Day: March 11, 2021

Coffee County spring sports ticket information; the Rooster 101.5 coverage

Spring sports are about to kick-off for Coffee County with capacity limited. baseball and softball tickets will be sold a few days in advance. Fans can purchase tickets through GoFan.Co. Soccer tickets will be sold at the gate only. Temperature checks and face coverings will be mandatory and social distance is strongly advised. Adult tickets …

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Pre-Registration taking place for COVID-19 Vaccines at Vanderbilt Tullahoma-Harton Hospital

COVID-19 VACCINE PRE-REGISTRATION is taking place. In partnership with the Tennessee Department of Health and the Coffee County Health Department, Vanderbilt Tullahoma-Harton Hospital is offering COVID-19 vaccines. To receive your vaccine with them, complete the pre-registration form on the Homepage of the hospital’s website to be notified when it’s your turn to schedule your appointment. …

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Bedford County EMA Encouraging Citizens to get their COVID-19 Vaccine

Scott Johnson of Bedford County Emergency Management Agency, who chairs Bedford County’s COVID-19 task force, says that many Bedford County citizens don’t realize they are now eligible to receive the vaccine. This week, the state entered Phase 1c of its vaccination plan, which includes people whose health conditions place them at greater risk from complications …

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Bissell Pet Foundation makes stop in Franklin County

The Franklin County Animal Control and the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank Cathy Bissell of the Bissell Pet Foundation and staff for their recent visit to Franklin County Animal Control. Bissell and her foundation are well renowned for their work in the care and placement for abandoned animals. The visit was a …

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