MADISON COUNTY, Tenn. -- A new project will soon be underway at an industrial site by McKellar-Sipes Regional Airport. "It will allow us to clear nine acres of wooded area as well… continue reading ›
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Jordan is from the Middle Tennessee area and earned his bachelor’s degree in electronic media from Middle Tennessee State University.
While at MTSU, he was a part of MT-10 HD and worked in all parts of the newsroom. One of his favorite nights at the station was when he anchored the the 2012 Presidential Election Results.
In Spring 2013, Jordan worked in Nashville at FOX 17 as an intern and worked mainly around the capitol on political stories and new legislation in the Tennessee Senate and House of Representatives.
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JACKSON, Tenn. -- Dr. Eric Jones calls his new appointment by the Jackson-Madison County School Board an honor. He's set to become the next superintendent before the 2017-2018 school year.… continue reading ›
MADISON COUNTY, Tenn. -- Commissioners appoint a new member to serve in a vacant county seat, and officials decide to move forward with a decision involving schools. A new leader… continue reading ›
MILAN, Tenn. -- Judy Martin has been teaching students at Milan Elementary for 16 years. "Reading is wonderful," Martin said. "It takes the kids to faraway places every day, and being in the library… continue reading ›
JACKSON, Tenn. -- The Jackson-Madison County Humane Society prepares for one of its biggest fundraisers of the year Saturday, the "Fur Ball." This annual fundraiser comes as the City of Jackson's… continue reading ›
JACKSON, Tenn. -- Nineteen years ago, Amanda Lessenberry taught her first group of kindergarten students, and she's never looked back. "I love my kids," Lessenberry said. "I love teaching them, but I love… continue reading ›
JACKSON, Tenn. -- Rainy days are contributing to putting the city of Jackson in a tight spot. City council members said it's drying out their yearly budget. "It's affecting the infrastructure… continue reading ›
JACKSON, Tenn. -- This week's Educator of the Week, Vickie LeCroy, teaches her 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders about Maria Montessori, the namesake of Community Montessori School of Jackson. "It's a… continue reading ›