Month: May 2020

Parade of Graduates will take the place of Graduation for Coffee County High School Seniors on May 22

Coffee County Schools has carefully considered multiple options for the 2020 graduation ceremony.  Concern that social restrictions will not relax enough to allow a traditional graduation ceremony later in the summer has been a major consideration. The first graduation option was alternative dates later in the summer, which the district has already advertised.  Decreasing opportunities for participation, …

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Some Republican Leaders Send Concerned Letter to Gov. Lee about Post-Apocalyptic Worries.

Citing “post-apocalypse” scenes in their community, members of the Republican party for eight Middle Tennessee counties are urging Gov. Bill Lee to take steps to full reopen the economy. A Coailition letter from Republican organizations across Maury, Lawrence, Giles, Marshall, Lincoln, Coffee, Perry and Wayne counties submitted a letter to Gov. Lee on Monday with …

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Covid-19 Cases Grow Again in Tennessee

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Tuesday, May 5. The confirmed COVID-19 case count for Tennessee is now 13,624 as of May 5, 2020, including 226 deaths, 1,156 hospitalizations and 6,356 recovered. Currently Tennessee has 7,042 active cases. *Bedford County: 3 died; 201 confirmed cases; 71 recovered; 1,543 negative tests …

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Important Information for All Coffee County Students and Parents

CCHS Coffee County High School students, these are your designated times to return textbooks, pay owes, and pick up report cards. Please make every effort to be at school during your assigned time and remember to practice social distancing. Coffee County Schools Elementary End of 2020 School Year Schedule. In an effort to close the …

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Tullahoma Little League Cancels 2020 Season

COVID-19 has taken down a new victim, this time it is the Tullahoma Little League. Officials announced that its spring 2020 season has been canceled. Little League International announced that they were cancelling all region tournaments and the Little League World Series. They first said the season would not begin until early April and then …

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Storm Damages Properties in Coffee County

A powerful ripped its way through southern middle Tennessee late Sunday afternoon. The storm uprooted trees that tore down electric lines and did damage to several homes, businesses, and other types of buildings. The severe storm left a total of 19,000 Duck River Electric Membership members without electricity from Columbia to Manchester to Sewanee. High …

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Upward Climb of Covid-19 Cases Continues

The confirmed COVID-19 case count for Tennessee is now 13,502 as of May 4, 2020, including 219 deaths, 1,143 hospitalizations and 6,081 recovered. Currently Tennessee has 7,202 active cases. 211,443 total tests have been performed across the state. *Bedford County: 3 died; 200 confirmed cases; 64 recovered; 1,531 negative tests *Coffee County: 0 died: 44 …

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New Principal at Manchester’s Westwood Elementary

The Manchester City School District is pleased to announce Rebecca Welch as principal for the 2020 – 2021 school year at Westwood Elementary School. Welch served as the assistant principal during the 2019-2020 school year and replaces Melissa Glenn who will retire in June, 2020. Welch earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Murray …

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