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Daily Archives : January 31, 2018

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MIDDLE TENNESSEE: (Update 12/1/18 4 p.m) SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT:  Light snow accumulations possible this evening with light rain becoming widespread by late afternoon. As a strong cold front sweeps across the region this evening, rain will mix with and change over to snow for a few hours along and east of I-2, ending…

CLARKSVILLE: “What happens to a dream deferred?  Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun?”  In 1959, with her landmark play inspired in part by the preceding lines from Langston Hughes’ poem “Harlem,” Lorraine Hansberry made history as the first black female playwright to have her work produced…

Fraternities and sororities, long a staple of collegiate social life, could be coming to an end in Tennessee. Rep. Jon DeBerry of Memphis is sponsoring a bill that could ban sororities and fraternities at all state universities and colleges across Tennessee. The bill is working its way through the Tennessee…

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