Mid-East Community Action Agency senior services and Roane County Health Department are teaming up to present “Living Well with Chronic Disease,” a free six-week program designed to help participants manage their health by providing tools to cope with chronic disease symptoms and take control.
The program, which will take place in the Mid-East services center at 1362 N. Gateway Ave., Rockwood, is geared toward those with such conditions as arthritis, asthma, chronic pain, COPD, depression or diabetes.
25 Years Ago
For the first time in its history, the University of Tennessee has adopted a single logotype for uniform use by all campuses and units. The logo graphically represents the letters “UT” and the outline of the state of Tennessee to visually emphasize the link between the university and the entire state.
Three area rescue groups now have help in protecting dogs against canine influenza virus, a highly contagious disease that spreads easily from dog to dog, especially those in close proximity.
East Tennessee Pit Bull Rescue of Harriman, Roane County Humane Society’s Shelter Rescue Team and Tennessee Pekingese Rescue of Oakdale received grants for the vaccines as part of a Petfinder.com Foundation program to build community immunity against this respiratory infection.