Monthly Archive: December 2012

Best Vanderbilt Season Since 1915

Jordan Rodgers throws a pass down field in the Music City Bowl... From

Jordan Rodgers threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score as the Vanderbilt Commodores capped their best season in nearly a century Monday by beating North Carolina State 38-24 in the Music City Bowl.
The Commodores finished 9-4 for their best record since going 9-1 in 1915.
Vanderbilt forced a season-high five turnovers, including four in the first half, and turned those into 17 points.

Munchak Will Remain As Titans Head Coach

Tennessee Titans Head Coach Mike Munchak

Titans head coach Mike Munchak will be back for the 2013 season, but there will be changes in the front office.
Titans owner Bud Adams said Munchak “is the right guy to get the job done” but the team’s senior executive vice president and former general manager Mike Reinfeldt was fired.
Munchak is 15-17 in two seasons as head coach.

12/28/12 — Paul N. Grannemann

A private family memorial service will be scheduled at a later time for Mr. Paul N. Grannemann, age 79 of Beechgrove, TN. 

Mr. Grannemann passed away Friday, December 28, 2012 at the Medical Center of Manchester.

Mr. Grannemann was born November 1, 1933 in San Francisco, CA, the son of the late Nicholaus and Viola Berg Grannemann. 

He was a U. S. Marine Corps veteran.  He had many occupations during his life, including farming and furniture making.  He enjoyed hunting, reading and sitting on his front porch rocking.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one sister, Jackie Grannemann.

Mr. Grannemann is survived by his wife, Betty Houston Grannemann of Beechgrove; two sons, George Grannemann and his wife, Vicki of Baxter, TN. and Mike Grannemann and his wife, Debbie of Palm City, FL.; two daughters, Paula Sue DeVos and her husband, Karl of Port St. Lucie, FL. And Martha Foraker and her husband, Mark of Cox Creek, KY; five grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

COFFEE COUNTY FUNERAL CHAPEL is honored to serve the family of Mr. Paul N. Grannemann.

11/1/13 — Ruble R. Price

Mr. Ruble R. Price age 74 of Winchester, TN went home to be with the Lord on December 30, 2012 at his residence.

He was a member of Kemp Church in Hamilton, AL. He was a huge University of Alabama Football fan.

Mr. Price was preceded in death by his parents Erie and Trudie Price; brother James Kenneth Price, and his grandson Clyde Ray Price.

He is survived by his loving wife Shelia Diane Price; children Rubel Ray Price Jr. and his wife Cathy; Bryan Kenneth Price and his wife Diane; Letitia Sue Holland and her husband Tad; 7 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.

Services will be held at 1:00 P.M. Tuesday, January 1, 2013 in the chapel of Cumberland Funeral Home with Bryan Price and Israel Price officiating.

Burial will be in Bethel Cemetery in Pelham, TN.

The family will receive friends Tuesday from 11:00 A.M. – 1:00 P.M. at the funeral home.

Arrangements provided by Cumberland Funeral Home Monteagle, Tennessee

Murder Trial Delayed

Marcus Wade

A murder trial scheduled to start Jan. 3, 2013 in Coffee County Circuit Court of a Winchester man has been rescheduled until Feb. 13, 2013. 42-year-old Marcus Wade of Elm Street Winchester is charged with the October 2010 murder of 50-year-old Richard Wayne Elliott of Estill Springs and 34-year-old Timothy Wayne Gill of Winchester in the Quality Inn motel on North Jackson Street in Tullahoma. A motion to delay the case was heard Friday before Coffee County Circuit Court Judge Craig Johnson. The delay was requested after assistant district attorney Jason Ponder underwent surgery.
According to the Billy Cook, an investigator with the Coffee County District Attorney’s office, Elliott and Gill had been staying in a room in the motel for a couple of month to a month and a half. On Oct. 30, 2010, a friend of Elliott’s went to the motel room to meet him as he did not show up for a planned meeting and found the bodies.
After extensive investigation by Cook and Tullahoma Police investigators, Wade was indicted by the April term of the Coffee County Grand Jury on charges of two counts of first degree felony murder, two counts of premeditated first degree murder and especially aggravated robbery. He was arrested on the charges May 11, 2012 after being named in sealed indictments. Tullahoma attorney Bobby Carter represents Wade.
Prosecuting the case will be Assistant District Attorneys Jason Ponder, Marla Holloway and Felicia Walkup.

County Unemployment Rates Released

County non-seasonally adjusted unemployment rates for November 2012, have been released and they show the rate decreased in 91 counties, increased in one, and remained the same in three. Williamson County had the state’s lowest rate at 4.4%. The highest remains in Scott County at 15.3%.
Tennessee’s unemployment rate for November decreased to 7.6 percent, down from the October revised rate of 8.2 percent. The national unemployment rate for November 2012 was 7.7 percent, 0.2 percentage point lower than the October rate.
Coffee County continued a downward trend going from 7.4 to 7.2%. Other area counties; Bedford Co. fell from a October rate of 8.7 to 7.8. Cannon dropped 1% to 5.8. Franklin Co. fell 0.8 to 6.4. Grundy Co. down slightly from 8.8 in October to 8.7%. Moore Co. had a great month going from 7.6 to 6%. Warren Co. was the only county to go up from its October unemployment rate of 8.7 to a November rate of 8.8%.

More Than 1,000 Die On Tennessee Roadways

There was a somber milestone on Tennessee roads last week.
The overhead signs on the interstate totaling the number of lives in fatal crashes hit 1,000.
Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers said that exceeds the 937 people who died on Tennessee roads last year.
State troopers said that more than half of those deaths may have been prevented had the person been wearing a seatbelt.
With that in mind, the highway patrol said they will be focusing on enforcing that and two other big problems – speed and alcohol.
Troopers attribute warmer than normal temperatures in January, February and March as one of the reasons for the increase in fatal wrecks, because more people were driving and riding motorcycles.

One Missing Person In Bedford County Found

Charles Moto Farrar

In nearby Bedford County, the body of a missing 42-year old Shelbyville man has been found. Reports indicate the body of Charles “Moto” Farrar was found by a relative behind a church on Thursday. Farrar was last seen by his girlfriend on December 23rd. The body was found in a wooded area near the St. William’s Catholic Church located just south of the city.
The body has been taken to Nashville, where an autopsy was conducted.

Haslam Puts Local People On State Boards

Gov. Bill Haslam

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam announced the appointments of 152 Tennesseans to 58 state boards and commissions Friday.
Appointment terms vary due to differing requirements or term limits determined by specific qualifications.
Local appointments are:

Architects and Engineers Board of Examiners
Jerome Headly, Tullahoma

Keep Tennessee Beautiful Advisory Council
Sandra Ennis, Tullahoma

Statewide Independent Living Council
Cynthia Martin, Tullahoma

Underground Storage Tanks and Solid Waste Disposal Control Board

Mark Williams, Manchester

Water and Wastewater Operators Certification Board
Randall Braker, Manchester

Raiders Win Over Hume-Fogg

Lance Crismond makes a move for two

Coffee Co. boys picked up a win in basketball on Friday as they defeated Hume-Fogg 44-40 in the Central Magnet Classic in Murfreesboro. The brother combination of Lance and Lucas Crismond scored 15 each. Head Coach Scott Givins who got the win over his brother in the game said he was proud of the boys for effort in the win. He said Addison Carter, Lake Elam and Anthony Jackson played big in the win.
Coffee County (5-9) in boys play and (6-9) in girls on the season plays its first district game Friday at Warren County.

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