Day: April 18, 2020

City of Tullahoma Extends Modified Operations Until Sunday May 3

City Administrator, Jennifer Moody, announced today that City Hall will now be closed to the public for the safety of employees and the public during the COVID-19 pandemic through Sunday, May 3, 2020. All services performed at City Hall will continue online or by phone. “In light of Governor Lee’s extended order requiring Tennesseans to …

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Coronavirus Confirmed Cases and Deaths Continue to Go Up

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Saturday, April 18. The update brings the total number of positive cases in the state to 6,762. The state reported three additional deaths to bring the total up to 145. Out of the confirmed positive cases, 3,234 have recovered, which calculates to 3,528 active cases. The …

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Walmart Workers Required to Wear Face Coverings

Walmart announced that employees will be required to wear masks or other face coverings at work as a part of their response to COVID-19. On Saturday, Walmart officials said that employees working in stores, clubs, distribution and fulfillment centers, as well as in our corporate offices will all be required to wear masks and that customers and members …

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Motlow College Receives Nearly $1 Million Grant

Motlow State and its partners have been awarded a state grant for $949,410 through the Governor’s Investment in Vocational Education (GIVE) program for a Teaching Innovative Learning Technologies (TILT) project. The project reflects Motlow’s commitment to continue building pathways between secondary and postsecondary education. The Motlow GIVE-TILT project, estimated to impact 300 students over the …

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BBB Warns Adults about Posting Their Senior Class Pics on Social Media in Support of 2020 Grads

People are posting their old senior portraits on social media to support the class of 2020, because many students are missing out on the formative last year of high school due to the coronavirus. The online trend seems harmless and fun, but the Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning the public to think twice before …

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