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2009 Archived News

(12-27-2009) TENNESSEE CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICER'S STAFFS MAKE CONTRIBUTIONS TO ACTIVE MILITARY PERSONNEL AND VETERANS

A group of Tennessee military personnel stationed in Iraq will be able to spend more time talking with their families and friends, thanks to contributions made by employees who work for the state’s three constitutional officers. more...


(11-05-2009) STATE TREASURER LILLARD SPEAKS TO ROTARY CLUB EMPHASIZES TENN.'S RELATIVE GOOD STANDING

State Treasurer David H. Lillard Jr. on Wednesday discussed the status of the state's retirement system and investments and a new initiative for Tennessee soldiers at a Jackson Rotary Club meeting. more...


(11-03-2009) STATE TREASURER AND LEGISLATORS MAKE A FRIENDLY VISIT TO AREA

Tennessee State Treasurer David H. Lillard, Jr., accompanied by Rep. Jason Mumpower, and Rep. Tony Shipley from Sullivan County State House District 2 met with several local officials last weekend to discuss the impact of the state budget on small, rural areas such as Johnson County with particular emphasis on critical access, education and grant funds. Tennessee Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey, a candidate for the Republican nomination for governor next year, also had a representative on hand. more...


(10-22-2009) INTEREST-FREE LOANS MAY AID SCHOOL PROJECTS

With leaking roofs and budget cuts brought about by a poor economy, Washington County school officials are concerned about what the future may hold for their school facilities. more...


(10-14-2009) STATE TREASURER ADDRESSES HUMBOLDT ROTARY

Change is coming to West Tennessee with the recent approval of the Haywood County Megasite, says Tennessee State Treasurer David Lillard. Lillard was the featured speaker at Humboldt Rotary last Friday and was introduced by State Representative Curtis Halford. more...


(09-29-2009) STATE BUILDING COMMISSION APPROVES WEST TENNESSEE MEGASITE PROJECT

Citing its potential to bring jobs to an economically-struggling area, the State Building Commission Executive Subcommittee gave its approval Tuesday to the West Tennessee “megasite” project. more...


Senator Frist(09-2009) CAREERS NOW INTERNSHIP PROGRAM ENDS FOR SUMMER, BUT WILL SOON BEGIN ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2010

The summer 2009 Careers NOW college internship program recently came to a close for eight college students, but state officials will soon be preparing to accept applications for 2010 program participants. more...

 

 

 

 

 


BEST(08-26-2009) Tennessee Launches Statewide Coloring Sweepstakes to Encourage Families to Think About Education During College Savings Month

NASHVILLE, Tenn.— When the Bunton family received a baby gift from a neighbor, they were happily surprised to receive an investment in their child’s future—a gift to the child’s college savings.  The neighbor, who was getting ready to send his son to college, recommended the Path2College 529 Plan for the Buntons, and with his advice, the family started a Path2College plan for their child. more...

 

 

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