The deadline for kindergarten and seventh grade students to submit a Certificate of Immunization to their school is Friday, September 1. If not, the child will not be allowed to return to school after the Labor Day holiday until a Certificate of Immunization is presented. Beginning Tuesday, September 5, each day a child misses due to an incomplete/missing immunization record will be considered truant.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol will be conducting safety belt and sobriety roadside checkpoints during the week of August 25th in Marshall County.
The Safety Belt Checkpoint will be set up on Friday, August 25th on State Route 50 at the 2 mile marker at 7:00 p.m.
The Sobriety Roadside Checkpoint will be set up on Friday, August 25th on US Hwy 31 Alt. at .1 mile north of the 16 mile marker at 10 pm.
Recognizing the danger to unbelted vehicle occupants, Troopers will target those who operate a vehicle while unbelted and take corrective actions for other violations observed.
Impaired driving is a serious crime that kills more than 16,000 people and injures 305,000 people every year in the U.S. Troopers will evaluate drivers for signs of alcohol or drug impairment. Troopers will target those who operate a vehicle while impaired and take corrective actions for other violations observed while ensuring the protection of all motorists.
The THP recognizes that safety belt and sobriety roadside checkpoints are highly visible and effective tools of enforcing safety belt laws of Tennessee and that sobriety checkpoints are effective tools in the battle against impaired driving.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) today released the 2017 list of hot jobs across the state. The list is a projection of what occupations will be most in-demand through the year 2024.
Topping this year’s recently revised hot jobs list is the occupation of team assemblers in the manufacturing field, with a projection of 1,845 openings over the next seven years. Accountants and auditors are the second most in-demand occupation, with 1,460 potential job openings. With an estimated 1,390 new positions, office supervisors take the third spot on the list, followed by nursing assistants, licensed vocational and practical nurses, and elementary school teachers. Several dozen occupations, requiring varying skill levels, are part of the list.
The data projects careers expected to grow, what skills they require, and average salary ranges for each occupation. The statewide data on the site is also available on a local basis for each of the 13 local workforce development areas across the state.
Occupations included on the list meet the following criteria:
- Require more than short-term on-the-job training
- Expected to have positive job growth
- Expected to be in-demand with employers
- Forecasted to have at least 10 annual average job openings in the area
Tennessee’s workforce website, Jobs4TN.gov, is a one-stop location for job resources across the state. There are more than 157,000 current job openings listed on the site. Job seekers can also get assistance with their resume and job search skills. Employers are encouraged to post new job openings on the site. All of the workforce development services offered on Jobs4TN.gov are free to jobs seekers and employers.
Anyone interested in seeing which are Tennessee’s hottest jobs can go to https://www.tn.gov/workforce/topic/occupations-in-demand for the statewide and local hot jobs list.
- The Marshall County Board of Education will meet in a Special Called session on Monday, August 28th at 5:30 p.m. in the Central Office, 700 Jones Circle, to discuss school roofs and the possible purchase of land.
- The Lewisburg Gas Department will hold its regular scheduled monthly meeting on Tuesday, September 12th at 4:00 p.m. located at 505 N. Ellington Parkway.