Four Peat for Lady Raider Golf sends Coffee County Back to State Tournament

Four in a row……..for the 2nd time this week! The Coffee County Central High School Lady Raider golf team qualified for their 4th straight state tournament appearance with their 4th straight Region 4AAA Tournament championship. The region win comes after Coffee County won their 4th straight district championship on Monday. The Red Raiders came up …

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Authorities Searching for Wanted Female

The Coffee County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help. Authorities are searching for Katrina Lanette Wolfe age 35. Her last known address was Betsy Willis Rd. in Hillsboro. Wolfe is 5’6” 160lbs with brown hair and brown eyes. The female is wanted on warrants out of Coffee and Warren counties. If you have …

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17 Year-old Hit by Car in Tullahoma

A Tullahoma man was transported to the hospital after being struck while lying in the roadway Sept. 25. According to a report by Tullahoma Police Officer Phil Bratten, a 17 year-old, of Reed Spencer Lane, Tullahoma was struck while lying on East Moore Street by a 2006 Chevrolet operated by Charles Kilcrease, 34, of East …

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7,500 more Postsecondary credits were awarded to Tennessee Public School Students in 2016

Department of Education Commissioner Candice McQueen announced this week that nearly 7,500 more postsecondary credits were awarded to Tennessee public school students in 2016 when compared to 2014. Additionally, more students than ever before in Tennessee are taking Advanced Placement (AP) exams, with 27,699 students taking one or more exam in 2016–up 8.8 percent from …

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TVA Board Member: Manufacturers Will Benefit from Clean Power Plan

A new study finds that it should be top of mind for big business in the state. Specifically, researchers found that manufacturers will see significant savings over time as the president’s Clean Power Plan is implemented. Dr. Marilyn Brown, a Tennessee Valley Authority Board member, and the study’s author said, “Industry is the one sector …

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Follow-up on Drug Arrests in Tullahoma

On yesterday’s news we told you about Billie Jo Funk, age 44 of Morris Lane, Tullahoma, being a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped for a traffic violation on East Grundy Street by Tullahoma Patrolman Tommy Elliott. Elliott reports that the driver fled on foot. Now we have learned the alleged driver of the …

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Lane Closure as New Exit ramp opens Soon

Work continues on the new exit ramp on the eastbound side of Exit 111. Civil Constructers, who has been working on the new ramp since January, will be closing the right lane of traffic on Thursday. The lane of Interstate 24 on the eastbound side will be closed most of the day between exits 110-111 for …

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Grundy County Deputy Injured

A Grundy County deputy is at home recovering after being injured in a hit and run. Sheriff Clint Shrum told reporters Deputy Rusty Parker was working at his second job at the time with Cumberland Outdoors. Officials say the deputy approached a vehicle that was trespassing on Cumberland Outdoors property. When Deputy Parker asked the …

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Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold now in Jail

A US Magistrate revoked the bond of Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold, he was handcuffed in the courtroom and led away. Arnold will be incarcerated until his federal court trial set for February 7, 2017. That places Chief Deputy Randy Garrett in command. After that, the county commission has the power to name a temporary …

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TennCare Fraud Charges filed against Manchester Man

A Coffee County man is charged with TennCare fraud for using the program to obtain a prescription for a controlled substance, which he later sold to someone else. The Office of Inspector General (OIG), with the assistance of the Coffee County Sheriff’s Office have announced the arrest of Harold Grant Lovelace, 54, of Manchester. He’s …

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