Tullahoma Utilities Authority Lobby No Longer Open

Tullahoma Utilities Authority lobby will no longer be open to customers or visitors due to COVID-19 concerns. For those who need to change service or obtain new service, please call 931-455-4515 and select option 1. Customer service will make sure that you have the correct documents and provide additional direction. These services are available 7:30am-4:30pm …

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Doctor Confirms Case of Cornovirus in Grundy County

In a story we reported first; On Target News spoke with Dr. Jay Trussler and he has confirmed that Covid-19 has hit Grundy County. Dr. Trussler says the lab positive case of the Coronavirus was confirmed on Friday. The doctor is advising everyone to assume it is everywhere. Dr. Trussler operates facilities in Manchester and …

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Covid-19 Case Confirmed in Franklin County

Franklin County Emergency Management reported on Sunday morning that the TN Department of Health confirms that Franklin County has its first confirmed case of the COVID-19 virus. The patient is currently being treated Southern Tennessee Medical Center and in isolation. The health department is in the process of notifying those people who may have been …

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Sewanee Children’s Center Changes Information, Now Reports Parent Not Positive, Yet

Last week we reported that a parent of child that was at the Sewanee Children’s Center had tested positive for the Coronavirus. The SCC director immediately called the local and state health authorities once she was notified on March 19, 2020. The SCC director also notified the schools parents and teachers as well as the …

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UPDATE-Coronavirus Cases Rise to Over 500 in Tennessee–Gov Lee Issues New Executive Order

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Sunday. The update brings the total number of people infected in the state to 505. Davidson County now has 167 confirmed cases and two people have died. These cases do not include the case in Grundy County that was confirmed …

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Protecting Mental Health in Era of Coronavirus

As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise, so does anxiety. Health professionals say social distancing, frequent hand washing for 20 seconds with hot, soapy water, and staying at home if you feel sick are especially critical to protecting the state’s vulnerable populations. Tom Starling, CEO of Mental Health America of the MidSouth, said …

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Officer Involved Shooting in Franklin County

At the request of 12th District Attorney General Michael Taylor, TBI Agents are investigating the circumstances leading to an officer-involved shooting that occurred in Franklin County. Preliminary information indicates that at approximately 11:15 Friday night, a deputy with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and an officer with the Winchester Police Department were involved in a …

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Prom Delayed at CCCHS–Schools Remain Closed

Coffee County High School Principal Paul Parsley has announced that the school’s prom in April has been postponed until further notice. Mr. Parsley said because of the Covid-19 threat and ticket sales set to begin on Monday, a delay was called for. All schools across the state remain closed until at least through March 31, …

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All Motlow Classes will be Online Only beginning Monday

The following is a message to ALL Motlow College students. There is much news to share with you. Online: First, the decision is official, we will be online-only for the rest of the Spring semester D2L: Second, it’s time for you to log-on and check D2L. Make sure you can access all of your classes …

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Class Plans and More at MTSU

A significant challenge is facing MTSU as a result of the COVID-19 situation. School leaders are balancing the need to comply with state and federal officials to limit personnel in the workplace with their need to protect University operations. While this has caused them to limit or adjust some of the services they offer, they …

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