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COVID-19 testing available May 2 at Civic Center

The Tennessee Dept. of Health – West TN. Region will offer a local drive-through event this weekend to makeCOVID-19 testing available to residents who are concerned about their health and of their...

ZLine donates M95 masks locally

Since the start of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, medical grade masks – particularly M95 masks – havebeen a commodity that’s been widely sought after but hard to find.But ZLine Kitchen and Bath,...

Huntingdon man prints 3D face shields for medical staff

From his bedroom study at this residence in Huntingdon, Dan Shear, 50, does his part to create potentially life-saving equipment for the local medical community and individuals during the coronavirus pandemic.

News-Leader to Salute Front Line Heroes

The staff at the Carroll County News-Leader has decided to honor those serving on the front lines during the coronavirus pandemic. Healthcare providers, grocery store workers, delivery drivers,...

Groceries now delivered to Huntingdon residents

The Huntingdon Police Department is now partnering with Cash Saver Supermarket in Huntingdon to make sure that people in town can still receive groceries and essential items if they are unable to travel...

First COVID-19 Death Confirmed in Carroll Co.

Carroll County has had its first death related to the novel coronavirus, according to Carroll County Mayor Joseph Butler. Butler said on Monday that he was notified by the...

Local Schools Working on Graduation Plans

Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2019-20 school year is pretty much over for public school students across the state, per Governor Bill Lee’s official recommendation last week. But...

Huntingdon man, cousin back at work after bout with COVID-19

A Huntingdon man who experienced a bout with COVID-19 is back at work and out of quarantine, even thoughhe says his energy level still has a way to go before being normal.The...

Remote testing site now active in Huntingdon

Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County will offer drive-up testing for coronavirus (COVID-19) at the Carroll County Complex (625 High Street) on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8 a.m. to noon.

Carroll Co. commissioners to meet via Zoom

Due to the coronavirus pandemic and the need for social distancing, the Carroll County Legislative Body will be attempting its first ever video conference meeting on Monday, April 13.
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