Day: November 16, 2020

Tullahoma Police Department and Coffee County Sheriff’s Department bring Safe Resolution to Hostage Situation

On Friday, November 13, 2020 at 6:45 pm, TPD and CCSD responded to a 911 call about suspect Anthony A. Lyons, 39, holding two people hostage inside an apartment at Dossett Homes. After law enforcement secured the area and began talking to Lyons, several shots were fired at officers, resulting in no injuries. Later, while …

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Increased Hours for COVID-19 Testing Nov. 23 & 30

The Tennessee Department of Health will be extending hours at 35 county health departments leading up to and after Thanksgiving. The select locations will be open from 7AM to 5PM in local time on November 23rd and Monday November 30th. Local area coronavirus testing sites: Bedford County Health Department 140 Dover St., Shelbyville Coffee County …

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New Record High for One Day of nearly 8,000 COVID-19 Cases in Tennessee

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 7,951 additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Monday, November 16, putting the state at 318,888 total cases. Over 47,000 residents of Tennessee currently have the coronavirus. TDH also confirmed 30 additional deaths, bringing total deaths to 3,923 statewide. The state reported a new record-high number of …

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Motlow selects Charle Coffey as Outstanding First-Year Student Advocate Nominee

Motlow State selected Assistant Professor of Geography Charle Coffey as its nominee for the Outstanding First-Year Student Advocate Award. Each year college presidents nominate one educator to the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition. “Having a profound understanding of community college students, barriers, and challenges, Charle transformed the Motlow First-Year …

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Manchester Public Hearing concerning Grant for New Lighting at City Ballfields

Manchester Parks and Recreation Department will hold a Public Meeting, Tuesday November 17, 2020 at 6:00pm at the Ada Wright Building to discuss a Local Parks and Recreation Fund Grant Application from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.   The proposed project is to replace lights on three baseball fields and three softball fields. …

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