Tullahoma Man Arrested after Woman is Attacked

A Tullahoma man was arrested April 25 for assaulting a Roosevelt Street resident. Justin Adam Crutchfield, 26, of Cumberland Avenue was charged with aggravated assault and aggravated burglary following the alleged incident. According to a report by Tullahoma Police Officer Mickey Blanton, Crutchfield broke into the residence and began to strangle the female at the …

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Man Charged with 4 Counts of Statutory Rape

Derrick Nathan Harr, 26, of Decherd was arrested April 20 after he was indicted by the April term of the Coffee County Grand Jury on rape charges. This was a four count indictment. He was charged with two counts of statutory rape and two counts of aggravated statutory rape. The indictment, which was presented to …

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Legal Aid Society Launches New Program with Coffee County General Sessions Court

Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands announced this week that it has launched a new program with the Coffee County General Sessions Court to support pro se litigants. Pro se litigants are those who do not have an attorney, but rather represent themselves in court. Through the program, a Legal Aid Society …

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Habitat for Humanity helping local Family

Members of Highland Rim Habitat for Humanity along with Jim Carter and Dana Simpson are proud to announce that the Duck Family are the next recipients of the Habitats next home. The residence will be located at 507 East Moore Street in Tullahoma. Highland Rim Habitat for Humanity believes in the importance of their volunteer …

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Lady Raider Softball Claims Another District Title

If there is one thing that local sports fans have come to expect, it is a district championship for Lady Raider softball. On Tuesday night Kaylee Skipper pitched a brilliant game as she scattered 5 hits and struck out 4 in the Lady Raiders 2 to 0 win over Tullahoma at Terry Floyd Field. The …

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Man Charged 10th Time for Driving on Revoked

On Monday, Manchester Officer Dustan Foster stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on I-24 at mile-marker 106. Foster said that he saw the male driver on Highway 55 at the Raider Academy and checked the registration. The communication center gave the registration belonging to a Honda CRV, but the tag was displayed on an …

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Behind Bars: 1 in 10 TN Children Has an Incarcerated Parent

One in 10 children in Tennessee has had an incarcerated parent – equating to 144,000 children facing at least part of their childhood without them. That’s according to a report released today by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The Volunteer State is tied with five other states for the third-highest prevalence of parental incarceration. Linda …

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Dixie Line Days is Friday and Saturday

Dixie Line Days is coming to Wartrace this Friday and Saturday April 29th and 30th. It’s a festival of trains large and small with operating model railroads, dealer swap tables, model contests, and how-to clinics. The train show takes place in several locations in downtown Wartrace from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Friday and …

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Mother and Daughter Arrested on Burglary Charges

On Friday morning the Coffee County Department received a report of a burglary in progress at 61 Bush Lane. A female apparently was seen running from the home down Gnat Hill Road. The woman was found a short distance from the residence. When deputies checked the woman, identified as Shelby Leanne Lacewell age 24 of …

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Arbor Day in Tullahoma

The City of Tullahoma will observe Arbor Day on National Arbor Day, Friday, April 29, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. The public is invited to attend the ceremony to celebrate: • National Arbor Day • Tullahoma award of Tree City USA for the 19th consecutive year • Certification of the City’s first Arboretum • Tullahoma Utility …

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