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New NCTC President & CEO to Take Over Position May 18th PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Newly elected North Central Telephone Cooperative president and CEO Nancy Johnson White, the former CEO of Cerion Optimization Services, Inc., in Frisco, Texas, will take over the position on Monday, May 18th.
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Community Celebrates Hospital Week PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, May 12, 2009

When we are sick, we naturally want the very best health care available. Here in Middle Tennessee we are blessed by the close proximity of many fine healing institutions, hospitals large and small, staffed with physicians and specialists of regional and even national reputation.

But is bigger always better when it comes to choosing a health care provider? Here in Lafayette, Macon County General Hospital is proving that a modern 25 bed, not for profit critical access hospital can deliver excellent state-of-the-art care for our growing community. Macon County General Hospital has received national 5 star awards for patient satisfaction in ambulatory surgery, inpatient services, and exceeding patient expectations.

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Valedictorians & Salutatorians Honored at Luncheon Hosted by Citizens Bank & Macon County Chronicle PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
 
Election Commission Certifies RBS Election Results PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
According to the official election results released by the Macon County Election Commission on Monday, May 4th, electing a city mayor and three city council members in the Red Boiling Springs City Election held Saturday, April 25th, incumbent Kenneth Hollis carried the majority of the votes with 266, with Ray Bilbrey tallying 111, and write-in candidate Mike Silvio received four.
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Case of Novel H1N1 Virus Confirmed in Tennessee PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Health has received notification from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that the initial case of the novel H1N1 virus identified in the state has been confirmed positive. The initial case was identified by the department in Williamson County on April 29.
 Starting this week, the state public health lab will be able to confirm cases of the virus for the state with the use of flu kits provided by federal officials.  
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