Man Who Allegedly Pulled Knife and Lunged At Local Deputy Was In Court Thursday

A preliminary hearing for Robert Travis Rosson was held on Thursday. Judge Jere Ledsinger lowered Rosson’s bond from $500,000 to $75,000 and his case was bound over to the August term of the grand jury. He is accused of pulling a knife and allegedly lunging at a Coffee County Sheriff’s deputy on June 11. The …

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Manchester Police Asking For The Public’s Help With Two Cases

The Manchester Police Department is attempting to identify a person of interest. He is a person they are wanting to speak to about a theft that occurred at All Things E Cigs on the Hillsboro Blvd. The theft took place June 28, 2015. If you have any information about this person, please contact the Crime …

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Coffee County Judicial Commissioners Will No Longer Conduct Weddings

After yesterday’s announcement that Coffee County Mayor Gary Cordell and County Clerk Teresa McFadden said they will not be conducting marriages, Coffee County judicial commissioners are making the same decree. After a discussion took place between all full and part-time judicial commissioners, it was decided that they will no longer conduct marriages. The Coffee County …

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TDOT Celebrating 100 Years

The Tennessee Department of Transportation is celebrating its centennial by placing a time capsule in a new granite memorial at Bicentennial Mall. The time capsule is to be opened after another 100 years, on July 1, 2115. The agency says it contains photos of current employees, a 2015 highway map and a hard hat belonging …

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Postal Service Previews Elvis Presley Forever Stamp

The U.S. Postal Service previewed the Music Icons: Elvis Presley Commemorative Forever stamp yesterday and joined with Sony Music’s RCA/Legacy Recordings in announcing the upcoming debut of an exclusive music CD titled ELVIS FOREVER that includes an Elvis song, as you’ve never heard it before. The CD will be available online and in select Post …

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Community Service Saturday Is July 11 At Motlow

In support of the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) initiative to help ensure that TN Promise eligible students complete the required eight hours of community service by August 1, Motlow College will participate in the Community Service Saturday on July 11. Students will participate in an outdoor campus clean-up, sessions on career exploration, service learning …

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No Weddings at County Mayor or Clerk’s Offices

Coffee County Mayor Gary Cordell has issued a statement concerning marriages. During his term as mayor no weddings have been or will be conducted by him. These have been performed as a courtesy in the past, but state law does not require weddings to be performed by a mayor. The Coffee County Clerk’s office will no …

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Teenager Missing From Franklin County

Franklin County 17 year-old Katlyn Rogers was last seen on June 28, 2015 wearing a peach colored shirt and black pants. Katlyn has three tattoos; three stars on right forearm, marijuana on right leg and Burgess on left wrist. Katlyn may have a black trash bag full of clothes in her possession. She may be …

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Wanted Man Busted In Tullahoma

Recently Tullahoma Police Officer Johnny Gore observed Tommy Kapise walking in the parking lot of the Celtic Cup. The officer’s report states that he knew there was a federal warrant for the arrest of Kapise, so he stopped the man. As Officer Gore was patting the man down he allegedly found 5.7 grams of crystal …

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THP Stepping Up Patrols Over The 4th of July Weekend

The Tennessee Highway Patrol is taking steps to try to make the Fourth of July holiday period as safe as possible. According to a news release, the agency will use predictive analytics to allocate manpower and target areas where the likelihood of alcohol-related, serious injury or fatal crashes may occur during the holiday period. State …

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