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Untold Tennessee: Governor Lee Announces Yearlong 225 Celebration

Today Governor Bill Lee announced “Untold Tennessee” as the theme for a yearlong celebration commemorating 225 years of statehood. Tennesseans are invited to attend events and activities in all 95 counties and submit stories that showcase their area of the state. Governor Lee will kick off a 95-county tour and year of celebration by visiting Bicentennial Mall in Nashville and the Blount Mansion in Knoxville on June 1, Tennessee’s 225th ... (click for more)

WDOD AM first went on the air on April 13, 1925. Shown are longtime announcer Earl Freudenberg and manager Bill Nash. See story for details.
WDOD AM first went on the air on April 13, 1925. Shown are longtime announcer Earl Freudenberg and manager Bill Nash. See story for details.

Tennessee State Library And Archives Now Open In New Location

5 Tennessee Sites Added To National Register Of Historic Places, Including Christ Church Episcopal


The Tennessee State Library and Archives is now open to the public in their new building at 1001 Rep. John Lewis Way N. in Nashville. The 165,000 square foot state-of-the-art Library and Archives facility’s design adds to the beauty of the Bicentennial Mall State Park, while the additional ... (click for more)

The Tennessee Historical Commission, the state agency that is designated as the State Historic Preservation Office, Friday announced the addition of five properties to the National Register of Historic Places. They include a log building, two commercial buildings in Memphis and two churches. ... (click for more)



Tennessee State Library And Archives Hosts Ribbon Cutting And Grand Opening Ceremony

Remembering WDOD Radio As It Turns 96

Picnooga Presents A Live Webinar About African American Photographer Horace Brazelton


The Tennessee State Library and Archives hosted a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony with dignitaries, elected officials and Library and Archives staff on Monday to celebrate the opening ... (click for more)

At one time WDOD AM was known as Chattanooga’s Pioneer Station going on the air on April 13, 1925. If the station was still on the air it would have turned 96 this week. WDOD has a rich heritage. ... (click for more)

Picnooga will presents a live webinar, Lost Chattanooga: Horace Brazelton, on Thursday, April 7 at b7 p.m. about African American photographer Horace Brazelton. Horace Maynard Brazelton ... (click for more)


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