Day: November 18, 2021

Bill Ending Anonymous Reporting of Child Abuse is Harmful to Children

By Joyce Prusak Executive Director of Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center Imagine this situation: A step-father sexually abuses a 5-year-old girl. The mother has been suffering abuse from him for years, and when she finds out he abuses her daughter, she decides to make a report to the child abuse hotline. Do you think the …

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Traffic Slowed in Manchester on Thursday due to Overturned Truck on I-24

Traffic was snarled in Manchester on Thursday morning after a tractor trailer overturned on Interstate-24. Drivers on the interstate were routed through the city and slowed traffic during a time travel is slow due to school zones and construction work at the Hwy 41/55 intersection. Emergency crews worked for several hours before clearing the wreckage, …

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ChildcareTennessee Opens Grant Program

ChildcareTennessee announced this week a $5 million grant program to establish new childcare services or expand existing ones. Providers can apply for up to $1,000 per licensed child care slot, up to a maximum of $100,000 per program. The grants can be used for furniture, equipment, supplies, curriculum and other items and services, according to …

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New Uses for MyTN App

The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS), the state’s Office of Customer Focused Government, and IT group (Strategic Technology Solutions) are teaming up to add new helpful services for users of Tennessee’s MyTN mobile application. Customers can now file and check the status of an appeal for the denial of TDHS programs on their smartphone …

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Duck River Electric name Short Story Competition Winners

Duck River Electric congratulates these 11 outstanding students who were winners in the 2021 short story competition. Each was presented a $1,000 scholarship sponsored by DREMC. Scholarship winners are, from front left, Hayley Horton, Moore County; Erica Clifton, Moore County; Hannah Gochee, Bedford County; Lauren Zimmerman, Bedford County. In the back row from left are …

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Substitute Teachers needed in Coffee County

Coffee County Schools are looking for substitute teachers. Pay for those employees will increase on December 1st. Subs will receive $85 per day/certified $70 per day/non-certified. Applying is as easy as 1, 2, 3. 1. Application https://coffeecounty.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=6 2. Substitute Packet https://content.schoolinsites.com/…/b50901b69db9466b956… 3. New substitute handbook https://content.schoolinsites.com/…/2c6aa82412974fffa91… Please email langhams@k12coffee.net with any questions.

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