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Initial agreement reached in controversial land swap proposal—Nooga

Chattanooga's funding for social agencies rises by $130,000Times Free Press

Gov. Bill Haslam doesn't plan to give endorsements in contested 3rd District primary—AP

Anonymous website goes negative on Scottie Mayfield—Nooga

Push for a fiscal pact picks up speed, power—NY Times

UTC Chancellor Roger Brown to retire—Times Free Press

Tennessee educators submit feedback on evaluation system—Tennessean

Online transparency not enough, says open government advocates—TN Report

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