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Private prison giant subject to open records law

Posted: 03/04/2010 - NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A magazine that advocates for the rights of prisoners has won another round in the legal battle with private prison giant Corrections Corporation of America.

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TVA manager sees no flooding from precipitation

Posted: 02/22/2010 - A Tennessee Valley Authority river manager says runoff from all the winter snow and rain has been controlled and there should be no flooding when spring rains start.

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Historic Smoky Mountain photos available

Posted: 02/04/2010 - Historic photographs of the Great Smoky Mountains are available in a new image collection from the University of Tennessee Libraries.

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Oak Ridge man charged after mother scared

Updated: 05/19/2011 - Police in Oak Ridge have arrested a man accused of terrorizing his mother by driving into oncoming traffic until she gave him money.

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New date announced for Haiti benefit at Museum of Appalachia

Updated: 05/19/2011 - The Museum of Appalachia is hosting a Benefit Concert on Friday evening, February 5, 2010, from 7-10 PM. The "Help for Haiti" concert, originally scheduled for Saturday, January 30, was postponed due to weather related issues over the weekend.

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Groundhog Day Resources

Updated: 02/02/2010 - Learn more about Groundhog's Day by visiting resources around the Web.

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Punxsutawney, PA

Updated: 01/29/2010 - It's the city famous for its furry predictor of Spring time ... Punxsutawney, PA! Read more about the history of the area and why so many flock there for Groundhog's Day.

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Frequently Asked Questions and Fun Facts

Posted: 01/29/2010 - Do you know when the first Groundhog's Day was celebrated? How about the average size of a groundhog? Check out some fun facts and frequently asked questions about the the holiday below.

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Bernanke Confirmation Advances In Crucial Vote

Posted: 01/28/2010 - Ben Bernanke has cleared a crucial hurdle in the Senate that assures his confirmation to a second term as chairman of the Federal Reserve. The Senate voted Thursday to overcome a filibuster that would have doomed his nomination. The Senate will now move to a final confirmation vote.

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Small gas leak closes Greenback School again

Updated: 01/20/2010 - Two weeks to the day after a gas leak forced a week-long closure at Greenback School in Loudon County, firefighters detect another leak, this time in the gymnasium.

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