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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Coffee Co. Sheriff’s Dept. Searching for Owners of Recovered Stolen Property

The Coffee County Sheriff’s Department along with Cannon County and Warren County Sheriff Department Investigators have been working recovering stolen property from burglaries that occurred in the Maple Springs Road area. The Coffee County Sheriff’s Department would like to thank the other departments for their assistance in the investigations. There are still several items that …

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Tullahoma Police and Fire asking for the Public’s Help

The Tullahoma Fire and Police Departments are seeking the public’s help finding an arsonist. Discovered on July 13 by school staff, a fire at Tullahoma High School’s Wilkins Stadium was determined by the Tennessee Bomb & Arson Division to have been intentionally set. Anyone having information that can help to determine the person or persons …

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Funding Cuts Put TN Teen Pregnancy Prevention on Hold

Tennessee’s teen birth rate has declined by 59 percent in less than 30 years, but that progress is in question after the Trump administration announced it is cutting funding for teen pregnancy-prevention programs across the country. The cuts will directly affect at least three programs in Tennessee. Bill Albert, chief program officer for the National …

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Tennessee Unemployment Rate at an All Time Low

Gov. Bill Haslam says Tennessee’s unemployment rate for June was the lowest in recorded state history. At a news conference on Thursday, Haslam said the 3.6 percent figure is best the state has performed since at least 1976, when the statistic started being recorded. June’s preliminary seasonally adjusted rate surpasses the previous low mark of …

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C-CCAP Parking Lot Closed This Weekend

The parking lot at the Coffee County Administrative Plaza on McArthur Drive in Manchester will be closed this weekend (July 21 night through 23) starting Friday evening around 5:30 p.m. This is due to pavement striping being performed. There will be access to the doctor office at the entrance of the plaza.

UPDATE: Arrest made in Deadly Hit and Run

The Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) Chattanooga District responded to a fatal hit and run crash in Coffee County on Monday, July 17, on U.S. Highway 41. The hit and run vehicle left behind a mirror at the scene. THP’s Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT) identified the mirror belonging to a 1999-2003 Mitsubishi Galant, champagne in …

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Missing Child Alert

The Coffee County Sheriff’s Department has issued a missing child alert. Keana Watters age 17 of Coffee County has been missing since June 30, 2017. Watters was last seen at her residence. She is a white female standing 5’4” and weighing 118lbs with brown hair and eyes. There is no known last clothing description nor …

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Tullahoma Police Investigating Theft Case

A resident of East Moore Street in Tullahoma reported that she woke up to a person in her apartment on Monday, July 17. April Pool told Tullahoma Police Officer Jeremiah Kirk that around 4:30 a.m. she woke up to a man with flashlight walking around her apartment. She said when he saw that she was …

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Juveniles Charged for Break-Ins in McMinnville

Three juvenile suspects have been charged in connection with a series of break-ins that occurred between June 29th and July 8th in McMinnville. Break-ins were committed at multiple locations, including The Store at Westwood and three separate incidents at McMinnville Civic Center concession stands. Items taken in the burglaries included concession items, cash, portable radios, …

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