Tennessee Supreme Court Opening Garners 11 Applicants

Following The Death Of Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Cornelia Clark In September, After Serving On The Court For 16 Years, Eleven Individuals Have Applied To Potentially Fill The Role.

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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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Stockard On The Stump: Welcome To The Green New Deal, Tennessee

Lawmakers Across The State Are Cheering The Blue Oval City Plan For The Memphis Regional Megasite, A Ford-SK Innovation Project To Build Electric Trucks And Batteries That Will Transform Southwest Tennessee.

But The $5.6 Billion Project, Which Will Lead To 5,800 Jobs, Comes With Some Teeth Grinding And Eye Rolling As Well.

In Other Words, To Land This Deal For Another Auto Manufacturer, State Leaders Are Having To Play Friendly With A Company Clearly Embracing President Joe Biden’s Green New Deal And The United Auto Workers.

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Tennessee National Guard Responds to Hurricane Ida

On Monday, August 30, The Tennessee National Guard Announced They Will Send Over 300 Soldiers To Louisiana To Help With Hurricane Ida Relief Efforts.

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Parent Wins Victory For Rutherford County Middle School Students

Earlier This Week, A Rutherford County Parent Reported That A Sign Was Displayed In A Classroom Of Smyrna Middle School That Outlined Many Left-Leaning Agendas. The Concerned Parent Reached Out To The Respective Rutherford County School Board Member With The Information And Yesterday, August 24th, The Tennessee Conservative Reached Out To The Principal Of Smyrna Middle School For Comment.

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Controversial Church Founder Presumed Dead in Rutherford County Plane Crash

Gwen Shamblin Lara, Her Husband Joe, And Five Other Brentwood Residents And Church Leaders Are Presumed Dead In A Plane Crash That Occurred On Percy Priest Lake In Rutherford County.

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Tennessee Guardsmen Return Home After 11-Month Deployment

More Than 100 Soldiers Assigned To The Tennessee National Guard’s 252nd Military Police Company Returned Home Friday, March 26, After An 11-month Overseas Deployment As Part Of Operation Enduring Freedom.

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Tennessee To Set Up Electric Car Stations Across The State

There Were 11,000+ Electric Cars Registered In Tennessee At The End Of 2020. These Extra Charging Stations Should Give Motorists Who Use Electric Vehicles Plenty Of Places To Charge, Without Having To Worry About Where The Next Station Will Be.

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