Month: July 2020

Hybrid Plan for Coffee County and Manchester City Schools Announced

Coffee County Schools and Manchester City Schools are working closely together to address potential changes to school procedures. This collaboration is of particular importance because of the families that have children attending schools in both districts. According to the “Pathway to Re-Entry 2020-2021” that was released as a guiding document, the districts would prepare a hybrid …

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Tennessee Health Department Releases Latest COVID-19 Numbers

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases and deaths related to COVID-19 across the state on Thursday, July 30. The health department reported 2,049 new cases, bringing the state to 102,871 total cases, a 2% day-to-day increase since Wednesday. Of the total cases, 101,728 are confirmed and 1,143 are probable. Tennessee’s seven-day new cases average …

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Coffee Co. EMS Worker Confirmed with COVID-19 and Warren Co. Clerk’s Office Closes Due to Coronavirus

It has been confirmed that an employee with Coffee County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) has tested positive for COVID-19. All current EMS employees are having their temperature checked twice a day. In McMinnville, Warren Co. County Court Clerk Lesa Scott said in a memo released that the county clerk’s office is closed until further notice …

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Jacquelyn Noschese

MANCHESTER – Ms. Jacquelyn Noschese, age 77, of Manchester, passed from this life surrounded by her loving family on Friday, July 24, 2020, at her residence. Jacquelyn was born on April 25, 1943, the daughter of the late Leroy and Margaretha Hartman. She worked for First Vision Bank before her retirement. Jacquelyn loved to knit, take …

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