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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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 9am. 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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Gas Prices beginning to Climb

Gas prices have been on a roller coaster ride this summer. After rising in the spring, then taking a nosedive last month, pump prices are climbing once again, only to set up for another plunge in the fall. The average price for gasoline in Tennessee rose 3 cents during the past week. The state average …

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Man Dies from his injures around One Month after he was involved in a Fatal Crash

A Cannon County man has died at Erlanger Hospital in Chattanooga nearly a month after being injured in a crash that killed a McMinnville teenager. According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, 56 year old Craig Mears of Woodbury has died as a result of injuries he suffered in the crash that happened the night of …

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Alleged Threats at Local Hotel Leads to Arrest

On Friday, (July 21, 2017) a Manchester man was at Quality Inn on the Hillsboro Highway. Manchester Police Officer Alberto Garza received a call about a person causing a disturbance. While police were on their way to the call the hotel clerk called the communications center back and said that the man was trying to …

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New Land Management Plans would bring Slight Changes to land around Normandy Lake

Tennessee Valley Authority is in the process of finalizing new land management plans for Normandy and seven other TVA reservoirs, and the final plans will be considered next month by the TVA board. This plan replaces a land use forecast drafted in 2011 as part of a natural resource plan. The environmental review of the …

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Agent Charged with Insurance Fraud in Grundy County

An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the indictment and arrest of a former insurance agent from Hixson, TN with an office in Monteagle. At the request of 12th District Attorney General Mike Taylor, in April 2015, TBI Special Agents began investigating a complaint of insurance fraud against …

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Tuesday is National Hire a Veteran Day

Tuesday is the inaugural National Hire a Veteran Day in the United States. It is a day when employer’s are encouraged to consider the benefits a veteran can bring to the workplace. The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development, along with its workforce partners across the state, offers a variety of services to help …

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