Day: December 14, 2020

District Attorney gives information on 3 Separate Overdose Murder Charges in Coffee County

In a statement from Coffee County District Attorney Craig Northcott, he says, “As you know, drug abuse and overdoses are a plague on our community and throughout Tennessee and the rest of this Country. Certainly, those who abuse drugs are responsible for their decisions but those who choose to profit from this plague are responsible …

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Principal at North Lake Elementary in Franklin County Dies from COVID-19

Director of Franklin County Schools Stanley Bean confirmed on Monday afternoon the principal at North Lake Elementary had died. Bean says that Principal George Butler died in the hospital in Winchester from complications related to COVID-19. Butler was Franklin County School System’s longest serving employee. He was in his 50th year of service. Photo of …

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COVID-19 Update for Monday 14, 2020

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 10.319 additional cases and deaths related to COVID-19 across the state on Monday, December 14. Earlier Monday, the state reported a new record for current COVID hospitalizations. There are 2,738 people currently hospitalized in Tennessee. 79 more deaths reported on Monday brings the total to 5,541 deaths. County active cases/deaths: …

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COVID-19 to Blame for Cancelation of Tullahoma Board Meeting

The City Administrator, Jennifer Moody, announced Monday that the City of Tullahoma had canceled the Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting scheduled for Monday, December 14, 2020 due to the COVID-19 spike. The BMA meeting has been re-scheduled for a Special Called virtual meeting for Tuesday, December 22, 2020 at 5:30pm. “These numbers are justification for …

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Senator Bowling gets Backlash for Diversity Council Statements

Tennessee Senator Janice Bowling (R-Tullahoma) is receiving backlash after a video was posted to social media, showing her speaking at a meeting on subjects of diversity, the LGBTQ community and reflecting on the passing of Manchester Mayor Lonnie Norman calling him by the wrong name by saying it was Eugene London. Bowling spoke at Norman’s …

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