TN Shifts Learning Loss Programs To Stimulus Funding, Moves Road Projects To State Funds

Tennessee Plans To Spend $102 Million Of Its $3.7 Billion American Rescue Plan Allocation On A Learning Loss Intervention Program For Tennessee Students. It Was Recommended That The $25.5 Million Annual Total Of State Funds “Be Re-Invested Into New Educational Expenses Incurred.”

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Chattanooga Is A Pit Stop For Illegal Aliens Being Transported From Texas To D.C.

Reports Indicate That Recent Sightings Of Busloads Of Immigrants In The Chattanooga Area Are Pit Stops On Their Way From Texas To Washington D.C. However, It Is Possible That All Of These ‘Migrants’ Are Not Making The Trip All The Way To The Nation’s Capital.

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Visitors To Great Smoky Mountains National Park Forced To Mask Up

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Has Reinstated A Face Mask Requirement After The Centers For Disease Control And Prevention Released A Report Noting That All Of The Counties Within The Park Had Reached The High-Risk Level For Covid-19.

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Conservative Republican Mark Pulliam To Be Write-In For SEC District 2

Conservative East Tennessean Mark Pulliam Filed As A Write-In Yesterday For The District 2 Tennessee Republican Party’s State Executive Committee (SEC) And His Name Will Appear On The Ballot On August 4th, 2022.

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Sevier County Parents Raise Concerns Over Chromebook App

A Reading App Called Epic That Was Temporarily Removed From Williamson County Schools Chromebooks Over Concerns That It Violated New Legislation Was Reinstated After A Short Review, According To A Source In Williamson County.

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Lee Proposes $626M In Transportation Spending In TN Budget

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s Proposed Fiscal Year 2023 Budget Includes $626.5 Million In Road Projects For The Tennessee Department Of Transportation.

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Gov. Lee Announces Appointees To Key Boards And Commissions

On Tuesday, January 12th, Governor Bill Lee Announced Appointees To A Series Of Key Boards And Commissions.

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