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April 21, 1990 | From United Press International
The FBI said Friday that it has entered the investigation into the suspected firebombing of the home of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's chief inspector at the troubled Sequoyah Nuclear Plant. The fire gutted the home of NRC senior inspector Ken Jenison on Thursday after he received four threatening phone calls, commission spokesman Ken Clark said. Jenison then discovered that his car had been sabotaged as he left the plant to go to his burning home, Clark said. No one was hurt.
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April 21, 1990 | From United Press International
The FBI said Friday that it has entered the investigation into the suspected firebombing of the home of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's chief inspector at the troubled Sequoyah Nuclear Plant. The fire gutted the home of NRC senior inspector Ken Jenison on Thursday after he received four threatening phone calls, commission spokesman Ken Clark said. Jenison then discovered that his car had been sabotaged as he left the plant to go to his burning home, Clark said. No one was hurt.
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April 3, 1989
Two laid-off instructors at the TVA Power Operations Training Center at the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant near Chattanooga, Tenn., said they reported cheating on crucial examinations given to nuclear employees. Bill North, 41, and Jackie L. Shields, 48, both veteran TVA employees until last month, said they have asked a judge with the U.S. Merit System Protection Board to arbitrate their case.
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April 3, 1989
Two laid-off instructors at the TVA Power Operations Training Center at the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant near Chattanooga, Tenn., said they reported cheating on crucial examinations given to nuclear employees. Bill North, 41, and Jackie L. Shields, 48, both veteran TVA employees until last month, said they have asked a judge with the U.S. Merit System Protection Board to arbitrate their case.
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August 22, 1985 | Associated Press
The Tennessee Valley Authority is shutting down the Sequoyah nuclear power plant indefinitely, citing concerns over key emergency safety equipment, the TVA announced Wednesday. The shutdown will leave the federal agency without nuclear-generated electricity. TVA has already closed one nuclear plant and has delayed seeking licensing on its third because of safety problems.
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April 24, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Tennessee Valley Authority posted a $10,000 reward for the arsonist who set fire to the home of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's chief inspector at Sequoyah Nuclear Plant. The fire gutted the Soddy-Daisy, Tenn., home of Ken Jenison on Thursday after he received four threatening phone calls, and Hamilton County investigators ruled arson caused the blaze.
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