Category : News

by Staff - 3 months ago

2019 NFL Draft

By Thomas Sheffield The 84th NFL Draft will be held April 25-27 and the eyes of the world will turn to Nashville Tennessee.   The lives of many of people will be changed forever during these 4 days visiting our great state.  Some college players will...

by Staff - 3 months ago

Sharpton, Dyson to Speak at Dual Commencements

By Emmanuel Freeman NASHVILLE, TN (TSU News Service) — Renowned activist and civil rights leader, the Reverend Al Sharpton, and Georgetown University professor and bestselling author, Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, will be the commencement speakers at Tenne...

by Staff - 3 months ago

Airport Makeover Includes New Faces

By Peter White NASHVILLE, TN — Frequent travelers who fly in and out of Nashville cannot miss the $1.2 billion facelift the airport is getting.  One new parking garage is already built. Another one is under construction. A 64,000-square-foot airport...

by Staff - 3 months ago

2019 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport GT AWC

By Tribune Staff Whether the travel involves city highways or exploring off the beaten path, Outlander Sport can handle the job. And if it’s a question of space, Outlander has the answer with up to 49.5 cubic feet of cargo capacity plus, there’s avai...

by Staff - 3 months ago

Tullahoma Schools First in State With Custom Food Truck

By Clint Confehr TULLAHOMA, TN — A mother of nine cried while realizing a school nutrition program food truck would visit her neighborhood regularly. “She was so happy,” recalls Tullahoma Schools Nutrition Director Angela Cardwell. “We’d just taken a...

by Staff - 3 months ago

Governor Lee’s School Vouchers Opposed

By Clint Confehr COLUMBIA, TN — Educators and public school advocates on Monday demonstrated at Maury County’s Courthouse to protest state legislation for school vouchers. “We’re here to let Scott Cepicky and Michael Curio know that their constituent...

by Staff - 3 months ago

Advance Financial Expands into Jefferson City

JEFFERSON CITY, TN — Leading financial services and fintech company Advance Financial continued its expansion across Tennessee with the opening of a new store in Jefferson City, the company’s 104th location. “We look forward to serving the Jefferson...

by Staff - 3 months ago

Piercings and Your Oral Health

Piercings are becoming a more prevalent form of self-expression in society today and a fashion statement by many.  If you are contemplating getting a tongue or lip piercing, this type of oral jewelry can have serious dental consequences. Most dentist...

by Staff - 3 months ago

2019 Nissan Kicks SR CVT

By Tribune Staff If you’re still in the market considering a new vehicle, consider the new 2019 Nissan Kicks SR CVT. It’s the beginning of the spring/summer season, and this smart crossover offers style, space, fuel efficiency and practicality, all u...

by Staff - 3 months ago

Anderson Suspension Ugly Moment for MLB

Major League Baseball found itself in another extremely thorny and complex cultural situation last week following their decision to suspend White Sox infielder Tim Anderson for one game in the wake of a near brawl between the Chicago White Sox and Ka...

by Staff - 3 months ago

Titans First Round Draft Pick May be a Surprise

By Ron Wynn NASHVILLE, TN — For many weeks it’s been widely assumed that the Titans’ first priority in the upcoming draft would be defensive help, in particular either a defensive lineman or a linebacker whose specialty was rushing the passer off the...

by Staff - 3 months ago

Record Store Day Celebrated in East Nashville

By Clare Bratten  NASHVILLE, TN — April 13th was Record Store Day and The Groove, an East Nashville store dealing in new and used vinyl LPs celebrated the day with a bash. Nine live bands (broadcast live by Acme Radio), food trucks, and a crowd kept...

by Staff - 3 months ago

Destroying myths about sexual assault

Myths about sexual assault make it difficult for people to report or discuss assaults, which is a problem considering the number of Hoosiers who are victims of sexual assault. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 20.4% of…