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Wednesday, December 2nd

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Topping our news today…

A diesel leak yesterday in the South Cleveland area caused issues for some folks in the area of Trewhitt Road, Spring Place Road, and Young Road. We were joined by EMS Director Shawn Fairbanks:

In news today…

The Cleveland City Schools Board of Education approved the CCS Reopening Guide at its July 7th, 2020 school board meeting. Included in that plan are the various phases for opening schools which are dependent on COVID-19 active counts for Bradley County. For example, when .25-1% of the total Bradley County population have a confirmed active case, the district is in the Yellow phase which calls for wearing of masks, modified classroom schedules, at-home learning based on school situations, and other factors. However, as we move to 1% or more of the Bradley County population having an active case, the district enters the Red phase which does call for all schools to enter at-home learning until active COVID-19 cases subside.  

As of Monday, November 30, there are currently 761 active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County. You are being encouraged to prepare for the Red phase if these numbers continue to increase. For teachers and school-based employees, this means now is the time to think through what at-home learning may look like for our students and families. Prepare now for lesson plans, packets, etc. that will engage students while at home for a number of days. For families, please plan now for what at-home learning may look like for you as well. For your convenience, the reopening plan is located online at clv.city/reopening.

From WRCB Channel 3…

The TBI and Grundy County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of a man whose body was found on Friday, November 20 in the Palmer area.

The TBI says the body has been identified as 48-year-old Scottie Dewayne Tate, of Palmer, Grundy County.

The TBI says Tate’s body was found on Anderson Road and then sent to the Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy to determine how he died.

The cause of death has not been determined at this time.

The TBI says the investigation is ongoing.