Day: April 4, 2020

5 Confirmed Cases of Covid-19 in Coffee County

Coffee County Emergency Management has received notification from the Tennessee Department of Health that Coffee County now has 5 confirmed Covid-19 cases. Coffee County Emergency Management does not have any information beyond this. Due to HIPAA regulations it is only the responsibility of the Tennessee Department of Health to notify the county that a resident …

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First Case of Coronavirus Confirmed at Arnold AFB

An Arnold AFB team member is being treated and evaluated by health care professionals following the first confirmed case of COVID-19 at the base. Because of this, Arnold AFB Services has closed many services and shutdown access to several activity locations. See the picture adjacent to this story at ontargetnews.com

Covid-19 Cases and Deaths from the Virus Continues to Go Up

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Saturday. The update brings the total number of people infected in the state to 3,321. The state’s health department also confirmed 43 total deaths. See a list of county by county numbers in the picture above this story.

Mayor Lane Curlee Issues Important Information to the Citizens of Tullahoma

Hopefully, everyone is aware Governor Lee has issued Executive Orders 22 and 23 which affect every resident and business in Tullahoma and the state. The current COVID-19 pandemic is impacting everyone now. Everyone needs to do their part to help return our community to normal. This includes staying at home. Executive Order #22 states all …

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New Schedule for Coffee County School’s Nutrition Program

During this unprecedented time our school nutrition team has worked feverishly to ensure children have access to nutritious meals, serving thousands of meals in the past three weeks. Beginning next week, operational changes to our drive thru program will be as follows: *Open: Mondays Only – 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM *Location: Coffee County Raider …

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Statement from Tennova Healthcare – Harton CEO Rich Ellis:

“The Doctors and Staff at Tennova Healthcare Harton continue to provide medical care for our citizens while we also prepare to take care of any patients who may develop symptoms of Coronavirus. We continue to provide screening for patients who meet the CDC guidelines for testing and thus far, we have no patients who have …

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Tullahoma Police Seek Voluntary Compliance with Stay at Home Order

Tullahoma Police will work to ensure citizen compliance with Mayor Curlee’s Stay at Home Order and the Governor’s 04/02/2020 Executive Order requiring citizens to stay at home except for when engaging in the essential activities or services defined by the orders. TPD is counting on our citizens for voluntary compliance. When a business or individual …

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