High School Football Vs. COVID

1 year ago Triangle 0
Written by: Morgan Clark, staff writer DAYTON, Tenn. — Gov. Bill Lee gave the green light on Jul. 31, and high school football has forged ahead in Tennessee.  However, the environment is drastically different from the typical Friday night lights. COVID procedures have been installed to protect players and spectators alike. High schools in Tenn. Read More

IHME predicts state of Tennessee will significantly flatten COVID-19 curve in April

2 years ago Triangle 0
Written by: Samantha Burgess, editor-in-chief CHATTANOOGA,Tenn—New predictions from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) reveal that Tennessee will be able to greatly flatten the curve of COVID-19 in the next few weeks thanks to the stay-at-home order and other precautions taken by Governor Lee.  Previous predictions from the IHME suggested that there would Read More

Bryan College classes to move online for week following spring break

2 years ago Triangle 0
Written by: Mathaüs Schwarzen, staff writer DAYTON, Tenn.—Bryan College announced on March 12 that classes for the week after spring break will take place in the form of online instruction, with the following weeks pending developments on the COVID-19 outbreak. Classes are planned to resume as normal March 30. Dean of Students Bruce Morgan has Read More

Sexton sworn in as new Tennessee speaker of the house

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Written by: Jake Love, staff writer NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Rep. Cameron Sexton, R-Crossville, was sworn in as the new Tennessee speaker of the house on Friday August 23, after former speaker Glen Casada, R-Franklin, resigned amid controversy.  Casada was involved in controversy after reports promulgated his alleged involvement in sending sexually explicit, misogynistic and racist Read More