Thursday, June 04, 2020

Vote by mail
Several lawsuits have been filed in Tennessee, asking that citizens be allowed to vote by mail in the upcoming elections, in an effort to decrease the spread of COVID 19. And now a Tennessee judge has held that the state's guidance about who can vote by mail due to the coronavirus is "very ambiguous," and she pointed to other states who say anyone can vote by mail if they are a registered voter. But Tennessee election officials say such a move is not feasible in our state. Davidson County Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle said her final order will be "a practical, workable solution, or it will throw the election into chaos." Lyle also raised concerns about mailing costs for local governments.


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Tuesday, July 07, 2020

  • NU plans waterline work
  • COVID 19 Update
  • Capias' issued for defendants
  • Deadline to register to vote
  • TWRA July 4 report
  • Animal welfare legislation

    Monday, July 06, 2020

  • Register to vote
  • Jefferson County motorcycle crash
  • Tennessee counties may mandate masks
  • Decrease in the number of distressed counties in Tennessee
  • Tennesseans to travel less
  • Latest COVID 19 count

    Friday, July 03, 2020

  • Supreme court statement on racial justice
  • Do not drink and boat
  • TDHS assisting needy families
  • July 4th. gas prices
  • Governor Lee announces increased officer training
  • COVID 19 Update
  • Tucker enters guilty plea
  • Ottinger issues coronavirus update
  • Collins and Short arrested
  • Authorities are searching for Edwards
  • Edwards is missing
  • Restrictions when Jeff scholls open

    Thursday, July 02, 2020

  • Stuart pursuit

    Wednesday, July 01, 2020

  • Dr. Johnson on schools re-opening
  • Couture assault
  • I-40 crash injures two
  • Voter registration deadline