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Is it a Cold, Flu, Allergies or COVID-19? Know the Symptoms

 

Urgent CareNashville, TN – Many ailments such as a cold, allergies, flu and COVID-19 Coronavirus share similar symptoms. Under ordinary circumstances, people struggle to decide if they should call a health provider when they or other family members feel sick. But COVID-19 Coronavirus has complicated the situation this year.

Urgent Team lists symptoms for COVID-19, Cold, Flue and Allergies.

Urgent Team lists symptoms for COVID-19, Cold, Flue and Allergies.

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TSSAA announces Schools can begin contact during practice effective immediately

 

Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA)Hermitage, TN – Executive Order No. 55, first announced this past Tuesday, was signed by Tennessee Governor Bill Lee today, July 31st, 2020, making contact during practice now permissible in the sports of football and girls’ soccer. Other fall sports, including golf, cross country, and volleyball were not affected by the State of Emergency Order that prohibited contact sports.

Although contact practice is now permissible, the regulations and requirements for practice and competition adopted by the Board of Control at their July 22nd meeting are still in place for all sports and must be followed.

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TSSAA adopts COVID-19 regulations, Fall Sports contingency plans

 

Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA)Murfreesboro, TN – Convening its Board of Control Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020 in Murfreesboro, the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) approved measures to outline the potential for a nearly complete football and girls’ soccer season.

The league also adopted unanimously its COVID-19 Coronavirus guidelines and procedures required of all member institutions who wish to compete in all athletics in the 2020-21 calendar school year.

A full copy of the regulations and fall sports rules modifications can be found on the TSSAA website.

TSSAA Board of Control met Wednesday to outline plan for Fall Sports.

TSSAA Board of Control met Wednesday to outline plan for Fall Sports.

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TSSAA Board hears update on efforts to minimize impact on Football, Girls’ Soccer Seasons

 

Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA)Hermitage, TN – The TSSAA Board of Control held a special called meeting on Wednesday, July 8th, 2020 to discuss plans for the upcoming football and girls’ soccer seasons due to the extended COVID-19 Coronavirus State of Emergency that is set to expire on August 29th.

Bernard Childress, Executive Director of the TSSAA, updated the Board on the status of discussions with the Governor’s legal counsel.

“We are working with the Governor’s legal counsel and based on the conversation we are having, we think it is best to delay any vote on a contingency plan,” stated Childress.

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TSSAA addresses Summer Sports Activities

 

Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA)Hermitage, TN – Executive Director Bernard Childress and the TSSAA state office staff are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic and its impact on interscholastic athletics in Tennessee.

Due to the ongoing social distancing efforts, the Board of Control’s three-day meeting originally scheduled for June in Murfreesboro has been cancelled. The Board will take into consideration the items from the June agenda at the August meeting.

The first day of the June meeting was to be set aside for a classification study session. Instead of a face-to-face meeting, each Board member will be sent the plans they requested to review with the goal of holding the classification study session in late July.

It is totally the decision of local Boards of Education, Directors of Schools, and/or Heads of School as to how much they are going to allow coaches to do face-to-face activities with their students

It is totally the decision of local Boards of Education, Directors of Schools, and/or Heads of School as to how much they are going to allow coaches to do face-to-face activities with their students

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TSSAA postpones Hall of Fame Ceremony

 

Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA)Hermitage, TN – Amid the concerns of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the recommendations being made by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) feel it is in the best interest of all involved to postpone the 2020 TSSAA Hall of Fame luncheon and induction ceremony.

The luncheon was originally set to be held on Saturday, April 18th, 2020 at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center in Murfreesboro, TN.

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Clarksville-Montgomery County under Flood Watch until late tonight

 

National Weather ServiceNashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a flood watch for Clarksville-Montgomery County as well as parts of Middle Tennessee. The flood watch will be in effect from 3:00pm until late tonight.

Rainfall rates of 2 inches in an hour can be expected this afternoon and evening when a line of storms moves through the mid-state. Total rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches, with locally heavier amounts possible, will lead to an increasing threat of flash flooding in the watch area this evening.

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FBI asks public’s help identifying Suspect in Fifth Third Bank Robbery in Hermitage, Tennessee

 

Tennessee Bureau of InvestigationNashville, TN – The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying an unknown male responsible for the robbery of the Fifth Third Bank located at 5550 Old Hickory Boulevard, Hermitage, Tennessee.

On Friday, January 3rd, 2020, at approximately 3:21pm, the suspect entered the location and made a verbal demand for money.

The suspect is described as a black male, approximately 5’10” tall.

The FBI is trying to identify the suspect in this photo for the robbery of Fifth Third Bank in Hermitage, TN.

The FBI is trying to identify the suspect in this photo for the robbery of Fifth Third Bank in Hermitage, TN.

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Nashville District encourages public to view Total Solar Eclipse at Corps of Engineers lakes

 

Written by Leon Roberts
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District

U.S. Army Corps of EngineersNashville, TN – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District is encouraging the public to view the total solar eclipse at Corps of Engineers lakes when the sun sweeps over Kentucky and Tennessee from approximately noon to 3:00pm Central Time August 21st, 2017.

Free viewing areas in the path of totality have been designated at Lake Barkley in Kentucky, and Cheatham Lake, Old Hickory Lake, J. Percy Priest Lake, Cordell Hull Lake, and Center Hill Lake in Tennessee.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District is encouraging the public to view the total solar eclipse at Corps of Engineers lakes when the sun sweeps over Kentucky and Tennessee from approximately noon to 3:00pm Central Time August 21st, 2017. (Mark Rankin)

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District is encouraging the public to view the total solar eclipse at Corps of Engineers lakes when the sun sweeps over Kentucky and Tennessee from approximately noon to 3:00pm Central Time August 21st, 2017. (Mark Rankin)

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TBI has issued an Endangered Child Alert for Lillyanna Beneke and Ryder Beneke of Cheatham County

 

Tennessee Bureau of InvestigationNashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) has issued a middle Tennessee Endangered Child Alert for the Cheatham County Sheriff’s Office for 4-year-old Lillyanna Beneke, white female, blonde hair, hazel eyes, 3′, 50 lbs. Also taken was 2-year-old Ryder Beneke, white male, 3′, 30lbs, brown hair, hazel eyes.

They are believed to be with noncustodial parents, 27-year old Cody Beneke and 27-year old Danielle Beneke, who are addicted to heroin and meth.

A Tennessee Endangered Child Alert has been issued for Lillyanna Beneke (L) and Ryder Beneke (R).

A Tennessee Endangered Child Alert has been issued for Lillyanna Beneke (L) and Ryder Beneke (R).

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