Tennessee Abortion Clinics Stymied After Injunction Against “Heartbeat” Law Lifted

Following The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Lifting An Injunction Against Tennessee’s “Heartbeat” Law, Planned Parenthood Performed Its Last Abortion On Tuesday, June 28th.

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Tennessee District 5 Congressional Candidates Forum

The Wilson County Republican Party And Wilson County Conservative Republicans Will Be Hosting A Forum For All The Republican Candidates For Tennessee’s District 5 Congressional District On Saturday, June 25th In Mount Juliet.

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First Responder Focused Nonprofit Pays Off Mortgages Of Fallen TN Soldiers, Police Officer

The Tunnel To Towers Foundation Has Paid Off The Mortgages Of A Fallen Franklin Police Officer And Five Fallen Soldiers From Tennessee.

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Parents Push Back Against High School Banned Books Display Sponsored By Books A Million

Some Wilson County Parents Were Dismayed This Week To Learn Of A Banned Books Display That Was Sponsored By Books A Million In Providence Shopping Center In Mount Juliet, Tennessee.

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Metro Council Undecided About License Plate Cameras In Nashville

Members Of The Nashville Community Oversight Board Advised Metro Council Ahead Of Their Meeting On Tuesday To Vote Against A Proposal That Would Have Cameras, Called License Plate Readers, Installed Throughout The City.

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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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Mt. Juliet Utility District Gives Employees Choice, Mandate Compliance Or Termination

The West Wilson Utility District In Mt. Juliet, Tennessee Has Issued An Ultimatum To Employees Stating That If They Do Not All Obtain And Show Proof They Have Received The Covid-19 Vaccine By Today, October 29th, They Will Be Shown The Door.

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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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Schools in Middle TN Worry About Social Media Linked Vandalism

Across Middle Tennessee, School Districts Have Expressed Their Concerns About The Link Between Social Media And Student Behavior That Leads To Vandalism. On Wednesday, The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System Sent An Email To Parents About Specific Trends Found On TikTok.

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