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The 2020 application period for the trapping of a peregrine falcon to be used in falconry will begin July 1, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has announced. The number of permits to be … more
Tennesseans working to obtain a high school equivalency diploma can now take their exams at home via a new online program, HiSET Exam at Home. This program makes the test accessible to adult learners … more
Tennessee Tech is making higher education even more affordable for students.The Tennessee Tech Promise is a scholarship that ensures more students have access to an education.“Tennessee Tech is … more
White County School Board met in person for the first time since March, although, in an effort to maintain social distancing practices and ensure the safety of board members and the community, the … more
The county-wide Freedom Celebration, scheduled for July 3, has received approval from both the Regional Health Department and county officials to proceed as planned. “We are excited to be able … more
Jane Dundeana Tucker Behrens, 98, of Sparta, formerly of Chillicothe, Illinois, passed into the arms of her Lord, on June 19, 2020. She had been residing at Life Care Center of Sparta. Mrs. … more
Soldiers and Airmen from the Tennessee National Guard are set to return home from Washington D.C., June 9. In response to the civil unrest in the District of Columbia and at the request of Gov. … more
On June 2, 2020, Gov. Bill Lee announced the use of federal Coronavirus Relief Funds to assist Tennessee small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.  Governor Lee has directed the … more
“Clearly confused” would be considered an oxymoron. You know what an oxymoron is, don’t you? It’s a phrase that combines two words with opposite … more
Gary shocked me and complimented my Tennessee roots; here’s the story about how he did it.  Recently, when I was out of state, my vehicle picked up an unfamiliar passenger, a … more
Cookeville’s oldest charity tournament is has scheduled its 45th year, held once again the Saturday immediately before Father’s Day. In an effort to practice appropriate social distancing and … more
We are living in a unique time. You are therefore a unique graduating class. You may well be known forever as “the COVID Class.” For the first time in … more
I was prompted to write this article after having witnessed TV video footage of the May 25th recorded death of Mr. George … more
By Rachel Auberger White County Public Library has been hosting popular, engaging, educational, and entertaining Summer Reading Programs for over two decades, but this year’s program will have … more
Alex Johnson, a 2020 graduate of White County High School, enlisted in the U.S. Army and left for boot camp on May 26, 2020. Because he could not accept his diploma at graduation, the school … more
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