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Do these 6 things today to boost immunity and reduce the harm of illness. Posted Mar 03, 2020   Source: Pixabay According to Psychology Today, as the coronavirus spreads, we are hearing about how to reduce exposure and take care of ourselves if we get sick. These are important tips, but we're not hearing much about how we can boost our immunity so that...
April 06, 2020  Essential, Needs-Based Retailer Announces Same-Day Delivery Option Across Entire Chain  Additional 5,000 Team Members To Be Hired To Support Operations and Increased Safety Measures in Stores BRENTWOOD, Tenn., April 06, 2020- Tractor Supply Company (NASDAQ: TSCO), the largest rural lifestyle retailer in the United States, today announced additional steps it is taking to protect the health and safety of...
We have found unity during the COVID-19 pandemic: we as human beings are all vulnerable. Ming Wang, M.D., Ph.D., is the founder of the Wang Vision Institute. https://youtu.be/D1_G10OGW3U The coronavirus outbreak has revealed how critical it is for all of us to find common ground in today’s polarized world. There has been a dramatic difference in the success of various countries in fighting this virus. In...
Grants to ease financial burden during COVID-19 fight Monday, April 06, 2020 | 10:30am NASHVILLE, Tenn. –  Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced the State of Tennessee will allocate $10 million in Small and Rural Hospital Readiness Grants to support hospitals that are facing financial strain due to the ongoing response to COVID-19. “Small and rural hospitals are critical to fighting COVID-19...
MARIAN ANDERSON 04/06/2020 In 1954, Marian Anderson became the first black singer to be hired by the Metropolitan Opera. And in 1955, she became the first black singer to have a major role in a Met production. She was 57 years old at the time.     Fifteen years earlier, and 81 years ago this week, on Easter Sunday, April 9, 1939, Anderson sang...
Our Educational Landscape is Changing by JC Bowman, Executive Director of Professional Educators of Tennessee"Whether it is acknowledged or not, public education is directly influenced by the social, economic, and political events of the times in which we live. Because of the courage, commitment, and resilience of our citizens we know we can meet any challenge. Discussions are already underway...
As the new coronavirus marches around the globe most of us are held up in self-isolation. The entire coronavirus saga is both depressing and surreal. No corner of the planet is safe from it. Businesses have shut down and millions of people have lost their jobs. Many economists foresee a downturn that could rival the Great Depression. The $2.2 trillion...
BY KATE COIL TML Communications Specialist As concern spreads over the coronavirus, state health officials are urging citizens to practice good health-conscious techniques, avoid mass gatherings, and to be prepared that things could get worse before they get better. As of March 20, 228 cases of the virus have been confirmed across the state, prompting Gov. Bill Lee to declare a state...
by Tennessee Ledger staff NASHVILLE, TENN - Nashville Mayor John Cooper spoke before an empty audience during his first State of Metro address Tuesday that he will ask for an increased property tax rate. Nashville has seen some tough times with the recent tornadoes and currently the coronavirus. https://youtu.be/vrVDPqcqtYM Mayor Cooper said that Nashville's tax-rate will remain lower than other major Tennessee...
According to The HillPBS White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor said covering President Trump is "like a team sport" where the press corps "have to have each other's back" as she addressed her latest dust-up with the president on Sunday.The comments, in an interview with MSNBC, come after Alcindor was the subject of praise from multiple journalists on social media...

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