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Manchester Youth Baseball Parade

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2017 ‘Crime in Tennessee’ Report

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has released its 2017 ‘Crime in Tennessee’ report, revealing a slight overall increase in reported crimes in the most recent reporting year. Among the findings in the 2017 report:  Reported instances of Murder increased 6.7% from 2016 to 2017.  Reported Rape offenses increased 3.2% in the same time …

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Dr Jay Trussler New Deputy Medical Examiner

Dr Jay Trussler, of Manchester has been named the new deputy medical examiner for Coffee County. Dr Al Brandon is the county medical examiner and served in that position for 45 years. A medical examiner is appointed by the county mayor and is approved by the county legislative body. The services provided by the county …

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Westwood Soccer Claims 4th Straight Conference Title

Dynasty! For the 4th year in a row, the Westwood Middle School soccer team claimed the Central Tennessee Soccer Conference title.  The Rockets nailed down the iconic feat with a thrilling 1 to 0 decision over St. Andrews-Sewanee on Saturday at Dyer-Bouldin Field in a a match that was decided by a shootout. After a …

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Running Stop Sign leads to Tullahoma’s Man’s Arrest

Jeffery Trace Magouirk of Tullahoma was arrested recently on drug charges after police allegedly found drugs in his vehicle. Magouirk, 27, of Creighton Place was stopped on April 12 for allegedly running a stop sign by Tullahoma Police Officer Brooke Earhart. As the officer approached the vehicle she allegedly smelled the strong smell of marijuana, …

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Major Changes to TNReady

The Tennessee Legislature says the TNReady test scores will not count against students and teachers this year. Test scores will only count if they benefit students, teachers and their districts. The scores will not count if there is no benefit. The decision was made after three days of testing that began with what the Tennessee …

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State Senator Janice Bowling to Receive National Award

State Senator Janice Bowling (R-Tullahoma) is set to receive a national award from the Coalition for Local Internet Choice (CLIC) for her efforts to accelerate the deployment of advanced communications networks throughout Tennessee. Bowling has been chosen to receive the group’s “2018 State Champion Award.” “Through your outstanding and tireless work on behalf of the …

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IRS Changes how they deal with Taxpayers Who Owe Money

The IRS recently changed the way it deals with taxpayers who owe money to the government. And they are worried scammers will take advantage of the change. The IRS is now allowing third party agencies to collect unpaid debts. But only four contractors are approved. They are CBE Group, Con-Serve, Performant and Pioneer. If you …

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H&R Block Student of the Week

Congratulations to Student of the Week -Liam Brown!!! Liam, the son of Audra and Mark Brown, is a fifth grader at North Coffee Elementary School. Liam was nominated because “he is a great role model, keeps up his grades (even though he does extra-curricular activities) and is always on time” says 5th Grade Teacher, Mr. …

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Sleeping on another Person’s Couch puts man in Jail

Residents of a West Volney Street home reported to Tullahoma Police that they had found an individual asleep on their couch. On April 17 around 2 a.m. the residents reported to Officer Tommy Elliott that they went into the living room and found a man identified as Cory Michael Smith, 29, of South Franklin Street …

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Man Found Lying in Pool of Blood on Tullahoma Street

A Tullahoma man was found lying in the middle of East Grundy Street April 13. There was a pool of blood around his head. According to a report by Tullahoma Police Officer Tyler Walls, Terry Lynn Ashley, 45, of Flowertown Road was transported to Tullahoma Airport and placed in a Lifeflight helicopter and flown to …

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