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APSU student interns at Vanderbilt

College students have many opportunities during summer semester: visiting family, suntanning and binge watching TV. A great way to get work experience, however, is a summer internship. Shelia Johnson, an APSU chemistry major with plans for a doctorate after graduation, is gaining experience in the medical field. According to a press ...

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Bonnaroo Post Office helps Bonnaroovians stay in touch

Papers rustling, pens scratching and guitars wailing are all sounds heard within the Bonnaroo post office. Seated between two concert stages, the solar stage and the new music on tap lounge, means mailing a postcard back home might occasionally be interrupted by the sounds of Nashville band Diarrhea Planet or ...

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Tennessee school voucher bill approaching key committee

NASHVILLE — A proposal to create a school voucher program in Tennessee is gaining support as it approaches a key committee in the final days of the legislative session. The measure is scheduled for a vote in the House Finance Subcommittee on Tuesday, April 21. If it passes there, it ...

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TDOT schedules weekend closures for I-24 in Montgomery County

Contract crews will close a short section of Interstate 24 and State Route 237 (Rossview Road) in Clarksville to prepare for bridge removal, according to Tennessee Department of Transportation. During the closures, traffic will use the on and off ramps at SR 237. I-24 westbound and the SR 237 bridge ...

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Predators open postseason Wednesday, Laviolette has big task at hand

NASHVILLE — Peter Laviolette has delivered the first piece of the job the Nashville Predators gave him by hiring him as only their second head coach. Now his task is even bigger: Deliver a deep postseason run, and maybe, just maybe, a championship to Music City. “I think we’re excited,” ...

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Haslam to promote free-tuition plan for Tennessee adults

NASHVILLE — Gov. Bill Haslam will travel across the state this week to highlight an initiative for adults to attend a Tennessee college of applied technology free of tuition and fees. Tennessee Reconnect is a last-dollar scholarship program that was part of Haslam’s Tennessee Promise legislation passed last year. It ...

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