"Next week a new door opens for me at the Tennessee State Library and Archives, as I begin work there as TSLA's new Director of Public Services. I am thrilled to have this opportunity to serve the public and to share my passion for archives, libraries, Tennessee history, and social media in this new role."
"As part of the Maury County Public Library’s Summer Reading Program, the library will offer the Natural History Education Company of the Mid-South’s Creatures of the Night Wildlife Program on Wednesday, July 18."
Tennessee First Lady Crissy Haslam was on hand to say "thank you" today to Nissan North America -- a major corporate statewide sponsor of the Governor's Books from Birth Foundation (GBBF) -- at an event held at Glen Leven Day School in ...
"In accordance with Tennessee Code, the Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA) serves as a depository of state documents such as annual and biennial reports, statistical reports, and budget documents..."
"After more than a year of searching for a system director, the Sevier County Public Library System board has finally found the woman for the job — Rhonda Tippitt, who is currently serving as Benton County’s library director."
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