Stolen Property Recovered

On November 14, 2016 Deputy Eva Villegas responded to a call on Fredonia Road. The owner of the property said he noticed his John Deere tractor valued at $11,000 and bush hog missing. He said there were some visible tracks on the road heading toward Gnat Hill Rd. A previous burglary was reported at the …

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Tornado Aftermath Drug Bust

Two Tullahoma men riding around looking at the aftermath of Tuesday’s tornado, were arrested Wednesday Nov. 30 for possession of drugs by Tullahoma Police officers. According to a report by Tullahoma Police Officer Matthew Pruitt, Paul Isaac Son, 28, of Mt. Vernon Road, was charged with possession of schedule II and possession of drug paraphernalia. …

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Tennessee to receive Federal Grant

Tennessee is among 18 states that will receive more than $247 million in federal grants to continue expanding access to high-quality preschool for children from low- to moderate-income families. The grants are jointly administered by the U.S. Departments of Education and Health and Human Services. This is the third year of awards to states working …

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Manchester Christmas Parade is this Saturday

The City of Manchester’s annual Christmas Parade will take place Saturday, December 3, 2016 at 7 P.M. Sponsored by: Manchester Tourism & Development Commission Lovelady Auto Parts Great Lakes Cheese People’s Bank and Trust Toliver’s Gun and Pawn Shop Sherrill’s Pest Control Ambassador Inn Lion’s Club Jiffy Burger Bush Insurance WMSR’s Rob Clutter along with …

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Open House set for the Sheriff’s Department

The Coffee County Sheriff’s Department will be hosting its annual open house on Saturday December 3rd, 2016 from 8am until noon at the new jail at 76 County Jail Lane. Sheriff Steve Graves and his staff will be providing public tours and refreshments at the new facility. This will be the 2nd year for the …

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12/2/16—H&R Block Student of the Week David O’Connor

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Congratulations to Student of the Week -David O’Connor!!! David, the son of Ray and Patricia, is an eighth grader at Coffee County Middle School. David was chosen to be honored because “he is a good kid, a good math student and treats people well”, says Holly Rodriguez, math teacher at David’s school. David wants to …

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Two Tornados Hit Coffee County

According to officials with Coffee County Emergency Management Agency, the storms on Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning brought several trees and power lines down. No one was injured as emergency crews worked through the night Tuesday into the early morning hours on Wednesday. The National Weather Service confirms that an EF-2 tornado hit Tullahoma …

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Two People Injured in Coffee County Crash

Two people were injured on Tuesday afternoon, around 5:30 PM after two vehicles collided on the Woodbury Hwy. The two individuals were transported by Coffee County EMS with unnamed injuries. The Tennessee Highway Patrol was called to the scene along with the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department and EMS. An apparent request was made to airlift …

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SCAM working through Franklin County

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is asking all citizens to assist in spreading the word of a recent scam that targets senior citizens. If anyone contacts you or a family member and identifies as Mike Bell, Sgt. Ricky Summers or Judge Thomas C. Faris and advises that you are in contempt of Federal Court for …

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Radiothon for the Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center on December 1st

Join WMSR, Thunder Radio for a Radiothon to support the Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center on December 1st from 4 PM-7 PM. During these three hours, you will get a chance to learn more about the Center and the services provided to children and families in our community. This is your chance to give a …

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