Monthly Archives: November 2021

Sharon Harrison obituary (1948 – 2021) – Cordova, TN

Sharon Lea Park Harrison, 73, died at her home in Cordova, TN on Saturday, November 20, 2021. Sharon was born on February 9, 1948 in Memphis, TN. She was predeceased by her parents, Printes V. Park and Alma Lea Gibbs Queener, her stepfather E. Llewellyn Queener, her half-sister Camilla Queener Shaw (and her husband William “Bill” Shaw) and her half-brother ...

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Tennessee approves 5.6% reduction in workers’ compensation costs; Impact of COVID uncertain

The Tennessee Trade and Insurance Commissioner has ratified a 5.6% drop in workers’ compensation costs for the voluntary market in 2022, which will result in the ninth consecutive year of rate cuts for many companies in the state. “These cuts reflect the continuing trend towards safer workplaces and will mean that Tennessee employers may now have more money to reinvest ...

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Update on the latest news, sports, business and entertainment at 12:20 am EST | Minnesota News

MASSIVE HOUSE IN CALIFORNIA California father arrested after 4 children, grandmother killed LANCASTER, Calif. (AP) – A father suspected of killing his four children and stepmother faces his first court appearance. Germarcus David, 29, was jailed Sunday night after surrendering to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department shortly after his wife discovered the bodies of their children and grandmother at ...

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Farragut’s Celebrate the Season is Thursday

Let me warn you – this column is rated PG13. It is not risky; it’s just not appropriate for the younger Farragut Insider fans. I’m writing about Santa Bob, who you might recognize from his off-season gig at Weigel’s on Campbell Station Road. Santa Bob Higginbotham is a staple of Farragut’s Celebrate the Season, which is Thursday, December 2. He’s ...

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Governor Bill Lee to visit Carter County on Tuesday | WJHL

ELIZABETHTON, Tennessee (WJHL) – Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee will visit Elizabethton on Tuesday, his office confirmed on Sunday night. The governor will visit the Carter County Workforce Development Center on Route 91 this afternoon. Carter County Mayor Patty Woodby told News Channel 11 that the governor would be briefed on plans to create a centralized career and technology campus for ...

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Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Launches “Operation Open Road” to Address Supply Chain Problems During Holiday Season

Nashville, Tennessee – Tennessee Governor and Republican Governors’ Public Policy Committee Chairman Bill Lee launched “Operation Open Road,” calling on administration Joe Biden to resolve the supply chain crisis by suspending onerous regulations. Lee, along with 14 other governors, have pledged to take state-level action to help the trucking industry. “Republican governors across the country are committed to doing everything ...

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Don’t Miss Small Business Saturday Finds in Middle Tennessee

Small businesses in the region will be opening their doors to shoppers on one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Purchases from local stores, which serve as the “backbone of the community,” conserve local taxpayer money in counties and towns, while supporting local business owners. Some communities such as Maury County have found a way to capitalize on ...

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Play Notes | Illini faces Middle Tennessee on Saturday at the Daytona Beach Invitational

History links Play Notes 6 – Middle Tennessee PREVIEW Opening adviceWomen’s basketball Fighting Illini are playing their first away games this week, traveling to Daytona Beach, Fla., For the Daytona Beach Invitational.The tournament opener pits the Illini against the reigning Atlantic 10 regular season champions the Dayton Flyers.The Illini then face a Middle Tennessee State team that won both the ...

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Fort Campbell worker sues union for religious beliefs | Tennessee News

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – A hospital warden at the Fort Campbell Army station has filed a complaint against her union, arguing that she shouldn’t have to pay dues because of her religious beliefs. The lawsuit was filed by Dorothy Frame, who works at the Blanchfield Army Community Hospital in Fort Campbell on the Kentucky-Tennessee border as an employee of J&J ...

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Tennessee Oncology Achieves High Quality Score, Saves Millions in Last Year of Medicare CMO

Community-based oncology organization Tennessee Oncology reportedly saved Medicare $ 5 million between 2019 and 2020. Despite 3-year results showing Medicare did not generate healthcare savings from the Oncology Model of Care (CMO), a community-based oncology organization, Tennessee Oncology, saved $ 5 million to Medicare, according to a press release released by OneOncology.1 The CMO is an effort of the Centers ...

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