Day: July 28, 2020

New Executive Order allows High Schools to begin Football and Soccer On Time

Tuesday afternoon Gov. Bill Lee issued executive order 55 which will allow contact sports like football and girls soccer to resume play. It also allows teams to start the regular season on time.  You can hear Coffee County Red Raider football this year on The Rooster 101.5 FM with Lucky Knott and Mike Ray, Tullahoma …

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State Releases Recommendations to Reopen Schools and Contact Sports Can Begin

On Tuesday, Governor Bill Lee announced the State of Tennessee’s recommendations to reopen schools for the 2020-2021 school year. This information was released just 17 hours before Tullahoma Schools open today. The recommendations from the Department of Health and the Department of Education can be found below: Health When to Test & Quarantine 10-Day Sick …

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Before and After School Programs announced by Manchester City Schools

Manchester City Schools are pleased to announce that they will offer a morning Extended School Program at College Street and Westwood Elementary. The program will be available from 6:00 a.m. until 7:30 a.m. on days school is in session. The cost is $5.00 per day. Registration will be available at the schools on August 3. …

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Several Counties Quarantined because of Emerald Ash Borer

65 Tennessee counties have been quarantined for Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) after the beetle was detected earlier this month. The quarantine prohibits the movement of firewood, ash nursery stock, ash timber, and other material that can spread EAB. The tree-killing beetle was recently intercepted through the United States Department of Agriculture’s EAB detection program. The …

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Coffee County Mayor Releases Statement Concerning COVID-19 and Back to School

Coffee County Mayor Gary Cordell issued a statement this week concerning COVID-19 and the start of school. He said, “In a few short days our children will be returning to school across the county. To keep our children in school, businesses open and keep our citizens at work, we strongly encourage everyone to follow the …

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Congress Considers Emergency Funding for Public Libraries

Many Tennesseans depend on libraries for everything from paying bills, to Telehealth appointments, to completing coursework. Earlier this month, lawmakers introduced legislation, known as the Library Stabilization Fund Act, that would provide $2 billion in emergency relief funding to libraries across the country, including at least $10 million for Tennessee. Corinne Hill, Chattanooga Public Library executive …

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Some NFL Players Opting Out of 2020 season

Several NFL players including former Marshall County linebacker and current New England Patriot player Donta Hightower have chosen to skip the 2020 season over concerns about Covid-19.   Patriot teammate Patrick Chung, Minnesota Vikings Defensive Tackle Michael Pierce, Bears lineman Eddie Goldman were just a few of the players to forego play this year.

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