WANTED Man!

Manchester Police is looking for a wanted man by the name of Randall Randy Patrick Curtis. Curtis has numerous warrants for burglary and theft of property. Curtis could be possibly be armed so do not approach if you see him. The vehicle shown in the picture is what Curtis is probably driving. If you have …

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UPDATE!–Home Invasion and Car Break-Ins in Coffee County

Overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning there was a home invasion and at least 3 car break-ins in the Bob Meadows/Harpo Road area of Coffee County. Sheriff Chad Partin told WMSR News that one suspect, Tyler Uselton, was brought into custody by deputies and the second suspect is now in a secure location. The sheriff went …

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Tenn. Democratic Party Chairwoman Calls Tennessee Racist during Speech in Coffee Co.– Now Apologizes

Tennessee Democratic Party Chairwoman Mary Mancini has apologized for calling the state racist recently while promoting less conventional candidates. Mancini made the comment while speaking with the Coffee County Democratic Party earlier this month. Mancini is quoted as saying, “We have a little bit of a problem in this state, I’m just going to say …

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National Nutrition Month: AARP Offers Food for Thought

March is National Nutrition Month and for adults age 40 and older staying sharp is food for thought. Rob Naylor, communications director for AARP Tennessee, points to a 2017 survey in which nearly nine in 10 adults said they would eat a healthy diet if they knew it could reduce their risk of cognitive decline, …

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H&R Block Student of the Week

Congratulations to Student of the Week -Maddie Jones!!! Maddy is a tenth grader at Coffee County Central High School. She is the daughter of Daniel and Kristy Jones. Maddy is a long time soccer player. She plays for the CCCHS team and for Camp Forrest. Maddy is very involved with her church youth group at …

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COFFEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Work Session AGENDA Date: April 1, 2019

COFFEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 1343 McArthur Street Manchester, Tennessee 37355 Telephone – 931-723-5150 Facsimile – 931-723-8285 To: All Board Members From: Brett Henley, Chairman Subject: Work Session Date: April 1, 2019 Time: 4:30 p.m. Place: Coffee County Board of Education AGENDA I. Call to Order II. Agenda Items 1. RiverView School Grant 2. Director’s …

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Where will the State Fair Go? Manchester? Who Knows

The Tennessee State Fair Commission voted late last week that a search should begin for a new site that can accommodate the future growth and goals of the State Fair. The fair has been held at the Nashville Fairgrounds since 1906. As you may know a certain portion of the land at the fairgrounds is …

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Grundy County Sheriff Calling for New Trial for Man Covicted of Murder

Grundy County’s sheriff is joining a growing group of people calling for a new trial for Adam Braseel, the man convicted in a 2007 murder case. Braseel was sentenced to life in prison for the beating death of Malcolm Burrows. All along he’s claimed his innocence. He says it was a case of mistaken identity. …

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Motlow Names New Dean of Athletics and Physical Education

Motlow State Community College recently welcomed Dr. John Chandler, III as Dean of Athletics and Physical Education. He replaces Dan McShea, who had served as interim director of athletics since August 2018. Chandler comes to Motlow from San Jose State University in California, where he served as Assistant Director of Academic Success and Services. He …

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Area 13 Special Olympics Needing Volunteers

Area 13 Special Olympics for Bedford, Coffee, Franklin and Moore counties would not exist today if it was not for the dedication of volunteers. Many volunteers dedicate their time to support children and adults with intellectual disabilities achieve their dreams. On behalf of the athletes they would like for you to consider volunteering. Along with …

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