Missing Coffee County Woman Found Safe

Area law enforcement were searching for a missing female on Monday. Kelsey Feck, age 20 was last seen in Shelbyville around 9pm Saturday night (July 23). Kelsey was found safe last night (Monday). The family thanks the public and area law enforcement for their help.

Drug Court Program doing well in Coffee County

The Coffee County Drug Court program is continuing to grow with its largest number of graduates since the initiative began more than a decade ago. Coffee County Mayor Gary Cordell says 17 participants graduated earlier this month. Drug court is a two-year treatment program for nonviolence offenders living in Coffee County whose current offense is …

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Man Escapes Mental Hospital–Captured in Monteagle

A man escaped from Moccasin Bend Mental Hospital in Chattanooga on Saturday. Chattanooga police said 33-year-old Brandon Robinson was on a law enforcement hold out of Bedford County with the Shelbyville Police Department. Robinson was captured on Sunday morning in Monteagle, according to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office. Officers responded to a call at McDonalds …

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Gas Prices keep going Lower

Gas prices are falling at a consistency not seen in nearly two years. On Sunday the average price in Tennessee fell for the 46th day in a row, for a total discount of 27 cents. These are the longest streaks of decline seen at the pump since the period of October 2014 to January 2015, …

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You might be owed Money from State of Tennessee

People have called the Better Business Bureau to report letters they received claiming that they are owed money by the State of Tennessee. The letters are in fact legitimate. Every year when the Department of Treasury gets a list of new unclaimed property, the department sends out letters to the last known address of the …

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High School Equivalency Test (HiSET™) to be given at Motlow

Motlow State Community College will administer the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET™) several times throughout the remainder of 2016. Test locations will be in Winchester and on the Motlow State Fayetteville, Smyrna and Moore County campuses. A high school diploma remains the primary ticket to many entry-level jobs. In most cases, it is also the …

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Coffee County man headed to Federal Prison

A Coffee County man will serve nearly 22 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to a number of drug offenses. Brian Lee Fielding, a.k.a. “Bull”, 35, was sentenced to serve 262 months in prison by the Honorable Curtis L. Collier, U.S. District Judge last Wednesday. Fielding pleaded guilty in March to a federal indictment …

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Church Burglary in Grundy County

Grundy County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help in solving a church burglary. The Chestnut Springs Congregational Methodist Church (better known as Orange Hill Church) was burglarized sometime between Sunday July 17 and Wednesday July 20. A witness reported seeing two white vans at the church earlier in the day on Wednesday and …

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Tennessee Unemployment Rate Drops

Tennessee’s unemployment rate for June was 4.1 percent, unchanged from the previous month. That’s according to Tennessee Labor Commissioner Burns Phillips. The U.S. preliminary rate for June was 4.9 percent, up two-tenths of a percentage point from the previous month. Over the past year, Tennessee’s unemployment rate has decreased from 5.7 percent to 4.1 percent …

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Missing Bedford County Woman Found Safe

The Bedford County Sheriff’s Office was investigating a missing person’s case. On Thursday July 21st, 2016, Jennifer Campbell left her Uncle’s home walking in the Unionville area at approximately 5 p.m. Jennifer told her family she was going to meet her friend Mike that she met off the internet at the El Bethel Church on 41A …

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