Wreckage Located In The Tennessee River May Be The U.S.S. Chattanooga

A University Of Tennessee At Chattanooga Assistant Professor And His Students Are 90 Percent Sure They Have Found The Wreckage Of The U.S.S. Chattanooga Lying At The Bottom Of The Tennessee River.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break April 1, 2021

1) Vaccine Medical Exemption Bill Passes Senate Committee With Support From Across The State
2) Tennessee Inmate Runs International Crime Network
3) TennCare Fraud Cases On The Rise
4) Texas Governor Demands Biden Administration Answer Questions About Border Crisis
5) UTC Offers COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics To Students, Faculty And Staff

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UTC Offers Covid-19 Vaccine Clinics To Students, Faculty, And Staff

The University Of Tennessee At Chattanooga Is Providing Covid-19 Vaccines To Eligible Students And Employees As Clinics Become Available From State Approval Of University Requests.

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Hamilton County Health Department Prioritize ‘Underserved Groups’ For Covid Vaccinations

‘Medically-Fragile’ Individuals, Including The Elderly, Receive Priority For Vaccinations In Hamilton County.

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Tennessee Lawmakers Urging Universities To Put More Restrictions On Student Protests

On Monday, Universities Across Tennessee Were Put On Notice After A Protest At East Tennessee State University. During A Men’s Basketball Game, The Players Chose To Kneel During The National Anthem. This Sparked Republican Lawmakers To Ask Universities To Put Tighter Restrictions On Student Protests.

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Why Do Red States Like Tennessee Allow Radicals to Hijack Their Taxpayer-Funded Universities?

A Recently-Arrived Volunteer Warns His Fellow Tennesseans About The Scourge Of Wokeness In Higher Education. Let Gov. Bill Lee and your state legislators know if you oppose UTK and other state schools becoming indoctrination centers for SJWs. Demand that they take action. They serve you.

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Collegiate Student Athlete Advisory Committees Propose Election Day as Federal Holiday For Everyone

In 2020, The SAAC Received Unanimous Approval For Legislation That Required DI Schools To Make Election Day A Complete Day Off From Any Required Competitions, Practice Or Meetings. This Spurred Them On To Create An Initiative To Bring This Opportunity To Everyone – Not Just Athletes.

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Universities Distribute Additional HEERF II Funds To Eligible Students

On Jan 14, The U.S. Department Of Education Announced An Additional $21.2 Billion Is Available To Higher Education Institutions To Facilitate Learning During The Pandemic. UTC Received $9,513,779, Of Which $4,756,890 Was Available And Disbursed To Students Beginning Last Week.

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Investment in Hamilton County / Chattanooga Internet Infrastructure Brings Benefits Of Over $2 Billion

Independent research finds that during the first ten years since EPB built America’s first Gig-speed network, the Chattanooga community has benefited to the tune of 2.69 Billion Dollars.

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Spring Semester Starts With Most Classes Online For UTC

In an announcement from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, representatives of the school state that all classes, except those designated as face-to-face essential, will be held online.

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