Tag Archives: tennessee

State launches “Face It. Masks Fight COVID-19” campaign

Governor Bill Lee has announced that the State will launch a public service announcement campaign that urges all Tennesseans to fight against the spread of COVID-19 by wearing a mask. The ad campaign, titled “Face It. Masks Fight COVID-19”, will run on broadcast and cable television, digital,social media, print, and …

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Rockwood Man injured after falling off Ozone Falls

A Rockwood man was flown to an area trauma center after a fall at Ozone Falls in Cumberland County late last week. The report released today by the Cumberland County sheriff’s office indicates 40-year-old Stephen R. Stage appeared to be intoxicated and yelling near the edge of the falls. Officers …

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The McKameys to release CD/DVD, LIVE Like No Other

Arden, North Carolina (June 23, 2020) — Last spring, legacy Southern Gospel artist The McKameys announced they’d no longer be touring full time, and released The Crown, an album that continued to bring their message of faithfulness and the power of the Gospel to the world. In the fall, the National …

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TENNESSEE TEAMS UP TO INCREASE PPE

On Tuesday, Governor Lee announced two new strategic partnerships to ensure that Tennesseans and front-line health care workers have access to essential personal protective equipment. Renfro is using its Cleveland, Tenn. operations to produce washable, reusable cloth face masks. Governor Lee’s COVID-19 Unified Command Group is supplying the first 300,000 Renfro …

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Bids opened for 205 Main

Sealed bids were opened this week for the property at 205 Main Street in Clinton that has been a thorn in the side of the county since it was purchased in late 2017 for use as a Senior Center. The building cost the county $600,000 but soon after it opened …

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Tennessee’s New Carry Permit Laws Explained

As of right now, Americans are buying more guns than ever. With the coronavirus pandemic sweeping across the country, citizens are realizing that they need to take measures to protect themselves and their families. With new gun buyers come new questions. How do I safely store this? How do I …

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COVID-19 cases top 6000 in Tennessee

As of Wednesday, April 15th at 3 pm EDT, there were 6079 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee, according to the state Health Department. Of those, 2196—or 36%–have already recovered, while another 135 people have died after contracting the virus. 74,817 people have tested negative. Roane County reported its sixth …

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29 Tennessee Health Centers Receive Funding from US HHS

US Department of Health and Human Services) (Wednesday, April 8th) the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), awarded $25,098,970 to 29 health centers in Tennessee as part of a historic U.S. response to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Health …

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Tennessee Emergency Cash Assistance Applications to start today

The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is making essential financial resources available to families that have been impacted by the novel coronavirus. This is NOT part of the federal governments stimulus plan being worked out. TDHS says that emergency cash assistance applications are being accepted from families starting at 10 a.m. …

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