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Tim Hancock, TWRA Coffee County Wildlife Officer and the Coffee County Deer Rally Board regretfully announce that there will not be a Coffee County Deer Rally this year due to the Covid-19. “It was a tough decision,” stated Hancock. “This event has become a traditional event that our youth d…

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In accordance with the current scientific understanding of COVID-19, Tennessee’s Economic Recovery Group issued updated guidance today for businesses and other activities under the Tennessee Pledge. The updates follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and maintai…

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As a National State of Emergency remains in place, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced today the State of Emergency in Tennessee will continue through October with adjustments made to previous executive orders.

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Coffee County has 108 active COVID-19 cases as of Sept. 9, according to the department of health. The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is 848, and 732 people have recovered. There have been eight deaths. 

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The offices at the Coffee County Administrative Plaza will reopen for the public Sept. 9, according to Coffee County Mayor Gary Cordell.

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The active cases in Coffee County are 283, as of Aug. 30, according to the department of health. The active cases are 0.5% of the Coffee County population. Six deaths have been reported and 471 people have recovered. 

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Tullahoma’s newest alderman raised some eyebrows this past week when she refused to wear a mask at her swearing in ceremony and then doubled down on her decision by posting a reference to masks and the Islamic faith to her Facebook account.

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KNOXVILLE ― Based on the operational and financial performance of TVA employees this past year and the continued strength of the Tennessee Valley public power model, the Tennessee Valley Authority Board of Directors took three significant actions at its meeting on Thursday to further extend …

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COVID has impacted rental prices in Manchester and nationally, according to Zumper, an apartment listing site, which reports on rental data in real-time.

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Coffee County has a total of 725 confirmed COVID-19 cases, as of Aug. 26, according to the department of health. The number of active cases is 278, 441 people have recovered, and six people have died. 

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Centerstone, a national leader in behavioral health care based in Nashville, is partnering with the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS) to provide COVID-19 relief in 21 counties across the state, including Coffee County.

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Coffee County has 288 active COVID-19 cases, as Aug. 25, according to the department of health. The department has reported six deaths. The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is 700, and 406 people have recovered.

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The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Coffee County is 691, as of Aug. 23, according to the department of health. The active cases are 321, 365 people have recovered, and five deaths have been reported.

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The CHS football team had a strong showing in their opening game against Franklin on Aug. 22. The team scored on their opening drive in large part due to the efforts of Quarterback Conner Shemwell and Halfback Marshall Haney. The team’s defense was able to keep Franklin from scoring any poin…

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Manchester resident Heather Murchison, mother of Coffee County Central High School student Nico Sanfilippo, has filed a lawsuit against Director of Coffee County Schools Dr. Charles Lawson and the Coffee County Board of Education.

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Five deaths have been reported in Coffee County related to COVID-19. The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Coffee County is 650, as of Aug. 19, according to the department of health. The active cases are 318, 327 people have recovered, and five deaths have been reported. 

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Active cases have increased. The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is 545, as of Aug. 9, according to the department of health. The active cases are 321, and 221 people have recovered. Three deaths have been reported in Coffee County. 

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Barring a change in the trend of increasing active cases, Coffee County Schools is announcing a move to its hybrid schedule on Wednesday, Aug. 12.  Previous announcements have described the hybrid schedule and the letter that was released on July 30 is available under the link titled "Coffee…

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The Tennessee Department of Education and Trevecca University announced a new resource, Bridging the Distance: Family Remote Learning, which is specially designed to help families navigate remote learning and better understand the common tools and programs used by educators. 

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