Game times set for women’s basketball

History links CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — The Chattanooga Women’s Basketball 2021-22 schedule is set and now the times are set, so get your Mocs gear, order your tickets and mark your schedule. Chattanooga will host four teams in November. The exhibition game against Georgia College on November 5 kicks off at 7:00 p.m. ET. The Saturday following Thanksgiving, UTC will host ...

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Maury County State Leaders Support Overhaul of School Funding Model

In an era when Maury County public schools struggle to fund teacher fundraisers, new positions and improved learning programs, a shift in the way the state distributes school funding could signal a new day for the district. With the promise of change comes the potential for financial relief. As the state begins to revisit its basic education plan, or the ...

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Tennessee District blocks governor’s order on anti-mask warrant

A school district in Tennessee resolutely opposes the governor’s efforts to allow parents to remove their children from school mask warrants. Gov. Bill Lee’s executive order, which was extended until Nov. 5, will continue to be stuck in Williamson County’s two public school systems, thanks to a ruling by U.S. District Judge Waverly D. Crenshaw, reported The Tennessean. “The court ...

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Tennessee lawmaker targets private employers and school boards for COVID session

Ahead of next week’s special legislative session on COVID-19 restrictions, a Tennessee lawmaker introduced bills holding employers accountable for the side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine and making school board elections partisan. Rep. Scott Cepicky, R-Culleoka, is the first to introduce legislation after House and Senate leaders formally announced this week that the session could cover a wide range of ...

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Runners extend winning streak to four and sweep Tennessee state

History links Next match: in Belmont 10/29/2021 | 6:00 p.m. Murray State Racers volleyball team (12-9, 6-5 OVC) rose to the challenge the Tennessee State Tigers (9-12, 1-11) took on Friday night at Racer Arena, winning in straight sets , 25-22, 27-25, 25-15. The Racers extended their winning streak to four games, their longest since 2019, and moved one game ...

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Metro will soon start using newly licensed boosters

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WTVF) – The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has expanded eligibility for COVID-19 booster shots, to include Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines for some people. The CDC also allows people to mix and match their booster shots. The Metro Nashville Department of Public Health said it would follow the CDC’s direction and begin ...

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East Tennessee farmers are feeling the impact of supply chain issues

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WATE) – Prices go up on everything; Food, cars, houses, even children’s toys. People across the country are feeling it on a personal level, including the farmers here in eastern Tennessee. Getting products to consumers has become more difficult. “Sometimes it can be a trucking problem,” said Julie Walker of Ag Central Farmers Co-op. “Are there enough truck ...

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Tennessee Approves $ 884 Million in Funding, Creates Board of Directors for $ 6 Billion Ford Project

The Tennessee Legislature ended its special session on Ford’s $ 5.6 billion electric truck project on Wednesday by approving $ 884 million in spending and the creation of a Megasite Authority of West Tennessee board of directors to oversee operations. “This is the largest economic investment in rural Tennessee history,” Governor Bill Lee said. “… More importantly, this is a ...

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