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Eligible voters can now request absentee ballot

JACKSON, Tenn. -- Eligible voters in Tennessee can now request absentee ballots for the next election. While absentee voting isn't new and the laws haven't changed, election officials expect requests for absentee voting to…

Pet of the Week: Steele

It's time to introduce the Pet of the Week, brought to you by Saving the Animals Together. Steele is a beautiful blue boy that's about a year old. He came to the STAT family from a local shelter. He's completing…

Health department to begin offering flu shots Monday

JACKSON, Tenn. -- The Jackson-Madison County Regional Health Department will begin offering flu shots on Monday, Sept. 21. Flu shots will be available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. by appointment. You must have an appointment to…

Tennessee Hunter Education course offered online

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is providing an online-only option one of its hunting safety classes. The TWRA says the Tennessee Hunter Education course can now be completed online, according to a news release. The course is…

Online tool tracks COVID-19 cases in schools statewide

JACKSON, Tenn. -- School districts across the state are now reporting COVID-positive cases online. Last week, the Tennessee Department of Education released a dashboard tool, allowing school districts to report COVID-19 cases in their schools. Many districts across the state…

JMCSS announces return of in-person learning options

JACKSON, Tenn. -- Monday, The Jackson-Madison County School System announced via Facebook the return of in-person learning options. JMCSS is scheduled to begin a "transitional approach to traditional instruction" starting Monday, September 21. Buses will run and schools will…

Pet of the Week: Butters

Meet Butters, this week's Pet of the Week! Butters is a six-month-old pit bull mix puppy, who came to Saving The Animals Together from a local shelter. He's a super sweet puppy who loves just being with you as you…

Tennessee Charitable Care Network to hold virtual conference

Gov. Bill Lee will speak at the Tennessee Charitable Care Network's virtual annual conference. TCCN is an organization supporting the state's free and charitable health centers, dental programs and specialty care networks. The conference theme is "2020 – focused on…

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