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NASHVILLE (April 27) — According to the Tennessee Department of Health, the number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee increased over the week. Presently, there are 9,918 positive cases … more
McLEMORESVILLE — Jonah Mims, a rising sixth grader at West Carroll is helping others with “blessing boxes” of items he delivers to the homes of elderly people in the Carroll County … more
The Tennessee Department of Health announces two drive-through events this weekend to make COVID-19 testing available to residents who are concerned about their health or the health of their family … more
By Brad Sambrad@mckenziebanner.com© 2020 Tri-County Pub., Inc.McKENZIE (April 23) — After shutting down for several weeks in the early days of social distancing, one local small business … more
The Banner contacted a sampling of restaurants and retail stores concerning their plans to reopen or expand operations after Governor Lee granted permission to reopen this week.Leah’s Downtown … more
COVID-19 Cases as Sunday, April 26 NASHVILLE (April 26, 2020) The Tennessee Department of Health released the following statistics for the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic in Tennessee. These … more
Gov. Lee Issues Guidelines for Restaurants, Retail Stores to Reopen Early Next Week in 89 Counties “Tennessee Pledge” plan encourages best practices for industries, continued social … more
NASHVILLE (April 25 -26, 2020) – The Tennessee Department of Health will offer 18 drive-through events across the state this weekend to make COVID-19 testing available to Tennesseans who are concerned … more
NASHVILLE (April 23, 2020) — Tennessee Department of Health reported the first death in Carroll County related to COVID-19 on Monday. The identity and the city of residence of the person … more
Based on a recommendation from Governor Bill Lee on Wednesday, area schools will not resume the 2019-20 school year.Directors of individual school districts, along with school board members and … more
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, health care workers are on the frontlines.McKenzie Medical Center (MMC) has felt the love and support from the community in various ways over the last few weeks. MMC has … more
NASHVILLE (April 20, 2020) — Tennessee Department of Health reported the first death in Carroll County related to COVID-19.The identity and the city of residence of the person were not … more
Jackson, Tenn. (April 17) — The economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis is being felt far and wide throughout the country, and the healthcare industry is not immune. Lower volumes, closure of … more
TENNESSEE (April 19) The number of positive cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus increased in the tri-counties of Carroll, Henry and Weakley counties, according to statistics released by the Tennessee … more
You can save a life by giving blood at SAVE- A -LOT  in McKenzie, Fri. May 1, from 12-6 p.m.  We want to remind you that giving blood is considered an essential activity by health and … more
NASHVILLE (April 16, 2020) — Carroll County has 13 confirmed cases of COVID-19 (up from 10 one week earlier). Weakley County has six cases (five one week earlier) and Henry County has eight (six one week earlier). more
Huntingdon Special School District is following the Governor’s recommendation to remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. While this does not allow us time to accomplish … more
PARIS, Tenn. (April 15, 2020)– As changes continue to be announced by Federal, State, and Local governments, Henry County Medical Center continues to update its services and visitation … more
PARIS, TN – Beginning today, Henry County Medical Center and the Henry County Health Department are collaborating to ensure that anyone needing or wanting a COVID-19 test receives it in our … more
April 15, 2020  - With the Governor’s announcement of school closure for the remainder of the school year, all remaining TSSAA events for 2019-20, including all spring sports and the … more
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