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Meet Manchester City Schools’ SROs

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New program changes on Thunder Radio starting Monday August 20th

We have program changes starting on Monday, August 20th! Swap n Shop moves to 8AM! And tune in for our new interview program- Lunch n Learn at 12:30PM, we will interview your District Attorney General Craig Northcott about this year’s Bonnaroo citations and arrests.

Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center Continues to Lose Money

The Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center continues to lose tax payer money. For fiscal year 17-18 the center lost $366,692. Which, by the way is more than $46,000 over the approved deficit. The conference center is also late in reimbursing the county for payroll checks. Coffee County and Manchester governments split the cost of the center. …

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State Unemployment Rate Stays the Same

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips on Thursday released the statewide unemployment rate for July 2018, and for the third consecutive month the statistic has held steady at 3.5 percent. Tennessee’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has not only remained unchanged since May, it mirrors the 3.5 …

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Haslam’s Overhaul State’s Probation System Ruled Unconstitutional

A Tennessee appeals court has ruled that Gov. Bill Haslam’s overhaul of the state’s probation system is unconstitutional, saying it violates defendant’s rights. The Tennessean reports the court also ruled Tuesday that the overhaul encroaches on judicial powers by allowing probation officers to issue punishments to probation violators. It also said due process wasn’t being …

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Free Hunting Day is August 25

Tennessee residents are allowed to hunt without a license on Saturday, Aug. 25 which coincides with the opening day of squirrel season. Free Hunting Day is an event the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency annually provides in hopes of increasing interest in hunting. Squirrel hunting is one of Tennessee’s oldest and favorite traditions. The TWRA encourages …

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FREE Summer Concert this Saturday

There will be a FREE Summer Concert at the Rotary Park Amphitheater this Saturday (August 18). Two good bands playing great music will perform, Frank’s Road Band and Second Fret. The concert begins at 6pm. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy a night of music. There will be limited refreshments available. While there no charge …

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News from City Hall

At the most recent Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting, a resolution was passed on first reading that states the following about work that is done by inmates for the city. The resolution reads: The work activities subject the inmates to some risk of injury which subjects the Sheriff of Coffee County to liability …

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Better Business Bureau gives advise to College Students and Parents

Sending your kids off to college is difficult enough, and experts say this season there are extra reasons to be concerned. Experts with the Better Business Bureau say to add a safe to the list of items needed for things like IDs, checkbooks and passports. You never know who’s going to be in your room, …

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Centers for Disease Control Warns about Measles

During the first half of this year, there were 107 reported cases of measles in 21 states, including Tennessee. If the rate of infection continues, 2018 is on track to become one of the worst years for measles in the last decade. Last year there were 118 cases during the entire year. The worst measles …

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