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United Way of Highway 55 Announces its 2020-2021 Local Nonprofit Partners

United Way of Highway 55 on Wednesday announced the funding of sixteen local nonprofits. On May 26th, United Way of Highway 55 allocations team, made up of local community and Board members, reviewed applications and conducted interviews with each agency. The sixteen nonprofit partners are located and/or serve in Coffee, Moore, and Warren Counties. The …

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Manchester/Tullahoma Top 10 Micropolitan Entrepreneurial Ecosystems

An analysis from Heartland Forward, a new think tank, identified 20 top entrepreneurial ecosystems across America based on the share of employment by small firms, and the number of college-educated employees in those firms. One of those micropolitan areas is in Middle Tennessee, Tullahoma and Manchester in Coffee County. The Heartland Forward analysis also found …

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Manchester City Schools making plans for 2020-2021 including the possibility of Remote/Distance Learning

The Manchester City Schools District is actively planning for the 2020-2021 school year. Our hope is that school will start as normal but we have to plan in case it does not. We are focusing on 3 major areas: Academics – Traditional and Remote/Distance Learning, Social and Emotional Care, and Learning Check-Ups.  Task force teams …

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Drowning Victim Identified

 A 15-year-old girl from Manchester drowned while kayaking with her parents on the Duck River in Bedford County Sunday afternoon, according to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. The TWRA reported the Manchester family began the day by kayaking a section of the river below Normandy Dam. At Cortner Mill, an old low head dam, the …

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OP-ED-50 Years Later and Motlow’s Mission is Still You

Our world and our reality shifted in early March when Tennessee’s first case of Covid-19 was confirmed. Now almost three months later – after we successfully shifted to an online teaching and learning environment – Motlow State Community College stands ready to continue our support of communities while extending our services for regional development. As …

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Manchester City Hall Employee Test Positive for COVID-19

According to the City of Manchester, an employee located at City Hall tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, May 29th, 2020. “Our staff, across all departments, took COVID-19 precautions very early on, and this is an example that anyone can be infected.” said Mayor Norman. The employee was last at work on May 26th, and …

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Guidelines for Reopening Portions of Tullahoma’s D.W. Wilson Center and Outdoor Park Amenities

Updated information for Monday, June 1In accordance with the guidance set forth in the governor’s exercise facility guidelines, the D.W. Wilson Community Center will continue operation under the following criteria:• On Monday, June 1st, D.W. Wilson Community Center will open for use of the Weight Room, Indoor Pool for Lap Swim, Self-Guided Deep Water Exercise, …

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