Tullahoma Citizen Allegedly Robbed by man with Knife

On Monday (April 24th 2017) in Tullahoma officers responded to Ada Ferrell apartments to a call of someone being robbed. Upon arrival the victim told Officer Phillip Smith that the subject was in his vehicle where he was giving him a ride. According to the arrest warrant, when the victim arrived at the apartments the …

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Air Engineering Metal Trades Council at AEDC turn down Contract Offer from National Aerospace Solutions

Officials have announced that workers represented by the Air Engineering Metal Trades Council (AEMTC) at AEDC have rejected the labor agreement recently presented by National Aerospace Solutions (NAS). AEMTC represents 612 wage employees of NAS at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex. The two sides have a June 30 deadline to ratify a contract. AEDC workers …

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Grundy County Deputy Injured after Stopping ATV

Grundy County deputies are searching for the suspect involved in an early Monday morning incident in which Deputy Paul Sweeton was injured. At approximately 5:45 Deputy Sweeton was patrolling Woodland Avenue in Altamont when he encountered an individual riding an ATV on the roadway with a shotgun. Deputy Sweeton stopped the ATV and discovered the …

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Gas Price Update

Tennessee gas prices reached $2.18 last week-the highest daily average since June 2016. The Tennessee average declined every day since, averaging $2.17 on Sunday. The current average is 22 cents more than this time last year. AAA spokesman Mark Jenkins said falling oil prices and wholesale gas prices should signal lower prices at the pump …

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$50 million for New Tennessee State Library and Archives building

Republican Gov. Bill Haslam’s proposed budget amendment includes $50 million for a new Tennessee State Library and Archives building. Finance Commissioner Larry Martin said Tuesday that the combined $40 million from the state and $10 million from the Secretary of State’s Office represents about half of the projected cost for the facility. Martin says the …

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Motlow Students Donate to Shepherd’s House

Members of Dr. Stephen Guerin’s Honors Abnormal Psychology class at Motlow State Community College recently presented a $1,000 donation to the Shepherd’s House homeless shelter in Tullahoma. The class, which is taught on Motlow’s Moore County campus, presented a check to Shepherd’s House Director Tom Ryal, in support of his ministry which provides care and …

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Music Video to be shot in Manchester

J. LOCKHART MEDIA / THE 10:10 CREATIVE would like to invite the people of Manchester, TN, and the surrounding areas to be extras in a music video for country artist and reality star Lawson Bates (Bringing Up Bates) on May 4th at Carden-Jarrell Field, behind Raider Academy at 7:30pm. Featured in the video will be …

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Fire takes out home in Lakewood Park

Last week Coffee County deputies responded to a structure fire in Lakewood Park on Enfield Drive in Beechgrove. The owner noticed smoke coming from the kitchen and then they saw flames. He advised that he and his wife went outside due to fire spreading quickly. The owner advised the property was total loss. New Union …

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Shelbyville man headed to Prison after plea deal for trying to Solicit Sex from a Minor.

A 44-year-old Shelbyville man was arrested early last year for two counts of attempted child rape and two counts of solicitation of a minor. William “Gregg” Maupin pled guilty in federal court last week to trying to solicit sex from a minor. Maupin was arrested during an undercover operation following a lengthy investigation. According to …

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Haslam’s IMPROVE Act Could Benefit More than Roads

What started as legislation to tackle Tennessee’s crumbling infrastructure and compensate for loss of gas tax revenue from more fuel efficient vehicles now may also help the state’s most vulnerable residents. Bill Moore, former chief engineer for the Tennessee Department of Transportation, said funding these transportation projects is another way of helping Tennesseans. “They’ve identified …

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