Day: January 6, 2021

Franklin County High School Under Mask Mandate and Transitional Schedule beginning Monday

The Franklin County School Board has voted in favor of mask mandate and transitional schedule at Franklin County High School until March 11. The mask mandate and the transitional schedule will begin on Monday, meaning students will be divided into A and B groups with group A on campus Mondays and Thursdays and the B …

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Active Cases and Deaths Up in Tennessee; Some Area Counties Also Rise

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 7,588 additional cases and 114 deaths related to COVID-19 across the state for Wednesday, January 6. The state once again reported a record-high for current hospitalizations. 3,332 people are currently hospitalized in Tennessee due to COVID-19. ICU Bed availability is down to 7%. Area active cases/deaths: Bedford 471/74 Cannon 141/16 Coffee …

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Deceased Body Found in the Woods on Tuesday Night

The Warren Co. Sheriffs Dept. have identified the body found in the woods Tuesday night in Mt. Leo. According to Sheriff Tommy Myers the body was identified as 59 year old Derrick Biles. Biles was found in the woods off Leesburg Road in the Mt. Leo area. Myers did not say how he died. Autopsy …

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Coffee County’s First Ever Female Deputy Laid to Rest

Deputy Carolyn Ann Northcutt passed away on this week (January 4, 2021). Deputy Northcutt was Coffee County Sheriff’s Department’s first female deputy ever hired under then Sheriff Dan Daniel’s administration in the early 60’s. Deputy Northcutt remained with the Department for over 30 years until her retirement under former Sheriff Steve Graves’ administration. Deputy Northcutt’s …

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