A non-traditional Easter

The Boys & Girls Club of the Cumberland Plateau and the Scott County Chamber of Commerce are teaming up to promote a different kind of Easter egg hunt: One that is community-wide and complies with social distancing guidelines and Gov. Bill Lee's "stay-at-home" order.

Ballyhooed model significantly lowers anticipated impact of coronavirus in Tennessee

A University of Washington model that has been cited by both Gov. Lee and the Trump administration issued new projections for the coronavirus impact...

Tennessee’s death count soars by 48% in 24 hours

The number of deaths being contributed to coronavirus in Tennessee soared over the latest 24-hour period, jumping from 44 to 65. Those were the new...

Big South Fork closed due to coronavirus concerns

BANDY CREEK — The Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area will be closed until further notice, effective at 9 a.m. Monday morning,...

Health department opens coronavirus assessment site in Scott County

HUNTSVILLE — The Scott County Health Department has established a COVID-19 assessment site for county residents meeting pre-screening and pre-registration requirements.   Scott County's COVID-19...

Tennessee to close state parks

NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation (TDEC) has announced that, in support of Gov. Bill Lee's executive order implementing a "stay...

Analysis: No, you won’t have to show papers if you’re outside your home in...

It was bound to happen, and it is. Hours after Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee issued an executive order requiring residents to stay at home...

Gov. Bill Lee orders Tennesseans to stay home

NASHVILLE — On Monday, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee requested residents of the Volunteer State to stay home. On Thursday, he ordered them to do so. Citing...

Analyzing the data against Gov. Bill Lee’s claim that Tennessee’s number of coronavirus cases...

At a Monday afternoon press briefing to announce new executive orders implementing a "safer at home" policy and requiring certain non-essential businesses to close,...

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee orders non-essential businesses to close

NASHVILLE — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has issued a "safer at home" policy and ordered some non-essential businesses to close for two weeks. The mandate,...

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