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Manchester Youth Baseball Parade

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Woodbury Hwy Waffle House in Manchester Robbed on Sunday Morning

On Sunday morning, (April 22nd, 2018) a white male entered the Waffle House on the Woodbury Hwy in Manchester around 3:30am, ordered food and then wrote a note to an employee saying he had gun and demanded money. After committing the robbery, the white male asked for the note back from the employee. The man …

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Wanted Man Now Facing More Charges

Last week in Tullahoma the Manchester Police Department working with the Tullahoma Police Department and the Coffee County Sheriff Department, served a search warrant to Michael Mario Fuqua. The man had two active warrants out for his arrest for violating parole and another for allegedly selling drugs. During the time the search warrant was served …

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Landing Gear Plant in Tullahoma to Close

On April 20, 2018, Goodrich Corporation, UTC Aerospace Systems, filed a WARN notification with the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development. The letter explains that the company will be permanently closing its facility on June 29, 2018. The company is located a 201 Mitchell Boulevard in Tullahoma, Tennessee. As a result of the upcoming …

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Tullahoma Man Arrested after Bomb Threat made in Florida

A Tullahoma man was arrested April 17 for making a bomb threat on a hospital in St. John’s County Florida. According to a report by Tullahoma Police Officer Derrick Derlien, a detective with the St. John’s County Sheriff’s Department stated that Joseph Conley Newton, 32, of East Moore Street had made the threat to the …

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Prices Continue to Rise at the Pump

Americans are finding some of the most expensive gas prices in years. Sunday’s national average of $2.76 per gallon is the highest daily average since July 2015. Tennessee gas prices set a new 2018 high of $2.55, which is the highest average since September, when prices were recovering from two hurricanes. AAA spokesman Mark Jenkins …

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Special called meeting and work session of Coffee County School Board

4-26-2018_Work Session _ Special Called Meeting Agenda

McMinnville Man Arrested in Manchester on Weapon and Drug Charges

On Friday (April 20, 2018) Manchester Police Officer Daryn Gadeken received information from another officer about a person attempting to sell drugs at the Scottish Inn on Hillsboro Highway in Manchester. Once the officer arrived, he talked to an employee of the motel and that person pointed to a vehicle and told the officer that …

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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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Amphetamine Causes Highest Number of Traffic Fatalities in Tennessee

Drivers throughout the country are always worried about intoxicated drivers, but are you aware of which drug is the most likely to cause a fatal accident in Tennessee? A team with “Alcohol.org” recently studied national data to determine which substances are most likely to be found in the bloodstream of drivers in Tennessee. Some findings …

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Lawmakers Want Gun Laws Changed

In light of the fatal Waffle House shooting in Nashville, three state lawmakers have called for changes to Tennessee gun laws. State Sen. Jeff Yarbro, along with state Reps. Mike Stewart and Bill Beck made the announcement during a press conference Monday. They are calling for an amendment in an effort to close loopholes that …

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