Day: July 21, 2020

New Countywide COVID-19 Testing Site to Open in Manchester

The former Southern Family Market in Manchester is just about ready to reopen, but not as a business. According to Coffee County EMA Director Allen Lendley, will soon be used as the Coffee County Health Department location for COVID-19 testing. Currently COVID-19 testing through the health department is done in Tullahoma 8 AM-11 AM and …

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All COVID-19 Numbers on the Rise in Tennessee

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Tuesday, July 21. The health department reported 2,190 new cases, bringing the state to 81,944 total cases. TDH also confirmed 24 additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 871 total deaths. Out of the confirmed positive cases, 47,852 have recovered. Currently Tennessee has …

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Masks Required at All MTSU Buildings

Middle Tennessee State University will require masks to be worn on campus this fall. Students, faculty, staff and visitors all must wear face coverings and stay socially distant while inside any of the university’s indoor public settings. MTSU plans to reopen for the fall semester with a modified level of in-person classes and a reduced …

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Two Area Students Earn NAS Scholarships

Two area high school students have been announced as 2020 recipients of the Bechtel Global Scholars Program. Both are children of National Aerospace Solutions, LLC (NAS) employees at Arnold Air Force Base. Each student will receive a $3,000 scholarship from Bechtel Group Foundation. Emilee Roberson is the daughter of Robin Cashion, Engineering Technician with the …

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