MARTIN, Tenn. — The tax break built into the state’s new pre-paid college tuition program should encourage parents to take advantage of the plan, a University of Tennessee financial aid officer said Monday. UT-Martin’s Randy Hall said his office hasn’t received any calls about the new plan but likely will after it receives more publicity.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — A Lifestar medical helicopter will be five air-minutes from the site of Olympic canoe and kayak-slalom competition on the Ocoee River July 26-28. Lifestar is the aeromedical service of the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville. Dr. Chris Brooks, the Lifestar director, said a UT helicopter will be based at Woods
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — A Knox County student is among 29 incoming-freshmen from Tennessee who have accepted University of Tennessee-Knoxville African-American Achievers scholarships for the 1996-97 academic year. Adrienne Jamila Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Williams, Knoxville, accepted the four-year scholarship, as well as scholarships from the UT National Alumni Association and Tennessee