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  • Ag Tag Celebrates 20 Years

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  • Capitol to the Classroom

    Governor Continues Visits to K-12 Schools

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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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  • Governor’s Excellence in Service Awards

    Meet the state employees helping make Tennessee a better place to live, work and raise a family.

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  • Back to School Attendance Counts

    Help Kids Keep Their Attendance Up

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  • Local Before It Was Cool

    "Pick Tennessee" Celebrates 30 Years

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  • No Tennessee Child Should Go Hungry

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  • Why Work Matters

    The Business Case for Hiring People With Disabilities

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  • Tennessee’s Transportation Needs

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  • Fastest Improving in Education

    Tennessee students are fastest improving in U.S. since 2011

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  • 60,000 Students Apply for Tennessee Promise

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

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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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    • Silent, Slow-Acting Killer: Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

      Monday, September 26, 2016| 9:33am

      NASHVILLE – Healthcare professionals are seeing evidence of a troubling new epidemic:   nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, a potentially fatal condition that can follow a lifestyle of too little physical activity and a high-calorie diet with too much sugar. The disease develops gradually as extra fat accumulates in the liver, usually has no early warning signs and causes irreversible harm to one of the body’s most important organs.

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