July 4th Travelers In Tennessee Won’t Be Delayed By Construction

Road Construction Won’t Slow Motorists Across Tennessee Over The July 4 Holiday. TDOT Will Suspend All Construction-Related Lane Closures On Interstates And State Routes Beginning At 6:00 A.M. On Friday, July 1 Through 6:00 A.M. On Tuesday, July 5 To Provide Maximum Roadway Capacity For Holiday Travelers.

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Holiday Donation Drive For Families Who Lost Jobs Due To Employer Mandates

The Sumner County Based Nurse Freedom Network Is Sponsoring A Holiday Drive For Christmas Gifts And Holiday Meals To Help Families In Need Due To The Loss Of Their Primary Source Of Income Resulting From Employer Mandates.

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Top 7 News Stories This Week For Conservatives In Tennessee! – Oct 22 Edition

1) House Republicans Tackle Medical Freedom Bill During Special Session On Ford Megasite
2) Legislature Approves Ford’s Blue Oval City; Gov. Lee Added To Megasite Board
3) A Mother’s Plea For Justice For Students In Isolation At Williamson County Schools
4) Tennessee Doctors Who Challenge Consensus May Lose License
5) DOJ Asks SCOTUS To Bar Texas From Enforcing New Abortion Law
6) Holiday Blues? Economic Challenges Threaten Season With Delays, Shortages & Price Hikes
7) Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger Will Not Seek Reelection

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Holiday Blues? Economic Challenges Threaten Season With Delays, Shortages & Price Hikes

A Series Of Economic Struggles That Have Grown Increasingly Worse This Year Will Likely Have A Significant Impact On The Holiday Season, Many Economic Experts Predict.

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Tennessee Covid Numbers Decrease As Holiday Season Arrives

After A Year Of Shutdowns, Canceled Events, And Altered Lifestyles, Tennesseans Could Be Headed For A Greater Sense Of Normalcy In The Near Future. Federal Health Agencies Say Tennessee Could Be Passing A Critical Point In Regards To The COVID-19 Virus, As The Holiday Season Approaches.

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