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Nature Made Vitamins recalled for possible contamination


Nature Made Vitamins recalled for possible contamination
WVLT Thursday June 9, 2016

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Several types of vitamins from Nature Made have been recalled due to possible contamination of salmonella or staph

The following products are being recalled:

Nature Made Adult Gummies Multi, lot numbers 1196066, 1196071, 1205052

Nature Made Adult Gummies Multi + Omega-3, lot numbers 1173600

Nature Made Adult Gummies Multi for Her plus Omega-3s, lot numbers 1196048, 1196050

Nature Made Super B Complex w/C & Folic Acid tablets, lot numbers 1173779, 1170987, 1204735, 1173146, 1204001

Pharmavite LLC and the FDA are working to implement this recall by notifying all retail customers and distributors to remove the product from store shelves immediately. No other products are impacted by this recall. The recalled products were distributed nationwide to various major retailers.
The lot number can be found on the back panel next to the expiration date. Products that fall within the lots indicated should not be consumed. Consumers are encouraged to return the affected products to their retailer for a full refund.
(Photo Courtesy WVLT)

 


Public Hearings/Beer Board/City Council Meeting Tonight
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday June 9, 2016

The Crossville City Council will hold a Public Hearing at 5:30 p.m. today, Thursday, June 9, 2016 at City Hall regarding the proposed FY 2016-17 Budget, which currently has a $1.19 million deficit. The Beer Board is scheduled to meet at 5:45 p.m. today, followed by another Public Hearing at 5:50 p.m. on the proposed annexation of 0.4 acres at 103 Meadowview Lane. The City Council Meeting will begin at 6 p.m. at City Hall and is open to the public.

 


New Law to be Signed
WKRN/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday June 9, 2016

The Elena Zamora Memorial Act will be enacted Thursday in a ceremonial bill signing by Governor Bill Haslam.
The act, named after high school student Elena Zamora, will increase the penalty for failure to yield the right of way resulting in death.
It will become a Class A misdemeanor with a penalty of a $2,500 fine and a possible 11 months and 29 days in jail.
It also increases the penalties for causing serious injury.
The Elena Zamora Memorial Act came about after she was hit and killed by a semi in a busy intersection of downtown Nashville in December 2013.
She had the walk signal as she crossed the street but was hit by the truck as it turned right.
The semi driver was ultimately charged with failure to yield and paid a $500 fine. He did not lose his license.

 


Tennessee Torchbearer
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday June 9, 2016

McMinnville resident Chris Hennessee was recently selected to carry the iconic Olympic Flame ahead of the 2016 Olympic Games to be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The 2016 Olympic Torch Relay will travel through more than 300 Brazilian cities over three months en route to Rio, with Hennessee serving as a torchbearer in July.
Hennessee is a sixteen-year employee at Bridgestone in Warren County. Bridgestone received a small number of torchbearer spots in the relay.
The company decided to offer these opportunities to employees, and opened up nominations from within the company, basing the selections on mentorship and coaching.
Bridgestone employees, or teammates, were asked to nominate a mentor or colleague who helped build their performance at Bridgestone, or who helped them shape their career, and they nominated Hennessee.

 


Tennessee’s Free Fishing Day Set for Saturday, June 11
tn.gov Thursday June 9, 2016

NASHVILLE --- Tennessee’s 2016 Free Fishing Day is Saturday, June 11 when anyone may fish free without a license in the state’s public waters. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency provides the annual free day in hopes of increasing interest in fishing. The day allows anyone the opportunity to try this great outdoor sport, especially children. In addition, children ages 15 and younger may fish without a license beginning on Free Fishing Day through the following Friday (June 17). The day and week are annual events in Tennessee and are great opportunities to introduce children to the enjoyment and excitement of a day on the water catching fish. The TWRA is among several organizations planning special fishing events, primarily for youngsters. The TWRA annually stocks several thousand pounds of fish for various events. For a list of the events, visit the TWRA website at www.tnwildlife.org and the For Anglers section. Anglers and potential anglers should check the events list often since special events are frequently added. Free Fishing Day and Week apply to Tennessee’s public waters, TWRA owned and operated lakes, and state park facilities. Some privately owned pay lakes continue to charge during this special day and week. Anglers may consult with lake operators if there are any questions about a particular facility.

 

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