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Tullahoma City Schools moving to Weekly Covid-19 Updates

During the start of the 2021-22 school year, Tullahoma City Schools began monitoring COVID-19 cases at each campus inside the district. That information became public and was reported daily on the TCS Dashboard.  Two months into the 2022-23 school year, the district has had a minimal number of COVID-19 cases. As a result, daily information …

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Update Shootout on I-24 in Coffee County; Two Injured including State Trooper

TBI special agents are investigating the circumstances leading to an officer-involved shooting Thursday night in Coffee County. Preliminary information indicates that around 11:00 p.m., Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers stopped a vehicle traveling westbound on I-24 in Coffee County. At some point during that stop, the vehicle drove off. The driver fired shots from his vehicle, …

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Wartrace helping boy who lost hand in Mowing Accident

Last week we reported that a 5-year-old Wartrace boy lost a hand on Sept. 7 night after falling off a riding lawn mower he was on with his mother. Now, the town of Watrace is stepping up to help Zayden Bomar. The town is collecting gift cards and other donations that can be dropped off …

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Food Pantry for families with students in either Manchester City or Coffee Co. Schools

Coffee County and Manchester City school systems in partnership with First Baptist Church will host a Mobile Food Pantry for Friday, September 16, 2022. This program is for families who have a student enrolled in Coffee County Schools or Manchester City Schools. The event will be held at the church in Manchester, 1006 Hillsboro Blvd. …

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TN Officials Work to Separate ‘Fact from Fiction’ on Fentanyl

Tennessee state data showed in 2020, more than 3,000 Tennesseans died of drug overdoses, a 45% jump in deaths from 2019 and the largest yearly increase on record. Edmond Strickling, a police officer and member of the Police Activities League in Nashville, said there is an abundance of misinformation on fentanyl. He explained overdoses occur when …

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Bedford County Mayor Proclaims September as Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

Bedford County Mayor Chad Graham signed a proclamation Tuesday recognizing September as Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network volunteer Nora Fielding joined Graham for the signing.  Suicide is the ninth-leading cause of all deaths in Tennessee, the second-leading cause of death among youth ages of 10 to 14 as well as young adults ages 25-34 …

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Motlow is Leader of Student Engagement on Mental Health

Motlow State Community College understands the importance of supporting the mental health needs of students. Awareness of mental health needs continues to grow and Motlow actively combats stigma surrounding those asking for help. “Approximately one of every five people are said to have some type of mental health issue, and college students are no different,” …

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New Data Indicates TN’s Kids Struggling with Mental Health

An increasing number of Tennessee kids are experiencing chronic anxiety and depression, according to new data from the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The latest Kids Count Data Book shows one in 10 kids in the state was diagnosed with anxiety and depression in 2020, an 8% increase since 2016. Kylie Graves, communication and policy specialist for the …

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Unity Medical Center Opens New Location for Rural Health Clinic

Unity Medical Center in Manchester held a ribbon cutting and open house at Manchester Rural Health Clinic on Wednesday. Doctors, hospital officials and Manchester Chamber members were on hand to celebrate their new location at 482 Interstate Drive. This was done to merge all the various services into one building. Patients can call 931-728-4718 for …

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“Handle with Care” program started in Bedford County

Recently Bedford County Schools partnered with the Shelbyville Police Department, the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office TN and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation for “Handle with Care” training conducted by the TBI. The program promotes safe & supportive homes, schools and communities that protect children and help traumatized children heal and thrive.

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