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  • IMPROVE Act

    Provides largest tax cut in state history, attracts manufacturing jobs and delivers 962 transportation projects

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  • TDOT Launches New Safety Campaign

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  • Drug Disposal Protects Water Quality

    TDEC expands Unwanted Household Pharmaceutical Collection Program.

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  • Transition School to Work

    Equipping students with disabilities valuable job skills

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  • The 4E’s for Reading with Children

    Reading with children helps build vocabulary and get them ready for school.

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  • Garth Brooks Graces 2017 Vacation Guide

    Get the FREE guide at tnvacation.com.

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  • Sevier County Recovery

    Information for Sevier County residents, businesses & those who wish to help.

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  • TNFosters

    Learn how to become a foster parent or support foster families in Tennessee.

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  • kidcentral tn

    Visit kidcentraltn.com, Tennessee’s one-stop shop for information on children’s health, education, development and support.

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  • Solar Eclipse at the Park: August 21, 2017

    Make plans now to visit one of the 20 Tennessee state parks which fall in the ‘path of totality’ for this rare celestial event!

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  • A Healthier Tennessee

    Join the movement and thousands of Tennesseans who are committed to being more active, eating healthier and feeling better.

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    • State Fire Marshal & State Forester Urge Caution with Outdoor Burning

      Tuesday, April 25, 2017| 3:54pm

       The historic 2016 Tennessee fall fire season drastically brought attention to how wildfires burn our woods, especially when the state is under severe drought conditions. While the severity of the drought has been reduced this spring, the State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Department of Agriculture’s Division of Forestry remind Tennesseans that it is still important to remain cautious with any outdoor burning activities.

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    • Tennessee Department of Education Awards More Than $8.5 Million to 212 Grant Recipients for Summer Reading Programs

      Tuesday, April 25, 2017| 11:27am

      Education Commissioner Candice McQueen announced today that more than 11,000 students in 107 communities across the state will benefit from the 2017 Read to be Ready Summer Grant program, which funds educational camps that target rising first, second, and third graders who are not on grade level in reading during the critical summer months. In total, the department is awarding more than $8.5 million to 212 grant recipients throughout Tennessee.

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