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Susanne Teonie Rackley is a gas station worker. She works at Par 4 Gas & Variety in Manchester.

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The COVID-19 case count for Tennessee is now 4,138 as of Apr. 7, 2020, including 72 deaths, 408 hospitalizations and 466 recovered, according to the Tennessee Department of Health. 

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Starting this week, Walmart began limiting the number of customers who can be in a store at once, the store announced in a release. Stores will now allow no more than five customers for each 1,000 square feet at a given time, roughly 20% of a store’s capacity. Pictured, Manchester Walmart em…

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A lot has changed in Manchester since 1972. Businesses have moved on, parks have been built, and schools have been relocated. One constant, however, is the J&G Pizza and Steak House restaurant run by Jim and Lisa Rouvelas.

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"We have received a notifcation from the State of Tennessee Health Department that we now have five confirmed Covid-19 cases within Coffee County," said EMA Director Allen Lendley. "We do not have any information beyond this. Due to HIPAA regulations it is only the responsibility of health t…

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The Covid-19 pandemic hit Tennessee abruptly. The swiftness of its arrival left many people in a panic to try and protect themselves and their families from possible infection. Mass purchases of hand sanitizer and medical masks left a large shortage of both in stores and hospitals around the…

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In response to enhanced public health guidance from federal and state authorities, the Tennessee Valley Authority is closing additional public recreation areas, including Normandy, to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

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Tennessee’s turkey hunting season will open Saturday as scheduled and public lands controlled by the TWRA will remain open, according to Chairman of the Tennessee Wildlife Commission, Kurt Holbert.

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Manchester resident Jessica Meeks, who works as a nurse at the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department, is not taking care of people only when she’s on the clock. When she leaves work, she goes to check on her elderly neighbors to make sure they are well and have everything they need.

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Centerstone, a national leader in behavioral health care, is fully operational and continuing to serve clients and communities during the coronavirus pandemic. To reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure at this time, almost all appointments are being conducted via telehealth (tele-video and tel…

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Franklin County has had one person die from complications related to the coronavirus, according to information provided by Southern Tennessee Regional Health System-Winchester/Sewanee.

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U-Haul Company of Tennessee has announced that Stones River Storage has signed on as a U-Haul® neighborhood dealer to serve the Woodbury community.

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Coffee County residents Janice and Donnie Qualls have been housebound for several weeks because of Donnie’s weak immune system. But thanks to the kindness of the community, they’ve had everything they need.