Post Tagged with: "Ashland City"

Ashland City Sawmill Fined for Overtime, Child Labor Violations

by / on March 20, 2013

An Ashland City sawmill will have to pay out nearly $12,000 in fines and back wages, following an investigation by the US Department of Labor.

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Ashland City Mayor Honored for Post-Flood Leadership

by / on April 18, 2011

The Ashland City Mayor is being singled out for leadership following last May’s flooding. Gary Norwood will receive the Phoenix Award from the U.S. Small Business Administration, which makes low-interest loans to pay for repairs after disasters.

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Two Midstate Marines Killed in Afghanistan

by / on August 10, 2010

A 19-year old Marine from Christiana was killed in Afghanistan. The Department of Defense statements released on Monday said Pfc. Vincent Gammone III died Saturday.

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Floodwaters Continue to Cutoff Homes in Tennessee

by / on May 6, 2010

Many Tennessee residents continue to wait for floodwaters to recede before they can assess the damage caused by weekend rains. The subsequent flooding killed 21 people in the state – a new fatality was confirmed today in Memphis.

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AUDIO FEATURE: Cheatham County Recovery A Step Behind Nashville

AUDIO FEATURE: Cheatham County Recovery A Step Behind Nashville

by / on May 5, 2010

Rescue operations in the state have now been limited to Davidson and Cheatham counties. Both areas continue to deal with the high waters of the Cumberland River. Near Ashland City, search parties are taking to the water in boats making sure everyone’s accounted for.

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Flood Information for Montgomery, Hickman, Williamson & Cheatham Counties

by / on May 5, 2010

If you are a flood victim in Davidson, Williamson, Cheatham, Hickman, Dyer, or Montgomery county, register at www.fema.gov or call 1-800-621-FEMA (3362). Businesses and residents in these counties may be eligible for financial assistance to help recover from the flood.

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Flood Victims Worry About Jobs

by / on May 5, 2010

Opry Mills Mall is closed until further notice, and that has the mall’s employees wondering what to do next.

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Parts of Ashland City Still Cut Off by Water

Parts of Ashland City Still Cut Off by Water

by / on May 5, 2010

Rescue efforts continue in Tennessee after record weekend flooding. National Guard units are airlifting meals ready to eat in rural areas still cut off by flood waters.

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EPA Finds Ashland City Elementary Air Is Safe

by / on June 24, 2009

Initial test results show that the air around Ashland City Elementary is safe to breathe, despite being topping USAToday’s ranking of the nation’s –quote- “most polluted schools.”

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