Month: September 2020

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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Library Reopening in Manchester

The Coffee County/Manchester Public Library will be reopening to the public on Oct. 5. The following are guidelines set forth by the Coffee County Library Board. 1. All patrons who enter the building are required to wear a mask. If you do not wish to wear a mask, we will still offer curbside service. There …

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Voter Registration for the November 3 Election is October 5

Voter registration deadline for the November 3rd election is October 5th. Any new registrations must be in the election commission office or postmarked by that date. Address and name changes can still be done after that date if you are already registered. Requests for Absentee ballots must be received in time for the ballot to …

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