- Athens parks remain open for now
- Even as libraries close, resources still available to public
- MCSD taking steps to protect inmates, staff during coronavirus pandemic
- Resources available for farmers looking at business changes
- Encouragement to remain strong as coronavirus pandemic grows
- State unemployment rate up slightly, coronavirus affects likely not showing yet
- Unemployment claims grow 20-fold across Tennessee
- David Carroll's News and Notes: Scenes from the coronavirus
- TVA to allow increased flexibility to local power companies
Not even a full year ago, Bryce Goodner had wept tears of joy when he received his first scholarship offer to play college football.
Located on the upper level of the McMinn County Living Heritage Museum is a small interesting leather workers exhibit that gives you an idea of the types of tools used while making the much-needed leather pieces everyone in the 1800s relied on.
To the editor,
Unemployment rates are a lagging measure and for the month of February remained relatively unaffected by the COVID-19 public health emergency.
The state of Tennessee experienced an unprecedented spike in new initial unemployment claims, according to data released Thursday by the United States Department of Labor.
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