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Grants Awarded to Local Law Enforcement

The law enforcement agencies of the county have been awarded grants to assist them in highway safety initiatives. The awards were announced by the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security along with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office. The federal grants totaling $18 million went to 400 agencies across the state. Tullahoma was awarded $5,000 …

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Do-It-Yourself Workshops Hosted by DREMC

Have you ever wanted to learn how to make your home more energy efficient by caulking, weather stripping or applying foam insulation? DREMC, in conjunction with TVA, will be offering Do-It-Yourself workshops offering hands-on training to members who want to lower their energy use. Led by DREMC Energy Advisor Pat Garrett, these workshops will offer …

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The Buzz on Bugs: They’re Not Always a Pest

Insects don’t get the respect they deserve, but author David MacNeal is highlighting their importance and diversity in his new book, “Bugged: The Insects Who Rule the World and the People Obsessed with Them.” MacNeal says bugs aren’t living in our world – we’re living in theirs. There are 1.4 billion bugs for every human …

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Two People from Shelbyville Facing Drug Charges in Manchester

Two Shelbyville residents were arrested Sept. 18 by Manchester Police for possession of drugs. Raul R. Moctezuma, 22, and Esmeralda Basurto-Prudente, 26, both of Shelbyville were arrested. According to a report by Officer Ray, he received a call to check on the welfare of two people sitting in a vehicle in the parking lot of …

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Manchester Police Asking for the Public’s Help

Manchester Police department personnel are attempting to identify a person of interest in reference to a theft investigation at Cracker Barrel restaurant (See pictures). The female subject is believed to be traveling in a silver Kia Optima. If you can help them identify this subject, please contact Manchester Police Investigator Trey Adcock at 931-728-2099. The …

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Youth Field Day events at the Coffee Co. Fair is Friday

“Fair Day” is this Friday, September 22. The Coffee County DARE program is honored to be sponsoring the “Youth Field Day” events for its 16th year. Between 300-400 students will be participating in sack races, 3 legged races, basketball and football throw, a dash and relay race, tug-a-war (boys vs girls) and it is finished …

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Fairest of the Fair and Miss Teen Coffee County Winners

2017 Fairest of the Fair: Emma Catelyn Millaway, daughter of Kyle and Callie Millaway 1st runner up- Maggie Blair Partin, daughter of Chad and Leann Partin 2nd runner up- Madison Brooke Vaughn, daughter of Jack and Stacie Vaughn 3rd runner up- Heather Cunningham, daughter of Maria Barnett and Eric Davidson 4th runner up- Lindsey Dickson, …

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Parent Meeting at Westwood Middle Concerning Gun Found on School Property

There will be a special meeting for parents of Westwood Middle School students on Wednesday afternoon at 5 p.m. This meeting is being conducted because of the gun that was found on a student at the school last Thursday, September 14, 2017. Westwood Middle School is located at 505 Taylor St in Manchester.

Red Raider Golf Captures District Title

Teeing off at Bear Trace for the 3rd time in 11 days, the CHS Golf team entered the District 8AAA tournament on Monday with some unfinished business.  After dropping a match win to Tullahoma last week, Coach Mike Ray challenged his team on Thursday in advance of Monday’s District tournament.  And the Red Raiders answered …

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Graduation Rates show Overall Improvements in Most Areas–Coffee Co. Remains Steady

Gov. Bill Haslam says Tennessee has set a new high mark for its high school graduation rate. A news release from the governor’s office says the 2016-17 graduation rate of 89.1 percent has set a record. The rates increased in about 56 percent of districts with high schools. The release says the rate is up …

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