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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Sportsmen and Businessmen’s Organization Donates to Law Enforcement Christmas Charities

The Coffee County Sheriff’s Department and Sheriff Steve Graves would like to thank Pete Sain, one of the founders of the Sportsmen and Businessmen’s organization for their recent donation. The generous donation will be used by the sheriff’s department for the annual Christmas charity. Each year the department supplies food and toys to those in …

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UPDATE–Three People Facing Charges in Tullahoma

Three people have been charged with kidnapping and robbing a man on Tuesday. According to a warrant obtained by Tullahoma Police Investigator Rana Pawlowski, Katelyn Nicole Matis, 26, of Freeman Street in Tullahoma, John C. Hinkle, 30, of Circle Drive Tullahoma and Tommy Wayne Wilkerson age 44 of Wheeler St Tullahoma were all charged. According …

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Tuesday Night Storms Cause Damage in Coffee County

Storms left behind damage in Coffee County Tuesday night.  At 9:14pm a trained storm spotter reported a tornado five miles northeast of Tullahoma near Hwy 55.  The spotter also witnessed flying debris and pea-sized hail.  At least one house was damaged in the Sharondale area.  A tree fell on a home in Lakewood Country Club.  Another …

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Firemen come together to Help

At the request of the Tennessee Fire Chiefs Mutual Aid Network and Tennessee Emergency Operations Center, Manchester Fire and Rescue received a request to build some teams to deploy to the Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge area to assist with wildland and other fires occurring in that area. Manchester Fire-Rescue coordinated with Tullahoma Fire Rescue, Fayetteville Fire Rescue, …

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Tennessee Prisons Needing Workers

Officials say there are more than 800 staff vacancies in Tennessee’s public and private prisons amid ongoing complaints from employees, inmates and others about pay, benefits, safety and other concerns. State Department of Correction spokeswoman Neysa Taylor tells The Tennessean that currently, there are 519 vacancies at the state’s 10 public prisons, representing roughly 11 …

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