Bradley County Parents Notified Of Statewide Mask Mandates For Tennessee Head Starts

Bradley County Parents And Guardians Received A Letter From The Family Resource Agency Notifying Them Of The New Regulation From The Federal Office Of Head Start That Anyone 2 Years Of Age Or Older Must Wear Facemasks When Inside With Others. All Federally-Funded Head Starts In Tennessee Will Be Facing The Same Regulation.

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Chattanooga Gas Predicts Higher Heating Bills For TN Valley Residents

With Inflation Hitting A 30-Year High, Chattanooga Gas Predicts That Customers Across The Tennessee Valley Can Expect To Pay $27 More Per Month On Heating Bills When Compared To A Year Ago.

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McMinn County GOP Event Features Congressman Chuck Fleischmann

On Thursday, September 16th, 2021, The McMinn County Republican Party Will Host A Membership Drive Meeting With Guest Speaker Congressman Chuck Fleischmann.

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$2M in Perkins Reserve Grant Awards To Be Shared With 38 School Districts

On Wednesday, June 9, The Tennessee Department Of Education Announced The Perkins Reserve Grant. The $2 Million Dollar Grant Will Be Spread Out Over 38 School Districts In The State To Support Technical And Career Education.

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No Hybrid Learning For Tennessee Schools Next Year

Tennessee Public Schools Will No Longer Have The Option Of Providing Both In-person And Remote Instruction As Of Next School Year. Students Who Want To Continue With Virtual Instruction Will Have To Enroll In A Specific Virtual School Instead Of A Regular Public School Option.

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Court Docket Backlog In Tennessee Could Continue

Court Dockets Across Tennessee Have Been Stalled For Months, And It Could Be Several More Months Before They Return To Normal. Even Though The Tennessee Supreme Court Was Able To Relieve Some COVID Restrictions After A Recent Decline In Cases, It Could Still Take Months For The Court System To Get Back On A Normal Schedule.

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Tennessee Power Companies To Look Outside TVA For Electricity Sources

Local Power Companies In Tennessee Are Looking To Find Outside Sources Of Electricity, After Using The Tennessee Valley Authority For Over 80 Years. Using Outside Sources Could Lead To Cheaper Electricity.

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Chattanooga River And Collegedale Markets To Re-Open In Mid-March

After Closing Their Markets Due To The Pandemic In Fall Of Last Year, Organizers Of Two Of Chattanooga Area’s Most Popular Farmers & Artists Markets State They Feel Confident, And Also Responsible, For Maintaining Connection Between Farmers / Artisans & The Hamilton County / Chattanooga Community.

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