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In the Manchester City election, Lonnie Norman won the race for the mayoral seat. Chris Elam, Ryan French and Bob Bellamy garnered the most votes in the alderman race and secured their position on the Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen.

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The Coffee County Central High School released the football schedule for the 2020 season which is as follows.

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With the Rooster’s return to Manchester, the station was able to appeal to the school board for the ability to broadcast Manchester schools athletics. Listeners can tune into longtime radio personality Lucky Knott, as he gives play-by-play for the sporting events in Manchester. Knott serves …

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Social work can be described as a calling not just a career. Manchester City Schools’ social worker, Lou Paschal, has been heading that call for 17 years.

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In the Manchester City election, Lonnie Norman won the race for the mayoral seat. Chris Elam, Ryan French and Bob Bellamy garnered the most votes in the alderman race and secured their position on the Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen.

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UPDATE AUG. 11: At the Aug. 10 board meeting, the Coffee County School Board approved a statement that requires the use of masks in district facilities, said Director of Coffee County Schools Dr. Charles Lawson. 

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The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is 548, as of Aug. 10, according to the department of health. The active cases are 302, 243 people have recovered, three have died.

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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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Coffee County has a total of 522 confirmed COVID-19 cases, as of Aug. 8, according to the department of health. The active cases are 299, and 220 people have recovered. Three deaths have been reported. 

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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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Coffee County has a total of 507 confirmed COVID-19 cases,  as of Aug. 7, according to the department of health. Active cases are 285, and 219 people have recovered. Three deaths have been reported. 

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Manchester City Schools have contacted applicable parents at Westwood Middle School that an individual tested positive for COVID-19.

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COVID-19 has been confirmed inside both Robert E. Lee Elementary School and Tullahoma High School, according to Tullahoma City Schools officials.

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There are now three deaths in Coffee County related to COVID-19, according to the department of health. The number of total confirmed cases is 482, as of Aug. 6. The active cases are 267, and 212 people have recovered. The active cases are 0.47% of the Coffee County population. 

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Nissan of Decherd recently donated 200 face shields for use by the Coffee County Central High School staff.  Maintenance Manager John Prater is pictured at center presenting them to CCCHS administrators.  

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Hunter Hobbs is the sports writer for The Manchester Times. Hobbs joined The Times’ editorial team as a staff writer for sports six months ago.

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Due to the uncertainty of the on-campus college experience this fall, some high school graduates may be considering sitting out this year and waiting on fall 2021 to begin their higher education enrollment. Class of 2024 students who do make that decision could lose $90,000 throughout their …

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Coffee County has a total of 448 confirmed COVID-19 cases, as of Aug. 5, according to the department of health. The number of active cases is 239, and 207 people have recovered. Two people died in Coffee County because of the virus. 

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Charles Lawson, director of Coffee County Schools, issued a statement today (Aug. 5) to provide more information about the closures of Coffee County Middle School and North Coffee Elementary. "The decision to close these two schools was made because Coffee County Schools did not want to brin…

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A Franklin County resident has been taken into custody by Franklin County Sheriff’s Office authorities and charged with criminal homicide, according to Sgt. Chris Guess, public information officer for Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Gov. Bill Lee reversed course Tuesday by announcing that Tennessee will release data on COVID-19 in schools despite initially declaring such information would not be collected by the state.

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Coffee County Schools Transportation Department has announced that all buses will run their normal schedule. The announcement comes as clarification after North Coffee and Coffee County Middle School closed for the remainder of the week.  

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Coffee County Schools is announcing the closure of Coffee County Middle School for the remainder of this week, Aug. 5 through Aug. 7, said Charles Lawson, director of Coffee County Schools.

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Coffee County has a total of 421 confirmed COVID-19 cases, as of Aug. 4, according to the department of health. The number of active cases is 221, and 198 people have recovered. Two deaths have been reported in the county.

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Masks protect people from COVID-19 the same way umbrellas protect them from rain, said Director of Coffee County Emergency Medical Services Michael Bonner.

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We are saddened to announce the cancelation of this year’s White Oak Craft Fair, the Arts Center of Cannon County has announced. 

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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Monday that he had fired the chair of the Tennessee Valley Authority, criticizing the federally owned corporation for hiring foreign workers.