Friday, February 21, 2020

Press Releases

Tech: Raise $60M by 2021

COOKEVILLE – Tennessee Tech University has a new fundraising goal, and officials say they hope to raise $60 million by 2021. Kevin Braswell, Tech’s vice...

Pelvic floor disorders topic of upcoming free women’s health seminar at CRMC

COOKEVILLE – Dr. Sara Wells, a Cookeville Regional Medical Center (CRMC) urologist, and Gina Galvez-Filoteo, a CRMC physical therapist specializing in pelvic floor rehabilitation,...

Area employers taking job applications during ‘Career Coach’ visit

LIVINGSTON – Three area employers will be taking applications when the state's mobile job center, the Career Coach, visits Livingston next week. Advanced Cleaning Service,...

Averitt earns recognition from Tennessee Trucking Association

COOKEVILLE – The Tennessee Trucking Association (TTA) has awarded Cookeville's Averitt Express with two awards – one for fuel efficiency efforts, and another for...

Governor names new tourism commissioner

NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam recently announced that Kevin Triplett will join his cabinet as commissioner of the Department of Tourist Development. Triplett, 49,...

‘Vol E Ball’ event raises nearly $26,000 in for student scholarships

LIVINGSTON – Vol E Ball, an annual gala to support student scholarships for Overton County residents to attend Volunteer State Community College, raised nearly...