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Today In The Upper Cumberland: COVID Health

Explore the risk of reopening the economy with Dr. Brent Staton and Dr. Ty Webb. The calendar turns to May, and the COVID-19 fight turns to getting the economy back to some form of normalcy. It’s not going to be easy. We explore some of the risk of reopening the economy, and the things that all of us need to ... Read More »

Trending: Overton County Executive & COVID-19

This week, County Executive Ben Danner talks COVID-19’s impact on Overton County Content hosted by iono.fm This week, host Ben Rodgers is joined by Overton County Executive Ben Danner. He provides an update on the operations in Overton County as they adapt to changes brought on by COVID-19, as well as discussing the county’s budget outlook for the 2021 fiscal ... Read More »

The Scene: Haven’s Wardenclyffe

Find out how Haven brings his imagination to life through his custom woodworking Content hosted by iono.fm Join host Emily Newman as she sits down with Haven of Haven’s Wardenclyffe. They discuss his custom woodworking, and how he brings his imagination to life through his work. Tennessee Tech student Jesse Filoteo of Filoteo Illustrations discusses his design process, and the ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: COVID Medicine

This week improve your knowledge of COVID-19 with Dr. Brent Staton & Dr. Ty Webb The next phase of our fight against COVID-19 is set to begin. A gradual reopening of the Tennessee economy – Monday with restaurants, Wednesday with retail establishments. Governor Bill Lee emphasized Friday the economic benefits of reopening the economy, but he quickly pointed out if ... Read More »

Trending: Cumberland County Mayor & COVID-19

This week, Mayor Allen Foster discusses COVID-19’s impact on Cumberland County. Content hosted by iono.fm This week, host Ben Rodgers is joined by Cumberland County Mayor Allen Foster. They discuss how COVID-19 is impacting Cumberland County and their operations, the introduction of new technology to assist county government, and the adjustments that the county has made to continue to function ... Read More »

The Scene: Carol Ludgate Art

Learn more about Carol Ludgate’s abstract acrylic pieces this week on The Scene. Content hosted by iono.fm Join host Emily Newman as she sits down with Carol Ludgate of Carol Ludgate Art. Learn more about her figurative and abstract acrylic pieces, and where she got her start in the arts. Find out more about Kathy Reed’s semiprecious gemstone jewelry, and ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: COVID-19 & Domestic Violence

Genesis House’s Denise Dillon discusses the recent increase in domestic violence Disturbing news this week amidst our fight against COVID-19. The number of domestic violence cases across the Upper Cumberland have doubled since the outbreak began. Denise Dillon is program director for Genesis House. She sat down with our Marcia Lee to talk about the plight of so many women ... Read More »

Trending: Putnam County Assessor of Property & COVID-19

Putnam County Assessor of Property Steve Pierce discusses the impact of COVID-19 Content hosted by iono.fm This week, host Ben Rodgers is joined by Putnam County Assessor of Property Steve Pierce. They discuss how COVID-19 has affected the functions of the office and employees in the Property Assessor department, including Governor Lee’s extended stay at home order through April 30. ... Read More »

The Scene: Raw Artt

Learn more about Raw Artt’s Raven Williamson and the tools she uses for her art. Content hosted by iono.fm Join host Emily Newman as she sits down with Raven Williamson of Raw Artt. They discuss her digital and painted art, and the tools that she uses for each medium, as well as how she got started creating art. Find out ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Legal Aid Society Of Tennessee

Attorney Marla Williams discusses legal complications in light of recent events. It goes without saying, we’re all being faced with issues we’ve never thought about before, and many of those issues have legal complications. Enter the Legal Aid Society of Tennessee, and its Cookeville office that serves the entire Upper Cumberland. Marla Williams is the managing attorney. Today In The ... Read More »