Tennessee State Parks remain open and free of charge for outdoor recreation as officials continue to monitor the impact of coronavirus in Tennessee. Time outdoors is proven to relieve stress and improve mental and physical health and is a way to maintain social distance. Local and state park…
- Chattanooga State COVID-19 Update
- State receives Economic Injury Disaster Loan Declaration from U.S. Small Business Administration
- Gov. Bill Lee Signs Executive Order Mandating Alternative Business Models for Restaurants and Gyms, Lifts Alcohol Regulations Orders extra protections for vulnerable populations
- Local closures
- Rhea prepares for coronavirus
- Bryan suspends face-to-face classes amid virus concerns
New data released by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development shows unemployment increases in nearly all of Tennessee’s 95 counties in January 2020.
Leadership of Bryan College today announced changes to the school’s upcoming schedule amid concerns about coronavirus.
Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union (TVFCU) officially unveil its new Dayton, Tenn., Branch on Wednesday.
When the Cleveland High School Lady Blue Raiders made the trek across the river to Rhea County High School on Friday for a quarterfinal region basketball tournament game, little did they know they were traveling to the land of 3-pointers, where it seemed to rain treys all night long for the …
In an almost heavyweight boxing match-like atmosphere and game, where the two fighters are nip-and-tuck the whole way and go the distance, the Rhea County High School (RCHS) Lady Eagle basketball team delivered the 55-52 knockout punch on Thursday night over the Cookeville High School Lady C…
Francisco Campos and Caleb Hickman represented the Rhea County High School (RCHS) Golden Eagle wrestling team at the TSSAA individual state-wrestling tournament on Thursday, Feb. 20, which was held at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center, in Franklin, Tennessee.
Early life in Rhea County was marked with many different types of crime and punishment. Some of the early accounts of these particular events give us a good idea of what life was like in those formative years of our county, and tell us that anywhere there are people, there is crime. I came a…
The column today focuses on “making do” and still having some good things to put on your table. As you no doubt know there are significant shortages in some of the stores, and it could become even more widespread. So with that in mind I have put together some recipes for you today that might…
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- Jesse Eisenberg enjoys playing 'nasty' characters
- Packers get their ‘Swerve’ on by bringing returner Tyler Ervin back on 1-year deal
- Jimmy Graham still believes he’s a difference-maker — and looks to prove it to Packers with rival Bears
- Refreshing the NCAA eligibility for spring athletes could be complicated, costly
- Big Ten adds 4 weeks to suspension of organized team activities
- Owners, players agree on stipulations for truncated 2020 baseball season amid COVID-19 pandemic
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