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  • Energy Companies Remind Natural Gas Customers to Safely Plan Ahead for Cooler Weather
    FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Fall/Winter 2022 – As the leaves begin to change color and we enjoy the many traditions of autumn, it can be easy to overlook the fact that winter is right around the corner. Atmos Energy reminds natural gas customers that now is the time to prepare for […]
  • TDCI spreading the word about anti-fraud awareness
    NASHVILLE – Fraud costs organizations worldwide an estimated 5 percent of their annual revenues, according to a study conducted by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). Occupational Fraud 2022: A Report to the Nations analyzed 2,110 occupational fraud cases […]
  • WSCC Scholarship Application Now Open for 2023-24 Scholarships
    Olivia Sandefur’s high school grades could have earned an acceptance letter to almost any school in the country. She chose Walters State. “Honestly, I made the financially smart choice,” said Sandefur. While she received other financial aid offers, few were as valuable as […]
  • Tennessee Achieves Top National Ranking In Efforts To Curb Sex Trafficking
    NASHVILLE – Tennessee’s comprehensive efforts to address sex trafficking have again been ranked as best in the nation by a leading organization. The collaborative efforts of several agencies on child and youth sex trafficking were highlighted this week during the release of […]
  • WSCC starting butchery, meat-cutting apprenticeship programs
    Walters State Community College will enroll the first students in its new butchery program in fall 2023. The program becomes the first meat-cutting program offered by a Tennessee community college and one of only two programs in the state. “This program is designed to meet […]
  • State Ag and Education teaming up to advance Tennessee FFA programs
    NASHVILLE – The State of Tennessee is implementing a new model for agricultural education that will advance opportunities for students and enhance support for teachers. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) and the Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE) are […]
  • City of Morristown Burn Ban Remains in Effect
    Due to a lack of substantial rainfall, Morristown Fire Marshal Billy Hale has extended the burn ban for Morristown through November 13, 2022. This includes all residences and businesses inside the corporate city limits of Morristown. After that date, Morristown Businesses […]


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