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The Tennessee Department of Human Services is announcing additional steps to help parents navigate the balance of raising a family and holding down a job. Beginning Oct. 1, 2021, TDHS will increase … more
The Expositor is looking for inserters to work five to six hours, on Wednesdays. Please come by the office to apply, or call Bobbie at (931) 836-3284. more
At the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Secretary of State Tre Hargett reminds Tennesseans about Safe at Home, the free statewide address confidentiality program for anyone who has … more
The week of Sept. 24, 2001, a 15-member group from Gum Springs Baptist Church traveled to Anapolis, Goias, Brazil to accomplish several goals on the mission field. more
On Aug. 7, 2021, the annual DAR workshops were held in Murfreesboro. Rock House chapter members Judy and Lisa Hutchings participated in several workshops to learn more about the organization, … more
To celebrate National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday, Sept. 28, Secretary of State Tre Hargett encourages Tennesseans to register to vote, check their voter registration status and show friends, … more
Aging Services for the Upper Cumberland, Inc. is looking for people who are empathetic, diplomatic, and skilled communicators to be volunteer ombudsmen. As a volunteer ombudsman, you will be … more
Unemployment rates in nearly all of Tennessee’s counties decreased in August. This marks the second consecutive month the jobless situation has improved in 93 or more of the state’s 95 … more
St. Andrew Outreach Program is open 10 a.m.-noon, every Thursday, at 829 Valley View Dr. Get a box of free food every month, and free clothing available every week. Bring a photo ID to sign up. more
Tennessee Govv. Bill Lee invited Tennesseans to “Rate the Plates” and help choose the state’s next standard license plate by selecting their favorite design at … more
(September 20, 2021) — The Tennessee gas price average held steady over last week. The Tennessee Gas Price average remains $2.89 which is two cents more than one month ago and nearly 95 cents … more
Seven men face felony charges following an undercover operation aimed at addressing human trafficking in Middle Tennessee. The two-day joint operation by the TBI Human Trafficking Unit and Human … more
(Sept. 17, 2021) -  On Sept. 17, State Senator Paul Bailey (R-Sparta) sent a letter to Lt. Governor Randy McNally requesting a special session take place of the Tennessee General Assembly. In … more
A collision between a Black Camry and a White County school bus was reported at approximately 4:15 p.m., Sept. 16, 2021, on West Bockman Way, near McBride Auto sales. No further details are … more
 The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office has produced a new online dashboard that gives county government officials and residents a better understanding of how county commission districts must … more
 White and Van Buren counties are still seeing growth in sales tax collections are revealed in the Sept. 14 press release from Tennessee Department of Revenue. According to the press release, … more
Each year, on Sept. 11, communities across the globe pause to remember one of the most horrific days in American history. But they not only remember that a group of people dared to attack the … more
CUMBERLAND COUNTY SR-28 (US-127) bridge construction and paving from north of I-40 (LM 17.8) to near Potato Farm Road (LM 22.7): Construction signs have been installed with erosion control and … more
 With the launch of the Tennessee Opportunity Pilot Initiative the Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is taking a groundbreaking step to transform the way Tennessee serves its most … more
(Sept. 13, 2021) - Tennessee Tech recently honored more than 30 students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends for their “Wings of Kindness” with an awards ceremony held on Aug. … more
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