SNOW PATROL

Monday, February 8th Warren County Schools close at 1:30pm.  P/T conferences, extra-curricular cancelled.  Day care closes at 4pm.

Early Voting Starts Wednesday

Early voting is set to begin Wednesday, February 10, and runs until Tuesday, February 23. Early Voting Hours: Manchester: Coffee County Administrative Plaza 1329 McArthur Street, Suite 6, Monday-Friday 8:00AM-4:30PM and Saturday 8:30-12:00 PM. In Tullahoma: C.D. Stamps Community Center 810 South Jackson Street, Monday-Friday 9:00AM-4:30 PM and Saturday 9:00-12:00 PM. Tennesseans must bring valid …

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Man Busted for “Sizzurp”

An Antioch man has been charged with distributing bottles of sizzurp — a modified cough syrup — in Bedford County. Chance Lyndell Norman, 27, of Antioch was charged with possession and sale of schedule II and III drugs Tuesday by the 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force and Metro Nashville police. “We have been involved …

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Confusion over Grave Markers

In recent days a number of people have expressed concern about a posting of a video on Facebook of military grave markers being found in a ditch. In the video, which has since been taken down, an unseen narrator alleges that the grave markers had been illegally removed from a Tullahoma cemetery. However, according to …

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“Operation Watchful Guardians” nets more than 20 Arrest

Authorities say more than 20 people have been arrested on charges related to sex trafficking and online exploitation of children in Tennessee and Georgia. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said Friday that law enforcement officers conducted “Operation Watchful Guardians” this week in the two states. Agents conducted operations that …

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CCMS Sectional State Title Bid Comes Up 4 Seconds Short

Mt Juliet got a short jumper from Emma Palmer with 4 seconds remaining to hand the Coffee County Middle School Lady Raiders their first loss of the year 43 to 42 on Saturday afternoon in the TMSAA Middle School Sectional State Finals in Murfreesboro.  A Coffee County rebound under the Mt. Juliet goal was tied …

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CCMS Lady Raiders Advance to Saturday’s State Sectional Finals

Coach George Pearson talks to his team during a timeout in the conference tournament last week.

The Lady Raiders of Coffee County Middle School needed a 4th quarter comeback to punch their ticket to the TMSAA State Sectional Tournament finals as they outlasted Rossview 42 to 36 on Friday afternoon. Coffee County, who trailed 30 to 29 with 3:42 to play, was 7 of 7 at the free throw and got …

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Burch & Stanley Attorneys at Law Student of the Week 5 February 2016

The Burch & Stanley Student of the Week Blair Prydum with Trenena Stanley

The Burch & Stanley attorneys at law “Student of the Week” for 5 February 2016 is Blair Pyrdum. Blair is in the eighth grade at East Middle School in Tullahoma. She is the daughter of proud parents Kelli and Brad. She was nominated and selected to receive this award because she is positive and energetic, …

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Female Arrested For Filing False Report

A resident of Manchester was arrested after she allegedly filed a false report. Lisa Renee Milsaps, 49, of Butch Lane, Manchester was arrested Feb. 2 for telling Tullahoma Police Officer Willie Young that she had been struck by a car when she crossed North Jackson Street Tuesday night around 11:30 p.m. Doctors at Harton Regional …

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Shaw Industries to Close Franklin County Plant

Shaw Industries, which has had a carpet production plant in Franklin County since 1989, announced Wednesday it is consolidating operations and is closing its Winchester plant. At stake are 228 jobs, according to Al Scruggs, Shaw human resource director for manufacturing and distribution. He said that, although the plant is closing, employees will be given …

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