Fatal Crash in Tullahoma

Cody Ray Clark, 22, of Riddle Lane Estill Springs was pronounced dead on arrival at Tennova—Harton Hospital Sunday night following a single vehicle crash on East Moore Street in Tullahoma. According to a Tullahoma Police report by Cpl. Tommy Elliott, a 1996 Toyota Camry operated by Clark was traveling on East Moore Street when he …

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Inmate Escapes Bedford County Jail for 5th Time

An inmate known for escaping police custody has done it again. According to the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, Andrew Phillip Marshall was reported missing around 5 a.m. Monday morning. This is the 5th time Marshall has escaped. Marshall escaped the jail by climbing into a vent in the ceiling of his cell which put him …

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Gas Prices Continue to Fall

Motorists are seeing steady declines at the gas pump. Tennessee gas prices have declined the last 14 consecutive days for a total of nine cents. During the past week, the state average dropped six cents. Tuesday’s state average of $2.32 is three cents less than a month ago, and 25 cents more than this time …

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Legislative Proposals have been introduced to Help Fight Opioid Addiction

Combating Tennessee’s opioid crisis: More than a dozen legislative proposals have been introduced. Gov. Bill Haslam’s plan to address the opioid epidemic focuses on addiction prevention and rehabilitation for addicts – a combo attack many hope will put a significant dent in the number of residents affected. About $25 million of the $30 million in …

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33 Death Row Inmates Challenging 3 Drug Combination in Lethal Injections

As Tennessee eyes a wave of executions, attorneys for 33 death row inmates are challenging the three-drug combination in lethal injections. Tuesday’s lawsuit in Davidson County Chancery Court claims these drugs haven’t been used yet in Tennessee but present a substantial risk of serious and severe pain and suffering and were used in botched executions …

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Coffee County Jail and Annex are Certified Facilities

The Coffee County Jail has been recommended by the Tennessee Corrections Institute (TCI) for certification for the third year in a row and the jail annex for the first year. Coffee County Sheriff Steve Graves says the jail on County Jail Lane and the annex on Hillsboro Blvd. in Manchester both met the required standards …

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Applications being accepted for Adults to Enroll Tuition-Free for Community or Technical College.

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam says applications are now being accepted for adults who want to enroll tuition-free this fall at a community college or technical college. In a news release Thursday, the governor’s office says Tennessee Reconnect applications can be completed online. Enrollees need to apply to a community college or other eligible institution, file …

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Grants Available for K-8 Student Feild Trips

Where can students go to learn about history and environmental science in a hands-on setting from leading state experts? The Tennessee State Parks Conservancy is offering more than $5,000 in grants to support public school field trips to Tennessee State Parks. Students can explore an 18th century trade cabin at Bledsoe Creek State Park, wade …

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Motlow College Offering ACT Prep Classes

Motlow State Community College is offering a five-week ACT preparation class for area high school students planning to take the national test this spring. The class will meet each Monday in March and the first Monday in April, from 6 – 8:30 p.m. in Simon Hall, room 132, on the Moore County campus. The registration …

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Carjacking leads to Juvenile’s Arrest–Car Owner later Charged

On Friday night a juvenile was allegedly involved in an incident at 989 Interstate Drive, Manchester, TN. Manchester Officer Jamie Norris spoke with Joseph Kurtis Brummett 29 year-old of Manchester who advised he was approached by the suspect with a pistol. The man told police he was forced from the vehicle and the juvenile left …

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