Day: July 26, 2020

New COVID-19 Testing Site Opens Monday in Coffee County

Coffee County is working with all of its local partners to be progressive in combating the COVID-19 Pandemic. We are following the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and the Tennessee Department of Health. We are sharing information as it becomes available.  Please follow trusted sources for news and information. The Coffee County Health …

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Necessary Materials for Virtual Learning at Coffee County Schools will be available Aug. 3

Students in Coffee County Schools who will be starting the school year via virtual learning will be able to pick up necessary materials at their home schools on August 3rd from 1:00pm to 3:30pm.  Instructions are available at the district’s website, www.coffeecountyschools.comPlease follow the link titled “Parent Choice Distance Learning Information for August 3rd.”

Public Service Announcement Campaign begins Urging Tennesseans to Wear a Mask

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has announced the state has launched a public service announcement campaign that urges all Tennesseans to fight against the spread of COVID-19 by wearing a mask. According to Clarksville Now Governor Bill Lee said, “Wearing a face covering when in public is a simple but effective.” “I wear a mask every …

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High School Football Continues to prepare for the Unknown Start Date

High school football teams are continuing to make preparations for the upcoming season as the TSSAA has tentatively set the opening of practice to begin on August 30 and the regular season to kick-off on September 18.  Teams will not be allowed to play in jamborees this season. Under the hybrid schedule, teams will play …

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Red Raiders Hitting Center has New Parking

Coffee County Central High School has been doing some renovation this summer and the area surrounding the Crethan Hensert Hitting Facility parking lot has been resurfaced.  Scott Hansert, Crethan’s father who was instrumental in the this project from its origination, re-stenciled the “CC” logo along with his late son’s jersey number “7” on the pavement …

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