Westwood Elementary Receives Honor

  On Friday, State Collaborative Reforming Education, or SCORE’s Dr. Jared Bigham presented a banner in recognition of Westwood Elementary being a SCORE prize finalist. The SCORE Prize is the hallmark, data-driven recognition program for public schools and school districts that are leaders in student learning in Tennessee. SCORE supports Tennessee’s work to prepare students …

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Aaron’s Sales and Lease Student of the Week 23 January 2015

The Aaron's Sales and Lease Student of the Week

The Aaron’s Sales and Lease Student of the week for 23 January 2015 is Kylie Brown. Kylie is in seventh grade at Coffee County Middle School in Coffee County. She is the daughter of proud parents Megan and Ricky. She was nominated for this award because she set the example for other students to follow and is representative of the school’s motto, respectful, responsible and prepared. She enjoys going places with friends and family. Her favorite subject in school is math because she finds it to be easy. She plans on being a veterinarian when she gets older. Kylie was presented with a plaque (courtesy of K&S Trophies of Tullahoma and a set of tickets to an up-coming Nashville Predators game. Congratulations to Kylie Brown, the Aaron’s Sales and Lease Student of the Week.

Manchester Police Asking For The Public’s Help

Officers with the Manchester Police Department are searching for two vehicles and the people inside the vehicles. The search is being conducted in connection with two theft cases at the Powers Storage facility, located on Hwy. 53 (Woodbury Hwy.). The thefts occurred around 5pm, Sunday afternoon Jan.18th. One of the thefts involved items belonging to …

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Survey Names The Safest Places To Live In Tennessee

A recent survey by a real estate organization says that Tullahoma and Manchester are two safe places to live in Tennessee. According to a recent survey the Movoto Real Estate blog, an online real estate brokerage company located in California. Tullahoma ranks as the 18th safest town and Manchester ranks 43rd safest town. The blog …

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Pharmacy In Tracy City The Victim Of An Armed Robbery

An armed robbery took place on Wednesday at Mike’s Pharmacy in Tracy City while the pharmacy was closed for lunch between the hours of 1 and 2pm. A masked suspected entered the Pharmacy next and pulled a gun on pharmacy technician Tammy Marshall demanding Xanax and Oxycodone. Marshall said she believed the suspect was a …

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New Charges For 911 Service

Tennesseans getting their first bills of 2015 will soon see new charges for 911 services. Under a new law that took effect on Jan. 1, the surcharge for all landlines and mobile phones was set at $1.16 per month. That’s a 16-cent increase for mobile phone users, and a decrease in the fee for business …

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McMinnville Schools Placed On Lock-Down

Warren County High School and Hickory Creek Elementary School in McMinnville were placed on lock-down briefly Wednesday after a man wanted by authorities ran from a traffic stop near the schools. Warren County Sheriff Jackie Matheny said a suspect, identified as Jeff Hodges, was spotted traveling near the high school and was pulled over by …

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Important Meetings Scheduled Over School Merger Issue In Manchester

The Manchester City School board will be holding an informational meeting at 5:30 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 22). The meeting is being held at Westwood Middle School to further discuss the possible school merger issue with teachers, parents and citizens. The meeting is open to the public. A joint meeting of the Manchester Board of Mayor …

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Talks Continue About New 911 Center

A resolution by the 911 Emergency Communications District Board (911 board) in Coffee County to build a new, $3 million communications center at its current location could be delayed by the county commission’s recent vote to consider using the old jail and sheriff’s quarters for that purpose instead. The existing center is located on Jack …

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Man Shoots Into House and Escapes Scene On His Bicycle

Police in Winchester are searching for who they are calling a very dangerous man. Police say 40-year-old Marc Andrew Castle fired more than 20 rounds into a home on North High Street Tuesday. The bullets passed through the house and into a neighboring home. A 70-year-old woman was inside but was uninjured. Castle is now …

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