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Vehicles lined The Venue at Lenoir City for a few hours Sunday as Rotarians and local medical staff worked to provide residents COVID-19 vacci…

Lenoir City Board of Education discussed Thursday granting all license and non-certified employees a one-time bonus.

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Hundreds of local educators received their first COVID-19 shot Saturday at Loudon Municipal Park.

The Tennessee Department of Health is putting a COVID-19 vaccination focus on rural and underserved areas through a partnership with pharmacie…

Although coronavirus sent educators and students into a tailspin in March, some positive impacts of the pandemic include new learning resource…

Chris Brittain, Lenoir City High School athletic director, brought before Lenoir City Board of Education on Thursday the possibility of livest…

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With a new semester underway, educators at Loudon County and Lenoir City schools are preparing for a great start to the spring.

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Loudon County Habitat for Humanity dealt with various pandemic challenges in 2020 but still provided help to families.

With travel and family gatherings over the holidays, Loudon County health officials are urging residents to take precautions to help protect a…

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Regional Covenant Health facilities, including Fort Loudoun Medical Center, received the first shipments of the new Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 v…

After shutting down earlier in the year due to COVID-19, some local churches have dealt with transitioning to fully virtual or outdoor service…

After losing their lead pastor to coronavirus earlier this year, Sixth Avenue Church of God in Lenoir City has settled in with new senior past…

Some Loudon County senior centers are working hard to ensure residents enjoy holiday spirit despite coronavirus concerns keeping many of them …

Lenoir City High School has moved to virtual learning for the week due to COVID-19 concerns and plans to return to campus Monday.

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Some Loudon County families this year saw drastic changes in Thanksgiving plans due to coronavirus concerns but made something good in the chaos.

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Residents across the state were offered a chance to “Fight the Flu” last week through an effort provided by the Tennessee Department of Health.

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With the largest retail event of the year looming this week, small business owners in Loudon County are preparing for what could be a few make…

A decision earlier this month by the Tennessee Board of Education allows some flexibility on weighting end-of-course exams during a pandemic.

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