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Tennessee employers will pay unemployment insurance premiums at a lower rate for the first time in more than three years.
TN Dept of Labor Monday September 10, 2012
Unemployment insurance premium rates for state employers decreased because the balance of Tennessee's Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund on June 30 was more than $568 million, triggering new premium rates. For a complete breakdown a premium breadown by industry, visit the Department of Labor and Industry's website at TN.gov
9/11 Memorial Dedication tomorrow in Crossville- Road Closure announced
WOWNews Monday September 10, 2012
A piece of steel which fell from the Twin Towers in New York City on 9/11 has been brought to Crossville and incorporated into a 9/11 Memorial which will be dedicated during tomorrow's 9/11 anniversary ceremony. The dedication of the Crossville 9/11 Memorial will take place at 5pm at the Cumberland County Fire District Main Station on Livingston Road, across from the Fairgrounds, and it is open to the public. Please be aware that Livingston Road will be closed through the Community Complex area to Highway 70 from 445pm until 6pm.
The state's 911 operators will soon be able to receive emergency reports by text message
TEMA Monday September 10, 2012
The state's 911 operators will soon be able to receive emergency reports by text message. The Tennessee Emergency Communications Board voted unanimously to approve a pilot project led by AT&T. Tennessee will become the largest test case in the country. Smaller scale systems have been implemented in Vermont and North Carolina.
Win #2 for the Vols
Karli Threet Sunday September 9, 2012
The Vols are now 2-0 on the season after they downed the Georgia State Panthers 51-13 on Saturday afternoon. Up next, the Vols will take on the Florida Gators at Neyland Stadium on Saturday, September 15. Kick-off is set for 5, pregame coverage will begin at 3:30 on your home for the Vols, 102.5 WOW Country.
Jets downed by Livingston Academy • Open Date for Panthers
Steve Friday September 7, 2012
Livingston Academy raced to a 28 point first quarter lead and defeated the Cumberland County High School Jets Friday night 41-20. Wildcat Quarterback Brock McCoin threw three TD strikes and Creed Hayes ran for three scores. The Jets Jordan Buckner threw touchdown passes to A.J. Dick and Colton Dykes and Dykes also returned an interception for a score. CCHS travels to Sequoyah to battle the 3 and 1 Chiefs Friday night, September 14th. The action is scheduled to begin at 6:00; 102.5 WOW Country will have the broadcast with the pre-game at 5:45.
SMHS enjoyed an open date this week and will return to action Friday night, September 14th with their Homecoming Game against the Kingston Yellowjackets. The kick-off is set for 6:30 with the broadcast on Mix 99.3 beginning at 6:15.