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Watchful Eye on Theft for Feb. 3-11 shows a busy week of incident reports throughout the county.
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A petition with more than 3,500 signatures of University of Tennessee students was presented at the Tennessee Capitol yesterday by UT student government officials in response to legislation that would mandate that students entering public universities in Tennessee would either have the option of opting out of paying the fees, which are often ... (more)
After about five years on the job, the Forsyth County Extension Office agent's official last day was Feb. 28. "Originally when I came here, I had planned to retire around 68, so that would have given me another three years," said Garton, a native of England.
Jairo Robles didn't even bother applying to the University of Tennessee system after graduating from Nashville's McGavock High School in 2008.
"Since coming in for my procedure, I've had confidence in the wonderful medical care and the decision-making of my physicians.
ProFootballTalk Turns out that college basketball may just have been a fun diversion when Jason Garrett and Tony Romo visited a Duke game on Saturday.
A bill that would grant in-state tuition to the children of undocumented immigrants has picked up speed in the state legislature, but a related measure that would offer the same benefit to undocumented students who attend high school in Tennessee still appears to face steep obstacles.
Her father dies when she's a young teen. She marries Martin Dalla Pozza in 1945, and they have two sons, Martin and Frank.
Roughly 650 student letters, some handwritten and all addressed to lawmakers, went in the mail Friday.
Running backs coach Robert Gillespie encourages quarterback Riley Ferguson during spring practice Saturday, March 8, 2014, at the University of Tennessee.
Amy Smotherman Burgess/NEWS SENTINEL Appraiser Lark Mason, left, looks at a vase during a taping of "Antiques Roadshow" for PBS at the Knoxville Convention Center, July 13, 2013.
Most farmers spray fields with herbicides in the light of day because it's easier to see what you're spraying and, well, let's face it, most people don't like to get up and go to work before sunrise or labor far into the night no matter what the task.
35-year-old Michael Williams is being charged with theft and aggravated assault after threatening a store manager with a toy handgun.
Weather disruptions this week disrupted beef production and movement, continuing to help underpin feedlot currentness, as well as wholesale beef values.
Mark Daniels, global director of football for Adidas America in Portland, stands between the uniforms of Notre Dame University and the University of Tennessee, two programs that left Adidas for other brands this year.
Authorities in LaVergne are continuing their investigation into a case that has turned cold involving the murder of a woman who was found in 2007.