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Early Voting is Over–Election Day is Tuesday

After early voting wrapped up on Thursday 2,811 Coffee Countians had voted. There were 1,977 Republicans and 834 Democrats that cast their ballots. Four years ago, there were 2,840 early votes cast. Election Day is Tuesday (May 1, 2018), polls open at 8am and close at 7pm. WMSR-Thunder Radio will provide live election coverage beginning …

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Vandalism at Manchester Baseball Field

A report was made to the Manchester Police Department on April 15th in regards to vandalism of a baseball field at Fred Deadman Park. An unknown person or persons and an unknown vehicle entered the National League field via an unlocked gate and cut donuts in the outfield causing ruts in the field. The estimated …

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Shelbyville Man Arrested in Tullahoma after Home Break-In

A Shelbyville man was arrested April 26 after he allegedly broke into a residence. Aaron Niebes, 36, of Belmont Avenue, Shelbyville was charged with theft of property and burglary. According to a warrant obtained by Tullahoma Police Officer Karl Pyrdom, police were called to 1204 Harton Boulevard for a burglary in progress. When the officer …

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Two Men Arrested after being found Passed Out at McDonalds in Tullahoma

Two men were arrested on drug charges after they were found passed out in the drive thru at McDonalds on North Jackson Street in Tullahoma. According to a report by Officer Jamason Wells, Raymond Samuel Howard, 42 of South Shore, Kentucky was charged with possession of schedule III, possession of schedule IV and driving on …

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No Adverse Action can be taken against Students, Teachers, Schools or Districts based on TNReady

Tennessee lawmakers have cleared a bill they believe will hold teachers harmless in the state’s recent school testing snafus, resolving a lingering issue holding up the legislative session’s conclusion. The House and Senate lawmakers passed an amended bill late Wednesday that says no adverse action could be taken against students, teachers, schools or districts based …

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Coffee County Anti-Drug Coalition “Drug Take Back Day” is Saturday

The Coffee County Anti-Drug Coalition wants to invite the public to “Drug Take Back Day” Saturday April 28, 2018. Two locations will be available; First Vision Bank in Manchester and Walgreens in Tullahoma from 10am-2pm. The Coffee County Anti-Drug Coalition will be accepting prescription, over-the-counter and or veterinary medications for proper disposal. It is recommended …

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Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen will have a “Special Call Work Session Meeting”

PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen will have a “Special Call Work Session Meeting” on Thursday, May 3, 2018, at 6 p.m. in the Boardroom at City Hall, 200 West Fort Street, Manchester, TN to discuss the 2018-2019 Budget.

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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