Day: August 4, 2020

Hillsboro Fire Injures Two

A fire destroyed a mobile home on Henry Cove Road in Hillsboro on Monday afternoon. Hillsboro volunteer fire department along with all other county departments and Manchester Fire and Rescue fought the blaze. Coffee County Rescue Squad also responded.  Two residents were transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center via air ambulance.

Caution Over COVID-19 Closes Coffee County Middle School and North Coffee Elementary

Coffee County Schools is announcing the closure of Coffee County Middle School for the remainder of the week, August 5 through August 7. This decision was reached through an abundance of caution over COVID-19. Parents will be contacted directly if there is any reason for concern with an individual student. The staff will be working to prepare …

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Manchester City Schools Confirms COVID-19 Case

An employee with Manchester City Schools has a confirmed case of COVID-19.  The district is working closely with the health department and the COVID-19 liaison.  The health department will work with the individual to identify, contact, and quarantine anyone who may have been in close contact and had potential exposure with the individual according to …

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Director of Instruction for Manchester City Schools Finalist for State Supervisor of the Year

Dr. Michael Shuran, Director of Instruction for Manchester City Schools, has been named as a finalist for Supervisor of the Year for Tennessee. Dr. Shuran represents the South-Central Region. Dr. Joey Vaughn, Director of Manchester City Schools says, “Dr. Shura is an incredible asset to our district. We are proud of the work he is doing …

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State Changes Procedure and WILL Report COVID-19 Cases in Schools

An unprecedented school year has started for many Middle Tennessee districts. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the education landscape in many ways. Especially, when it comes to keeping schools safe. As each district navigates the new normal during the pandemic, Governor Bill Lee said the state is working on protocols on how they will track …

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Updated Tennessee COVID-19 Numbers for August 4

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases and deaths related to COVID-19 across the state on Tuesday, August 4. The health department reported 1,805 new cases, bringing the state to 112,441 total cases. TDH also confirmed 25 additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 1,117 total deaths. Out of the confirmed positive cases, 73,259 have …

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SEC adjusts start of Football Practice

The SEC announced Tuesday that the league has pushed back the first allowable start of football practice from this Friday to Aug. 17.  This change comes after approving a 10-game, conference-only schedule last week that aims to kick off the season on Sept. 26 rather than the original start date of Sept. 5.

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