Various local leaders gathered Thursday at the Loudon County 911 center to get an update on the COVID-19 pandemic and give insight on how the …

Various local leaders gathered Thursday at the Loudon County 911 center to get an update on the COVID-19 pandemic and give insight on how the …

Just weeks after active COVID-19 cases were at single digits in Loudon County, the number ballooned to 141 Monday.

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With help from recently certified health ambassador Vicki Cowell, the local University of Tennessee Extension office hopes to make Loudon Coun…

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For the first time in about a year, Loudon County’s active COVID-19 cases are hovering in single digits.

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Fort Loudoun Medical Center, in coordination with the Loudon County Health Department and the Loudon County Health Improvement Council, has re…

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Health experts are urging residents to wear masks even if they have been vaccinated or see a decrease in active cases.

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Eight students from Lenoir City and Loudon high schools have qualified for the Tennessee HOSA-Future Health Professionals competition.

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

Matt Guldan, owner of Summit Sports Training Center, and staff are helping to build positive character traits for children through the local g…

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…

State Rep. Lowell Russell, R-Vonore, center right, presents Loudon County Health Department Director Teresa Harrill a proclamation for her wor…

With flu season near and the coronavirus prevalent, area health care experts are urging residents to take preventative measures to stay health…

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With no definitive end to the COVID-19 pandemic on the horizon, local officials urge continued caution.

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