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Tennessee Republicans encourage vaccinations in new letter

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee Republicans have released a letter encouraging people to receive one of the COVID-19 vaccines. The letter from the lawmakers says COVID-19 cases are increasing, especially among the unvaccinated population, due to the delta variant. The letter…

Union City Schools to hold registration on Aug. 5

UNION CITY, Tenn. -- It is time to register students for school in Union City. Registration is set for all three school on Thursday, Aug. 5, according to a news release. At Union City Elementary: Kindergarten, second and fourth grade…

Academy to offer free virtual classes on outdoor skills

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunting and Fishing Academy is offering free virtual classes. The classes will be hosted live through out the year, and will range from a in a variety of seasonal topics, according to the…

Ice cream social helps Ugandan communities

PARIS, Tenn. -- An ice cream social helps West Tennesseans get together and share how their help has impacted communities in Uganda. "Being able to sit down with the real people that are impacting people's lives and being able to…

Additional information on financial apps

This past week the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance along with several experts gathered to discuss ways to save money and invest earnings. The average American is around $90,000 in debt. That includes everything from credit cards to students…

Seminar offers ways to reach financial freedom

A seminar was held this week to help people learn to better manage their finances. Ever wondered how to effectively save your money? This week the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance along with…

Pet of the Week: Emma

This week's Pet of the Week from Saving the Animals Together is Emma! Emma is a sweet girl who loves playing in the yard and with her toys. She is thought…

Baseball tournament to kickoff Wednesday at Sportsplex

JACKSON, Tenn. -- The Southeast Regional Tournament is coming to Jackson next week. The City of Jackson says the baseball tournament will begin with an opening ceremony on Wednesday at 9 a.m., with games starting at 10:30 a.m. The city…

JMCSS teachers plan for upcoming school year

JACKSON, Tenn. -- Jackson-Madison County School System welcomed new and old teachers with an orientation Friday morning. Together, they learned from the school board what to expect for the upcoming school year.…

Poll of the Day: Cup or Cone?

It's National Ice Cream Month! There's no wrong way to do it -- you can have your choice of ice cream any way you want it, with as many toppings as you like. But we want to settle the age-old…

1 Safe Place opens in Brownsville

BROWNSVILLE, Tenn. -- A local family justice center is making its official opening to the public. "As we continue to fight against domestic violence in our community, it's an…

LIFELINE shares schedule for early August

JACKSON, Tenn. -- LIFELINE Blood Services has shared where you can donate blood in early August. According to LIFELINE, those locations and times include: Monday, Aug. 2 Lexington: First United Methodist Church – 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Alamo: Crockett…

Poll of the Day: Favorite Junk Food

It's National Junk Food Day! Americans' love affair with junk food continues to grow, with demand for chips, candy, soda, and pre-packaged desserts on the rise. A recent survey from Bid-On-Equipment analyzed Google's search results to determine the most popular "Junk…

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