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Metro's instructinal officer to give principals guidelines

Dr. Sandra Johnson, the new chief instructional officer for Metro schools, previewed plans Wednesday for improving student achievement. She

'Newcomers' created for new residents

After moving into the area from Michigan, Cathi Stojkov took matters into her own hands when the search for a women

Hilleary won

The

Zoo officials focus on expanded animal exhibits

Nashville Zoo officials plan to unveil a $60,000 exhibit soon that will feature bongo and East African crowned crane and will then gear up to begin work on a meerkat exhibit in January. More

Non-traditional students ride the Web toward degrees

Lory Kimbro refers to herself as a

Compromise, not blame, will craft budget solutions

Gov. Don Sundquist may become the most maligned Tennessee governor since Ray Blanton, and it

Kid of the week

Bobbie Boyce may be only 13, but the young lady means business. An eighth-grader at East Middle School, Bobbie is taking three courses More

Disappointing season ends on high note for few Sounds

Too early, too late, but in between things were not so great. That More

CPA's Stone makes Gators as holder

Most of us can relate to being part of a crowd of 85,000. Few of us, however, can say we

Letson takes over as king of late models

There was little suspense heading into Saturday

Agreement should come on Rolle contract today

Final approval on a new deal for Tennessee Titans cornerback Samari Rolle could come today after the two sides

'Miracle' Dyson all the way back

The annals of pro football show that the Music City Miracle occurred when Kevin Dyson scored on a kickoff return on Jan. 8, 2000 to give the Tennessee Titans a playoff victory over the Buffalo Bills. But the real miracle concerning Kevin Dyson is the way he has played this training camp and preseason in his comeback from major knee surgery. More

Can QB Clausen lead the Vols?

Coaches preach scoring early and often. But is there such a thing as scoring too early? Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer thinks so. More

Prep Update

If you want your team More

Death Notices

News Briefs

Here are just a few of the headlines in today's News Briefs: TSU convocation features scholar, Literacy group offers workshop and Forum's focus on long-term care. More

Michael Collins is my personal hero. As the IRA leader in the Irish Revolution, he beat the Brits at their own game: intelligence. When London sent in a ruthless gang of agents known as "The Cairo Gang," Collins finished the thugs off in one swift Sunday morning. He ordered every one of them killed in their beds. More

Falling back into forward thinking

What is it about this time of the year? School is back in session, football season is in full swing, and the fall routine has started. The excitement of summer and family vacations is over, and your garden looks like it has had its struggles. The hot and humid weather took its toll on both you and your garden. Is there anything to pique your gardening interest over the next month? More

Market hosts Apple Fest

The Farmers Market will kick off the fall season with its first Apple Festival Saturday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Different kinds of apples will be coming in by the bushels for visitors to sample and purchase. More

City Confidential

Elaine Ganick, mother of invention. Elaine Ganick is an inventor More