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PARIS — Equipment upgrades continue at Henry County Medical Center, this time in the pharmacy with the addition of the most up-to-date equipment available. Three new automated systems are … more
NASHVILLE (July 7) — Some predict COVID-19 will end November 3, 2020 — election day. That’s an unlikely prediction with the number of cases growing each day, over 11,500,302 cases and 535,759 dead in the world in 2020. Cases are in Europe 2,809,848 (200,651 dead); Africa 382,563 (7,139 dead); Southeast Asia 974,389 (25,619 dead); Western Pacific 229,590 (7,499 dead); and the U.S. 2,932,596 cases (130,133 Americans dead) create this worldwide pandemic. more
NASHVILLE (July 6) — Some predict COVID-19 will end November 3, 2020 - election day. That’s an unlikely prediction with the number of cases growing each day and over 11,327,790 in the world in the year 2020. Cases are in Europe 2,791,160, Africa 369,928, Southeast Asia 947,519, Western Pacific 226,882, and the U.S. 5,820,840 create this worldwide pandemic. more
NASHVILLE (June 30) — According to the Tennessee Department of Health, the number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee stands at 42,297 (35,553 last Monday, with 592 deaths (531 last … more
NASHVILLE (June 24) — According to the Tennessee Department of Health, Weakley County has recorded its first COVID-19 death following a spike of 12 new cases in the last week.In Tennessee, as … more
NASHVILLE (June 22) — According to the Tennessee Department of Health, the number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee stands at 35,553, with 23,567 of those recovered and 531 died in the … more
PARIS — Henry County Healthcare Center and Plumley Rehab Center continues to navigate the daily changes related to COVID-19 policies and procedures to ensure the safety of its residents, … more
DRESDEN (June 16) - School officials were informed today a guest who attended the Dresden graduation has tested positive for COVID-19. The individual was tested on Sunday and shared the results upon … more
NASHVILLE (June 15) — According to the Tennessee Department of Health, the number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee stands at 31,160, with 20,062 of those recovered and 483 died in the … more
According to Linda Martin, Carroll County Fair Board secretary, this year’s fair is not canceled.As it stands, the fair commences September 19 with pageants. Contest entries are accepted from … more
McKenzie Memorial Library reopened Monday, June 8.The library is practicing social distancing for community safety.Only five people will be allowed into the library at a time, no more than two people … more
PARIS — Henry County Medical Center and its medical clinics returned to regular business hours as of June 1.HCMC Diagnostic Center is still operating Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 … more
PARIS — During the last week of May, Henry County Healthcare Center tested 179 residents and staff for COVID-19 as required by Governor Bill Lee and the State of Tennessee. HCHC received … more
NASHVILLE (June 1) — According to the Tennessee Department of Health, the number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee stands at 23,554, with 15,564 of those recovered and 367 died in the … more
NASHVILLE (May 25) — According to the Tennessee Department of Health, the number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee surpassed 20,000 over the weekend.As of Monday, there are 20,607 … more
All Carroll Bank and Trust lobbies reopened May 26 after a period of closure due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic. Regular business hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. … more
Executive Order No. 38Friday, May 22, Governor Bill Lee issued Executive Order No. 38, which allows groups of up to 50 people to participate in social and recreational activities while encouraging … more
 Nashville, Tenn. – Governor Bill Lee’s Economic Recovery Group issued new guidelines today for noncontact sports, camps, and higher education under the Tennessee Pledge. … more
MARTIN (May 21) — As Reelfoot Rural Ministries prepares to reopen in early June, the doctors in its dental clinic knew they needed to take additional precautionary measures to ensure the safety … more
Nashville — As Tennessee continues to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the state’s Economic Recovery Group is lifting capacity restrictions on restaurants and retail to instead focus on … more
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