Local Teacher Nominated for Special Honor

The Ponce Law Firm in Nashville believes that when teachers go above and beyond to watch over and help the children in their care learn and grow, they deserve to be recognized. On May 5 the firm will announce the winners of their favorite teacher contest. Your favorite teacher could win up to $500! One …

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Refrigerated Trucks Ready to Deploy

Tennessee Emergency Management Agency is heading up a difficult task. They are working to deploy refrigerated trucks across the state in anticipation of the possibility of a large amount of COVID-19 deaths. Vanderbilt University Medical Center, using Tennessee-specific data, projects Tennessee might not hit its peak until mid-June.

What’s the difference between Coronavirus and Allergies?

• Both coronavirus and allergies can cause sneezing, but allergies cause more sneezing fits (usually, only 1-2 sneezes at a time with viral infections). • Allergies cause a lot more itching. Viral infections don’t cause itching of the eyes, nose and ears. • Both coronavirus and allergies can cause a dry cough, but a dry …

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United Way of Hwy 55 Offers Opportunity to Help Others during these Difficult Times

United Way of Highway 55 serves the citizens of Coffee, Moore, and Warren Counties by increasing access to education, income, health, and essentials. The Give program is the heartbeat of their office. The United Way works hard to raise money our deserving local nonprofits that exhibit success in supplying our community access to education, income, …

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Medical Professionals and Fire Departments now say Do NOT Microwave Homemade Cloth Masks

We reported recently that Dr. James Hildreth with Meharry Medical College in Nashville was recommending how to sanitize homemade masks that people are using to help prevent the Coronavirus. He said that if your mask was made out of cloth, wash it with soap and water. Hildreth said you can then place it in a …

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How to Track Your Coronavirus Stimulus Check

According to a release from the U.S. Department of Treasury and the IRS, they plan to launch the “Get My Payment” web application this week. This will allow users to track your Coronavirus stimulus check. The release said that the web application is free and it will be found at IRS.gov. The app will allow …

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Motlow Librarian Named 2020 Community College Staff Member of the Year

Sharon Kay Edwards, Motlow McMinnville campus branch librarian, was selected as the 2020 Community College Staff Member of the Year in the second annual Statewide Outstanding Achievement Recognition (SOAR) Awards during the recent Tennessee Board of Regents quarterly meeting. Edwards said she loves finding information for students, faculty and others, helping them learn to find …

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Over 5,000 Covid-19 Cases and Over 100 Deaths in Tennessee

The COVID-19 case count for Tennessee is now 5,132 as of April 11, 2020, including 106 deaths, 556 hospitalizations and 1,386 recovered. These numbers were updated as of Saturday at 6pm. For county by county information, click on the picture to the left. Questions or need assistance? Call the Public Information Line at (833) 556-2476.

Motlow College Foundation Creates Fund to Help Students in Need

Motlow College Foundation created a new fund to help students. The new fund is called Motlow Cares and the money will be used to help students with urgent needs in 4 specific areas as long as funding is available: • Utility bills • Rent • Food needs • Internet access to support class attendance Registration …

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For the First Time in History All 50 States and D.C. Issued Major Disaster Declaration

On Saturday, President Trump issued a major disaster declaration for Wyoming, meaning that there is now such a declaration within all 50 states due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is the first time a president has ever declared a major disaster in all 50 states at once. On Saturday afternoon the United States confirmed 519,453 …

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