Day: December 21, 2020

Tullahoma Alderman Receiving Backlash after Facebook Pictures were posted on Her Account

Tullahoma Alderman Jenna Amacher is facing some backlash over pictures that appeared on her Facebook account. The pictures showed the alderman at a party with several controversial signs with words that we have chosen not to show or repeat. Mayor Ray Knowis said in a released statement, “the recent social media post by a newly …

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COVID-19 Numbers continue to Go Up

Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 9,891 additional cases related to COVID-19 across the state for Monday, December 21. There are currently 85,406 active COVID-19 cases in Tennessee. On Monday, the state reported 2,779 people currently hospitalized in Tennessee due to COVID-19. 65 more deaths were reported on Monday bringing the total number to 6,136 since the …

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New TSSAA Guidelines for Attending Games

Governor Lee has issued Executive Order No. 70, remaining in effect through January 19, 2021. Because of the significant increase in the incidence of COVID-19 infections in Tennessee, additional restrictions on who may attend interscholastic athletic practices and contests will be in place. Unfortunately, large scale attendance by spectators and students must be curtailed. Doing …

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Dixieland Auto in Coalmont Burglarized on Sunday

At approximately 3am Sunday morning Dixieland Auto in Coalmont was burglarized. Grundy County sheriff’s deputies need your help to identify the person or persons in the truck that were involved in the burglary. If you can identify the truck, they are also asking you to contact the Grundy County Sheriff’s office. If you have any …

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