UT Martin 41, Tennessee St. 20 | National / Global News

Tennessee St. 0 3 3 14 – 20 UT Martin 0 21 0 20 – 41 Second quarter UTM_Fields Jr. 13 assist from Howard (kick from Larco), 14:09 TNST_FG Zita 28, 06:59 UTM_Howard 1 run (Larco kick), 02:35 UTM_Wallace 22 run (Larco kick), 01:21 Third quarter TNST_FG Lowery 26, 06:14 Fourth trimester TNST_Starling 5 run (Lowery kick), 11:08 UTM_Howard 21 ...

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Proposed ‘Bentley Law’ Would Require Drunk Drivers to Pay Child Support If a Parent is Killed

By Russell Kinsaul Click here for updates on this story JEFFERSON COUNTY, Missouri (KMOV) – Cecilia Williams turns her anger into action. She is pushing Missouri lawmakers to support a new bill she dubbed “Bentley’s Law” in honor of her 5-year-old grandson. “The main aspect of Bentley’s law is the financial liability of the offender,” she said. Williams has started ...

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Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Calls for Next Year’s Budget Increase of $ 59 Million | Tennessee State Securities

(The Center Square) – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation called for a budget increase of $ 59 million during its budget hearing this week with Gov. Bill Lee and his advisers. The request includes $ 24.9 million for a career development initiative that will help recruit and retain staff, an issue many government agencies cited in hearings this week. TBI’s ...

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TN Announces Annual Supervision Fee 2021-2022 | Weiner Brodsky Kider PC

The Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions recently announcement its 2021-2022 annual supervision fees for non-depository financial institutions. The new fees are effective November 1, 2021 and are as follows: $ 1,000 for flexible credit licensees and mortgage licensees; and $ 600 for check cashing licensees, deferred presentation licensees, premium finance licensees, industrial loan and savings registrants, and property pledge licensees. ...

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Tennessee faces federal lawsuit over ban on trans athletes

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (AP) – Two civil rights groups on Thursday filed a challenge in federal court against a Tennessee law that prohibits transgender athletes from participating in public sports in high school or college aligned with their gender identity. The American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee and Lambda Legal, which defends LGBTQ civil rights, filed a lawsuit in U.S. District ...

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Finance and Administration Requests $ 89 Million in Additional Funding from Tennessee | State

(The Center Square) – The Tennessee Department of Finance and Administration on Wednesday called for an $ 88.9 million increase in funding in a budget hearing with Gov. Bill Lee and advisers, including the Commissioner of the Butch Eley department. Among the spending proposals were $ 20 million for business process automation, $ 15 million for federal funding growth, $ ...

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UT MARTIN MEN’S BASKETBALL MATCHUP IN THE STATE OF TENNESSEE RECALLED BY ESPNEWS

History links BRENTWOOD, Tennessee – The Ohio Valley Conference today announced its annual ESPN linear basketball program and the University of Tennessee at Martin men’s basketball team will be featured in the first of 10 demo games in 2021-2022. The Skyhawks’ road contest in Tennessee State on Thursday, Jan.6 was selected as part of the league’s national television package. The ...

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Today in Johnson City History: November 3 | Life

November 3, 1891: La Comète made its readers laugh to start their day. “Walking into JL Evans & Co.’s store yesterday morning, a Comet reporter was surprised to see a huge pair of pants walking around. He assumed it was an automatic sample from a Western company. Mr. Grossman, it seems, had been employed by the company to clap his ...

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