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Posts Tagged ‘State Rep. Joe Pitts’
 

 

Community rallies around church shocked by cross-burning

The FBI has joined Clarksville Police in their investigation of a cross burning at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church on July 22. The cross burning at the church, which has a predominantly black congregation, has been designat...
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State Rep. Joe Pitts to deliver APSU graduation keynote

Tennessee state Rep. Joe Pitts often refers to himself as “a proud 1980 graduate of Austin Peay State University,” and on May 9, he’ll return to his alma mater to deliver the keynote address at the University’s 85th Spr...
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TDOT approves Port Royal State Park I-24 signage

“The Montgomery County delegation requested the signs due to this significant cultural, historical, and recreational asset for Montgomery County and the state of Tennessee,” Pitts said.
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Rep. Joe Pitts sponsors bill to lessen county clerk offices burden

Instead the county clerk offices would make monthly title sales payment remittances, thereby reducing paperwork and manpower expenditures. The Senate version of the bill is SB 2402.
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Social Security adds 25 new ‘Compassionate Allowance’ Conditions

“We are dedicated to providing vulnerable Americans with faster access to disability benefits through our Compassionate Allowances program. “Social Security disability benefits are a vital lifeline for individuals who are f...
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Rep. Pitts announces Academy Academic Excellence annual chilli supper

All proceeds will go to the Mercy E. Yrabedra Memorial Scholarship Fund to benefit special needs students. The Academy of Academic Excellence is located at 2134 Old Ashland City Road in Clarksville.
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$50,000 donation to fund Animal Science facility at APSU

Last month, Matt Neal, regional vice president for Farm Credit Mid-America, visited the APSU Environmental Education Center (EEC) and presented the department with a $50,000 donation to help fund a new, multipurpose animal scie...
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