West Palm Beach, FL (2017-09-19) In its first month of operation, Big South Fork Medical Center’s Emergency Room has received more than 1,000 visits and the hospital admitted nearly 50 patients for overnight stays. The medical center opened on August 8, 2017, after being purchased by West Palm Beach based Rennova Health, Inc. in January. [ Read More ]
Rugby, TN (2017-09-18) Historic Rugby continues its year-long series of writer visits on Saturday, September 23, with a reading by Sam Venable, renowned regional author and humorist. The reading is free and will be at the Rebecca Johnson Theatre in Rugby at 7:00 p.m. Eastern. [ Read More ]
Were you in foster care? If so, you may still be eligible for TennCare/Medicaid. Children who have aged out of foster care may be able to get TennCare until age 26. This is included in the Affordable Care Act that started this year. [ Read More ]
Oneida, TN (2017-09-14) Wallace Linder, Roads and Trails Branch Chief of Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Obed Wild and Scenic River and Manhattan Project National Historical Park at Oak Ridge, has recently retired after a career of over 30 years working for the National Park Service. [ Read More ]
Nashville, TN (2017-09-14) Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) Commissioner Burns Phillips has announced a preliminary unemployment rate of 3.3 percent for August, declining one-tenth of a percent from the previous month. This marks an all-time low for the statewide unemployment rate and August is the seventh consecutive month Tennessee has seen a decline in the statistic. [ Read More ]
The Appalachia Habitat for Humanity ReStores in Oneida and Sunbright have furniture, appliances, clothing, household items along with other miscellaneous items for sale. The ReStores are always in need of donations for the store. All profits are used to further the building ministry of Appalachia Habitat for Humanity. For more information, call (423) 569-3229 (Oneida), (423) 628-2081 (Sunbright) or (423) 627-2507 (Office).
Oneida, TN (2017-09-14) The 25th annual “Haunting in the Hills” Storytelling Festival is scheduled for Saturday, September 16, 2017. Make plans to join thousands of folks who will come to the Bandy Creek field and enjoy the beautiful Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area for a fun-filled day of stories, music, crafts and more. Craft classes and concerts are free and open to the public. [ Read More ]