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Originally named Alexandria Jackson was renamed in 1822 after General (and eventual President) Andrew Jackson. The city was as a busy railroad junction before the Civil War and also performed train maintenance. Isaac Burton Tigrett, co founder of the Hard Rock Café franchise, was born in Jackson. Entertainment in the area include the Casey Jones Home and Railroad Museum, the annual Miss Tennessee pageant, and the annual Shannon St Blues and Heritage Festival held each June for two nights at the local farmer's market.

Population: 59643
Local Newspapers: The Jackson Sun
Local Sports Teams: West Tenn Diamond Jaxx (AA baseball)
Local Colleges: Lambuth University Union University Lane College

Zip Codes associated with jackson, tennessee: 38301 38305 38313 38356 38366
Towns/Cities near jackson, tennessee : Brownsville Humboldt Three Way Medina Bells Henderson

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Donald Trump respects Andrew Jackson. The White House is also influenced by the top adviser Stephen K. Bannon.

Boot Barn to Celebrate Grand Opening of New Store in Jackson, TN

The new 9,000 square foot store is located in Jackson at 1775 Vann Drive at the 40 and 412 Interchange. This will be the company's ninth store in Tennessee.

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Night Life NIGHT LIFE Check out this story on 201 North College, Halls. Country music dance with a band every Friday from 7 to 10 p.m. Two steppers welcome.

Food Hub Launching Spring Subscription

Memphis Tilth's Bring It Food Hub program, a distributor of locally sourced food from within a 150-mile radius of Memphis, is launching its spring 2017 subscription service next week an eight-week program that runs March 21 through May 12. Memphis Tilth's Bring It Food Hub program, which distributes locally sourced food from around Memphis, launches its spring 2017 subscription service next week. The program runs March 21 through May 12. The food hub was founded in 2013 by Memphis Center for Food and Faith director Noah Campbell, and at the end of 2016 it joined as a program of Memphis Tilth.

Bemis homicide victim, shooter identified

Bemis homicide victim, shooter identified Jackson police have identified two people killed as Velma Paulette Garrett, 67, and Christopher Armstrong, 23. Check out this story on Armstrong was charged with the attempted robbery and aggravated assault of Garrett in Milan. Armstrong had been released on bond at the time of Garrett's death.

Winners of CBS' 'Hunted' pocket $250K, going fishing

What does it take to stay on the run from top law enforcement officers for 28 days? Hilmar Skagfield and friend Lee Wilson won $250,000 from the show CBS "Hunted," which ended its first season Wednesday. Winners of CBS' 'Hunted' pocket $250K, going fishing What does it take to stay on the run from top law enforcement officers for 28 days? Hilmar Skagfield and friend Lee Wilson won $250,000 from the show CBS "Hunted," which ended its first season Wednesday.

Beer Bracket Unfiltered: Meddlesome Brewing

For those thirsty for more on the Memphis beer scene, we're presenting barely edited versions of the interviews done by Toby Sells for our cover story on the Memphis Flyer and Aldo's Beer Bracket Challenge. Here's the Meddlesome Brewing interview with one of its owners, Ben Pugh.

Waffle House co-founder Joe Rogers: A cook for lifetime

Waffle House co-founder Joseph Wilson Rogers Sr., who went from short-order cook to co-founder of one of the nation's largest restaurant chains, has died. He was 97. Rogers, born in Jackson, Tennessee, was the son of a railroad worker who was laid off during the Great Depression, the company said in a statement announcing the death.

Throwback Thursday: LaRenda Scarbrough inducted into United Way of West Tennessee Hall of Fame

This week's throwback Thursday looks back at the March 1, 2006 edition of the Carroll County News-Leader when LaRenda Scarbrough of Huntingdon was inducted into the United Way of West Tennessee Hall of Fame. Every community is blessed with certain individuals who are leaders among leaders.

CRE Brokers Speculate on Future of Commercial Appeal Headquarters

When USA Today Network executive and president of The Tennessean newspaper Laura Hollingsworth came into town the day after The Commercial Appeal announced printing operations will be moving to Jackson, Tennessee, she told the staff that while no immediate plans were in place, selling the daily paper's iconic building was certainly a possibility down the road. If put on the market, The Commercial Appeal's 495 Union Ave. location would present a unique mix of challenges and opportunities for anyone looking to redevelop the site.

Rose Hill School celebrates Black History Month

Rose Hill School celebrates Black History Month Rose Hill School held its Black History Program Tuesday, featuring guest speaker Jackson City Court Clerk Daryl Hubbard. Check out this story on Jeff McLemore performs 'My Girl' on the saxophone during the 'Living the Dream' African American History Program at Rose Hill School in Jackson, Tenn., on Monday, Feb. 27, 2017.

Jackson Christian students recycle art

Jackson Christian students recycle art Students at Jackson Christian made art projects from recycled materials. Check out this story on Andrew Pittman, left, looks at Will LeFevre's recycled art project, an iMac that was turned into an aquarium, in Coffman Gym at Jackson Christian in Jackson, Tenn., on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017.

Local Actor Phil Elam to Light Up the Stage in Lilies of the Field

After winning six honors at a variety of national and international film festivals with his debut producing effort, "SWING LOW," Detroit native Phil Elam is taking to the stage to play his most personally inspired role as the lead in the stage production of the beloved film, "Lilies of the Field." The 1963 motion picture, "Lilies of the Field," earned Academy Award nominations for Best Picture and Best Writing Screenplay, but its historical significance was the milestone performance of Sidney Poiter.

Lolo at the Hangar

In a mini-documentary that accompanied the rollout of her 2016 album ''In Loving Memory of When I Gave a S---,'' singer/songwriter Lolo says she would sing even if nobody was listening ''for my own sanity ... singing is the place where I feel the freest.' ' Fortunately for lovers of distinctive musical talents, the Jackson, Tenn., native, whose given name is Lauren Pritchard, has opted not to keep her powerful voice, and often rawly personal songs, to herself.

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