Body Found In Shelbyville Identified

The body found alongside Mullins Mill Road in Shelbyville last Monday has been identified as a Murfreesboro woman. Lois Jean Espy, 86, apparently lived alone, Bedford County Sheriff Austin Swing said Thursday, but has family in the Nashville area. Her body was positively identified by the state medical examiner’s office, said Susan Niland, a spokesperson …

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Missing Teenager Found

The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office says Autumn Spencer has been located and is safe. The Sheriff’s office had been searching for a missing teenager. 16 year old Autumn Spencer was considered a possible runaway. She was last seen on February 20th leaving a residence on Hardbarger Road in Monteagle, TN. The Grundy County Sheriff’s announced …

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Tennessee Exports Lots Of Goods and Services

Tennessee exported $33 billion worth of goods and services last year – a record amount for the fifth year in a row. The Tennessean reports that the U.S. Department of Commerce announced that Tennessee exports increased 2.2 percent last year over the previous year and 61 percent over 2009. Tennessee helped the U.S. hit an …

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ACT Prep Classes Set For Motlow’s Fayetteville Site

Area high school students planning to take the ACT can prepare for the test by enrolling in an ACT preparation class at the Motlow College Fayetteville Center campus. Classes will meet each Thursday (March 26, April 2, 9, and 16, 2015) from 6 – 9 p.m. in the first building on campus, Room 104. The …

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10-Digit Calling For Some Portions Of Middle Tennessee

DTC Communications would like to remind Middle Tennesseans that Sunday, March 1, 2015, marks the first day of the new 10-digit dialing requirements for making phone calls in the area. This process is being required by the Tennessee Regulatory Authority (TRA) in order to accommodate the newly established (629) area code that now joins the …

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Domestic Dispute Leaves One Man Shot In Coffee County

A shooting occurred on Thursday afternoon in Coffee County at Henley and Son TV, 2202 Woodbury Hwy. According to Coffee County Sheriff Investigator Frank Watkins, James Henley, Sr allegedly shot his son James Henley, Jr after a domestic disagreement with a .380 caliber pistol. Henley, Jr suffered a gunshot wound to his side and was …

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One Person Killed In I-24 Crash

Red Saturn involved in deadly crash... Photos by Barry West

An accident occurred on Interstate 24 eastbound near mile-marker 121 on Thursday morning just before 10am. According to emergency workers on the scene, it appears a van lost control and went into the median. The driver of the red Saturn car saw the van and was pulling over to apparently assist. An 18-wheeler driven by …

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FCC Rules City-Owned Broadband Providers Can Expand Service

The Federal Communications Commission says city-owned broadband companies can expand and compete with commercial Internet providers. The cities of Wilson, North Carolina, and Chattanooga, Tennessee, asked the FCC for the ruling because state laws have prevented them from expanding. The cities built networks offering super-fast speeds at low cost when telecommunications companies decided not to …

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Study Shows Manchester As Safest Tennessee City In Terms Of Flooding

A recent study conducted by Homeownersinsurance.com found that Manchester is the tenth safest Tennessee city from severe weather threats. Though Manchester ranks as number 10, it is the state’s safest city on the list in terms of flooding. Tullahoma was ranked 25th overall. Analysts used a variety of storm data points to create the total …

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“I Am for the Child” 5k Family Fun Run and Walk Set For April 11

On Saturday, April 11, Get Fit! Tullahoma and CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) will host the inaugural “I Am for the Child” 5k Family Fun Run and Walk. The event will be held at Frazier McEwen Park at 8 am. Your participation helps to Lift Up a Child’s Voice by donating to CASA. CASA’s mission …

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