As you read this, I hope, despite the difficulties encountered in adhering to safe at home and social distancing measures, you’re heeding the medical experts’ advice and are taking steps to limit potential exposure to COVID-19.
With Loudon County and Lenoir City schools heeding Gov. Bill Lee’s guidance in suspending classes through April 24, educators are ironing out plans for the remainder of the spring semester.
A story published in the March 25 edition of the News-Herald, “County, cities a united front,” contained an error. Loudon Fire Department continues to respond to lift assist calls.
A petition against Loudon County Commissioner Julia Hurley was filed Thursday in Loudon County Chancery Court by 9th Judicial District Attorney General Russell Johnson in an effort to end a months-long dispute over her residency.
After being dispatched to a hit and run accident Sunday in Lenoir City, Loudon County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Keith Swinney arrested a Lenoir City woman on various charges.
Patients and families of patients at Fort Loudoun Medical Center and other regional Covenant Health facilities are now experiencing “unwanted changes” in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 has pushed churches all over Loudon County to shut their doors to the public, but many leaders are doing what they can to keep the spirit alive in their congregations in a time where face-to-face interactions are limited.
Nine Lenoir City High School students took home first-, second- and third-place titles recently during the 19th annual East Tennessee History Day regional competition at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
With the cut of a ribbon, River Grove Health and Rehabilitation Center representatives showcased to the community $1.5 million in upgrades to the Loudon facility.
The Tennessee Department of Health east regional office has launched an informational line for residents and health care providers to call with questions or concerns about COVID-19.
Matlock Bend Landfill operator Santek Waste Services has reported continuation of good behaviors to stay in the good graces of Loudon County Solid Waste Disposal Commission.
Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day is nationally recognized by many STEM-related organizations and agencies in order to promote the presence of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers.
With students out of the classroom at least through April 3, educators from both school districts have worked to provide meals so students don’t go without during this unexpected break.
The peas are in the ground. That statement should have exclamation points after it and stars surrounding it. Getting the first furrows dug in the garden and dropping shriveled peas into the good black earth marks the beginning of another year of gardening.
Gospel hymns carried through Old Time Gospel Baptist Church’s sanctuary Friday as members finished a weeklong revival that the Rev. Junior Ward hopes got them ready to continue serving the Lord.
Amberlee Zeller of Lenoir City was recently named to the Reinhardt University dean’s list for the fall semester. To be eligible, a student must take at least 12 hours and have a grade-point average of 3.5-3.99, with no grade less than a B.
Jen McMahon, CEO and co-founder of Century Harvest Farms Foundation, never thought she would end up in rural East Tennessee, but always knew she was meant to help people.