Day: December 16, 2020

Jakobe Thomas Picks MTSU

Star running back Jakobe Thomas of Tullahoma High School announced on Wednesday evening that he would continue his career with Blue Raiders. The Region 4-4A MVP and Mr. Football led the Wildcats to a 12-1 overall record and a berth in the state quarterfinals.

Manchester City Schools Going Virtual after Winter Break until Jan. 19

Given the current community Covid-19 numbers and the likelihood of a spike in numbers following the upcoming holidays, Manchester City Schools will begin the new year with an at home only learning schedule for all students. The district will use this option from January 6 – 15, 2021.  Students will report back to in-person learning on …

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Tennessee COVID-19 Update, Including Area Counties

Tennessee Department of Health confirmed 11,410 additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Wednesday, December 16. This is a new record of daily cases. There are currently 66,774 active COVID-19 cases in Tennessee, the highest number since the start of the pandemic. TDH confirmed 53 additional deaths, bringing the total to 5,668. The state once …

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Bedford County Justice Complex Transition Team Marks Facility’s First Anniversary

At their final meeting last week, the officials who supervised Bedford County’s transition into a new justice complex said it is hard to imagine how the county would have made it through the COVID-19 pandemic at the overcrowded old jail and courthouse. County Commissioner Jeff Sweeney, who served as the county’s construction consultant for the …

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Manchester Business Giving Back

The Manchester Police Department thanks Praters BBQ for the wonderful donation of toys for the Angel Tree program. Mr. Prater has participated in this event for several years. Chief Mark Yother says his department appreciates Prater’s efforts and partnering with MPD to help the less fortunate in our community. Remember MPD will randomly placing toys …

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