Month: April 2020

April 30 Covid-19 Case Count for Tennessee and County by County Numbers

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Thursday, April 30. The update adds 369 cases, bringing the state’s total cases to 10,735. The department also reported four additional deaths to bring the total up to 199. Out of the confirmed positive cases, 5,338 have recovered and the state has 5,198 active cases. …

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Covid-19 Testing Sites Open this Weekend

The Tennessee Department of Health will offer 16 drive-through events across the state this weekend to make COVID-19 testing available to Tennesseans who are concerned about their health or the health of their family members. Lincoln County   Senior Citizens Center908 Washington St. West, Fayetteville Saturday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Rutherford County   McKnight …

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Estill Springs Police Releases Statement about Tullahoma Graduation Cancellation

A lot is being said about the cancellation of the Tullahoma High School graduation in Estill Springs at Montana Drive-In. Some people have blamed Estill Springs Police and/or Estill officials. The Estill Springs Police Department released more information concerning the graduation ceremony. The first time the Estill Springs Police Department was informed of any event …

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Manchester City Schools Announce the Passing of Longtime Educator and Coach

Statement from City School Officials: It is with sad and heavy hearts that we at Westwood Middle School and Manchester City Schools share news that Mr. Doug Roorda passed away in the last 24 hours. Although those are the only details we have at this time, we send our condolences to all of Mr. Roorda’s …

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TUA Helping Members during Pandemic

The Tullahoma Utilities Authority board has extended the date of no disconnections for nonpayment until May 25. No disconnections for nonpayment will be made until May 26 for utilities or LightTube. Customers who have not paid their bills or been approved for a payment plan by TUA will be subject to disconnection for non-payment. Late …

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