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Coffee County Lady Raiders and Tullahoma’s West Bobcats Win CTC Championships

On Saturday, the Lady Raiders of Coffee Middle School claimed the win in the Championship match up against White County. In the battle of Tullahoma, it was the Bobcats of West Tullahoma Middle School defeating their cross-town rival East Panthers in a thrilling clash. The Lady Raiders of Coffee Middle School won their tight contest …

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Manchester City Schools going back to In-Person Learning Jan. 19, 2021

Manchester City Schools will return to in-person learning for all students on Tuesday, January 19, 2020. Families who wish to continue virtual instruction should contact their child’s school for more information and guidelines. The district will have early dismissal days (12:30 p.m.) every Friday until Spring Break.  Manchester City Schools will offer the Journey Afterschool …

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COVID-19 Update for Thursday Jan. 14, 2021

Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 4,983 additional cases and 84 deaths related to COVID-19 across the state for Thursday, January 14. The death total now stands at 8,232. There are currently 65,367 active COVID-19 cases in the state. The state reported 2,964 people are currently hospitalized due to COVID-19.  Area active cases/deaths: Bedford 478/85 Cannon 136/19 …

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Death Rate continues to Rise due to COVID-19

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 4,625 additional cases and 137 deaths related to COVID-19 across the state for Wednesday, January 13. There are currently 68,377 active COVID-19 cases in the state. Tennessee is now averaging 95 deaths per day during the month of January so far. The state reported 3,029 people are currently hospitalized in …

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Motlow State Plans Return to Campus in Fall 2021

Motlow State Community College leadership plans a return to on-campus instruction and activities by Fall 2021. The plan is contingent upon the status and spread of the Covid-19 virus. Leadership will make the final determination of the College’s on-ground Fall 2021 plan later this summer. Current planning is based on Tennessee’s vaccination plan and Motlow’s …

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Commissioner Resigning from Coffee County Commission

Michael “Todd” Crockett, Coffee County’s 3rd District commissioner is resigning from the commission. In a letter to the county, Crockett said, “fellow commissioners, elected members and county employees this is to inform you I will be stepping down effective Feb 1, 2021. I am taking a position with the Air Force at Warner Robbins AFB …

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Arrowheads Aerospace Museum plans Move to New Location

Board directors of the Arrowheads Aerospace Museum have decided to relocate the museum. The museum, which has not operated for some time, is currently located near Exit 114 off Interstate 24 at 24 Campground Rd., Manchester, and museum directors want to construct a new building on Highway 55, across from the Coffee County Administrative Plaza. …

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Good News from 2020; State Parks had Huge Year

Tennessee State Parks had an economic impact of $1.84 billion in Tennessee in 2020 and welcomed 34.7 million visits, according to a report done for the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation. The report notes that local area spending by visitors has a substantial impact on local economies. The parks reached historic highs in camping, …

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COVID-19 Deaths in Tennessee Rising Quickly

The Tennessee Department of Health confirmed 3,478 additional cases and 146 deaths related to COVID-19 across the state for Tuesday, January 12. There are currently 73,518 active COVID-19 cases in the state. The 146 additional deaths brings the state up to 8,011 total. Tuesday now stands as the second-highest single-day deaths increase in Tennessee. Tennessee is averaging …

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