Month: January 2021

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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The Latest Information on COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

Vaccine supplies are in extremely limited supply, and the demand for vaccines is great. The state pleased with the overwhelming interest Tennesseans are showing in receiving COVID-19 vaccinations, and Tennessee Health Department says they are working as quickly as possible to provide vaccines as they receive additional shipments. Tennessee is dependent on vaccine supplies from …

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COVID-19 Update; County Numbers on the Rise Again

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 9,000 additional cases and 111 deaths related to COVID-19 across the state for Thursday, January 7. The state once again reported a record-high for current hospitalizations with 3,351 people currently hospitalized in Tennessee due to COVID-19. ICU Bed availability remains at 7%. Area county active cases/deaths: Bedford 510/75 Cannon 146/16 Coffee …

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More Jobs Headed to Murfreesboro

Woods Air Movement officials announced Thursday that the ventilation and fan company will establish a U.S. facility in Murfreesboro. Woods Air Movement will re-establish its North American presence in the U.S. market by is investing $3.6 million and creating 27 jobs in Rutherford County. The company manufactures industrial ventilation products used in road and rail …

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Tennessee’s First 100 year-old Receives COVID-19 Vaccine in Lincoln County

Inez Daniel of Lincoln County has become the first 100-year-old Tennessean to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Daniel is part of five generations receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, according to the Tennessee Department of health. People are encouraged to seek vaccination in their county of residence, but TDH says “one does not need proof of residence to …

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2021 Coffee County Lady Raider’s Softball Schedule Released

Regular SeasonMar. 15                       Warren County                                  Away               5:00(JV)/7:00(V)         Mar. 16                       Columbia*                                           Home              5:15(JV)/7:00(V)Mar. 17                       Brentwood                                          Away               5:00(V)/JV AfterMar. 19-20                  Mary Vowell Tournament              Away               TBDMar. 23                       Shelbyville*                                        Away               5:15(JV)/7:00(V)Mar. 24                       Tullahoma*                                        Home              5:15(JV)/7:00(V)Mar. 25-27                  Warrior Classic                                 Away               TBDMar. 29                       Franklin County*                               Away               5:15(JV)/7:00(V)Mar. 30                       Lincoln County*                                Away               5:00(JV)/6:30(V)Apr. 5                          Lawrence County*                           Away               …

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