On December 15th, Stewart County Mayor Robin Brandon once again took to his Facebook profile to articulate his feelings and opinions on COVID-19, Trump’s “re-election”, and “satanist Bill Gates”.
City Mayor: “County Mayor’s legal order on masks and signs is more than a suggestion”
Law enforcement agencies and building inspection departments for Montgomery County and the City of Clarksville will begin stressing that businesses must post signs requiring the public to wear face coverings.
Clarksville doctor charged with 7 counts shoplifting at Walmart; posts all cash bond
46-year-old Jyotsna Korivi was charged with 7 counts theft of merchandise – shoplifting, in connection to 7 separate incidents where Wilma Rudolph Walmart Loss Prevention reported she had skip scanned $358.78 of merchandise.
County Health Director: Montgomery County #15 on COVID-19 death Top 20
Montgomery County Director of Public Health Joey Smith confirmed via social media that Montgomery County made the list of the top twenty cities in Tennessee for COVID-19 deaths.
Mayor renews mask mandate hours after violating it
Mayor Jim Durrett disregards his own mask mandate while swearing in Wendy Davis as the interim circuit court clerk.
Pharm tech revoked after theft of 10,884 oxymorphone, oxycodone & Xanax pills worth $90k
29-year-old Amy Lynn had her pharmacy technician registration revoked by the Tennessee Board of Pharmacy for diverting 10,884 pills, including oxymorphone, oxycodone, and alprazolam. Her workplace suffered a loss of $90,000.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office confirms six positive cases of COVID-19
Scoop Media Group has received confirmation from Sandra Brandon, Public Information Officer for the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, that a total of six people have tested positive for COVID-19. Of those six, four are inmates and two are employees.
Car club’s ‘Corona Cruise’ draws large crowds, defies ‘stay-at-home’ order in Clarksville
The Clarksville Gearhead Car Club & Vet Speed Racing defied city, county, and state ‘stay-at-home’ orders Saturday and held a mass gathering, branded as a ‘Corona Cruise’. Videos & photos show approximately 60 people attended the event, which did not practice social distancing or other precautions amid the COVID19 pandemic.
WSMV confirms 6 employees on 14-day quarantine, entire station being disinfected #TomRandles
WSMV confirms to Scoop Media that 6 employees have been sent home on a 14-day quarantine after an attendee at a telethon last week tested positive for #COVID19. These six employees, including Tom Randles, may have had contact with the infected individual but are not currently showing any symptoms.
Clarksville nurse admits to diverting pain meds from over 20 patients at Nashville hospital
A newly released disciplinary report shows that Registered Nurse Jessica Rayburn has admitted to diverting narcotics while working at St. Thomas West in Nashville. Her license has been suspended for a minimum of six months.