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More Problems for Bedford County Schools due to COVID-19

Due to the number of quarantined and positive cases (both students and staff), Shelbyville Central High School will transitioned to all virtual classes yesterday, November 12th. They will remain all virtual through the Thanksgiving break and return to school on Monday, November 30th. Harris Middle School continues to have a large number of cases with their faculty …

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Warren County High School and Middle School Moving to Remote Learning

According to a Facebook post Warren County High School and Middle School have seen a rapid increase in positive COVID-19 cases among students. The two schools will move to remote learning beginning Thursday. This shift to online learning is part of the district’s COVID-19 learning plan. The post noted other schools may also move to …

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Mobile Food Pantry is Friday in Manchester

Coffee County and Manchester City school systems in partnership with First Baptist Church are hosting a Mobile Food Pantry for Friday, November 13th. This event will be held at First Baptist Church of Manchester (1006 Hillsboro Blvd). The drive thru event starts at 9am and is a first come, first serve opportunity. This program is …

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Special Olympics Torch Run announcement in Manchester begins Statewide Event

The Manchester Police Department announced on Monday their involvement in raising awareness and funds for Special Olympics. Chief Mark Yother is the chairman of a group of chiefs that are working together on this project. Yother’s daughter Ami Shedd works in the special needs department at Westwood. Yother explained that a torch run will take …

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Motlow College’s involvement with National Apprenticeship Week Now-Nov. 14

Ninety-four percent of apprentices who complete an apprenticeship program retain employment with an average annual salary of $70,000 (Apprenticeship.gov). In celebration of National Apprenticeship Week Nov. 8-14, Motlow State Community College announces three new apprenticeship opportunities on the horizon. Focusing on its 11-county service area’s specific needs, Motlow is actively developing apprenticeships for the nursery …

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Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) McMinnville Cosmetology moving to Main Campus

Since the fall of 2019 the Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) McMinnville cosmetology students have met at Coffee County High School. A new state-of-the-art cosmetology program will open in January 2021 at the McMinnville campus. During a recent meeting of the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR), they approved TCAT McMinnville’s expansion of its existing …

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CCCHS Students to Feed Veterans

Students at Coffee County Central High School will be distributing free “take & bake” pizzas to veterans on Veterans Day, November 11, from 11:30 AM to 2 PM. The event is sponsored by the school’s FCCLA (Family Career and Community Leaders of America) Club. Under the leadership of Becki Louden and Angela Neal, FCCLA Advisors …

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Tennessee Promise Scholarship Application Deadline Extended to Dec. 1

The Tennessee Higher Education Commission and Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation (THEC/TSAC) has announced that the deadline to apply for the Tennessee Promise scholarship will be extended from November 2, 2020 to December 1, 2020. Tennessee Promise is a scholarship and mentoring program focused on increasing the number of students who attend college in Tennessee. It …

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Manchester VFW Names Essay Winners

Each year, the Manchester Veterans of Foreign Wars All-American Post 10904 hosts two essay competitions for area students. The Patriot’s Pen contest gives students in grades 6-8 a chance to win their share of more than $1.4 million in state and national awards. Each first-place state winner receives a minimum of $500; the national first place …

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