The Coffee County Health Department announced today it is offering walk-in options for individuals to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Appointments are still available but not required.
The Coffee County Health Department is expanding vaccine eligibility and offering extended hours to increase access to COVID-19 vaccination in the community.
Coffee County Schools administered vaccines to all willing staff members at Coffee County Central High School on Feb. 25 and 26, the district announced Friday. Coffee County Schools anticipates administering the second dose on March 25 and 26. Director, Coffee County Schools Dr. Charles Law…
Tennessee will begin registering Tennesseans aged 65 and older and those in Phase 1b of the state’s COVID-19 Vaccination Plan COVID-19 for vaccinations on Feb. 22, the state health department announced Tuesday.Phase 1b includes staff members of kindergarten through 12th grade schools and chi…
Coffee County has received $835,500 from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, according to Coffee County Director of Accounts and Budgets Marianna Edinger.
My column concerning our “Will you take the vaccine” poll left me with conclusion that the coronavirus conspiracies are too broad to address in one story. From Bill Gates and nanotech to Walmart and Chinese communist, these conspiracies would be entertaining if not for the misinformation tha…
Coffee County currently has limited vaccine availability. Currently the County is vaccinating those 75 and older and those involved in a medical setting and those involved with children. Vaccines are being given out at the Coffee County fair grounds Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. As of today…
Over 750 Soldiers and Airmen with the Tennessee National Guard are part of a 25,000 member National Guard task force supporting the 59th Presidential Inauguration and assisting with security for the U.S. Capitol and other Federal properties in Washington, D.C.
The Tennessee Supreme Court on Jan. 15 an order extending the suspension of most in-person hearings to March 31, 2021.
Overwhelmed because of the COVID-19 pandemic and understaffed, Coffee County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) has not transported patients outside of the county.
The Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen discussed on Jan. 5 a resolution regarding the spending freeze for the city. When the budget for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 was approved several months ago, BOMA implemented a spending freeze. The board decided on Jan. 5 to continue with the freeze and p…
Motlow State Community College leadership plans a return to on-campus instruction and activities by Fall 2021. The plan is contingent upon the status and spread of the Covid-19 virus. Leadership will make the final determination of the College’s on-ground Fall 2021 plan later this summer. Cu…
Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced a new digital tool to help inform Tennesseans when they will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
With the increase in remote working across the country many Americans have began to move away from bigger metro areas like Nashville into towns. According to a Lendingtree study, Nashville has the third most people moving away from the city, and the areas that are the most popular to move to…
Tennessee to begin age-based vaccination
BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee wants to make members aware that it will cover the administration cost for all coronavirus vaccines that receive Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval and emergency use authorization.
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee today announced a call for the Tennessee General Assembly to convene for a special legislative session on January 19, 2021 to address urgent issues facing Tennessee students and schools in the 2021-22 school year.
- Covid-19 update Dec. 21
- Recreation Complex implements changes
- First COVID-19 vaccines administered in Coffee County
- Lee signs order to limit indoor public gatherings to 10 people
- Covid-19 update for Dec. 19 and Dec. 20
- Sheriff’s Department to do non-emergency reports over the phone due to COVID-19
- First Lady Maria Lee tests positive for COVID-19
- Covid-19 update Dec. 18
- New York Times figures may be misleading, require further reading
- Tennessee expects to receive initial allocation of 115,000 doses of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine
- Coffee County government buildings close due to rising numbers in COVID-19 cases
- Covid-19 update Dec. 17
- Autumn Oaks shares plans for COVID-19 vaccinations
- Covid-19 update Dec. 16
- Manchester City to begin New Year with at-home schedule
- Parks and Recreation officials urge community members to wear masks
- Covid-19 update for Dec. 15
- Covid-19 update Dec. 14
- Remote Learning Renewal Information available
- State Department of Health receives first shipment of vaccine
- Covid-19 update Dec. 13
- Covid-19 update Dec. 12
- Coffee County Health Department changes drive through testing days beginning December 21
- Covid-19 update Dec. 11
- Covid-19 update Dec. 10
- Covid-19 update Dec. 9
- Covid-19 update Dec. 8
- Covid-19 update Dec. 7
- Free COVID-19 testing continues through year
- Covid-19 update Dec. 6
- Covid-19 update Dec. 5
- Covid-19 update for Dec. 4
- Covid-19 update for Dec. 3
- Covid-19 update Dec. 2
- Covid-19 update Dec. 1
- COVID-19 emotional support line available for Tennessee educators
- Covid-19 update Nov. 30
- Thank you, CCS IT Department!
- Covid-19 update Nov. 29
- Covid-19 update Nov. 28
- Covid-19 update Nov. 27
- Covid-19 update for Nov. 26
- Covid-19 update Nov. 24
- Covid-19 update Nov. 24
- Third Quarter 2020 economic indicators report shows signs of economic recovery
- Covid-19 update Nov. 23
- Parks and Recreation closes bathrooms in parks due to COVID-19
- Covid-19 update Nov. 22
- Covid-19 update for Nov. 21
- Motlow State adds thermal temperature scanners on all campuses