Billy Joe Mooneyham, 61, passed away Monday, September 20 at Vanderbilt Hospital following a short illness.
Seven Family and Consumer Education Club members from Cannon County attended the Annual TAFCE Central Region Annual Meeting in Manchester at the Coffee County Conference Center, Thursday, September 16.
Tennessee is an increasingly attractive destination for business relocations, thanks to a variety of factors, including natural beauty, friendly people and a welcoming business environment. But there’s one thing we could do to move our state into the top tier on any economic development criteria, and that is improve our public schools.
Congratulations to Damon Collette who has been chosen as the First National Bank Player of the Week for his accomplishments Friday night against York.
The Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP) provides benefits to livestock producers for livestock deaths in excess of normal mortality caused by a direct result of adverse weather such as floods, lightning strikes, extreme heat, and extreme cold.
Last year, health care providers and government officials were encouraging people wanting to protect themselves from influenza to get two shots.
CHATTANOOGA — Governor Phil Bredesen, Education Commissioner Tim Webb and First to the Top Coalition partners today held an event to raise awareness about the effects Tennessee’s new and higher academic standards may have on student test scores.