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High-Speed Pursuit Ends in Tullahoma

A high-speed pursuit began earlier this week near the Decherd Kroger. Decherd officers pursued the vehicle and received help from Tullahoma Police before the pursuit ended at Northgate Mall in Tullahoma. Two men left the vehicle and attempted to flee on foot before being captured a short time later. Jarquias Jimar of Nashville, and Wilbur …

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Tennova Medical Groups in Tullahoma Now Offering Telehealth

North Jackson, Tennova Internal Medicine – Cedar Lane, Tennova Orthopedics & Sports Medicine – Jackson, Tennova Comprehensive Pain & Wellness Center as well as Tennova Pediatrics have made it possible to see their doctors using a smartphone, tablet or computer. Telehealth or virtual visits allow you to talk with a provider just as you would …

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New Work Schedule for City of Manchester Employees

In continued efforts to combat the spread of COVID-19 and to support the State “Safer at Home” order all offices for the City of Manchester will be closed on Friday’s beginning on April 13th. City Hall will remain closed to the public with the exception of the Police lobby. Majority of services performed at City …

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Nissan Laying Off 10,000 Workers

Because of Covid-19 Nissan Corp. is temporarily laying off about 10,000 workers at its auto-parts and vehicle-assembly plants in Mississippi and Tennessee and asking them to apply for state unemployment until the facilities re-open in late April. The cuts are hitting the auto maker’s assembly plants in Smyrna, TN and Canton, Mississippi, as well as …

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Over 250,000 Tennesseans Applied for Unemployment in the last 3 Weeks

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a major impact on Tennessee’s unemployment claims. According to the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, the state is projected to pay more than 100,000 claims this week. Initial claims spiked to more than 250,000 in the last three-week period. The state will extend unemployment benefits to people who …

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Coronavirus Update from Warren County

Warren County Executive Jimmy Haley extended for another week the State of Emergency for Warren County in response to similar action by Gov. Lee. McMinnville Mayor Ben Newman urged residents to practice social distancing as they are able to walk, ride bikes and take part in other outdoor activities. Most city parks are open, but …

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Updated Covid-19 Cases and Deaths as of April 7

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Tuesday, April 7. The update brings the total number of positive cases in the state to 4,325, including updated cases in Davidson County. Eight counties have zero cases, with Moore County being one of the eight. The state’s health department …

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DREMC Under Strict COVID-19 Safety Requirements

DREMC is committed to caring for our members and providing safe, reliable electric service – especially today. DREMC recognizes the seriousness of the situation as they focus on keeping members and employees safe under the strict COVID-19 safety requirements according to local, state and federal officials. DREMC’s authorized personnel continue to work outdoors maintaining power …

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Nissan Producing Headbands and Face Shields for Local Healthcare Workers

In response to Covid-19, Nissan is tapping into their spirit of innovation. At Nissan Smyrna and Decherd, they’re using 3D printing to produce headbands and face shields to donate to local healthcare workers who need protective gear. More than 3,000 face shields have already been completed and Nissan is looking to produce more than 1,000 …

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Coffee County Schools and Manchester City Schools Hosting Mobile Food Pantry

Coffee County Schools and Manchester City Schools are partnering together to host a Drive-Thru Mobile Food Pantry on Friday, April 17th at Coffee County Middle School. A Mobile Food Pantry is a large scale food distribution in which food items are delivered via Second Harvest Food Bank to a designated location for immediate distribution to …

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