Blackburn Secures Major Wins For Tennessee In National Defense Bill

U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn, A Member Of The Armed Services Committee, Voted For The Senate-Passed 2022 National Defense Authorization Act And Secured Major Wins For Tennessee.

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Tornado Touches Down In Middle Tennessee Town Second Time In Two Years

Mount Juliet Police Confirmed Yesterday That An EF-1 Tornado, With Winds At 105 Mph, Touched Down In Mount Juliet Early Saturday Morning – Part Of A Line Of Storms And Catastrophic Tornadoes That Spanned Four States.

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Tennessee Healthcare Facilities Put A Freeze On Vaccine Mandates After Federal Rulings

Tennessee Hospitals Are Putting A Temporary Stop On Required Covid-19 Vaccination Of Their Employees, Following Two Federal Court Rulings Blocking Government-Forced Vaccine Mandates.

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Clarksville Residents Call Out Inconsistency With Halloween Event Cancellation

Last Week Dr. Anthony Fauci Said That Americans “Especially If They’re Vaccinated” Can “Go Out There And Enjoy Halloween.” This Guidance Came Too Late For The City Of Clarksville Though, Who Had Already Cancelled Their Annual Fright Of Franklin Event By The Time Dr. Fauci Was Reassuring Parents That Children Could Go Trick-Or-Treating In Small Groups.

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TN Approves $65M Incentive For Oracle’s Nashville Project

The Tennessee Comptroller State Funding Board Has Approved $65 Million In FastTrack Grants For Oracle’s New Nashville Campus.

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Austin Peay Denies Religious Exemption To Mask Mandate

Austin Peay State University In Clarksville, Tennessee Has Denied A Request For Religious Exemption For A Dual-Enrollment Student To Their Campus-Wide Mask Mandate And Now Seek To Deny An Appeal To The Family’s Religious Discrimination Case Against The School.

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Speaker Sexton Announces Members Of Bipartisan Redistricting Committee

On Thursday, August 26th, Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton (R-Crossville) Announced The Creation Of A Bipartisan House Select Committee Focused On Redistricting.

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Clarksville Among Country’s Fastest-Growing Metro Areas

A Recent Report Shows That While The Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro-Franklin Metro Area Is One Of The Largest Growing Markets In The Country, It Is Clarksville That Ranks As The Fifth-Fastest Growing Housing Market In The U.S. In Terms Of New Housing Permits.

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Berry Season Begins, U-Pick Visits Return As Covid-19 Restrictions Lift

With Summer Officially Beginning On June 20 And Kids Soon To Be Getting Out Of School, Families May Be Looking For More Outdoor Activities To Participate In After A Year Of Staying At Home And Navigating School And Work With The Effects Of The Pandemic.

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