This week Gov. Lee released a new video featuring a special message from Dolly Parton and her song “My Tennessee Mountain Home” to celebrate 225 years of statehood. Titled "Home", the video highlights the culture, natural beauty, and iconic landmarks in communities across the state. Check out the new video, "Home" by clicking the button below.
On May 13th, Discovery Park of America hosted an information session on American Advertising Federation.
The first-ever Obion County Fair BBQ Cookoff and Food Truck Festival was a huge success! The event was held May 14-15 at the Obion County Fairgrounds.
Soliel Garden Center and A&J Comics, Cards, and Collectibles both recently celecrated ribbon cuttings. This was an exciting achievement for each company. Click the "Read More" button to see pictures of the cuttings at both locations! Come drop by and say, "Hello"!
Delta Regional Authority Launches Delta Broadband Mapping Project to Support Increased Access to Digital Infrastructure in West Tennessee
The free, anonymous Delta Speed Test will measure internet capabilities; detect areas lacking access and affordability.
CLARKSDALE, MS – The Delta Regional Authority (DRA) announced today the launch of the Delta Broadband Mapping Project, an initiative aimed at strengthening broadband infrastructure that supports telehealth, distance learning, and remote work throughout the 252 counties and parishes of the eight-state DRA region.
On April 2nd, Aloha Pools and Spas hosted a celebration for a very special employee, Terry Overall. Terry has been with Aloha for 30 years. Congratulations to Terry for all his accomplishments at Aloha Pools & Spas!
Alexander Thompson Arnold PLLC (ATA) has been recognized as a top regional leader as well as a top firm to watch for 2021 by Accounting Today, maintaining their ranking from the previous year.
Accounting Today releases a publication every year detailing the top 100 accounting firms in the country, firms to look out for, regional leaders, top tax firms, and highlights from the previous year relating to the top 100 firms. The roster includes firms with positive growth rates, which landed ATA on the top firms' list for the southeast.
Dyersburg, Tennessee – Dyersburg State Community College (DSCC) has announced plans to return to in-person instruction for the upcoming fall semester with classes beginning Aug. 23.
“Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, DSCC managed to stay open to its students by providing them with a flexible instructional model,” stated Dr. Karen Bowyer, president of DSCC. “Our students persevered and our faculty and staff were diligent in making sure they had what they needed to continue their education. We look forward to bringing faculty and students back this fall to a more normal and traditional college experience.”