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TDOT will Halt All Lane Closure Activity on Interstates and State Highways beginning Wednesday

Thanksgiving travelers will not be delayed by construction on Tennessee roads during this holiday. TDOT will halt all lane closure activity on interstates and state highways in anticipation of higher traffic volumes across the state. All construction related lane closures will be stopped beginning at noon on Wednesday, November 25, 2020 through 6:00 a.m. on …

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Coffee County Mayor Gary Cordell releases statement on COVID-19 cases in Coffee County

Coffee County Mayor Gary Cordell has released a similar statement to that of the Bedford County Mayor regarding the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in Coffee County. For the past few weeks, COVID cases have been on the rise, both nationally and in Coffee County. We have lost 38 (updated as of Friday afternoon) people to …

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Bedford County Mayor issues statement about the Uptick in COVID-19 Cases and Deaths

Bedford County Mayor Chad Graham says that for the past few weeks, COVID cases have been on the rise, both nationally and in Bedford County. We have lost two dozen people to this disease, and many more have been seriously ill, taxing the health care system and creating financial and emotional hardships for a number …

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Tullahoma forms Community Council for Diversity and Inclusion

Tullahoma Mayor Ray Knowis announces the formation of a study committee to further discuss the merits of establishing the Community Council for Diversity and Inclusion, proposed by Alderman Rupa Blackwell, as either an agency of the City or as an independent, non-profit organization. The study committee is tasked with meeting to consider the benefits and …

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Manchester Public Hearing concerning Grant for New Lighting at City Ballfields

Manchester Parks and Recreation Department will hold a Public Meeting, Tuesday November 17, 2020 at 6:00pm at the Ada Wright Building to discuss a Local Parks and Recreation Fund Grant Application from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.   The proposed project is to replace lights on three baseball fields and three softball fields. …

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SNAP Recipients May Have More Benefits Than They Realize

By Patty Sellars, Legal Aid Society The COVID-19 pandemic has caused upheaval to the lives of almost everyone, but the effects have been most pronounced among lower-income people. Here in Tennessee, many residents who might have just been getting by have found their work hours cut, or their positions eliminated entirely, since stay-at-home orders began …

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Mask Mandate back on in Warren County

In a press release Thursday, Warren County Executive Jimmy Haley with his COVID-19 Preparedness Team said that he has signed Executive Order No. 3. This re-issues the facemask mandate in the City of McMinnville and Warren Co. to protect the safety and security of residents and also with the hospital at a critical capacity level …

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Tennessee Guard has helped conduct Over 500,000 COVID-19 Tests

The Tennessee National Guard has conducted more than 500,000 COVID-19 tests since the pandemic started.  On March 23, the governor requested 250 Soldiers and Airmen from the Tennessee National Guard to stop the spread of COVID-19. Since the pandemic started, more than 500 Soldiers and Airmen are helping support Tennessee’s fight against the virus.  Soldiers and Airmen …

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Manchester Police Officers Honored

Earlier this year local businessman Jay Kalvala, owner of the Sleep Inn, and former Manchester Alderman Gene Holmes paired up to work on a project to show support of officers at the Manchester Police Department. On Tuesday, they honored the late Chris Patterson who was a captain with the department when he unfortunately passed away …

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Changes to the Annual Toy Drive in Tullahoma

The Tullahoma Fire Department is accepting donations for their annual Toy Drive. Due to COVID, toys are not being accepted this year. They only accepting a monetary (cash or check) donation to create a Merry Christmas for the kids of Tullahoma! Make checks payable to the Tullahoma Fire Department Toy Drive and drop it or …

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