Day: January 3, 2021

Shelbyville Sweeps Community

In high school basketball action this weekend, Shelbyville swept both games from Community High. Shelbyville girls were led by Lilly Brown’s 10 points in the 40-27 victory. In boys action, Devyn Heath poured in 21 points in the 60-58 win. Both teams are in action again on Tuesday at home versus Coffee County.

Confusion and Questions arise after Saturday’s Vaccine Distribution in Coffee County

Some folks in Coffee County are not very happy with the way the COVID-19 vaccine distribution took place on Saturday at the Tullahoma location of the Coffee County Health Department. Vaccines to those in phase 1a1 and 1a2 and individuals 75 years and older beginning at 8:00 a.m. Saturday. 52 minutes later it was announced …

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Information from Franklin and Bedford Counties Concerning Vaccination

In Franklin County the allocation of vaccine has been used up be 11:50 Saturday morning. Only 300 vaccines were available. In Bedford County they note that the Shelbyville vaccination and drive thru testing site as of Monday will be changed from the Health Department to the Bedford County Ag Center on Midland Road. Bedford County …

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Online Learning for some and Back to School for Others in the 3 School Systems in Coffee Co.

Given the current community Covid-19 numbers and the likelihood of a spike in numbers following the 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 Tuesday, January …

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Updated COVID-19 Numbers on Sunday Jan. 3, 2021. Uptick in Some Area Counties

Tennessee Department of Health reported 4,165 new cases of COVID-19 and 55 deaths in the state on Sunday. The Department of Health reported 21,465 new cases of COVID-19 over the time-period of Friday-Sunday. Currently 3,176 Tennesseans are hospitalized with the virus. After 55 deaths were reported on Sunday, the Department of Health reports a total …

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It’s Official! Vanderbilt New Owners of Hospitals in Tullahoma and Shelbyville

Leaders of Vanderbilt University Medical Center announced on Friday the official acquisition of Tennova Healthcare-Shelbyville and Tennova Healthcare-Harton hospitals and their related businesses, including physician clinic operations and outpatient services, from subsidiaries of Community Health Systems Inc. (CHS). Terms of the transactions will remain confidential. Under VUMC’s ownership these facilities are now called Vanderbilt Bedford …

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