Girl Dies in Lawn Mower Accident

Recently the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office reported that a young girl was struck and killed by a riding lawn mower. The incident occurred at a home on U.S. 41A North between Shelbyville and Unionville. According to the Shelbyville Times-Gazette, a witness told deputies the child was running toward the lawn mower, fell and was run …

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Conflict in Syria Causing Gas Prices to Go Up

Pump prices will get more expensive this week, due to rising geopolitical tensions in the middle east. The conflict in Syria sent crude oil prices to their highest point in more than three years, and as a result, motorists are about to feel the pain at the pump. The national average price for gasoline is …

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Man Accused of having Pipe Bombs in his Tullahoma Home Appears in Court

Brandon Horn of Jackson Circle, Tullahoma who is accused of having pipe bombs in his home had his case bound over to the Coffee County Grand Jury Thursday afternoon. The 26 year-old Horn was arrested Feb. 15 after law enforcement found what was described as four pipe bombs in his residence. At the time of …

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Fugitive from Justice Caught by Manchester Police

On Wednesday (April 11th, 2018) a man was reported to be at Fred Deadman Park in Manchester acting suspicious. Manchester Officer Andy Neesmith arrived and spoke to the male subject. Allegedly the man gave the officer several different names and dates of birth. This was allegedly done to hide his true identity from Officer Neesmith. …

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Grundy County Class of 2018 will now feature 11 Co-Valedictorians

Grundy County School Board members voted Thursday night to have 11 co-valedictorians this school year. The Grundy County district’s Facebook page said all students with a 4.0-grade point average will become co-valedictorians. The reason stems from a high school senior arrested earlier this month. Senior Trevor Sanders was arrested recently for saying something about the …

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Haslam Announces Partnership with CMA Foundation for Music and Arts Education Initiative

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has announced a partnership with the Country Music Association (CMA) Foundation to launch a $1 million competitive grant opportunity focused on expanding students’ access to high-quality music and arts education. Tennessee: State of the Arts is a first of its kind public-private partnership to ensure more students across the state of …

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Interview with DA Craig Northcott


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Circuit Court Clerk Heather Duncan Addresses Court Security


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H&R Block Student of the Week

Congratulations to Student of the Week -Jack Beachboard!!! Jack is an eleventh grader at Coffee County Central High School. Jack was nominated because “he is so involved in many activities, he is a great student with a tremendous work ethic; and he is a gentleman at all times. He is exactly what we want in …

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Two Area Police Departments Asking for the Public’s Help

The Tullahoma Police Department needs your help identifying a person that might have been involved in a fraud case. Anyone with information regarding this person’s identity or the fraud committed, is asked contact Tullahoma Police Department Investigator Tyler Hatfield by calling 931.455.0530 or by emailing thatfield@tullahomatn.gov. The Shelbyville Police Department needs your assistance locating Wesley …

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