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MARTIN (March 25) — The University of Tennessee at Martin, along with multiple Tennessee higher education institutions, has partnered with THEC and TEMA to create personal protective equipment … more
Gov. Bill Lee has asked all public k-12 schools to remain closed through April 24, 2020. With this guidance, the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce is canceling all of our sponsored events in the … more
As of Monday, March 23, the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association is continuing with precautions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes the postponement of the state basketball … more
On Monday, March 23, West Carroll Special School District changed how it distributes food to students during the COVID-19 pandemic school closures.Meals are now delivered across the district via … more
Governor Bill Lee issued Executive Order No. 16 to ensure government operations continue to function openly and transparently during the COVID-19 emergency while taking measures to protect the health … more
TENNESSEE (March 23) — Governor Bill Lee has suspended many non-essential, elective medical procedures in Executive Order 18, issued March 23. The executive order reads:Dental service providers … more
WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service announced today the federal income tax filing due date is extended from April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020.Taxpayers can also … more
HUNTINGDON (March 20) — Under guidance from the Tennessee Department of Health and other agencies, our preparations have been to immediately shut down county-owned facilities, with some … more
McKENZIE (March 23) — Overflow Church, located in the former Rural King building on U.S. 79 reports one of its members tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).The social media post indicates … more
Bethel University Converts All Classes to OnlineBethel University is conducting all classes online. There are no in-person classes on any campus and spring sports is suspended. Most students moved … more
Family and friends visitation to nursing homes in Tennessee is a totally different experience than just two weeks ago. Susie Marshall is a resident of ACH in McKenzie and being visited by her … more
Tennessee (March 23) — Tennessee now has 615 persons who have tested positive for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) as of 3 p.m. on Monday, March 23, 2020.According to the Tennessee Department of … more
Huntingdon Animal Clinic remains open to serve clients and has enacted protocols to protect staff and clients durinig the coronavirus pandemic. A statement released by the clinic reads:Due to the … more
PARIS, Tenn. (March 17, 2020) – In our continued efforts to prepare for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and to protect our patients, staff, and community, we are implementing visitation policy changes at Henry County Medical Center effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020. more
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis is treating the first positive Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patient in Shelby County. This patient is receiving excellent care, and we are following all … more
PARIS, Tenn. – Henry County Medical Center is closely monitoring the evolving novel coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and has been preparing the organization for the potential arrival of … more
The BBB is passing on a warning from the FTC and FDA about phony coronavirus treatment claims. The agencies have sent warning letters to seven companies raising concerns about their … more
McKENZIE (March 12) - An email to students and staff from Bethel University President Dr. Walter Butler outlines the school's response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. The email reads as … more
BlueCross Basketball Championships Tournaments to continue with limited fan attendance due to COVID-19 March 12, 2020 Like many other athletic associations and leagues throughout the … more
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The NAIA announced today that effective immediately, it will be canceling all remaining winter championship events, including those that are currently … more
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