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New Nationwide Arrest Records and Inmate Search Resource

Continuing our tradition of working with libraries to help patrons find the content they want as quickly and conveniently as possible, Fentrass County Library of Tennessee is introducing UsDirectoryFinder.com, which allows library patrons and individuals in the community to browse the latest federal and state databases for students, court records, organization records, inmates and more. All high quality information updated daily. If you’re looking to hunt down a long lost friend, military buddy or someone who is incarcerated this is the resource you need to utilize. The searches are instant and discrete.  

 

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UT Libraries Media Center - New Items

Vendo ou alugo
DVD - PN1995.9.F67V4644 2013 (2014/12/03)
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"Fundi" [videorecording] : the story of Ella Baker
DVD - E185.97 .B214F86 2005 (2014/11/21)
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I was a teenage feminist [videorecording]
DVD - HQ1421.I2 2005 (2014/11/21)
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It felt like love
DVD - PN1997.2.I844 2014 (2014/11/21)
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Night moves [videorecording]
DVD - PN1997.N52125 2005 (2014/11/21)
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WSMV Nashville - ! News

Little League treasurer accused of stealing $12K from league (Thu, 30 Jul 2015)
A volunteer is accused of stealing thousands of dollars from a Tullahoma youth baseball organization.
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Ascend Amphitheater kicking off grand opening with Eric Church shows (Thu, 30 Jul 2015)
Ascend Amphitheater, which seats about 6,800 people, will be the outdoor home of the Nashville Symphony and many other concerts.
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8-year-old girl with developmental delays found dead in western KY (Thu, 30 Jul 2015)
Skyleigh Pool was reported missing on Wednesday. She was last seen leaving her home off Highway 60 near Wickliffe, KY.
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Man run over by tractor in Sumner County (Thu, 30 Jul 2015)
The incident happened along Little Bethel Road on Thursday morning, according to Sumner County EMA.
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New sculpture will honor TN women who fought for right to vote (Thu, 30 Jul 2015)
In 1920, Tennessee became the final state needed to ratify the amendment that gave women the right to vote.
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