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People Love Tennessee Campsites during Coronavirus

Camping at Tennessee’s state parks is reaching historic highs during the coronavirus pandemic. State parks saw more than 62,000 camping nights sold in October, a one-month record for camping stays in the parks system, the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation said in a news release. That number eclipses the mark of more than 57,000 …

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Hunters Can Donate Deer to Help Feed Families

Hunting season is under way. And for the holidays, hunters can help families who have been economically hard-hit by the pandemic put food on the table by donating whole deer. One in 7 Tennesseans struggles with food insecurity, and the COVID-19 recession is expected to worsen the situation for years to come. Matt Simcox heads …

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Coronavirus is Raging Locally and throughout the State

The Tennessee Department of Health reported 8,213 new cases of COVID-19 and 62 deaths in the state on Wednesday. The new case total is a new record for a 24-hour period. The Department of Health reports that there are currently 40,940 active cases, 5,171 deaths and 2,605 Tennesseans currently hospitalized, which is also a new record. …

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Road Rage and Drugs lead to Female’s Arrest

Earlier this week, the Tennessee Highway Patrol issued a be on the lookout (BOLO) for a possible road rage incident involving shots fired on I-24 in Marion County. Trooper Donnie Clark spotted the suspect vehicle on I-24 in Grundy County, and with assistance from other units, immediately conducted a traffic stop. Upon contact, troopers detected …

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Visitation at Grundy County Jail put on hold

As a precautionary measure to protect staff members, inmates and the public from COVID-19 the Grundy County Jail has suspended inmate visitation until further notice. Additionally, to limit traffic in the sheriff’s department lobby, Sheriff Clint Shrum is asking if you need general assistance to call 931-692-2428 or 931-692-3466. If you must enter the lobby …

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Dustin Lynch and others Helping Tullahoma Daycare

A performance by country music artist Dustin Lynch and other local musicians, along with a virtual home tour will highlight “Caroling for Kids: A Virtual Fundraiser” to benefit the Tullahoma Day Care Center. “Since the popular holiday tour of homes had to be cancelled this year, we wanted to give everyone something as a way …

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Bedford County Schools going All Virtual

Beginning Thursday, December 10, 2020, all Bedford County Schools will transition to virtual learning through December 18, 2020, due to increasing student and staff cases of COVID-19 and mandatory quarantines. Bedford County Schools will open and dismiss as normally scheduled on Wednesday, December 9, 2020. This will serve as a day for students to get …

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Tennessee COVID-19 Update for Tuesday December 8, 2020

Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 6,019 additional cases and of COVID-19 across the state on Tuesday, December 8. The state set a new record high for deaths in a 24-hour period with 100 reported on Tuesday. Tennessee set a new record high for current COVID hospitalizations on Tuesday with 2,566. Area county active cases/deaths: Bedford …

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Law Enforcement issues Scam Warning

Law enforcement officials are warning everyone to be aware that another scam is going round. The Coffee County Sheriff’s Department (CCSD) reports that citizens have been receiving phone calls from people posing as members of the Social Security Administration. These callers are telling the recipients that their social security number has been used and/or compromised …

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$25,000 Donation from DREMC and TVA going to Area Chambers

Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) is facilitating a $25,000 contribution to support local economies, with $12,500 being contributed by DREMC and a matching $12,500 donation provided by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). Several chambers of commerce have been awarded funding. These include the Franklin County Chamber and the Manchester Chamber. Additional recipients will be …

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