Come Celebrate Micro Craft’s 60 Years in Business

The Board of Mayor and Aldermen, the Tullahoma Area of Chamber of Commerce, the Coffee County Industrial Board and the Tullahoma Area Economic Development Corporation (TAEDC) invite the public to a reception to recognize and honor Micro Craft, Inc.’s sixtieth anniversary of operations in Tullahoma. The reception will be Monday, September 24, 2018 from 4:30 …

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Coffee County Golf Wins Region Title, State Bound

For the 2nd straight year, the Coffee County Central High School golf team won the region tournament and punched their ticket to the 2018 TSSAA State Tournament.  Entering the region tournament as the District 8 champion, the Red Raiders were considered the pre-tournament favorite.  The Red Raiders clawed out a hard-fought victory over district rival …

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You’re Invited to National Public Lands Day September 29 at Old Stone Fort State Park

Join Old Stone Fort State Park Rangers on National Public Lands Day on September 29. National Public Lands Day is a day for community, when citizens go out and explore and give back to their public lands. Last year, Tennessee State Parks and Tennessee State Natural Areas welcomed over 1,000 people to events hosted on …

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16-Year-Old Injured in Winchester Crash

A 16-year-old female was leaving the Franklin County High School campus on Sunday in the vehicle she was driving when apparently, she collided with a gate in front of a bus parking area. Emergency crews from the scene reported that a pole broke off the fence and went through the passenger’s side windshield and out …

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Gas Prices Hold Steady Through Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence had little to no effect on prices at the pump last week. Gas prices in Tennessee have held steady through the past week. Sunday’s state average of $2.59 per gallon is the same as a week ago and 3 cents less than last month. However, motorists are still paying 2 cents per gallon …

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Beware of Price Gouging

The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance is urging everyone to be on the alert for any price gouging in the area in the wake of Hurricane Florence. As evacuees have moved into the state, they want to make sure the prices are fair. It’s illegal to raise the prices of essential goods and services …

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Deer Archery-Only Hunting Season Opens Saturday

The 2018 deer archery-only hunting season opens statewide in Tennessee on Saturday, Sept. 22. The archery season dates in all five of the state’s deer hunting units are the same. The dates are Sept. 22-Oct. 26 and Oct. 29-Nov. 2. In addition to deer, archers may harvest one bearded turkey during the archery-only deer season …

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Tuesday at the Coffee County Fair

The Coffee County Fair continues at the fairgrounds in Manchester. Activities on Tuesday include Nick’s Kids Show at 5, 7 and 8:30 pm. The Wool and Woolies show at begins at 5 pm. Junior Miss Coffee County contest, ages 6-8, begins at 6 pm and ages 9-12 starts at 7:30. Also, Tuesday night, ride all …

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Coffee County Football Gets Region Win at Warren County

With the Warren County Fair taking place in McMinnville, senior Andrew Mahaffey put his Coffee County football team on his back for a ride on Friday night.  The senior rushed 35 times for 303 yards as the Raiders returned to region play with a convincing win over the Pioneers.  Taking on their bitter rival, Coffee …

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7 Years Later Man Convicted on Sex Charges

In October 2011 a Tullahoma businessman was arrested by police on sex charges. Shannon Eugene Amos, of Carr Creek Road, Normandy, who was 39 at the time, was arrested by Tullahoma Police Investigator Harry Conway on sealed indictments from the Coffee County Grand Jury for aggravated statutory rape and sexual battery by an authority figure. …

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