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Legal Handbook for Seniors available now

The Tennessee Bar Association Public Education Committee has updated The Legal Handbook for Tennessee Seniors for 2014.

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Shifts in cultural landscape examined in new TV series

Behind every number, there?s a story. Dramatic changes in the demographics of this country are playing out in mainstream America, shifting the cultural landscape and deeply impacting how we look, vote, shop, and live. Launching in fall 2014, AMERICA BY THE NUMBERS is the first national series to examine the new American mainstream-with its growing numbers of Asians, Latinos, African Americans, people of mixed race, immigrants, women, youth, and members of the LGBTQ community-who are creating a new consensus and increasingly determining the outcomes of political elections.

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Kawasaki launches 30th anniversary limited edition

Kawasaki celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Ninja with a very limited edition of numbered 2015 ZX-14R ABS motorcycles

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Montgomery County selects tnAchieves for Tennessee Promise

Gov. Bill Haslam’s vision to provide a tuition-free opportunity for every Tennessee student to earn a college credential is now a reality beginning with students graduating high school from the Class of 2015.

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USGS: Tennessee moves up on the earthquake-threat map

Shake, rattle and roll. A new earthquake map rachets up the earthquake threat for Tennessee. The United States Geological Survey has released a new earthquake map that raises the threats for just over half of the United States and lowers the threat for a quarter of the USA.


 
 
 

 
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Crow Community Center hosts a new Martial Arts program

The Crow Community Center, located at 211 Richview Road, is offering a new martial arts program for youth and adults beginning August 1.
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APSU art professor to present lecture at famed Figge Museum

In Davenport, Iowa, a stunning, glass-walled building stands along the banks of the Mississippi River.
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Legal Handbook for Seniors available now

The Tennessee Bar Association Public Education Committee has updated The Legal Handbook for Tennessee Seniors for 2014.
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Police seeking male in Red Flex ticket scam

The Clarksville Police Department is currently investigating numerous scams involving an unknown male contacting the public and representing himself as a sergeant with the Montgomery County Sheriff Office.
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Dress code for CMCSS

With Tennessee's Tax Free Holiday on the horizon, parents and students will swarming to stores in a quest for the perfect school wardrobe. Before you buy, though, be aware of the specific guidelines (dress codes) for your schoo...
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CMCSS announces promotions, transfers

A number of education administrators will take new positions within CMCSS for the 2014-15 school year.
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Barber named assistant principal at Rossview

Jennifer A. Barber has been named part-time assistant principal and government teacher at Rossview High School.
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