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Fentanyl Awareness Campaign for Teens

Tennessee is launching a new social media campaign to raise teen awareness about the dangers of fentanyl. This awareness effort is called Fentanyl: The Deadliest High. District Attorney’s in Tennessee held focus groups with middle and high schoolers to see if they knew just how fatal fentanyl can be. This effort comes as fentanyl related over doses increase at a ... Read More »

Monterey Board Of Alderman Discuss Social Media Use

Facebook posts by a Monterey Alderman sparked talks of social media policy Monday night among the Monterey Board of Alderman. Alderwoman Julie Bohannon presented deleted posts and comments from other users on Alderman J.J Reels’ personal Facebook. Bohannon said deleting opposing views denies first amendment rights and breaks the city’s social media policy. “We are sworn to uphold the policies, ... Read More »

TTU National Teacher Appreciation Week

Tennessee Tech is finding new ways to celebrate teachers after cancelling the the 6th Annual College of Education and Teacher Appreciation Awards Associate Dean of the College of Education Julie Baker said the traditional celebration includes over a hundred teachers being recognized. This year, they are asking students to express their gratitude for teachers through phone or social media. “This ... Read More »