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Death Of Pregnant Woman Brings TN Flu Death Toll To Four
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday January 9, 2018

The Department Of Health reports that four people have died from the flu in Tennessee this season. The latest death was a pregnant woman, officials say. Last week, the Department reported that three children have died from influenza. Health officials say that flu in now widespread in Tennessee and everyone over 6 months of age is encouraged to get a flu vaccination.

 


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Gordon Stack Tuesday January 9, 2018

The SMHS Panthers & Lady Panthers host the Warren County Pioneers Tuesday (1/9/18) on Cook Road. Vince Brown begins the broadcast at 5:55 and the girls game tips at 6 on MIX 99.3 and online at Mix993.com.

The Volunteers travel to Nashville Tuesday (1/9/18) to face the Vanderbilt Commodores. Bob Kesling begins pre-game coverage at 7:30pm with tip-off set for 8 on 102.5 WOW Country.

 


CCHS Senior Financial Day, Tues., Jan. 9
Tuesday January 9, 2018

Cumberland County High School will be offering a financial day for senior students and parents on Tuesday, January 9, 2018. Parents and students are encouraged to come to the CCHS library anytime between 9:00 and 3:30 that day to receive assistance in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Please bring your 2016 federal tax returns and any information regarding untaxed income. Any student using the Tennessee Promise grant next year must complete the FAFSA by January 16, 2018. Please call the CCHS Guidance Office at 931-484-6194 if you have any questions.

 


Tennessee lawmakers head into session with elections looming
AP Tuesday January 9, 2018

Tennessee lawmakers are returning for a legislative session colored by upcoming elections, House Speaker Beth Harwell's bid for governor and Republican Gov. Bill Haslam's final lap before he hits his term limits. In the session starting Tuesday, the Republican-led General Assembly doesn't face a weighty choice that will drive the debate for months, like last year's roads-funding law backed by Haslam. Legislative leaders and Haslam say a main focus will be opioid abuse, a less divisive topic before state elections for governor, all 99 House seats and 17 of 33 Senate seats. Lawmakers can't fundraise during session, so they have incentive to finish quickly. The candidate filing deadline is April 5 and the primary is Aug. 2. Harwell is one of five leading Republicans, alongside two Democrats, running for governor.

 


AAA: PUMP PRICES POISED FOR SEASONAL SLIDE
AAA/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday January 9, 2018

Gas prices have held relatively steady, during the first seven days of the year. Tennessee gas prices averaged $2.28 on Sunday. The state average is 2 cents more than a week ago, and is 13 cents more than this time last year. "Retail prices could drop 5-15 cents in the next month and a half, while supply outpaces demand," said Mark Jenkins, spokesman, AAA - The Auto Club Group. Unfortunately, gas prices normally rise in the spring about 30 to 75 cents during the spring maintenance season.

 

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