Month: January 2021

No More Restrictions for Attendance of K-12 Sporting Events beginning Feb. 1

Governor Bill Lee announced Thursday afternoon that he would be rolling back restrictions at school sporting events across the Volunteer State. Governor Lee said in part, “When case counts were at their highest, we placed targeted restrictions on public gatherings and attendance at school sporting events. The data now reflects rapidly falling numbers and because …

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Guns are Big Business in Tennessee

New data on firearm background checks by the TBI’s Tennessee Instant Check System show a record-setting number of transactions in 2020. The spike represents a 53 percent increase over 2019. According to the TBI in 2019, there were 485,702 transactions while in 2020 there were over 740,580 transactions. The TBI says Tennessee’s spike outpaced the national …

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Duck River Electric Membership Corporation Donates to Shelbyville/Bedford County Chamber of Commerce

Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) is continuing to present $25,000 in total contributions to support local economies, with $12,500 being contributed by DREMC and a matching $12,500 donation provided by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). Several chambers of commerce in the DREMC service area have been awarded funding with each being presented a portion …

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Tullahoma Parks and Recreation changing Covid-19 Posture

Due to the trending decline of Covid-19 cases in Coffee County, Tullahoma Parks and Recreation will be phasing in the following procedures as of Feb. 1: • Common use/lobby areas will be available. • All fitness and water classes are resuming as scheduled. • Open gym/basketball can resume. • Pavilion/Park rentals for more than 50 people will require a …

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Tullahoma Wrestlers keep the Tradition Going

In Tullahoma the dynasty now exists and it’s occurring on the wrestling mats. Following a 52-24 win over Warren County on Tuesday, the Wildcats wrestling team have now picked up the District 9-AAA championship for the ninth consecutive year.  On Tuesdays’ contest, Tullahoma trailed Warren County through three sets. Starting there, the Wildcats held control …

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Complaint Filed Against Coffee County Sheriff Chad Partin by 911 Director

Coffee County 911 Communication Director Diane Argraves has filed a complaint against Sheriff Chad Partin citing allegations of discrimination and hostile work environment. In a report from our news partner The Manchester Times asked Argraves for a statement, but she declined to comment at this time.   Partin said told the Times, “The Coffee County Communications …

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Franklin County Sheriff’s Office needing your help locating Three Men that Broke Sex Offender Rules

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office authorities are attempting to locate three individuals wanted on felony warrants for Violation of Sex Offender Rules. The three men are identified as David Donaldson, Jared Stewart and Mikell Moore. Anyone having any information regarding the location of any of these individuals is asked to contact the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office …

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With 4 Days left, State Sets Record for Most Deaths in One Month due to COVID-19

On Wednesday, The Tennessee Department of Health confirmed 154 additional deaths due to COVID-19, bringing the state up to 9,316 total deaths. Tennessee is averaging 89 deaths per day during the month of January. January 27 now stands as the third-highest single-day increase for deaths in Tennessee. Four of the state’s five highest single-day increases have …

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