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  • TVA to cut more than 10 percent of jobs

    The Tennessee Valley Authority says 750 employees have retired or resigned through a voluntary incentive program, another 1,000 vacant positions are being eliminated and more cuts are on the way.

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    Opponents of same-sex marriage are scrambling to find effective responses, in Congress and state legislatures, to a rash of court rulings that would force some of America's most conservative states to accept gay nuptials.

  • TVA plans to open $1 billion gas plant in Ky

    The Tennessee Valley Authority is hoping to open a $1 billion gas plant within three years in western Kentucky to replace its two oldest coal-fired facilities.

  • Congress to consider Yellow Creek land transfer

    A U.S. Senate committee has approved legislation to transfer property in Tishomingo County from the Tennessee Valley Authority to the state of Mississippi for economic development.

  • Demand for TVA power soars with freezing temps

    The Tennessee Valley Authority says it has been able to meet record-breaking demand for electricity Friday morning as temperatures plunged into the single digits across the region. TVA pumped out 33,345 megawatts of power - the highest demand for electricity since the summer of 2007 and the third highest in TVA history.

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    TAUBE: An Obama economic idea that Republicans shouldn't refuse

    Republicans have been completely right in criticizing President Obama for his poor handling of the economy. That being said, it's completely wrong for the GOP to criticize him when he does something right.

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    TVA's top executive gets 10 times Obama's pay

    The Tennessee Valley Authority is owned by the federal government and provides electricity to millions of customers in seven states, including Virginia, but the salaries it pays its executives aren't anything like what most federal workers can imagine.

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    Tennessee Valley Authority ratepayers in October will get a break from lower fuel costs, with average residential bills expected to drop by as much as $3.50.

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