Day: September 17, 2020

Coffee County Director of Schools Issues Statement after Uptick in Countywide COVID-19 Cases

Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 1,053 additional of COVID-19 across the state on Thursday, bringing the state to 178,140 total cases. TDH also confirmed 13 additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 2,164 total deaths. On Target News reported yesterday that numbers have been on the rise recently in Coffee County (193 on Wednesday). We heard from …

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Increased Visitation Reopening of Certain Activities in Long-Term Care Facilities begins October 1

Tennessee Department of Health released new guidelines allowing increased visitation and the reopening of certain activities in long-term care facilities, effective October 1. Under new guidelines, outdoor and limited indoor visitation may be permitted in facilities that have had no new COVID-19 cases in the previous 14 days. These visits must be scheduled in advance, last no …

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Tullahoma at Beech Football Game Cancelled because of COVID-19

Tullahoma had originally planned to host Homecoming on Sept.18 as they hosted Spring Hill. That game was cancelled because of an outbreak of COVID-19 at the Maury County school. Tullahoma then found a road game to play at Beech High School in Sumner County and moved Homecoming to Oct. 2. On Thursday afternoon it was …

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Adult Learners Can Earn High School Equivalency Diplomas Online

Adults across Tennessee who did not graduate high school now have an online pathway that will lead them to a diploma that is high school equivalent. Every county in the state offers students virtual classes that will prepare them to take the online HiSET examination. The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) is …

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Tennessee Hunter Education Classes Now All Online

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is now offering its Tennessee Hunter Education program classes all online during the COVID-19 pandemic. TWRA says the courses can be online by using Hunter-Ed.com. No in-person portion is required. The online course allows Tennessee students ages 9 and up who satisfactorily complete the course to become certified Tennessee Hunter Education …

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