced that the Company has completed the popular previously announced transaction and acquisition of BBR, SpA (“BBR”). As part of the Popular Transaction, the Company amended and extended key commercial agreements with Banco Popular de Puerto Rico (“BPPR”) and its parent company, Popular, Inc. ...

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