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  How writing improves thinking skills Few people are born with the talent to write well; the majority of us must sweat through the process of rewriting and editing until we get it right. To be a good thinker, you need to become a good writer first. David McCullough, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, once said that writing is thinking. He also said that to write well,...
  LG Chem’s investment represents the single largest announced foreign direct investment in state history Tennessee facility will be the largest cathode manufacturing facility in the U.S. Project is expected to create more than 850 new jobs   NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Stuart McWhorter and LG Chem officials today announced the...
Goal setting 2023
By Dan Miller If you’ve created a “to-do” list you may avoid taking action. You’ll find excuses for not doing what you said you were going to do. But if you’ve created a vision for a new life you’ll be so energized nothing can stop you from achieving those goals. Episode #857 November 19, 2022 Hi this is Dan Miller – and...
Election fraud democrats
  The former Democrat Party chair of Stamford, Connecticut, was sentenced Monday to two years of probation and $35,000 in fines after being found guilty in an absentee ballot fraud case from the 2015 elections. RELATED: Sparks: DeBerry's ouster proof of Democrats' intolerance According to the Tennessee Star, Superior Court Judge Kevin Randolph, who found John Mallozzi guilty during his trial last month...
  By Laura Baigert GALLATIN, Tennessee – According to the Tennessee Star, Sumner County’s Board of Commissioners passed a resolution Monday night that calls out Sumner County Schools (SCS) for having books in the system’s libraries that contain pornographic material and divisive concepts, in apparent violation of two different sections of Tennessee state law. After about 90 minutes of debate and hearing...
  THE SOUTHEAST HAS EMERGED AS THE DRIVING FORCE IN AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURING IN THE UNITED STATES, AND TENNESSEE IS ITS ENGINE. With more than 920 auto suppliers and the second lowest tax burden in the nation, Tennessee is the beating heart of the southern automotive corridor. Tennessee has been Business Facilities magazine’s top state in automotive manufacturing strength five years over the...
Jolie Mallette Shipley
By Mike Sparks It’s refreshing to see the Murfreesboro Police Department engaging with community members and citizens to help change lives in our community. The drug epidemic and drug overdoses, both fatal and nonfatal, continue to impact our community, state and nation. If you haven’t been touched by the drug and alcohol problems I would be surprised—I will argue that everyone...
Audit expert: 'You've laid out documentation that raises significant questions ... that need to be answered'   NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — He's a $75,000-a-year government employee who gets paid with little evidence of what he's doing for the money.   Week after week, he bills taxpayers for almost 20 hours a week, hours frequently listed in the middle of the night when no...
John DeBerry
Publisher’s Note: There’s no doubt politics can be a very nasty and divisive business. The most egregious display of political betrayal I have witnessed in my lifetime is what happened to Rep. John DeBerry of Memphis. In April 2020 the Tennessee Democratic Executive Committee voted to take DeBerry off the ballot.  In an interview with the Memphis Flyer published April 15,...
  Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office             A convicted felon was charged after he allegedly assaulted two residents inside their home and led deputies on a pursuit before being apprehended Thursday, Rutherford County Sheriff’s deputies said.             James David Warner, 52, of Richland-Richardson Road was charged with three counts of assault, two counts of burglary, felony endangerment with a vehicle, evading arrest and...

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