Day: January 5, 2021

Duncan to work for CTAS as a County Government Consultant

We have a follow up to a story we brought you yesterday. As we reported, Coffee County Circuit Court Clerk Heather Duncan turned in her notice to resign on Jan. 31. Duncan said on Tuesday that she has accepted an amazing offer from the University of Tennessee – CTAS as a County Government Consultant. She …

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State Releases COVID-19 numbers for Tuesday Jan. 5, 2021

The Tennessee Department of Health reported 5,399 new cases of COVID-19 and 99 deaths in the state on Tuesday. The Department of Health reports a total of 7,267 deaths. Currently there are 3,246 Tennessee residents hospitalized with Coronavirus, which is a new record high. Area county active cases/deaths: Bedford 512/69 Cannon 155/16 Coffee 539/72 Franklin 446/48 …

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Important Vaccine Information

The Tennessee Department of Health reports that 169,070 residents had received COVID-19 vaccinations.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Pfizer and Moderna 2 vaccine series should be given alone with a minimum time of 14 days before or after any other vaccines. If the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is given within 14 …

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National Stalking Awareness Month and National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month

In time for National Stalking Awareness Month and National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, which are recognized each January, the Secretary of State’s office launched the Protect Your Address. Protect Yourself. campaign promoting their Safe at Home address confidentiality program. This free program is available for Tennesseans of any age or gender who’ve been a victim …

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