Day: January 10, 2021

Shelbyville/Moore County/Tullahoma Basketball in Action

On Friday the Golden Eagles and Eaglettes of Shelbyville hit the road to face off against the Rebels and Rebelettes of Franklin County. The Lady Eaglettes and the Eagles sweep the Rebels and Rebelettes of Franklin County. The Lady Eaglettes devastated the Rebelettes 68-37 and the Eagles pulled out a 61-59 victory against the Rebels …

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Counterfeit Money Used at Area Businesses

An unnamed man was stopped after he allegedly tried use counterfeit money at Walmart in Tullahoma. Police found over $2,000 worth of counterfeit bills in his possession along with 3.6 grams of marijuana. In another counterfeit case, an unidentified male and female are accused of using counterfeit $100 bills to purchase items at Hobby Lobby …

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COVID-19 Cases Continue Steady Climb

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 7,419 additional cases related to COVID-19 across the state for Sunday, January 10. TDH also confirmed 81 additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 7,785 total deaths.  There are 3,085 people currently hospitalized in the state.  Area county active cases/deaths Bedford 592/76 Cannon 164/16 Coffee 628/76 Franklin 464/51 Grundy 173/20 …

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State to begin giving Vaccines by Appointment Only

Tennessee officials are launching a statewide online scheduling system in the coming days for coronavirus vaccine appointments. The effort aims to prevent people from having to wait in line for hours, sometimes only to be turned away because there are no doses left. For several weeks, Tennessee has endured one of the worst reported surges …

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New System Announced for Bedford County Covid-19 Vaccination

Bedford County Health Department will begin using a new appointment system for COVID-19 vaccinations starting on Monday. No vaccine will be given without an appointment. Currently, the vaccine is being offered to those 75 and older as well as first responders and healthcare workers. The local department, like many health departments throughout Tennessee, was out …

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