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Thursday, October 3, 2013

CHEATHAM, MONTGOMERY COUNTY SCHOOLS ON LOCKDOWN
All Cheatham County and Montgomery County schools are on lockdown Thursday morning after threatening emails were received by an employee at the Clarksville Police Department.
A spokesperson for the Cheatham County School District told News 2 a string of threatening emails was to the district.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

SHUTDOWN CONTINUES
It's Day 2 of the partial government shutdown. That means another day of closed national parks and national monuments, and no pay for thousands of so--called 'non-essential' government workers.

Monday, September 30, 2013

PARTIAL GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN LIKELY TOMORROW
A partial shutdown of the federal government is likely to start sometime tomorrow.  The Republican-controlled House passed a funding extension bill early Sunday morning to avert a shutdown, but it includes a one-year delay for making the Affordable Care Act operational....

Friday, September 27, 2013

EVENTS THIS WEEKEND
There are lots of things to do this weekend, including the Titans Game.

Thursday, September 26, 2013

EVENTS THIS WEEKEND:
FLEA MARKET THIS WEEKEND.
This is a flea market weekend. Hundreds of vendors will be at the fairgrounds, Wedwood and Raines, tomorrow (Friday) through Sunday.

LIONEL RICHIE AT BRIDGESTONE
Lionel Richie is at Bridgestone Arena Saturday night.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

WHAT DAY IS IT? 3 MONTHS TILL CHRISTMAS!
Mike, Mike, Mike, Mike, Mike, what day is it? You just said, "HumpDAAAAY!" didn't you? 
Well it is Wednesday. But today is also THREE MONTHS till Christmas Day. If you're under 12 that'll seem like forever, if you're over 12, it's going to feel like it gets here TOMORROW!

GOV BUDGET/HEALTHCARE
The first procedural vote on the Continuing Resolution on government funding is set for today in the Senate.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

FLU SHOWS UP EARLY IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE
The flu is showing up early this year... we've already had several cases of influenza here in Middle Tennessee, and doctors say this year's vaccine seems to be exactly what was needed, and it'll be effective. It's available now at the health department and your doctor PROBABLY has it, though you should call first. And remember, people o60 and older need to get the PNEUMONIA vaccine. Yes, there's a vaccine for that, and it may save your life.

Monday, September 23, 2013

METRO SCHOOL CHOICE FESTIVAL MONDAY AT FAIRGROUNDS
Leaders of Metro Nashville Public Schools learned their lesson about venues during the inaugural First Choice Festival. Last year, they tried to fit more than 5,000 people into McGavock High School's gym. They'd expected only 2,000 to show up at the event, which is geared toward putting parents and students together with representatives of nearly every public school in the district.

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