Scam Alert: Delinquent Utility Bill Phone Call

The Tullahoma Police Department was recently notified by several local businesses and TUB of a phone scam claiming to be a local Utility Department. The caller is advising that the business has a delinquent account with a utility company other than the one which provides them service, and the account balance must be paid to …

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Aaron’s Sales and Lease Student of the Week

Maggie Partin - Student of the Week

The Aaron’s Sales and Lease Student of the week for 17 October 2014 is Maggie Partin. Maggie is in eighth grade at Westwood Middle School in Manchester. She is the daughter of proud parents Chad and LeAnn and has a little brother. She was nominated for this award because she exemplifies what is is to …

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Winchester Man Killed In Mortorcycle Crash

A 72-year old man has been identified as the victim in an accident on I-24 Thursday morning. Tennessee Highway Patrol reports that Earl Winn of Winchester, TN died when the motorcycle he was riding crashed into a tractor trailer. THP says the call came in around 9:15 a.m. CST. The accident happened around mile marker …

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Burn Permit Needed For Any Outdoor Burning

The Tennessee Department of Agriculture Division of Forestry and the Department of Commerce and Insurance’s Division of Fire Prevention are reminding homeowners to follow simple safety practices to prevent wildfires. The online burn permit system is fast and simple. If you are burning a leaf or brush pile that is smaller than 8 feet by …

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Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center Brings Chili Cook-Off Back To The Historic Manchester Square

On Saturday, November 8th from 12-4 PM, the Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center will be bringing back a popular community event to the newly renovated historic Manchester Square. For a number of years, the Manchester Fire Department hosted a chili cook-off to benefit local organizations including the Children’s Advocacy Center the final year it hosted …

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Tullahoma Man Recovering From Brain Cancer Makes a Special Memory At Grandaddy’s Farm

The beauty of the fall harvest at Grandaddy’s Farm set the backdrop for a romantic moment for one area couple. Nicholas Smith of Tullahoma selected the farm’s popular pumpkin patch as the location for him to pop the question to his now-fiance, Rebecca Edwards. A trek to the farm was already an annual tradition for …

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Meth Lab and Stolen Jeep Discovered At Manchester Motel

Tuesday in Manchester, Officer Daniel Ray with the Manchester Police Department responded to a call at the Greenleaf Inn about a person offering methamphetamine to a person at the motel. Investigator Johnathan Anthony and Officer Bryan Eldridge arrived at the scene. Anthony spoke with John Lawrence Johnson, who was in the walkway at the motel. …

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Tennessee Tries To Turn The Tide On Disability Unemployment

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, and with a growing need for skilled workers in the state and across the country, Tennessee is among those now focusing on making a greater effort to hire individuals with disabilities. Sarah Harvey, program director with TennesseeWorks, says only about 30 percent of Tennesseans with intellectual or developmental …

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Tourism Continues To Boom In Tennessee

A new study says tourism spending in Tennessee last year grew at twice the overall inflation rate. The U.S. Travel study shows tourism spending helps support about one of every 20 jobs in Tennessee. Gov. Haslam said the state’s tourism industry grew by 3.3 percent in 2013 to more than $27 billion. The industry employs …

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