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Tennessee Now in Hot-Bed for New COVID-19 Cases, White House Coronavirus Task Force Gives Advice

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Friday, July 17. The health department reported 2,279 new cases, bringing the state to 73,819 total cases. TDH also confirmed 19 additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 815 total deaths. Out of the confirmed positive cases, 42,734 have recovered. Tennessee currently …

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Lawsuit says the City of Manchester Violated Pollution Discharge Permit

Tennessee Riverkeeper, Inc. has filed a lawsuit under the Clean Water Act, against the City of Manchester for violations of the CWA and Manchester’s pollution discharge permit. This is according to published report from our news partner, The Manchester Times. Tennessee Riverkeeper say that the Manchester Sewage Treatment Plant has had 336 violations within the past …

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Replay of Political Forum Thursday at 6pm on 93.9 The Duck… Everyday Joe Show back on Thursday Nights at 7:30ish

Last week Rooster 101.5 conducted a political forum from the Manchester/Coffee Conference Center in conjunction with the Manchester Times and The Tullahoma News. Thursday (July 16) 93.9 The Duck will replay the event beginning at 6pm. The Everyday Joe Show will return to the Rooster at its regular time 7:30ish on Thursday night.

2 Deaths Reported at McMinnville Nursing Facility

We have another COVID-19 death to report at NHC of McMinnville where a cluster outbreak of at 37 cases have been reported. This is the second death reported this week at this facility.  22 patients tested positive for COVID and are being treated at the facility. 13 employees have tested positive. An additional three team …

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Tennessee COVID-19 Update for Wednesday July 15, 2020

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Wednesday, July 15. The health department reported 2,273 new cases, bringing the state to 69,061 total cases. TDH also confirmed 16 additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 783 total deaths. Out of the confirmed positive cases, 39,857 have recovered. Tennessee currently …

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New COVID-19 Cases Continue to Rise Across Tennessee

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Tuesday, July 14. The health department reported 1,514 new cases, bringing the state to 66,788 total cases. TDH also confirmed 18 additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 767 total deaths. Out of the confirmed positive cases, 38,272 have recovered. Tennessee is …

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Sonic Remained Closed Tuesday in McMinnville

Sonic of McMinnville was closed again on Tuesday after they were notified an employee tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday. Management made the decision to immediately close.They were not required to close, but they did because of the safety of employees and customers. Sonic has brought in a crew to deep clean the store inside …

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Record High for New COVID-19 Cases in 24 Hour Period in Tennessee

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Monday, July 13. The health department reported 3,314 new cases, bringing the state to a total of 65,274 total cases, a 5% day-to-day increase since Sunday. TDH also confirmed eight additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 749 total deaths. Out of …

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More Job-Seeking Tennesseans Eye Career Certifications

Millions of jobs across the U.S. have vanished in the months since the coronavirus pandemic began, and many Tennesseans may have to gain new skills, or refresh the ones they have, to stay afloat. New research from Lumina Foundation finds more workers in the state are completing industry certifications. Carol Puryear, president of the Tennessee …

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