Wednesday’s Snow Patrol

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015 Grundy County Schools open two hours late.

Motlow College Taking Corrective Measures Over Email Issue

In a recent effort to inform current Motlow State Community College Tennessee Promise students of the impending Dec. community service deadline, the College sent an email to Motlow State employees only, which inadvertently included an attachment containing some personal student information. The original email was intended to alert College employees who may know a student …

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Gas Prices Predicted To Remain Below $2 At Least Through Christmas

Last week, motorists enjoyed the lowest Thanksgiving gas prices in seven years (2008). Gas prices declined throughout the holiday weekend, as was forecasted by AAA. Some non-AAA analysts attempted to grab headlines by forecasting that the national average would dip below $2 in time for the holiday, but that did not happen, as the national …

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Tennessee Must Accept Refugees, According to the Attorney General

The Tennessee Attorney General has released an opinion saying the state cannot refuse to accept people the federal government has admitted to the country as refugees. The opinion was requested by State Representatives John Ray Clemmons, Jason Powell and House Democratic Caucus Chairman Mike Stewart after calls by state lawmakers to deny entry to Syrian …

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Forty Years and Forty Trees!

The Dig n Dream Garden Club’s annual gift to this community, The Trees of Christmas, is on display now at the Ada Wright Center in Fred Deadman park. The Club has presented Forty Years of the Trees of Christmas; and they celebrate that tremendous feat with forty trees displayed this year. The event truly is …

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Man Stabbed in Tullahoma

A Noblitt Lane man has been charged with aggravated assault and booked into the Coffee County Jail under bond of $100,000. Melvin Lee Southern, 46, was arrested Nov. 29 by Tullahoma Police Officer Tim Brandon following an incident East Grizzard Street. According to the officer’s report, Southern stabbed Scotty Brawley with a wooden handle pocket …

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Partisan Primaries Will Continue in Coffee County

A resolution brought before the Coffee County Legislative Committee last month to change the county from partisan primaries has been stopped. The Coffee County Legislative Committee approved a motion recently not to send the resolution forward to the full Coffee County Commission for consideration. A resolution creating nonpartisan county primaries would require a two-thirds vote …

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Counterfeit Bill Passed in Tullahoma

A clerk at Quik Mart on South Jackson Street reported to Tullahoma Police Officer Willie Young that a counterfeit $10 bill was passed at the store. On Nov. 29 Jessica Brinkley reported to Officer Young that between 4:30 and 4:45 p.m. a white male entered the store and gave her the bill for a roll …

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Vandalism At East Grundy Church of Christ

Tullahoma Police are investigating the vandalism of a church building on East Grundy Street. Don Newson reported Nov. 29 to Officer Donnie Burnett that when he arrived at the Church of Christ building he found two upside down crosses painted on the front door of the building. There was no other damage found to the …

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TN Faces Longterm Threat of Inland Flooding

Inland flooding poses the greatest risk to the Volunteer State in future years and earned the state a “D” for preparedness against the threat in a report titled, “States at Risk: America’s Preparedness Report Card” by Climate Central and ICF International. Joanne Logan is a member of Climate Knoxville and an associate professor at the …

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