For those who enter Vanderbilt Tullahoma-Harton Hospital, they’ll see new signs around the hospital that reminds everyone, patient and staff, that they are in this together and thanks them for their patience and understanding.
Vanderbilt Tullahoma-Harton Hospital heroes (physicians, staff and department leaders) are continuing to provide high quality care to their patients. The hospital and these heroes strongly urge those who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 to get vaccinated, continue to social distance…
A monoclonal antibody cocktail against the COVID-19 virus discovered at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and developed by AstraZeneca reduced the risk of symptoms in a study of immunocompromised and chronically ill adults later exposed to the virus by 77%, the company announced today.
As the school district continues to monitor the ongoing COVID-19 situation, Tullahoma City Schools Director of Schools Catherine Stephens announced the creation of a daily dashboard for COVID statistics at all eight school campuses.
Tennessee hospitals are once again asking for support from our communities in combatting the COVID-19 pandemic. Every hospital in our state is experiencing capacity issues due to the surge in COVID patients. All ICU beds are currently full in most hospitals in every major metropolitan area o…
As a result of Gov. Bill Lee’s executive order, the Tennessee Board of Regents has issued a recommendation to colleges to encourage faculty, students and staff to wear masks in indoor settings where social distancing is not possible.
Arnold Air Force Base commander Col. Jeffrey Geraghty held a virtual town hall via Facebook Live this past week to talk to the community about what is happening at the base.
With the Motlow State fall semester scheduled to begin Aug. 23, students and faculty will return to campuses with the hope of experiencing a traditional on-ground academic year. After 18 months of predominantly online and hybrid classes, students and faculty will return to campus under a fac…
Bonnaroo has announced patrons will be required to show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID test within 72 hours of entry to the festival this year.
Due to positive COVID-19 cases being detected, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is requesting that anyone wishing to conduct business do so by telephone, according to a press release.
In an effort to allay concerns about the COVID-19 vaccines among certain community members, including people of color, the Community Council for Diversity and Inclusion put on a special town hall-style panel of experts from Vanderbilt University Medical Center to provide information and answ…
When the Tennessee National Guard needed volunteers to help Tennessee’s Department of Health fight the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of soldiers and airmen volunteered. One soldier that immediately answered the call was Sgt. Jessie James, a motor transport operator with Tullahoma’s 1175th Tra…
Blood Assurance, local non-profit blood supplier, has suspended convalescent plasma collections and COVID-19 antibody testing due to increased vaccine rates, already having a healthy stockpile for patients in need, and the increased demand for all other blood donations such as whole blood, p…
The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is once again partnering with The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee to provide needed support so Tennessee’s child care agencies can remain open and operational during the COVID-19 pandemic. Approximately $15 million in grant assistanc…
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought overwhelming grief to many families and the Federal Emergency Management Agency will be offering assistance soon to offer financial assistance in the way funeral expenses for those who have lost loved ones do to COVID-19.
If you are an adult and you want to get the COVID vaccine, you will be able to regardless of age or physical issues by April 5.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, children’s hospitals across the United States have seen signification reductions in the number of children being treated for common pediatric illnesses like asthma and pneumonia, according to a new multicenter study led by Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at …
Last year was a struggle for so many businesses and nonprofits. It was the year of challenge, change, and unknown.
The Tennessee Department of Health's latest report shows COVID-19 cases are continuing to drop in Coffee County. Out of 6,294 total cases, there are 115 active cases, 6,065 cases considered inactive/recovered and 114 deaths.
In a recent survey by the U.S. Small Business Administration, 46.09% of workers are employed at small businesses in the the micropolitan area of Tullahoma-Manchester. Read more here.
Teachers and those aged 65 and older can begin receiving COVID-19 vaccines Monday, Feb. 22, according to state health officials.
- Black History Month zooms in with workshops
- Walmart now offers COVID vaccine to those eligible
- MIS-C cases rise in children as COVID cases fall
- Lynchburg Nursing Center residents get second dose
- EMS out the door in under 60 seconds
- Gov. Lee delivers State of the State address
- Feb. 8 COVID-19 Update
- COVID vaccines offered to 70 and above
- COVID-19 claims 100th victim in Coffee County
- COVID scammer uses police name for con
- Red Cross puts out call for blood
- County gets $835K in coronavirus aid
- Burglar pillages Good Samaritan
- Feb. 1 COVID-19 Update
- Court extends in-person suspension through March
- City phases back in as COVID numbers decline
- Combating COVID isolation seminar Jan. 28
- Library goes curbside again
- Girl Scouts innovate during pandemic
- Jan. 25 COVID-19 Update
- Organizations navigate through pandemic
- Jan. 22 COVID-19 Update
- Hands-On Science Center offers kits
- Morning Pointe begins COVID-19 inoculations
- Chamber Coffee off the table this month
- Court extends in-person suspension through March
- Dollar General offers dollars for vaccination
- Pandemic leaves EMS understaffed
- Dramatic development: Tullahoma hauls in major theatrical awards
- Motlow plans return to campus this fall
- Jan.15 COVID-19 Update
- Jan. 13 COVID-19 Update
- Franklin County Schools issue partial mask mandate
- County to resume limited vaccinations on Wednesday
- Jan. 12 COVID-19 Update
- Jan. 11 COVID-19 Update
- County has COVID vaccine shortage
- Jan. 8 COVID-19 Update
- Jan. 6 COVID-19 Update
- AEDC didn’t let COVID Grinch steal Christmas
- Left out in the cold
- Jan. 5 COVID-19 Update
- Jan. 4 COVID-19 Update
- Dec. 30 COVID-19 Update
- Dec. 29 COVID-19 Update
- Dec. 28 COVID-19 Update
- Dec. 23 COVID-19 Update
- Governor extends state of emergency
- State health department launches COVID-19 vaccination reporting dashboard
- County up to 60 COVID-19 deaths