Monday, September 16, 2019

Tech named ‘A+’ school by U.S. News

COOKEVILLE -Tennessee Tech University has been ranked as one of the top universities...

Mixed use development planned at former Whitson site

COOKEVILLE – With the recent demolition of the old Whitson Hardware...

Fred’s to liquidate, pharmacy patients seek alternatives

Monterey Drugs buys local Fred's Pharmacy

Jamestown’s Beaty named Tennessee State Veterinarian

NASHVILLE – Tennessee Agriculture Commissioner Charlie Hatcher, D.V.M. has announced the appointment of...

Rose Files first bill, seeks to curtail nationwide injunctions

WASHINGTON – Congressman John Rose filed his first bill, H.R.4219, to restore...

Tech welcomes 2,500 new students

COOKEVILLE - Tennessee Tech University officials announced information about incoming students for this academic...

WCTE PBS screens “Country Music”

COOKEVILLE – WCTE and the Cookeville Performing Arts Center will present a free public...

CRMC, PCSS partner to showcase health careers

COOKEVILLE – Cookeville Regional Medical Center (CRMC) and the Putnam County...

Dailey to be honored by state with ‘Tennessee Music Pathways’ marker

Dailey & Vincent give back to community with intimate concerts

Rose meets with White House on Fitzgerald

WASHINGTON – Rep. John Rose (TN-6) met with President Donald Trump’s...

Bull & Thistle reopening soon

GAINESBORO – Fans of the Bull & Thistle Pub in Gainesboro...

Tech’s CEROC partnering with SANS Institute in cyber encounters project

COOKEVILLE -The Cybersecurity Education, Research and Outreach Center at Tennessee Tech is partnering...

Biz Foundry to expand in Sparta, McMinnville

COOKEVILLE – The Biz Foundry will soon expand their community by...

Tennessee State Parks to host Tennessee Serves events in September

Part of First Lady Maria Lee’s Monthly Service Challenge

UCHRA receives grant to aid older workers

Senior Service America, Inc. awards $224,354grant directed to assist in workforce training for...

BankTennessee opens in Carthage

CARTHAGE – BankTennessee will host a ribbon cutting and grand opening celebration at...

Williams Wholesale celebrates 80 years

COOKEVILLE – Williams Wholesale Supply marked 80 years in business with...

UC Sports Nation Dot Com launches

UPPER CUMBERLAND - High school sports fans now have a new destination to go...

Tech holding cyber bootcamp to train future professionals

COOKEVILLE - Approximately 65 students from across the nation are on Tennessee Tech’s campus...

Local unemployment inches up

NASHVILLE – For the second straight month, unemployment is up in...

Fitzgerald: 1 step forward, 2 steps back

CROSSVILLE – It seems every time Fitzgerald Truck Parts and Sales...

Rare orchids get a health check

White fringeless orchids — a threatened species — were given a new lease...

WCTE’s announces first annual Day of Giving

COOKEVILLE – On Aug. 21 WCTE will celebrate 41 years of broadcast...

Eight UC educators selected to participate in STEM learning opportunity for rural communities

NASHVILLE –The Tennessee STEM Innovation Network, a public/private partnership between the Tennessee Department...

Undergraduates get ‘mini-grad school’ research experience

COOKEVILLE - Aspiring engineers and scientists from all over the country came to Tennessee...

Oldham receives Friend of Farm Bureau award

COOKEVILLE - From his rural West Tennessee roots to the vital role Tennessee Tech...

Tech Tomorrow campaign tops $60 million goal

COOKEVILLE - University officials announced that more than $60 million has been raised during...

New director of schools hired at Alvin C. York

NASHVILLE—Tennessee Department of Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn is pleased to announce Dr. Joe...

Shoney’s remodel delayed

COOKEVILLE - Fans of the Shoney's "World Famous Hot Fudge...

Lee convenes cabinet for distressed county summit

Governor’s Rural Opportunity Summit highlights next steps in rural agenda