Cable TV Prices Have Climbed in 2020

Share0 SharesAT&T, Comcast, Optimum, and Spectrum customers will see higher fees, too. Here’s a gift many of us weren’t hoping for in early 2020: price hikes on TV service from

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The Worst Governor in America

Share136 SharesGretchen Whitmer imposes insane policies on Michigan. One word keeps recurring in online discussions of Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s latest orders to fight the state’s raging COVID-19 outbreak: “insanity.”

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TDH: 5,610 cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee

Share12 SharesThe Tennessee Department of Health reported 5,610 cases of COVID-19 in the state on Monday. The department also reported 109 deaths, 579 hospitalizations, and 1,671 recoveries. The following number

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Sullivan County extends safer at home order until April 20

Share79 SharesSullivan County Mayor Richard Venable issued a new disaster proclamation on Monday, extending the county’s safer at home order until April 20. According to the proclamation, the Sullivan County

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Hawkins County 2 More Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Today

Share3 Shares County Confirmed Negative Deaths Hawkins County 14 77 1 Johnson County 2 12   Scott County 3 66   Sullivan County 25 211 1 Washington County 24 320

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Domtar idling Kingsport mill for three months, laying off 300 employees

Share9 SharesA Kingsport paper production mill will be temporarily idled for three months due to the decrease of customer demand during the coronavirus outbreak. According to a statement from Domtar,

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Bronx Zoo tiger tests positive for coronavirus

Share3 SharesThe coronavirus is infecting New Yorkers of all stripes. A 4-year-old Malayan tiger at the Bronx Zoo has tested positive for the COVID-19 bug after developing a dry cough,

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WHO SELLS YOUR INFO ON THERE NEWS SITE

Share2 SharesYes folks its true, Most media outlets sell your personal browsing information to third parties. As shown on the WJHL.com web site Privacy Preference Center “You have the right

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TDH: 3,321 cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee, 2 deaths in Washington County

Share10 SharesThe Tennessee Department of Health reported 3,321 positive cases of COVID-19 in the state on Saturday. The department says there have been 43 deaths and 311 hospitalizations. 416 people

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TAKE EXTRA PRECAUTIONS

Older adults and people with serious underlying medical conditions like chronic lung disease. If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice.