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Legislators File Bill to Drop End-of-Course Testing and waive 80 Classroom Day Requirement

After severe tornado damage and the COVID-19 outbreak in Tennessee, state lawmakers are working to help students and teachers get through the school year. Legislators filed a bill that would drop end-of-course testing and waive the requirement of 180 classroom instruction days for the 2019-2020 school year. The Senate bill was filed Tuesday – the …

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A Letter from Tullahoma Mayor Lane Curlee

If you are a Tullahoma business owner or manager; how has the Coronavirus affected your business? What steps have you taken? What additional steps do you anticipate taking? I will not share your responses with the public, just as an aggregate community situation. Are you aware of any specific actions the city government, the community, …

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Coffee County Government Buildings and Offices Closed to the Public

In an effort to help with the COVID-19 Pandemic, Coffee County Government buildings and offices are closed to the public. This will include all Offices at Coffee County Administrative Plaza, The Public Libraries, and all other county buildings unless otherwise listed in this release. The exceptions to this will be Coffee County Sheriff’s Department and …

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Motlow Increases Pandemic Status to Level III

Motlow State announced on Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at 4:30 p.m., it is moving to Pandemic Alert Level III. Decreasing human-to-human exposure to, and preventing the spread of, the Covid-19 Coronavirus serves as the chief goal of the decision. The college must do all it can to protect the health and safety of the faculty …

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Manchester and Coffee County Animal Shelter is Closed Due to COVID-19

Until further notice, the City of Manchester and Coffee County Animal Shelter will be closed to the public due to the COVID-19 outbreak. At this time, only emergency situations will be addressed. Adoptions, owner surrenders, and other non-emergent business will be postponed until reopening. If you have a problem with a stray or another urgent …

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Moore County issues plans for dealing with Coronavirus and Helping Those in Need

IMPORTANT UPDATE on Metro Moore County’s Government offices and Services 1. All EMERGENCY SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE 2. METRO MOORE HEALTH FACILITY – 931-759-4251 – The Tennessee Department of Health has asked to be exempt from all county closures. They will make sure their services are available to the public. As of now- all offices in …

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Dollar General Changes Hours and will Help Senior Citizens

Dollar General Corporation has announced plans to dedicate the first hour of each shopping day to senior shoppers, as well as amend store operating hours. Dollar General is strongly encouraging that the first hour of operations each day be dedicated solely for the shopping needs of senior customers, who are one of the groups most …

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Dinner Show Theaters Close in Sevier County

Several popular dinner show theaters in Sevier County in East Tennessee will close until May as greater public precautions are taken amidst the coronavirus pandemic. World Choice Investments, the owners of The Comedy Barn Theater, Dolly Parton’s Stampede, Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud, Pirates Voyage and Smoky Mountain Opry, will close the dinner shows until …

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