Day: November 19, 2020

Coffee County Mayor Gary Cordell releases statement on COVID-19 cases in Coffee County

Coffee County Mayor Gary Cordell has released a similar statement to that of the Bedford County Mayor regarding the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in Coffee County. For the past few weeks, COVID cases have been on the rise, both nationally and in Coffee County. We have lost 38 (updated as of Friday afternoon) people to …

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SCAM Alert from the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department

The Coffee County Sheriff’s Department have received calls from citizens stating they have been getting calls from people identifying themselves as members of the Sheriff’s Department. They state that they have civil warrants and the person needs to call a number to take care of the issue. Once people call this number, they are being …

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Tennessee Education Commissioner visits Tullahoma

Tullahoma City Schools welcomed Tennessee Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn to the school system on Thursday. She and other guests observed the exceptional teaching and learning happening at Tullahoma High School! Everyone was highly impressed as educators and students went about the business of teaching and learning both in-person and virtually. Representative Rush Bricken joined Commissioner …

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Unemployment Rate on the Rise in Tennessee

Tennessee employers added nearly 25,000 new jobs between September and October. Even with the creation of new jobs, the state’s unemployment rate inched upward for the first time in five months. The preliminary, seasonally adjusted, statewide unemployment rate for October 2020 is 7.4%, an increase of 0.9 of a percentage point from September’s revised rate …

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