HELPING AN INURED TEXAS STATE BOBCATS PLAYER OFF THE COURT NASHVILLE DECEMBER 2011 Video Rating: 0 / 5
Tennessee Titans Coach Mike Munchak urges kids to Play60 at a Tennessee State Park Tennessee Titans Coach Mike Munchak encourages young people to get outdoors and tackle a trail at a Tennessee State Park. This spring, Tennessee State Parks and the Tennessee Titans are partnering in a number of unique ways as part of the NFL Play60 effort, encouraging kids to stay active, eat healthy and become more physically fit — all while enjoying one of Tennessee’s great 53 state parks. Tennessee is the first state park system to participate in the [...]
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam defends his decision to develop a budget amendment in early April, weeks before the state funding board reviews the latest revenue estimates going into the next budget more. “All along then, through the next year, there are going to be things that change, and you can always say, ‘Let’s wait two months and we’ll know something else,’” he said. He made the comments on War Memorial Plaza in downtown Nashville April 2, 2012. For more, go to www.tnreport.com.
From the acclaimed academic programs and state-of-the-art facilities to MTSU campus life and the thriving Blue Raider athletic programs, there are thousands of reasons Middle Tennessee State University is the #1 choice of undergraduate students, transfer students and veterans in Tennessee. In this video, Allyson Gelnett, a recent MTSU graduate, presents a tour of a few of the various aspects that make being part of MTSU’s True Blue family so great. Learn more about all MTSU has to offer at www.mtsu.edu Video Rating: 0 / 5
When you think of California, hockey isn’t the first sport that comes to mind. But if the Golden State continues to produce elite prospects like it has in the past few years that may change. Jonathan Blum was the first Californian taken in the first round of the NHL draft when the Nashville Predators called his name 23rd overall in 2007 and he seems to have started a trend. This year California natives Beau Bennett and Emerson Etem were both chosen in the first round, while Jason Zucker and Taylor Aronson found homes [...]
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey say they’re pleased with the way they’ve edited state code to protect the state’s unemployment system from people who try to abuse the system. They made the comments at Joslin and Son Sign Company in Nashville May 9, 2012 after Haslam signed the proposals into law. For more, go to www.tnreport.com.
Rob Wilds meets a Chattanooga woman who has a dragon collection of mythical proportions. Visit www.tennesseecrossroads.org for more information about this story and how your contributions to Nashville Public Television will keep this show on the air.
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