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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — Tennessee Department of Health Commissioner, Dr. Lisa Piercey, spoke with WATE 6 On Your Side on Thursday about the rising case count, hospital capacity and best practices for slowing the spread of COVID-19 in the state. The state’s top doctor believes looking at case totals, alone,Continue Reading

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A. Marshall Hospitality’s Southern eatery & live music venue Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant announced the relaunch of its music program. For the first time since the pandemic began, Puckett’s welcomed back songwriters beginning Friday, June 19 at their Nashville, Franklin and Columbia locations. Songwriter performances have become a hallmark ofContinue Reading

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Local brewery Bad Idea Brewing Company will begin to return to normal this weekend as the Executive order on bars expires. This means that the facility will be able to serve customers on site as well as rebuild the fun atmosphere that has made the business so successful. Owner KassiContinue Reading

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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump was in good spirits as he met Monday with the restaurant executives at the White House, noting that financial markets were up as states continued to loosen economic restrictions on businesses and following Moderna Inc.’s announcement of encouraging news in early work on vaccineContinue Reading

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Former Overton High School star Mookie Betts is used to coming through in the clutch, but Wednesday he took it to another level in Nashville, picking up the tab for several shoppers at a local Kroger store. The Dodgers outfielder surprised the customers in the Boredeaux community by paying forContinue Reading

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Columbia State Community College hosted One Generation Away’s mobile food pantry Saturday, May 2 which distributed an estimated 33,000 pounds of food to more than 400 families.   Chris Whitney, founder and director of One Generation Away, reached out to Columbia State to see if there was an opportunity toContinue Reading

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Two customers shot two McDonald’s employees in Oklahoma City Wednesday after they were told to leave the store’s dining area, police say. The suspects got angry and took out a gun when they were asked to leave due to coronavirus restrictions that were in place according to Oklahoma City PoliceContinue Reading