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UT Martin public safety initiates Operation Blue Light

The Department of Public Safety at the University of Tennessee at Martin is initiating a new program called Operation Blue Light.

Grant addresses de-escalation, emergency response for law enforcement

A USDA Delta Health Care Services grant has been awarded to the University of Tennessee at Martin Criminal Justice Program for its De-escalation Techniques and Emergency Response Project.

Miss UT Martin, Miss Tennessee Soybean Festival winners crowned

Jackson native Carly White had second thoughts about competing in her first pageant at the Miss University of Tennessee at Martin-Miss Tennessee Soybean Festival Scholarship Pageant.

Contestants claim Miss UT Martin, Miss Tennessee Soybean Festival during combined pageant

Nadia Treadwell, an MTSU student from Union City, and Carly White, a UT Martin student from Jackson, were crowned Miss Tennessee Soybean Festival and Miss UT Martin respectively during the combined pageant Nov. 6 in the Boling University Center’s Duncan Ballroom.

Roy Herron connects faith and politics in new book

Roy Herron has faith in the American people and the good that our American system of government can do for people.

18th Empty Bowls in-person event set for Nov. 20

The 18th annual Empty Bowls fundraiser to help fight food insecurity in the Martin community and Weakley County will be held in person from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 20, at the UT Martin Student Life Center located at 119 Moody Street.

UT Martin to host Veterans Week Activities

The University of Tennessee at Martin will honor active military personnel and veterans during the week of Nov. 8-12, as well as during the UT Martin football game on Saturday, Nov. 6, at Hardy Graham Stadium.

Miss UT Martin/Miss Tennessee Soybean Festival Pageant to be held Nov. 6

The annual Miss University of Tennessee at Martin / Miss Tennessee Soybean Festival Scholarship Pageant will be held at 7 p.m., Nov. 6, in the Boling University Center’s Duncan Ballroom.

First student receives leaders in banking scholarship

Allie Landrum, of Dyer, is the first recipient of the University of Tennessee at Martin’s Leaders in Banking Scholarship.

Former state senator Roy Herron to discuss new book Nov. 2

Former Tennessee state senator and Dresden, Tennessee, native Roy Herron will discuss his latest book publication at a public event at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 2, in UT Martin’s Paul Meek Library.

 

 

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