Despite a stay at home order from Gov. Bill Lee going into effect last week, no changes in enforcement are expected in Monroe County, according to Monroe County Mayor Mitch Ingram.
- Few enforcement changes expected after statewide stay-at-home order
- Health department releases April 6 coronavirus stats
- Sequoyah to turn on field lights in honor of 2020 class
- VBH announces response to coronavirus pandemic
- Tax deadlines pushed back to later in the year due to coronavirus
- Loans now available for coronavirus-impacted small businesses
- TDOE announces PBS educational programming lineup
- CSCC instructor makes equipment for healthcare workers
- Plenty of time for reading
Volunteer Behavioral Health (VBH) officials detailed their system-wide strategy Tuesday for managing the coronavirus threat while prioritizing their commitment to treating community members.
When Kori Hamilton was named All-County Freshman of the Year in 2019, it was easy to see the potential the Tellico Plains girls basketball player boasted.
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, Sequoyah High School is joining schools across the state in a unique way to honor the 2020 class.
Ryan Bolinger has seen, and done, it all.
One of Sweetwater boys basketball’s District 5-AA opponents has an opening at head coach. McMinn Central coach Doug Armstrong announced his retirement on March 30, concluding a career with the Chargers that spanned 21 years. That’s big news for Sweetwater. Armstrong notched a 425-208 overall…
Orange Julius is calm, distrustful (not comfortable in a condo) and needs to be able to roam safely.
Since the world has become all coronavirus/COVID-19 all the time, it’s hard to find a topic that doesn’t sound kind of stupid, and stupid topics are what I specialize in.
I thought I would take a moment to share our story of what my staff is doing to support our community during these uncertain times.