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  • Sevier County
    Resource Page

    Information for Sevier County Residents, Businesses and Those Who Want to Help

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  • TNFosters

    Learn how to become a foster parent or support foster families in Tennessee.

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  • Visit Tennessee’s Home for the Holidays

    Annual open house event in December invites visitors to tour the Tennessee Residence decorated for the holidays.

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  • Tennessee Soars
    in Science

    'America's Report Card' touts TN students as the fastest improving in the nation in science.

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  • 2016-17 Tennessee Teacher of the Year

    Derek Voiles of Hamblen County

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  • kidcentral tn

    Visit kidcentraltn.com, Tennessee’s one-stop shop for information on children’s health, education, development and support.

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  • Capitol to the Classroom

    Governor Continues Visits to K-12 Schools

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  • Solar Eclipse at the Park: August 21, 2017

    Make plans now to visit one of the 20 Tennessee state parks which fall in the 'path of totality' for this rare celestial event!

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  • Governor’s Excellence in Service Awards

    Meet the state employees helping make Tennessee a better place to live, work and raise a family.

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  • Local Before It Was Cool

    "Pick Tennessee" Celebrates 30 Years

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  • Why Work Matters

    The Business Case for Hiring People With Disabilities

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  • A Healthier Tennessee

    Join the movement and thousands of Tennesseans who are committed to being more active, eating healthier and feeling better.

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    • Help Prevent Overuse of Antibiotics

      Tuesday, December 06, 2016| 9:10am

      NASHVILLE – Antibiotics are among the most commonly prescribed drugs used in human medicine, and chances are you and your family members have taken them multiple times. These vital drugs help fight life-threatening bacterial  diseases and are generally safe when appropriately prescribed. But overuse and misuse of antibiotics can reduce their benefit and contribute to the rise of drug-resistant bacteria, which kill thousands of Americans every year. The  Tennessee Department of Health encourages Tennesseans to learn about proper prescribing and use of these medications.

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    • 230th Signal Company deploys to Kuwait

      Monday, December 05, 2016| 2:39pm

      Guardsmen from Nashville's 230th Signal Company pose for company photograph prior to boarding a bus to begin their journey to Fort Hood, Texas, for roughly one month of pre-deployment training. Following their training, the Soldiers will deploy to Kuwait for one year in support of Operation Spartan Shield. - See more at: http://www.tn.gov/military/news/47265#sthash.Ws0Qg3kW.dpuf
       

      NASHVILLE, Tenn. – More than 120 Soldiers from the National Guard’s 230th Signal Company, based in Nashville, left December 4 on the first leg of a one-year deployment to Kuwait in support of Operation Spartan Shield.

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