Former Tullahoma Substitute Teacher Sentencing Delayed Until August

A former Tullahoma High School substitute teacher was scheduled to be sentenced in Coffee County Circuit Court on Wednesday afternoon. Susan Gail Stephens is accused of having sex with a 17 year old friend of her daughter. She will now have to have to wait until next month to find out if she will receive …

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Nurse Accused of leaving Fentanyl for an Inmate at the Grundy Co. Courthouse

A Franklin County woman has been arrested for leaving the drug fentanyl stuck to a door facing at the Grundy County courthouse. Heather Michelle Hodge (41) of Estill Springs was charged late Monday night after being identified on courthouse surveillance video. The incident, which occurred on Friday (July 21, 2017) allegedly shows Hodge on the …

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Second Person Charged with Drug Store Burglary in Grundy County

We reported recently that an arrest has been made in the Thanksgiving (2016) burglary of Palmer Drugs in Grundy County. Sheriff Clint Shrum confirmed that 58 year old Andy King, a Palmer resident was charged. Now we can report that a second man has been charged in that same case. 66 year-old Allen Anthony King, …

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Tennessee Man Wanted by FBI and TBI

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has a new addition to its Top 10 Most Wanted list: Brandon Bradford. 38 Year old Bradford is wanted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to face a charge of Conspiracy to Distribute and to Possess with the Intent to Distribute Heroin. Ongoing investigation …

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Fall semester application deadline for Motlow State is August 21

Students planning on attending Motlow State Community College this fall must submit an application for admission or readmission by Aug. 21, according to Mae Sanders, director of admissions and records at Motlow. Students can apply online until midnight on Aug. 21. Online applications can be accessed from the “Apply Now” tab on the Motlow website …

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We’re Celebrating 60 Years in Business

To celebrate WMSR’s 60th birthday we are creating a page on our website devoted to the radio station’s history. We are looking for any pictures you might have or know of related to WMSR throughout the years. We really, really want a picture of “Mobil Unit 1”!! We also don’t have a pic of the …

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Thunder Radio Community Survey 2017

As the only locally-owned and operated radio station in the area, we not only appreciate but REQUEST your thoughts and guidance on the programming we select and the services we offer. Our purpose is to provide quality programming and services that are useful to you, that you enjoy, and are relevant to our community and …

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CORRECTION–Summer Break Ending–Back to School Time

The summer break from school is almost up as students return to class next week. Coffee County Schools will have an abbreviated day on August 1 as students will be released at 10am. Teachers will have an administration day on August 2 and the first full day of classes will be August 3. Manchester City …

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Domestic Situation leads to Manchester Man’s Arrest

On Tuesday night, (July 24th 2017) Manchester Police officers responded to a call about a domestic situation on Thomas Street. According to the arrest warrant, upon arrival the alleged female victim told officers that she confronted her husband about a relationship issue. She then told officers that the male subject struck her in the face. …

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Former Tullahoma Substitute Teacher to be Sentenced

A former Tullahoma High School substitute teacher is scheduled to be sentenced in Coffee County Circuit Court Wednesday afternoon for having sex with a 17-year-old friend of her daughter. The alleged incident occurred in 2006 at a residence in Tullahoma. Susan Gail Stephens was charged with two counts of statutory rape and two counts of …

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