The Corona TimesThe COVID-19 virus and Mitchell County, North Carolina's response to it.
The Brian Center in Spruce Pine, a nursing facility, held a parade May 14 to give residents and their families and friends a chance to see one another.
It’s been three weeks since you’ve heard from us here on The Corona Times, and it has been a busy three weeks for me, but we are getting started back with stories and images from the COVID-19 pandemic in Mitchell County.
Stories, A History of Appalachia, is a podcast that shares Appalachian history. Today, hosts Steve Gilly and Rod Mullins return for a second episode on 1918’s Spanish Flu.
Making the best of a bad situation is not unique to COVID-19. A Mitchell County couple had their wedding in the midst of the pandemic.
Rhonda Gunter talks about how celebrations and other events go on no matter the COVID-19 crisis and social distancing in today’s Corona Times.
The Corona Times - April 25, 2020The Spruce Pine Rotary Club placed the following ad in the Mitchell News-Journal to raise awareness of needs in our community during the COVID-19 pandemic and to suggest a way for residents to help.If you are receiving the...
Former Spruce Pine Presbyterian Church minister Bill Sweetser shares his thoughts about the COVID-19 pandemic in today’s post.
Local businesses have been greatly impacted by COVID-19. The Mitchell County Chamber of Commerce and Spruce Pine Main Street are working to support them.
The corona virus brought an increasing amount of food insecurity for Mitchell County residents. Several churches and nonprofits are working to meet the need.
There have been many closings and cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We note some of them in today’s post.