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Governor Haslam sets 2017 agenda at Nashville Chamber of Commerce breakfast, education is top priority

Governor Haslam sets 2017 agenda at Nashville Chamber of Commerce breakfast, education is top priority

February 12, 2017

NASHVILLE-Providing education to all Tennesseans is the goal of the legislative agenda presented by Governor Bill Haslam on February 7th at the Annual Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce Breakfast were gathered with the most important local business people and press gather each year to hear from the highest state office official what are his goals for each year. The audience contained the Cha...

Valentine’s Day Traditions, History, Facts and Places to Visit on the 14th

Valentine’s Day Traditions, History, Facts and Places to Visit on the 14th

February 12, 2017

This Tuesday is February 14th, Valentines' Day and is considered the day of Love and Romance, a holiday in which Cupid has waited all year to come out and spread his Love. Valentines is celebrated almost everywhere and by Millions of people. But have you ever wondered how Valentine ’s Day came to be?   Many people believe Valentine's Day, otherwise known as Saint Valentine's Day or the Feast o...

Police Identify Officer Who Died on Duty

Police Identify Officer Who Died on Duty

Written by Hannah Jones

February 2, 2017

Filed under Nashville News, News, Showcase

Around 4 am this morning, police received a 911 call from a family member of the driver. They said Juli Gilsson, 40, was on the boat ramp near Peeler Park on Neely's Bend Road experiencing suicidal thoughts. Two officers arrived on the scene and began talking with Glisson. They said they believed she was about to get out of the vehicle when it rolled down the ramp into the water. The two officers t...

Coach Crawford – O’Town’s very own weatherman gives Monday prediction

Coach Crawford – O’Town’s very own weatherman gives Monday prediction

January 29, 2017

OAK HILL- In Tennessee, the prediction of snow causes a wish-mash of feelings such as anxiety, glee, and dread. We know what we are supposed to do when meteorologists forecast snow or ice -go to the grocery store. We know what to buy: Bread and milk. And sometimes eggs. Or toilet paper, depending on how much you like stockpile and how high the percentage the prediction. How did we come to...

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