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Manchester Youth Baseball Parade

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Two People from Coffee County Killed in Crash in Alabama

A 2-vehicle crash on Interstate 59/20 in Alabama took the life of two Coffee County residents. Daniel Gassman, 21, of Hillsboro, Tennessee and Gwen “Savannah” Freeze, 18, of Manchester, Tennessee, were killed in a crash with an 18-wheeler. According to Alabama State Troopers the two vehicles collided on Monday night. Gassman was driving a 2008 …

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Tullahoma Schools requesting more than $800,000 in appropriations from City Leaders

Tullahoma City Schools is requesting more than $800,000 in appropriations from city leaders for its 2018-2019 fiscal year. The largest amount of the money would be for salary increases and health insurance prices going up for employees. The school system wants to add 4 new fine arts educators at elementary schools and an interventionist at …

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Horse-Drawn Buggy Hit by Car in McMinnville

Two people were injured Tuesday when a car crashed into the horse-drawn buggy in which they were riding. According to McMinnville Police, the buggy was coming out of the parking lot of Security Federal Bank on Chancery Street and was headed across the road to Chicken Chef when the buggy was struck by a car …

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Former Bus driver Suing Grundy County School Board and Director of Schools

A former school bus driver is suing the Grundy County School Board and Director of Schools Jessie Kinsey. The bus driver, Terri Tate, says she was not paid a promised bonus because of strong hostility Director Kinsey has toward the driver’s daughter, School Board Member Kasey Anderson. Tate said Kinsey and an ex-board member sued …

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1,100 Motlow Students to Graduate May 5

Motlow State Community College will host its forty-eighth annual Commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 5, inside Nisbett Center on the Moore County campus. The College’s consistent enrollment growth has necessitated expansion of the event to three separate ceremonies. According to the Motlow office of Admissions and Records, over 1,100 Motlow students have applied to graduate, …

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Tennessee Lottery has started “Dog Days of Summer” Facebook Contest

The Tennessee lottery has a new game coming soon and is looking for photos of dogs to put on the tickets. The lottery’s “Dog Days of Summer” Facebook contest began Monday and runs through May 7. The lottery said in a news release that up to 10 dogs will be chosen from entries on the …

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Coffee County Election Commission May 4

Coffee County Election Commission 1329 Mc Arthur Street, Suite 6 Manchester, Tn 37355 931-723-5103 April 25, 2018 PRESS RELEASE: The Coffee County Election Commission will meet on Friday, May 4 at 4:00 PM at the Election Commission Office, in the Administrative Plaza at 1329 McArthur Street, Suite 6, Manchester. The purpose of the meeting will …

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City of Manchester Beer Board Agenda May 1, 2018

City of Manchester Beer Board Agenda May 1, 2018 Immediately Following Regular Mayor and Aldermen Board Meeting Call the Meeting to Order: Application(s) SPECIAL EVENT Beer Permit: 1.Public Building Authority of Coffee County TN, doing business as Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center located at 147 Hospitality Boulevard Manchester TN, 37355. Special Events Beer Permit, Events located …

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City of Manchester Board of Mayor and Alderman Agendas May 1, 2018 meeting

CITY OF MANCHESTER BOARD OF MAYOR AND ALDERMEN AGENDA May 1, 2018 5:30 P.M. Work Session 6:30 P.M. Board Meeting 1.INVOCATION 2.PLEDGE TO THE FLAG 3.ROLL CALL 4.MINUTES April 3, 2018 Board Minutes 5.CORRESPONDENCE 6.COMMENTS FROM MAYOR 7.COMMENTS FROM CITIZENS 8.COMMITTEE AND COMMISSION REPORTS Safety, Finance, Art, Street, Water & Sewer, Recreation, Tourism, Planning and …

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Woodbury Hwy Waffle House in Manchester Robbed on Sunday Morning

On Sunday morning, (April 22nd, 2018) a white male entered the Waffle House on the Woodbury Hwy in Manchester around 3:30am, ordered food and then wrote a note to an employee saying he had gun and demanded money. After committing the robbery, the white male asked for the note back from the employee. The man …

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