- If you’ve always wanted to dress yourself like Kenny Chesney, now is your chance. [Nashville Post]
- More than 100 folks in and around Kingston have taken advantage of the free health screenings paid for by the TVA. The screenings are intended to check for any health problems associated with all of that toxic ash that the TVA slung around the region back in December. [WTVF]
- We’ve thought of some pretty creative ways to get out of traffic tickets over the years, but a man in Rogersville, TN takes the cake: After he was caught speeding by a traffic camera, he mailed back his ticket with a handwritten note saying that he was immune because he was in the CIA. And well, he was never in the CIA. Now he has to deal with the ticket and a criminal impersonation charge. [WTVF]
- Nashville State is thinking about opening a satellite campus inside the Hickory Hollow mall, which some folks feel could help the mall become a little less scary. [WSMV]
- You might see a familiar face in Life magazine’s list of creepiest NCAA mascots. [Nashville Is Talking]
- A Nashville woman was in for a pleasant surprise when someone returned her wallet containing $800 and several credit cards after she dropped it while shopping. [WKRN]
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