Meth Lab Busts Down In Tennessee, But Fight Not Over

The number of meth labs seized in the state of Tennessee is down 40.8% from last year, according to new numbers from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. The TBI reports the number of meth lab seizures have been decreasing for almost two years. But that doesn’t mean meth use is necessarily on the decline. Tommy …

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Jones Named Officer of the Year

Manchester Police Officer Derek Jones has been chosen as the Governors Highway Safety Office, 2014 Cumberland Region Officer of the Year. He was given the award last Thursday at the GHSO end of the year event at Fall Creek Falls. Officer Jones was nominated based on his involvement in traffic safety. This year Officer Jones became …

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TN Faith Community Opens Doors for Those with Disabilities

At a time when family and friends often gather at places of worship to celebrate the holidays, Tennessee’s faith community is taking a lead on ensuring inclusiveness for the state’s individuals with disabilities. One common barrier is just being able to gain access physically, but as Jeanne Crocker, a Sunday school teacher at First Baptist …

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Almost 100 Million People To Travel During The Holidays

With Christmas and New Years just around the corner, AAA released its travel forecast for the end of the year holiday season. According to the report, more people will be traveling this year. AAA projects 98.6 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the year-end holiday period, which spans from Dec. …

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Residual ACT Assessment Test To Be Given At Motlow College

Motlow College will administer the complete Residual ACT Assessment Test on Jan. 6 and 16, 2015. The test will be given from 8:30 a.m. to noon on Jan. 6, and on Jan. 16, from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. The test will be administered in room 1043 of the Crouch Center on the Moore County …

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Tullahoma Shooting Suspect Captured In McMinnville

The Tullahoma Police Department has arrested 20-year-old, Samuel Pace, Jr., who resides in Summitville, TN, for his alleged involvement in a shooting that occurred at 509 Campbell Ave. in Tullahoma, TN during the evening hours of Sunday, December 14, 2014.  Tullahoma Police were dispatched to 509 Campbell Ave. shortly after 9:00 p.m. Sunday in reference …

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Severe Crash Injures One

An accident occurred Monday afternoon around 4pm on the Wattendorf Hwy near AEDC. According a report by the Tennessee Highway Patrol a 2002 Nissan Sentra driven by 40 year-old Jesus Fernandez of Tullahoma was traveling on an unnamed road and continued through a stop sign, striking a 2008 Mercury SUV driven by 34 year-old Kristen Bryan of …

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Tullahoma Resident Finds More Than Mail In Mailbox

At approximately 9:30am, Tuesday morning, December 16, officers of the Tullahoma Police Department were dispatched to Adair Street in Tullahoma in regards to a suspicious item in a residential mailbox. Upon arrival, the officer determined the item was indeed suspicious and began measures to isolate the area and notify the Tennessee Highway Patrol bomb squad. …

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Gasoline Prices Come Closer To $2 Per Gallon In Tennessee

Motorists are saving an average of $10 for a tank of gas compared to this time last year. Gasoline prices crept closer to $2 a gallon last week and nothing is slowing them down. Domestic oil supply is at a three decade high and forecast to keep growing. Meanwhile, the price of oil fell to …

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Robber Shoots Man In The Face

A Tullahoma man was transported to Harton Regional Medical Center Sunday night after being shot in the face by a would be robber. According to a report by Tullahoma Officer Justin Smith, Elton Coty Thomas of Campbell Avenue said that a man entered his residence and demanded money and when Thomas refused he was shot …

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