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Today In The Upper Cumberland: Scenic Tennessee

Scenic Tennessee member Marge Davis talks protecting Tennessee’s natural beauty. Marge Davis is a freelance writer specializing in conservation issues, particularly the history of conservation. She’s written many books. She’s been very involved in the group Scenic Tennessee – a non-profit citizen’s group dedicated to protecting and enhancing Tennessee’s scenic beauty. Today In The Upper Cumberland airs each weekend as ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Disability Rights Tennessee

Disability rights advocate Becky Allen talks issues of safety and discrimination Access to facilities. Employment discrimination. Community resources and services availability. Issues of abuse. Safety issues. These are the issues covered by Disability Rights Tennessee. Helping those with disabilities across the state, and right here in the Upper Cumberland, lead a life of access. Becky Allen is a disability rights ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: The Green Market

This week Randy Dodson shares the story of The Green Market and what it provides When the weekend arrives, many Upper Cumberland neighbors hit the road for The Green Market – a downtown Cookeville event every weekend. What started as a farmer’s market has turned into so much more. But at its roots, it’s all about the land, and what ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Upper Cumberland Regional Airport

Upper Cumberland Regional Airport’s Dean Selby talks the airport’s recent praise “Quick. Clean. Hospitable. This will be one of my favorite fuel stops on future trips to the East Coast.” – “Friendly folks, reasonably priced fuel, a massive runway.” Those are some of the positive comments from pilots across the United States who are discovering the Upper Cumberland Regional Airport. ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Education Savings Accounts

TEA President Beth Brown discusses Governor Lee’s Education Savings Account Plan The idea of vouchers took a step toward approval in the Tennessee Legislature this week. Governor Bill Lee’s Education Savings Account Plan received a 20-13 vote approval in the Tennessee Senate. Education Savings Accounts, or vouchers as they are more often called, provide parents with public money. Most often, ... Read More »