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  By Jon Styf | The Center Square Dec 31, 2021   (The Center Square) - As Tennessee officials get closer to presenting a new state funding proposal for K-12 public education, at least one state senator is concerned about the costs of record-keeping in the new plan. "The way the bill is going to read, the state is going to give...
Happy New Year! My wife Felicia just told me, “don’t wash any clothes today.” I hear that every New Year’s Day. According to American folklore, if you wash clothes on New Year’s Day, you’ll be “washing for the dead” or washing a loved one away. The fear is someone in your household will die in the coming year. So don’t wash...
Editor’s Note: Sunday evening January 2nd on WGNS Rutherford Magazine Show from at 5 until 6PM I’m excited to have legendary WGNS Bart Walker on discussing the history of the station. We will also highlight the new 100.5 FM antenna in Smyrna and LaVergne. The antenna is located just north of RUSH Trucking on Sanford Knob Hill. Many thanks...
  Gov. Lee and state legislature invites to provide input and ideas Nashville, TN - Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and Commissioner of Education Penny Schwinn invited Tennesseans to participate in the full review of the state’s education funding formula and explore possibilities for a more student-centered approach. “We will pursue a rigorous review of our state’s education funding to ensure we are properly investing...
By John Gullion Tribune Managing Editor Dec 29, 2021 Updated Dec 29, 2021   Editor’s Note:(Citizen Tribune Editor) This is the second story in a series stemming from a conversation with Tennessee Speaker of the House Cameron Sexton. The key to addressing the issues within the state of Tennessee’s education system is incentive, according to Cameron Sexton, Tennessee’s Speaker of the House. The Republican from Crossville...
Couresera Online courses
Online learning has come a long way, but are Coursera's courses and degrees worth it? Learn about the pros and cons of enrolling at Coursera.   Written by Bethanny Parker, Contributing Writer on September 17, 2021 The pandemic forced colleges to go online in 2020. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, more than 7.3 million students take online college courses. Some...
  EDITORIAL: A scoreboard at a Friday night football game can be relevant to your own business. This score, and how its posed, makes all the difference! December 17, 2021 I’ve lived in the great state of Texas for more than 25 years and I regularly get the opportunity to drive across the state to visit my clients. During these long journeys,...
Editor’s Note: I scored a 43 out of 50. One of the first things you probably remember learning in grade school is where all the different states on when looking at a map of the United States of America. Later on closer to high school, you probably learned all the capitals. Maybe you even needed to name them all on...
By JASMINE ANDRADE -DECEMBER 25, 2021 Marketing and advertising pros are always on the lookout for new and artistic techniques to stand out from their competition. Disruptive advertising is all about becoming unique and standing out from the rest of the pack. It can be a technique that can be used in both equally electronic and regular advertising strategies. There are...
  MURFREESBORO)  The Heart of Tennessee lost a loving, caring and committed leader Thursday morning(12/23/2021). Howard D. Wall passed away from natural causes while surrounded by family at his home on Southeast Broad. He was 81 years of age.  Early Years The 1958 Central High grad grew-up here and loved this community. He was successful from the beginning. As a Central High...

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