Day: December 20, 2020

Gov. Lee says Indoor Gatherings Limited to 10 or Less, but High School Sports to continue with Limited Capacity

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced he is limiting holiday gatherings to no one outside of families’ immediate households and all public indoor gatherings will be limited to 10 people. The governor made his remarks Sunday during a statewide address coming on the heels of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ranking Tennessee the worst state …

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Heath Departments in Coffee County Offer Two ways to be Tested for COVID-19

Drive thru Covid-19 testing will continue in Coffee County at the Fairgrounds but only on Tuesdays and Thursdays 9 AM – 3 PM. On Monday-Wednesday-Friday the new COVID-19 self-tests will be offered to adults beginning Dec. 21. On these days, public health staff members at each County Health Dept will provide self-testing kits to adults …

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COVID-19 Forces Change to how Coffee Co. Sheriff’s Dept. Responds to Calls; Select County Services Closed

Due to the spike in Covid-19 cases within Coffee County the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department will be doing non-emergency reports over the phone. Any reports that require the presence of a Deputy or Investigator will be responded to normally. In addition, as we reported last week Coffee County government buildings are closed to the public. The Coffee …

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COVID-19 Numbers Rising to Dangerous Levels; First Lady is Positive

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases and deaths related to COVID-19 across the state for December 19 and 20. TDH announced on Saturday that, due to “the volume of tests being processed”, a daily update was not released. Both days’ totals were released Sunday instead. The department reported 16,036 total new cases for the two …

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Manchester Police Honors Two of its Own

On Friday Manchester Investigator Bryan Eldridge was awarded Officer of the Year by the Manchester Police Department. Eldridge has served Manchester for over 10 years. Also, congratulations to Officer Tony Frost from the Manchester Police Department for receiving the Chris Patterson memorial award. Patterson was a longtime employee of the department who unfortunately died earlier …

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