Day: September 29, 2020

Coffee County Schools to remain on 4-1 Schedule After Fall Break

Coffee County Schools will continue to utilize a 4-1 schedule after fall break. This is the same schedule that was utilized between Labor Day and fall break in which students were in the buildings on Monday through Thursday and had a distance-learning day on Friday. Parent-choice virtual students who receive approval for the second quarter will engage …

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Railroad Crossing Work taking place in Tullahoma Oct. 19-22

The Tullahoma Director of Public Works, Butch Taylor, has been notified by CSX that construction of the road crossings over the railroad tracks will be closed according to the following schedule: October 19 and 20: Warren Street, Lauderdale Street and Wiseman Road October 21 and 22: Brown Street and Hogan Street CSX indicated that these …

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SCAM Warning from State Health Department

The Tennessee State Health Department is warning you to be on the alert for scammers trying to take advantage of you by getting your personal information. Scammers are spoofing the Tennessee Department of Health’s main number and some county health department phone numbers. Officials are reminding you to never giver out any of your personal …

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Gov. Lee Removes COVID-19 Restrictions on Businesses and Gatherings

As a National State of Emergency remains in place, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced Tuesday the State of Emergency in Tennessee will continue through October with adjustments made to previous executive orders. Gov. Lee today signed Executive Order No. 63 to extend certain, targeted provisions of previous executive orders through October 30, including the authority …

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The Latest COVID-19 Cases at Area Long-Term Facilities

Tennessee Health Commissioner Dr. Lisa Piercey has announced restrictions at long-term care facilities would be loosened. The changes would allow outdoor and some indoor visitation. This would only apply to facilities with at least two weeks without any new COVID-19 cases.The changes also allow facilities to offer an essential caregiver program. They must first be …

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