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CHS Golf Wins Region; Punches Ticket to State Tournament

For the first time in program history, the Coffee County Red Raider golf team has qualified for the TSSAA State Golf Tournament.  The CHS Golf team won the Region 4AAA tournament at Bear Trace on Monday as they carded their lowest score of the season.  The Red Raiders won the team title to up their …

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Former Tullahoma Co-Band Director Indicted for Distribution of Child Pornography

On Thursday May 11th, 2017 Tullahoma Police officers were assisting the FBI execute a search warrant concerning child exploitation at the residence of Martin Drew McFarlane age 31 on Castle Walk Street in Tullahoma. McFarlane was the co-director of the Tullahoma High School band until he resigned on May 12, 2017 after police arrested him …

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Matheny wants Tennessee Pro Sports Teams to Stand Up or No More State Help

State Rep. Judd Matheny of Tullahoma says he is proposing that there be no more help for the state’s pro sports teams unless they change. Matheny, who is also running for Congress, posted on Facebook on Sunday that the bill he’ll present will be to prevent future deals with state help like the Tennessee Titans …

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Unemployment Rate Drops in All 95 Counties

County unemployment numbers in Tennessee show that unemployment rates decreased in August in all 95 counties and significantly dropped in many rural counties. Coffee County had a huge drop in the unemployment rate for August, dropping from 4.1 percent in July to 3.5 percent in August. Bedford County fell to 4 percent from 4.7. Franklin …

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Tennessee Promise Program Fosters Community Engagement

The free community college scholarships available through the state’s Tennessee Promise program are helping more than just the students. As part of the scholarship, students are required to perform eight hours of community service for every semester they’re in the program. Mike Krause, executive director of the Tennessee Higher Education Commission, says the result is …

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Fair Pageant Winners

Fairest of the Fair Winner Catelyn Millaway 1st runner-up Maggie Partin 2nd runner-up Madison Vaughn 3rd runner-up Heather Cunningham 4th runner-up Lindsey Dickson Miss Teen Coffee County Winner Ryan Green 1st runner-up Claire Bryant 2nd runner-up Trinity Taylor 3rd runner-up Madelyn Schultz Tie 4th runner-up Lexy Rapoza and Cyeria Damron Junior Miss Older Group Winner …

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United Kingdom Man Jailed for Sex Crimes across 3 Countries.

In September of 2016, Bedford County Sheriff’s Office detectives received a Cyber Tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children that involved a minor victim in imminent danger and an adult offender in their jurisdiction. After a thorough investigation, the offender was arrested and charged with Statutory Rape and Incest. Both the victim …

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Decherd Water Works Superintendent and a Franklin County Business Owner for Theft from the City

Decherd’s former water works superintendent and a Franklin County business owner have been arrested and charged in connection with taking between $60,000 and $250,000 from the city, according to Franklin County Circuit Court records. Former Water Works Superintendent James Wesley Parks, 35, Harris Chapel Road, Winchester, was arrested Friday and charged with theft of property …

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Moore County Guilty of Sexual Exploitation of Minors

Aaron Blake Campbell, a Moore County resident, pled guilty on Friday of Sexual Exploitation of Minors (Over 100 Images) and received a 9-year sentence to serve at 100%. Investigations into Campbell began in early April, who was already registered on the States Sex Offender Registry for similar crimes he committed as a juvenile. Detective Shane …

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Wreaths across America begins project in Coffee County

Wreaths across America has placed Remembrance Wreaths on the graves at Arlington National Cemetery at Christmas for 25 years. Now Coffee County joins more than 1,200 other sites nation-wide participating in this program to honor our deceased military veterans interred at Oakwood and Citizens Cemeteries in Tullahoma and Hurricane Cemetery in Coffee County, with a …

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