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timesfreepress.com — Tennessee Valley Authority headquarters and TVA logo The Tennessee Valley Authority celebrated its 80th birthday on Friday, but officials insist America's biggest government utility shouldn't be retired or sold off yet even though President Obama has suggested studying the idea.
timesfreepress.com — Butch Jones says his job is nonstop. Even during the slowest time on the college football calendar, when there's a break between spring and summer classes and some brief down time for players after spring practice and before the summer workout program, Tennessee's first-year coach is constantly on the go.
timesfreepress.com — ORLANDO, Fla. - One of the tickets sold in Florida for the Powerball game Saturday evening matched all six numbers drawn, which were: 10-13-14-22-52 Powerball: 11 (ten, thirteen, fourteen, twenty-two, fifty-two; Powerball: eleven).
timesfreepress.com — RESACA, Ga. - Events surrounding the Battle of Resaca, Ga., re-enactment began Saturday not with cannon fire but with a prayer. Less than half a mile south of the site of the battle, in a manmade clearing inside a grove of poplar, oak and dogwood trees, men and women stood near a stone cross and circles of gravestones.
timesfreepress.com — It was a kidney stone smaller than a nickel that showed Jennifer Clark how giant the disparities are in the health care industry. Clark, who lives in Fort Oglethorpe, first went to an emergency room in March for a pain in her left side that the mother of four said was worse than childbirth.
m.timesfreepress.com — By: Ellis Smith | May 18, 2013 SupportSeven, a Chattanooga-based call center founded by payday loan millionaire Carey V. Brown, says it has expanded its Brainerd Road location. "Recently, we have seen strong commercial growth within the area, including SupportSeven's renovation," said Chattanooga City Councilwoman Carol Berz.
m.timesfreepress.com — By: Ryan Harris | May 18, 2013 Photo Taylor Smallwood, whose car was crushed when high winds toppled a large tree in front of Christ Episcopal Church in South Pittsburg, Tenn., inspects the damage. Officials say the city is not liable for the damage, but Smallwood's mother has asked the City Commission to reconsider its decision.
m.timesfreepress.com — By: Chris Carroll | May 18, 2013 Photo U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn. WASHINGTON - By Thursday, after a week of fallout from a growing IRS scandal and the Department of Justice's raid on journalists' records, Tennessee's senior senator wasn't the first Republican to link President Barack Obama with President Richard Nixon - he of the enemies list, secret tapes and Watergate.
m.timesfreepress.com — By: Tyler Jett | May 18, 2013 Photo Mariah Layne, right, rings up lottery tickets as Kristy Nunley mans the register Friday at the Mapco Fast Food & Fuel on Dayton Blvd. Poll Do you plan to buy a Powerball ticket? Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls: Step right up.
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