Coronavirus concerns: Schools work to meet needs

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Casino closing; 3 local tests negative for virus

  • Ranger Elementary/Middle School cafeteria employee Dianne Benson hands both a breakfast and lunch to Gage Ledford on Monday morning. Cafeteria manager Lisa Wood said her staff prepared an initial 182 bags of breakfast and lunch each, and will continue preparing bags throughout the morning to serve families that stopped by the school to pick up the meals for school-age children. The school typically feeds about 265 students daily. Photo by Samantha Sinclair
    Ranger Elementary/Middle School cafeteria employee Dianne Benson hands both a breakfast and lunch to Gage Ledford on Monday morning. Cafeteria manager Lisa Wood said her staff prepared an initial 182 bags of breakfast and lunch each, and will continue preparing bags throughout the morning to serve families that stopped by the school to pick up the meals for school-age children. The school typically feeds about 265 students daily. Photo by Samantha Sinclair
  Murphy -The coronavirus, or COVID-19, may have not reached Cherokee County yet, but the community is already feeling the effects of the disease.     On Monday, Harrah’s Cherokee Casinos announced…

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