High-Speed Chase Sends Female To Jail

The passenger in a vehicle involved in a Nov. 7th high-speed chase has been sentenced in Warren County General Sessions Court. 29 year old Tammy Crusinberry pled guilty to charges of evading arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was ordered to serve 12 days of an 11 month 29 day sentence. Crusinberry was the …

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Shelbyville School Gets $970,000 Grant

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam announced Thursday the recipients of the Labor Education Alignment Program (LEAP) competition, a state effort focused on increasing opportunities for Tennesseans to obtain a certificate or degree beyond high school that is aligned with the needs of the workforce in their communities. “These types of intentional partnerships between local agencies and …

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Toy Guns and High Tech: Gifts with a Risk of Eye Injury

As parents across Tennessee continue to pack the malls and stores, they’re being reminded that some gifts for their kids that may bring joy could also bring pain. Each year in the United States, thousands of accidents each year involving children and toys result in eye injuries and even blindness. Optometrist Jessica Schara said some …

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Be Safe! Close the Door

Every year a new theme is chosen for Fire Prevention Week which is held in early October to promote good safety habits. This year’s 2014 Fire Prevention week theme was Close the Door. Most people remember Stop, Drop, & Roll when they think of fire safety, but did you know that the simple act of sleeping …

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Aaron’s Sales and Lease Student of the Week 12 December 2014

The Aaron's Sales and Lease Student of the Week, - Brittany Reed

The Aaron’s Sales and Lease Student of the week for 12 December 2014 is Brittany Reed. Brittany is in fifth grade at New Union Elementary School in Coffee County. She is the daughter of proud parents Angel and Jerry. She was nominated for this award because she is helpful, attentive and sets the example for all other students. Brittany’s favorite subject is math because she says she’s really good at it. She plans to be a doctor when she gets older. Brittany 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 Brittany Reed, the Aaron’s Sales and Lease Student of the Week.

Thefts In Tullahoma

Lisa Beechum of Silver Street reported on Dec. 9 the theft of several items from her vehicle. Beechum stated that the thieves took a Christmas toy, various childrens clothes and a Sony face plate for a car CD player. She told the officer that the doors had been locked at the time of the theft. …

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Haslam Supporting Tennessee Teachers

Gov. Bill Haslam has unveiled several proposals intended to support Tennessee teachers. The Republican governor discussed the proposals this week at the annual conference of Learning Forward, an association devoted to advancing professional learning for student success. They include adjusting the way teachers are evaluated, aligning state academic standards with assessments, providing educators with more …

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Tennessee Receives Grant For Preschool Services

Federal officials have awarded a $17.5 million grant to Tennessee to expand preschool services. A statement from the U.S. Education Department on Wednesday says Tennessee is one of 13 states receiving funding from the Preschool Development Grants program to expand services. Five other states received grants for preschool development. U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan …

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Local REALTORS® Donate Over $4700 to the Sheriff’s Charity Fund

The 2014 Middle Tennessee Association of REALTORS® (MTAR) Charity Golf Scramble, held September 25th at WillowBrook Golf Club in Manchester, was very successful in helping this year’s two recipients of funds. The Coffee County Sheriff’s Department’s Christmas Charity Fund provides toys and food for needy families during the holidays. Last year the Fund provided toys …

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Benefit Holiday Concert At Motlow

Motlow College will host a holiday benefit concert on Friday, Dec. 19, at 7 p.m. inside Eoff Hall’s Powers Auditorium on the Moore County campus. Prior to the performance, there will be a reception inside Eoff Hall at 6 p.m. Admission to the event is free to the public, but reservations are required as seating …

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