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Of course with all the lockdowns, we missed a lot of the older veterans who were in care facilities. The idea came from photographer Tommy Azbill after attending a photography convention in Nashville.
After getting in contact with the Veterans Coalition, Azbill decided to donate his photography services for free. A new addition to Faces of our Veterans this year is that any veteran in a nursing home can now be visited, and they can have their picture taken on site. When their photo is taken, veterans will also receive a booklet that contains benefits they may not know they are eligible for. For a full list of dates and times or how to set up a mobile shoot. LIFELINE encourages you to come out and celebrate by giving blood to help fight the blood shortage the country has been seeing for the past year.
They are only accepting blood donations at this time, but they plan to accept plasma and platelet donations in the near future. For more information call and press one to be transferred to the Dyersburg location. The class is deed to teach SROs about how to de-escalate situations with students. Director of Operations and Training David Walker says they have one mission.
Teenage brains have not always developed fully to respond to confrontation in the way an adult would. That is where a different tactic comes in.
Walker says the best way is to establish a relationship with the young person, and this can start by simply asking what their name is. For more information on the security of youth. It remains out of control after burning an area more than twice the size of Portland and disrupting power transmission lines to California. The fires erupted as the West was in the grip of the second bout of dangerously high temperatures in just a few weeks. Scientists say a climate change-fueled megadrought also is contributing to conditions that make fires even more dangerous.
For more news from across the country. We saw another round of showers and thunderstorms Tuesday across West Tennessee, and a few could linger this evening before moving out after sunset. Rain chances look pretty slim tonight through Thursday but will return on Friday. The next cold front will approach this weekend bringing more storms with it. Find out more on the severity and timing of the storms expected this weekend coming up right here.
A few evening showers and storms could stick around until sunset. Skies will be partly cloudy tonight and it will remain a bit warm and humid. Overnight lows will fall down into the upper 60s and the winds will stay light out of the southwest. Mostly dry and mostly sunny weather is expected to return in the middle of the week. Although storms are not likely, a few isolated pop ups cannot be ruled out with the warm and humid weather lingering into the afternoon hours. As a cold front will get closer on Friday chances for rain will increase as well. Widespread severe weather is not expected but some gusty storms will be possible in the afternoon and evening with lightning and heavy rain being the main threats.
A cold front is likely to come by sometime this weekend bringing a change in the wind direction from the southwest to the north, as well as a few rounds of rain showers and storms. Highs will reach the upper 80s on Saturday and highs Sunday will depend on the timing of the cold front. Mostly cloudy skies will be expected. If you have outdoor plans this weekend be sure to keep a close eye on the forecast as the week goes on and make sure you stay weather aware this weekend and keep a close eye on the storm threat. Not only are we now officially in tropical storm season, we are still in the middle of our severe weather season.
So you need to stay weather aware to changing weather patterns and monitor the forecasts closely. For tips on preparing for the storms. Courtesy: Tennessee Department of Transportation. TDOT says the project is currently estimated to be finished during the summer ofwith the last piece of construction underway around Union City.
Police say the incident happened on April 6 at around a. Anyone who can identify the woman in these photos or the vehicle is asked to call the Jackson Police Department at and ask for the traffic division. For more local crime stories. He says the chamber is currently handling the legal due diligence of the Great Wolf Lodge, and people should be able to make reservations in just two years.
Spurgeon says one of the biggest problems the city is facing right now is getting people back to work. With a tourist attraction like the lodge, Spurgeon expects the amount of visitors to double, with an estimatedvisitors a year. However, to encourage people to move to Jackson, Spurgeon says we need more housing, outdoor amenities, and more businesses in downtown Jackson.
For more events or information on the Jackson Chamber. The event will be held at the Student Center from 8 a. Prospective students will be able to complete the application and registration process in one day, where students can apply for admission, complete the FAFSA, meet with an advisor, register for classes, get a student ID and parking pass, buy books and tour the campus.
CARES Act funding is available for students who have never attended Jackson State, and a new student can have tuition for two classes, or eight credit hours, paid for, the release says. That funding is in addition to any other financial aid that a student may receive, and additional funding can be used for other related expenses, such as books and supplies, the release says. For more information on the event or the grant, or call To register.
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The project is expected to bring full time jobs and another part time jobs to the city. For more local news.Married women looking for Hickory Withe Tennessee
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