Tuesday, April 7, 2020

COVID-19: CRMC furloughs 400 employees

COOKEVILLE - Cookeville Regional Medical Center (CRMC) has temporarily reduced staffing...

COVID-19: Signature responds in face of crisis

ALGOOD – When faced with a nearly incomprehensible situation of 44 residents...

Twin Lakes awarded $1.4 million Crawford broadband grant

GAINESBORO – Twin Lakes will receive more than $1.4 million for broadband internet access...

Business Talk: Quotes from our region

“It’s a case study — a case study of what should be done...

COVID-19: Progress across the UC, state

UPPER CUMBERLAND – UCBJ is closely following the spread of COID-19 and has compiled...

COVID-19: UC breaks 100 cases, Putnam has 50

NASHVILLE – The latest numbers from the Tennessee Department of Health...

Lee, Rolfe announce $3.4 million in broadband grants for U.C.

$19.7 million will fund 17 grants serving 31,000 Tennesseans across 21 countiesTNECD has...

COVID-19: Cookeville Council to meet via teleconference

COOKEVILLE – In an effort to encourage social distancing, the Cookeville...

COVID-19: Clay has first case, region increases 26% overnight

NASHVILLE – The latest numbers from the Tennessee Department of Health...

COVID-19: CRMG urges patients to try telemedicine amid concerns

COOKEVILLE – Patients of the Cookeville Regional Medical Group (CRMG) offices...

COVID-19: Cumberland Medical Center policies updated

CROSSVILLE - As a member of Covenant Health, Cumberland Medical Center (CMC) continues to follow the guidelines...

UCBJ Lists: Putnam County’s top residential transactions in February 2020

PUTNAM COUNTY – These are the most expensive homes sold in Putnam County in...

COVID-19: Putnam ahead of state in percentage testing positive, region trails

NASHVILLE – As the Tennessee Department of Health (TDOH) released the...

TORNADO RELIEF: FEMA calls may come from unidentified numbers

NASHVILLE – FEMA is calling some residents of Davidson, Putnam and Wilson counties to...

COVID-19: Smith adds first case, 28 cases confirmed

COOKEVILLE – The newest numbers released by the Tennessee Department of...

Progress of COVID-19 in the UC

UPPER CUMBERLAND - UCBJ has compiled a chart showing the growth of the...

Tech ITS gearing up for telecommuting, online instruction

COOKEVILLE - With classes at Tennessee Tech set to go online Monday and most...

COVID-19: Testing available across the UC

National Guard members suit up prior to testing patients...

AAA Wholesale Trophies lost to fire

COOKEVILLE – AAA Wholesale Trophies, located on Mine Lick Creek Road,...

COVID-19: Disease spreads across the UC, 23 cases confirmed

COOKEVILLE – The newest numbers released by the Tennessee Department of...

TORNADO RELIEF: Smith County eligible for FEMA Public Assistance

Benton and Carroll counties also eligible NASHVILLE – Federal assistance has...

COVID-19: Tennessee Tech commencement postponed

COOKEVILLE – Tennessee Tech President Phil Oldham Tuesday announced that the...

COVID-19: Clay County government offices closed to public

CELINA – Clay County Mayor Dale Reagan announced that in order to protect the...

COVID-19: Overton case confirmed, UC total up to 13

COOKEVILLE – Overton County now has its first confirmed case of...

COVID-19: Lee extends tax deadline, encourages extending school closure

NASHVILLE – Gov. Bill Lee announced today that the state was...

Tennessee Tech responding to call to fight COVID-19 with 3-D printing

COOKEVILLE - Tennessee Higher Education Commission and Gov. Bill Lee have a goal to...

COVID-19: DeKalb has first positive test, 9 positive cases in UC

COOKEVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Health announced today that DeKalb...

COVID-19: Cumberland records first known case in UC

CROSSVILLE – Thursday, the state of Tennessee notified the Cumberland County Health Department of...

COVID-19: A local hospital’s perspective on the virus

COOKEVILLE – At a time when our nation faces massive uncertainty...

COVID-19: Leisure Services offering online program options

COOKEVILLE – Cane Creek Recreation Center’s doors are temporarily closed, but the fun must...