Day: October 26, 2020

Shelbyville/Franklin County football game ends early after brawl

Players with both Shelbyville and Franklin County schools were ejected from a game Friday night after a fight broke out between the two teams, according to TSSAA. An investigation has been opened up and the administrators for both schools are working with investigators as they look for video and information regarding this incident. The fight …

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Road Work Starts in Coffee County/Manchester Area

State Routes in Coffee County and I-24’s Exit 117 will see improvements, according to the Tennessee Department of Transportation Roadway Activity Report.    Retracing of pavement markings will be performed in Coffee County. Additionally, improvement work will begin on I-24 at mile marker 117, and the westbound on-ramp will be closed. Routes in Coffee County …

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Face Covering Mandate back in Rutherford County

Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron announced Monday the Rutherford County Face Covering Order will be reinstated Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. due to a resurgence in COVID-19 cases. According to county officials, local COVID-19 cases are 2.8 times higher than in September and the seven-day average positivity rate has also doubled since that time. Governor Bill …

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Leaf Pick Up Starts November 2, 2020 in Tullahoma

The City of Tullahoma Public Works Department will begin on Monday, November 2 to run the city’s leaf routes. A schedule is located at https://www.tullahomatn.gov/leaf-collection-routes/. Due to weather conditions, the timing is not exact, but residents can monitor the progress as the list is updated daily. Public Works recommends the green bag program (or bio degradable bags) …

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Motlow State selects ARTC Executive Director Larry Flatt as SOAR Award Nominee

Motlow State selected Automation & Robotics Training Center (ARTC) Executive Director Larry Flatt as its nominee for the annual Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) Statewide Outstanding Achievement & Recognition (SOAR) Staff Excellence Award. Flatt joined Motlow in 2012 and was a leader in creating the ARTC, overseeing the construction of the facility, and partnering with …

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