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Motlow Provides Critical Student Support Services as Pandemic-Induced Exhaustion Lingers

The majority of students entering college this Fall had a disrupted high school experience. According to a survey administered by Indiana University’s Center for Postsecondary Research, COVID-induced distance learning challenged students academically, technologically, and psychologically. The pandemic required some to take on new responsibilities at home while managing unfamiliar expectations to finish high school. The …

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5 Area School Systems Participating in Tennessee Accelerating Literacy and Learning Corps

The Tennessee Department of Education announced 79 school districts, over half of all districts in the state, intend to participate in the Tennessee Accelerating Literacy and Learning Corps (TN ALL Corps) tutoring program to mitigate learning loss and accelerate student achievement. The participating districts and the department will invest a projected $200 million in federal education funding in TN ALL Corps tutoring supports which stands to benefit nearly 150,000 Tennessee students over the next three years.  …

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Unemployment Rates Drop in Area Counties

August unemployment rates were lower in 93 counties across Tennessee. Williamson County continued to have Tennessee’s lowest unemployment rate in August at 2.6%. Area counties: July-Bedford Co. 4.8 August 4.3 July-Coffee Co. 4.4 August 4.0 July-Franklin Co. 4.4 August 4.1 July-Grundy Co. 6.6 August 5.5 July-Lincoln Co. 4.5 August 4.1 July-Moore Co. 2.9 August 2.7 …

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Tullahoma Police continues search for Stolen Enclosed Trailer

The Tullahoma Police Department needs your assistance in identifying the vehicle pictured here at OnTargetNews.com. The vehicle appears to be a newer model Nissan Titan with chrome running boards and chrome window visors. The trailer being pulled by the truck is stolen. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated. Please contact Detective Karl Pyrdom …

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Earn Certifications with Your Degree at Motlow

Motlow State Community College is integrating more and more short-term industry-recognized credentials into its traditional degree plan. One of these programs is Mechatronics, which offers valuable certifications and short-term credential training embedded into courses. These added credentials ensure employers that the College has a robust, market-responsive curriculum that develops a student’s subject matter knowledge, as …

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Franklin County Covid Testing and Vaccine Information and up to date County Case Numbers

Testing will take place Monday through Thursday from 8:30am-10:30am (nurse test). Friday-8:30am-10:30am and 12:30pm-3:30pm (self-test). Self-test is also available Monday-Thursday 12:30-3:30pm for 16yrs and older. Covid Vaccine: Moderna: Monday-Friday-8:30am-10:30am and 12:30pm-3:30pm Pfizer: Tuesday and Thursday- 12:30pm-3:30pm For further questions please contact FC Health Department at (931) 967-3826. *Schedules are subject to change Covid-19 testing will …

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Covid-19 Active Case Counts Up All around the area

The number of school-aged children in Tennessee who have tested positive for COVID-19 the last 14 days has grown to 20,494 as of Monday according to the Tennessee Department of Education (TDE). The total now represents a 324% increase in the last 20 days compared to 4,831 on August 4.  Currently Coffee County has 696 active cases …

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DREMC 2021 Annual Meeting Cancelled

Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) is announcing the cancellation of their 2021 Annual Meeting, originally scheduled for Saturday, August 21, at Harris Middle School in Shelbyville, TN. “The rising number of COVID-19 cases in the area has led us to the difficult decision to cancel the in person meeting this year,” said Scott Spence, …

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Motlow State to Require Face Masks this Fall

With the Motlow State fall semester scheduled to begin Aug. 23, students and faculty will return to campuses with the hope of experiencing a traditional on-ground academic year. After 18 months of predominantly on-line and hybrid classes, students and faculty will return to campus under a facemask mandate, according to college officials.   “As of Aug. …

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