No Weddings at County Mayor or Clerk’s Offices

Coffee County Mayor Gary Cordell has issued a statement concerning marriages. During his term as mayor no weddings have been or will be conducted by him. These have been performed as a courtesy in the past, but state law does not require weddings to be performed by a mayor. The Coffee County Clerk’s office will no …

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Teenager Missing From Franklin County

Franklin County 17 year-old Katlyn Rogers was last seen on June 28, 2015 wearing a peach colored shirt and black pants. Katlyn has three tattoos; three stars on right forearm, marijuana on right leg and Burgess on left wrist. Katlyn may have a black trash bag full of clothes in her possession. She may be …

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Wanted Man Busted In Tullahoma

Recently Tullahoma Police Officer Johnny Gore observed Tommy Kapise walking in the parking lot of the Celtic Cup. The officer’s report states that he knew there was a federal warrant for the arrest of Kapise, so he stopped the man. As Officer Gore was patting the man down he allegedly found 5.7 grams of crystal …

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THP Stepping Up Patrols Over The 4th of July Weekend

The Tennessee Highway Patrol is taking steps to try to make the Fourth of July holiday period as safe as possible. According to a news release, the agency will use predictive analytics to allocate manpower and target areas where the likelihood of alcohol-related, serious injury or fatal crashes may occur during the holiday period. State …

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Former Woodbury Police Chief Pleads Guilty To Theft Of Federal Grant Funds

Kevin Mooneyham, 47, former Chief of Police for the City of Woodbury, Tennessee, pleaded guilty on Monday before Chief U.S. District Judge Kevin H. Sharp, to theft of federal program funds. Mooneyham was indicted on April 22, 2015. During the plea hearing, Mooneyham admitted that, from January 2013 through February 2015, while acting in his …

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Restaurant Inspection Scores Available On Free App

The Tennessee Department of Health and Agriculture has developed an app to allow users to check Tennessee restaurant inspection scores. The app is available for both Apple and Android users. It is updated daily and features locations across the state. Tennessee’s more modern Food Safety Act goes into effect on Wednesday. The Food Safety Act …

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Independence Day Celebration In Manchester

The Manchester Parks and Recreation Department invites you to their Independence Day celebration on Saturday, July 4. They will start the day off with an opportunity to cool off in the outdoor pool, it will be open from 12:00-5pm. At 6:00pm come out to Rotary Park for a free concert with the group Spencer’s Own. …

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Manchester Man Facing Burglary and Vandalism Charges

Manchester Police say they have charged a local man with burglary and vandalism. Lucas Bailey Sarzosa of Manchester was arrested after police say he entered the Computer Shoppe on 112 East Main Street in Manchester by allegedly ripping open a screen door and kicking in the upstairs door to enter the business. Sarzosa is accused …

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Weekly Gas Prices

Gas prices are declining as we approach the most traveled Independence Day holiday weekend since 2007. Of the 41.9 million total travelers, 35.5 million Americans will take a road trip; the highest number of auto travelers on record (which dates back to 2000). “Lower gas prices are added incentive for travelers to pack-up the family …

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UPDATE! Double Murder Suspect Caught In Florida

Officials with the Jacksonville, Fla. Police Department said in a Tweet Tuesday morning that 39-year-old Bryan Cooke was arrested at a hotel on the west side of town. He is the man that was put on the Tennessee Top 10 Most Wanted list on Monday. Cooke was wanted by Warren County officials in connection with …

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