Day: December 13, 2020

Two Coffee County Men Face Murder Charge

Two Coffee County men have been charged with 2nd Degree Murder. On Target News has confirmed that the case against Hunter Gremillion and Mark Luttrell involves an overdose death. Luttrell faces the murder charge and possessing or manufacturing with intent to deliver drug paraphernalia. His bond was set at $175,000. Gremillion is facing the charge …

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Coffee County Mayor Gary Cordell has been Diagnosed with COVID-19; County case count up to 604

It has been confirmed that Coffee County Mayor Gary Cordell has tested positive for COVID-19. Our news partner the Manchester Times reports that Cordell said, “I have been working from home  and I will do the same for several more days.” He will be in quarantine for two weeks. His symptoms have been relatively mild, …

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Active Cases of COVID-19 Skyrocketing; Sunday Dec. 13 Update

The Tennessee Department of Health reported a new daily record 11,352 new cases of COVID-19 and 62 deaths in the state on Sunday. The Department of Health reports 2,680 currently hospitalized with the virus and they also reported 62 more deaths bringing that total up to 5,462 deaths. County active cases/deaths on Sunday and comparison to …

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Hooper to serve as Economic Development Director for Bedford County/Shelbyville

Shane Hooper, the new economic development director for Shelbyville and Bedford County, brings a wealth of experience to the job, and shares the excitement of local officials over the community’s potential. Hooper was hired through a city-county partnership to revitalize economic development and industrial recruitment and retention. The program is jointly funded by the City …

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