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Drivers License Roadside Safety Checkpoints October 16

October 9, 2020
By: Dwayne Page

The Tennessee Highway Patrol will be conducting a driver license checkpoint October 16th, 2020 on Highway 96 in DeKalb County.

Recognizing the danger presented to the public by drivers that are under the influence and unqualified drivers, Troopers will concentrate their efforts on vehicles being operated by drivers that violate the driver license laws of Tennessee.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol has found driver license checkpoints to be an effective means of enforcing driver license laws of Tennessee while ensuring the protection of all motorists.




Blood Assurance Drive Set for October 22 at DeKalb Health Department

October 9, 2020
By: Dwayne Page

A DeKalb County Blood Assurance Drive will be Thursday, October 22 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the DeKalb County Health Department inside the Bloodmobile at the parking lot.

All donors will receive a $10 Wal-Mart gift card and a “Turn Over a New Leaf Mug”.

Donors may download “bloodassurancequicksreen” and answer the health questions the day of the drive prior to coming to the mobile unit to donate. This will save 10 minutes on the bus.

To schedule an appointment, go to Bloodassurance.org/dekalbhealth or contact Ashby Woodward at 615-597-7599 or Ashby.Woodward@tn.gov.

Please remember to EAT A GOOD MEAL and drink additional water and bring a photo ID. Blood Assurance is the SOLE blood provider for our local hospitals.




DeKalb August Jobless Rate Drops to 8.4%

October 9, 2020
By: Dwayne Page

Newly released data from the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development highlighted an improving economy with lower unemployment in nearly every county across the state in August.

Unemployment rates decreased in 94 of Tennessee’s 95 counties during the month. Benton was the only county with a slight increase of 0.1 of a percentage point in its month-to-month comparison.

DeKalb County’s jobless rate for August was 8.4%, down from 10.4% in July but up from 4.1% in August 2019.

The local labor force for August 2020 was 7,732. A total of 7,082 were employed and 650 were unemployed.

Moore County had the state’s lowest unemployment rate in August. At 5.1%, unemployment in the county dropped by 1.3 percentage points when compared to the previous month’s revised rate of 6.4%.

Pickett and Williamson counties had the next lowest rates in the state. Pickett County’s rate went down 1.1 percentage points to 5.2%. Williamson County’s revised July rate of 6.5% dropped to 5.3% in August.

Shelby County experienced the state’s highest unemployment in August. The county’s new rate of 13.4% is down 1.4 percentage points from its revised July rate.

At 11.4%, Haywood County had the second-highest unemployment rate for the month. That represents a 1.6 percentage point decrease from the previous month. Davidson County recorded the third-highest unemployment rate in August. Its new rate is 10.4%, down 1.9 percentage points from the county’s July statistic.

Each of the state’s largest cities experienced lower unemployment in August. Memphis dropped 1.4 percentage points from its revised July rate of 17.4%. Nashville’s rate is now 10.4%, down 1.9 percentage points. Knoxville’s August rate of 8.1% is 1.5 percentage points lower than its July rate.

A complete analysis of Tennessee’s August 2020 county unemployment data is available here.
The statewide seasonally adjusted jobless rate in August dropped to 8.5%, down 1.2 percentage points from July’s revised rate of 9.7%.

Nationally, seasonally adjusted unemployment also decreased in August. At 8.4%, the United States unemployment rate fell 1.8 percentage points from the revised July rate of 10.2%.

Businesses across Tennessee are ready to help the state’s economy rebound by reemploying out of work individuals. Jobs4TN.gov, Tennessee’s workforce development website, currently has 219,000 open positions for all job skill levels.

Jobs4TN.gov also offers online assistance with writing a resume that will catch the attention of employers, advice on how to engage and impress during job interviews, and details about potential job training opportunities.

There are more than 80 American Job Centers across Tennessee that are open for business and offering job seekers one-on-one personalized assistance. Career specialists are ready to work with individuals to devise a reemployment plan that will help them rejoin the state’s workforce.
All the assistance is free to anyone who needs help finding a new job or career path.




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