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Today In The Upper Cumberland: COVID-19 Answers

Cookeville Regional Medical Center’s Dr. Pierce answers your COVID-19 questions. In a world full of misinformation and rumors, we try to bring you some answers. COVID-19 – Dr. Mark Pierce, Infectious Disease Specialist at Cookeville Regional Medical Center, joins us this week to answer questions from the community regarding the Coronavirus. Today In The Upper Cumberland airs each weekend as ... Read More »

Trending: Tennessee General Assembly & COVID-19

Senator Paul Bailey discusses the General Assembly’s recess, and the Coronavirus Content hosted by iono.fm This week, host Ben Rodgers is joined by State Senator Paul Bailey. They discuss the state legislature, and the General Assembly’s recess. They also discuss COVID-19 – how city and county governments are moving forward during the pandemic, and the steps they are taking to ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: FEMA-SBA

Learn more about what disaster relief is available for the Putnam Co tornadoes. This is the Hyder-Burks Pavilion – the disaster relief center for Putnam County. Yard signs pointing residents to state agencies, to FEMA. While this weekend our community’s focus has turned to the Coronavirus, we want to make sure that every victim of the tornado understands what services ... Read More »

Trending: Putnam County Coronavirus & Tornado Relief Updates

Putnam County Mayor Randy Porter offers updates on Coronavirus & tornado relief. Content hosted by iono.fm A lot has transpired in Putnam County over the course of the past several weeks. This week, host Ben Rodgers is joined by Putnam County Mayor Randy Porter to offer updates on what’s been going on in Putnam County. They discuss the county’s response ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Coronavirus

CRMC’s Dr. Mark Pierce discusses precautionary measures against the coronavirus. Our community has spent the better part of two weeks with uncertainty. The cleanup continues from last week’s F4 tornado. In the meantime, a coronavirus pandemic has caused many to worry, and a change to typical March life around our region. We begin with COVID-19. What do we know? What ... Read More »