Day: July 22, 2020

Chick-fil-A and the United Way of Hwy 55 team up for a Supply Donation to Tullahoma City Schools

Tullahoma Chick-fil-A Owner/Operator Joseph Seabolt and Executive Marketing Director Kelleye Watts came to Ashley Abraham, Executive Director of United Way of Highway 55, and Pam Bussell-First Christian Church, The Salvation Army, and Second Harvest Food Bank Representative to discuss a generous donation that they wanted to carefully distribute to an area of need in our …

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Student Registration information for Traditional and Virtual Learning in the Manchester School System

In order to accommodate the needs of our families and to limit the number of adults entering the buildings, Manchester City Schools will operate on a modified schedule August 3, 2020.  Registration will be held on a staggered schedule, with traditional students (attending in person) registering in the morning and virtual students (attending online) registering …

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Billie Jo Nunley

TULLAHOMA – Mrs. Billie Jo Nunley, age 76, of Tullahoma, TN passed away on July 20, 2020 at Tennova Healthcare-Harton surrounded by her family. Billie worked as a seamstress for 30 years at Worth, Inc. Billie is preceded in death by her parents, William and Sarah Riddle and husband, Jimmy Nunley. She is survived by …

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Manchester VFW says Thank You to Manchester Police

Members of the Manchester, Tennessee Veterans of Foreign Wars All-American Post 10904 Auxiliary demonstrated the Post’s support for our law enforcement professionals Friday, July 17. VFW Auxiliary members pooled their money together to buy and deliver five dozen donuts to the Manchester Police Department. The VFW Auxiliary gave the Department a sign and included a …

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Updated COVID-19 Numbers for the State and Local Area

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Wednesday, July 22. The health department reported 2,473 new cases, bringing the state to 84,417 total cases. TDH also confirmed 17 additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 888 total deaths. Out of the confirmed positive cases, 49,748 have recovered, an increase …

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Details of TSSAA Board of Control meeting July 22

In a called meeting of the Board of Control of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association July 22, 2020, at Siegel High School in Murfreesboro, the body considered several COVID-19 related items on their agenda. With 100% of voting members present chaired by Principal Mike Reed, the Board passed unanimously these items: Whether or not …

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