Day: January 4, 2021

Limited Number of Vaccines Available this week in Coffee County

The Coffee County Health Department has advised Coffee County Emergency Management they will have a LIMITED number of COVID-19 vaccinations that are expected to arrive at the Fairgrounds on Wednesday morning. The health department said they are completely booked up for the vaccines for this week. The next day for vaccines was to be Friday, …

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Duncan Resigns as Coffee County Circuit Court Clerk effective January 31st

After serving Coffee County as Circuit Court Clerk for over 26 years, Heather Hinds Duncan has notified the Coffee County Mayor and the Coffee County Commission that she will be vacating the office effective January 31, 2021.  She has accepted a position that she feels will be a wonderful career opportunity for her and her …

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Top 10 Stories Covered by On Target News in 2020

The stories you read the most on our website in 2020 COVID-19. That’s all we need to say. Search our site for numerous stories Death of Manchester Mayor Lonnie Norman due to COVID-19. Sadly, Manchester says Good-Bye Mayor Norman | OnTargetNews.com Businesses and schools close and graduations changed due to the Coronavirus. Search site for …

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Monday Jan. 4, 2021 COVID-19 Update

The Tennessee Department of Health reported 3,953 new cases of COVID-19 and 143 deaths in the state on Monday. The Department of Health also reports 3,213 currently hospitalized with the virus and there are currently 74,588 active COVID-19 cases in the state. Area county active cases/deaths: Bedford 645/65 Cannon 156/16 Coffee 569/70 Franklin 466/68 Grundy …

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Radon Action Month in Tennessee

With Tennesseans spending more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) encourages households to take advantage of free radon test kits. Gov. Bill Lee has declared January as Radon Action Month statewide. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, and …

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