Day: July 15, 2020

Replay of Political Forum Thursday at 6pm on 93.9 The Duck… Everyday Joe Show back on Thursday Nights at 7:30ish

Last week Rooster 101.5 conducted a political forum from the Manchester/Coffee Conference Center in conjunction with the Manchester Times and The Tullahoma News. Thursday (July 16) 93.9 The Duck will replay the event beginning at 6pm. The Everyday Joe Show will return to the Rooster at its regular time 7:30ish on Thursday night.

2 Deaths Reported at McMinnville Nursing Facility

We have another COVID-19 death to report at NHC of McMinnville where a cluster outbreak of at 37 cases have been reported. This is the second death reported this week at this facility.  22 patients tested positive for COVID and are being treated at the facility. 13 employees have tested positive. An additional three team …

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Walmart/Sam’s Club and Kroger to begin Requiring Face Coverings, Starbucks and Best Buy Now Require Masks

Get your face mask or face covering ready. If you go into any Walmart beginning Monday July 20, 2020 the retailer will require customers at all of its US stores to wear masks. Kroger stores will also require masks/face coverings beginning July 22, 2020. Starting Thursday July 16, Starbucks will require customers to wear facial coverings. Best Buy is …

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Tennessee COVID-19 Update for Wednesday July 15, 2020

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Wednesday, July 15. The health department reported 2,273 new cases, bringing the state to 69,061 total cases. TDH also confirmed 16 additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 783 total deaths. Out of the confirmed positive cases, 39,857 have recovered. Tennessee currently …

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Report: AdvisorSmith Ranks Safest Cities and Communities in Tennessee

In this analysis, AdvisorSmith examined the safest cities and communities in the state of Tennessee, using the most recent data from the FBI. This data set was released in the fall of 2019 and contains information about crimes reported in 2018. Crimes reported in this data set include property crime such as burglary, larceny, and …

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Franklin County School Board considers Rebel name change

At the July 13, 2020, regular meeting of the Franklin County School Board, a group of three petitioned to have the official nickname and logo for Franklin County High School changed from the “Rebels” theme associated with the teams and school for decades. Ms. Chris Colane was one of three who requested the Rebels logo …

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SOME SEC SPORTS COMPETITION POSTPONED THROUGH AUGUST

– The Southeastern Conference announced Tuesday that it will postpone the start of volleyball, soccer and cross country competition through at least August 31.  The decision will provide additional time to prepare for the safe return of competition on an adjusted timeline. The delay in competition includes all exhibition and non-conference games. SEC institutions will …

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