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Biology Complex deactivation advances in Oak Ridge
OAK RIDGE, TN – EM crews are making significant progress removing asbestos and other hazardous waste from the Biology Complex at Oak Ridge’s Y-12 National Security Complex in a deactivation project that’s more than 60 percent complete.
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Farmer veterans found throughout Tennessee agriculture
NASHVILLE, TN – From vegetable growers and livestock producers, to agritourism operators and farm artisans, farmer veterans can be found throughout all types of agriculture in the Volunteer state.
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UCOR awardUCOR named one of America’s safest companies by EHS Today
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DOD F-35 aircraft purchase planDOD finalizes purchase plan for F-35 Aircraft
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shoneys remodeling projectShoney’s of Knoxville, Inc., South Knoxville location, undergoes renovations.
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knoxville museum of artKnoxville Museum of Art adds to outdoor sculpture collection
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Former inmate turned CEO, philanthropist launches foundation focused on prison reform
KNOXVILLE – Entrepreneur and philanthropist Josh Smith announces the launch of 4th Purpose Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to helping make prison a place of transformation rather than a place limited to punishment.
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WGU offers scholarships to address teacher shortage
NASHVILLE, TN – With the nationwide teacher shortage projected to nearly double in less than a decade, Western Governors University hopes to help more prospective teachers find their passion in the classroom with the $2,500 Become a Teacher Scholarship.
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Downtown Knoxville Alliance adds creative signage to aid during ramps, viaduct closures
By Scott Bird

The Downtown Knoxville Alliance is taking creative steps to show that businesses affected by the Jackson Avenue ramp and Broadway viaduct closures will remain open and accessible, including driver- and pedestrian-friendly messages, sidewalk directionals and a long fence screen with large icons.
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Fulmer provides update on Neyland Stadium renovation plans
A revised year-by-year progress plan is in place for the Neyland Stadium renovation project.
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United Way executive with stellar success record to lead United Way of Greater Knoxville
By Lauren Miller

Matthew Ryerson, an experienced United Way executive who raised a record funding amount, increased the donor base and met pressing community needs in his current Southeast Tennessee position, has been named president and CEO of the United Way of Greater Knoxville.
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Fulmer provides update on Neyland Stadium renovation plans
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Knoxville Center Mall to close
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Hollywood Road closed for improvements
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Interchange Open House
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KCHD releases Middle School Youth Risk Behavior Survey
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Cleanup, restoration alter Oak Ridge landscape
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UT System launches search for Chief Information Officer
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Registration open for Energy Department’s National Science Bowl®
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USDA invests $2.85 million in rural broadband for Tennessee families
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How to prevent hot car deaths
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