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Cookeville,

city (1990 pop. 21,744), seat of Putnam co., N central Tenn.; inc. 1854. It is a farm trade center that also produces transportation equipment, construction materials, clothing, and metal products. Tennessee Technological Univ. is there.
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html) arrested by Putnam County Sheriff's Department (PCSD) in Cookeville, Tennessee, for felony possession of drugs, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, Clayton Bank has assets of nearly USD885m and has 13 branches across its markets in Knoxville, Jackson, Oakland, Covington, Henderson, Lexington, Friendship and Cookeville, Tennessee.
Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, Tennessee.
The bank has 13 branches across its markets in Knoxville, Jackson, Oakland, Covington, Henderson, Lexington, Friendship and Cookeville, Tennessee.
Commissioner Gonzales was born in Cookeville, Tennessee, and graduated cum laude in cursu honorum with a bachelors degree from Tennessee Technological University in 1980.
Nelson, 75, from Cookeville, Tennessee, was assigned in Clark in January 1971.
Ficosa North America, a subsidiary of Ficosa International, is hiring hundreds of employees from a variety of skill levels and educational backgrounds for their new 270,000 square foot automotive manufacturing facility in Cookeville, Tennessee, which is about 80 miles east of Nashville.
Geist, EdD, APRN, CNE, is dean of the College of Interdisciplinary Studies and associate professor of nursing, Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, Tennessee.
Eyewitnesses have confirmed that 20-year-old Marwan Hinnawi, a Saudi scholarship student in Cookeville, Tennessee, had deliberately run over his compatriot, Mohamed Badi, 22, with his car.
Thielen, senior pastor of the Cookeville United Methodist Church in Cookeville, Tennessee, and the author of the bestselling What's the Least I Can Believe and Still Be a Christian, says that "a growing number of Americans are starving for an alternative to closed-minded, judgmental, partisan, antiwomen, antiscience religion.
Cookeville, Tennessee is where D@D takes place (see "Member News," AMAA Journal, Vol.
He has been a clinician at the Northwest Workshop in Tacoma, Washington, and the Southeast Horn Workshop in Cookeville, Tennessee, and had residencies at the Kendall Betts Horn Camp, the Orford Music Festival in Canada, James Madison University, Northwestern University, and the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point.