Austin Peay State University officials last Friday announced their decision to move all of this year’s face-to-face summer classes online or to other forms of non-face-to-face instruction.
The Soldiers assigned to the 531st Hospital Center have trained and prepared for short-notice deployment under emergency conditions. They are now ready to apply that training as the 531st HC deploys to New York City in support of medical operations in COVID-19 affected areas this week.
Austin Peay State University president Alisa White on Monday said a student who lives off-campus and a university staff member tested positive for the new coronavirus.
By Friday, April 3, the cases confirmed for COVID-19 continue to grow. Montgomery County has eclipsed the 40-case mark while the state of Tennessee has topped 3,000.
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread and stay-at-home orders made in the local area, Blood Assurance teamed up with the Clarksville Area Ministerial Association to ensure the continued adequacy of the blood supply.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee held a press conference in Knoxville on Friday after meeting with local leaders about the area’s plans to combat COVID-19. Here is a summary.
The Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools Board of Education announced the seven public high school’s valedictorians and salutatorians for the class of 2020.
Under new provisions to counter the COVID-19 pandemic, Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett and Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts implemented shelter-to-home orders, except when engaging in essential activities or essential services.
Hankook Tire temporarily shut down its Tennessee plant in Clarksville to protect the health and safety of its employees and in response to market demand impacted by the new coronavirus.
Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools officials continue to encourage students and parents to take advantage of resources made available by the district to continue learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The safer at home order told Tennesseans to stay home unless it is necessary, and it closed non-essential businesses. We need all Tennesseans if they can to stay home.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee said in a statement he will sign Executive Order 23 requiring that Tennesseans stay home unless they are carrying out essential activities as data shows an increase in citizen movement across the state.
By Wednesday, April 2, the cases confirmed for COVID-19 continue to grow. Montgomery County is nearing the 40-case mark while the state of Tennessee draws near 3,000.
The Montgomery County Clerk’s Office informed residents that expiration dates for vehicle registrations were extended for those that expire in March and April.
FORT CAMPBELL, Ky.—A soldier stationed at Fort Campbell tested positive for COVID-19, which marked the first confirmed case for the virus of a service member at the installation.