Changes In Meth Bill Proposal

A watered-down version of Gov. Haslam’s anti-meth legislation has been approved by the House. The measure was approved 80-17 Wednesday, and is different than the Senate version. The House bill would set an annual cap of 150 days’ worth of allergy and cold medicines that could be bought without a prescription. Haslam’s original proposal would …

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Commencement Ceremonies Set For Motlow

Keith Hamilton, corporate manager of the North America Manufacturing and Education Center for Bridgestone Americas Tire Operation in LaVergne, will address the more than Motlow 700 students who participate in commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 10, according to Dr. MaryLou Apple, president of Motlow College. Hamilton from Tullahoma, has worked for Bridgestone since the ground …

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Newest Search For Man Missing Nearly 3 Years

Leo Paul Massicotte was last seen July 3, 2011 when his girlfriend let him out of her car on Skinner Flat Road in Manchester. Wednesday over 50 law enforcement officials searched for the man on A.E.D.C. property, but so far the man has not been found. The search involved Manchester Police, Manchester Fire Department, Coffee …

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Tennesseans May Get To Carry Guns Without Permit

The state Senate has passed a bill to allow Tennesseans to openly carry guns without a state-issued permit. The chamber voted 25-2 in favor of the bill sponsored by Republican Sen. Mae Beavers of Mt. Juliet. Beavers said the measure would keep the background checks and training requirements in order to carry concealed firearms, but …

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Tennessee Wilderness Act Moves to U.S. Senate Floor

Years in the making, an effort to help protect some of the state’s most pristine areas finally is moving forward in Congress. First introduced in 2010, the Tennessee Wilderness Act is headed for the Senate floor after passing through committee Tuesday. Among those applauding the approval is Will Skelton, an advisory committee member with the …

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Rock Creek Cleanup

The first Rock Creek clean will be held at Frazier-McEwen Park in Tullahoma on Saturday, April, 26 from 8:00am – 1:00pm. “This is a great opportunity for the community to have fun while making a difference,” said Event Organizer, Chad Marcum. “Rock Creek needs our help. It is a great natural resource that links our …

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WMSR Website Update

As many of you know the WMSR website went down from a couple of days last week. This was a server problem so it was beyond our control. We heard from many of you that were concerned about not being able to read the local news, sports, obituaries and other information at wmsrradio.com. We changed …

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Murder Case Heads To Grand Jury

Ricky L. Brazier, 57 of Tullahoma is accused of murdering his father Edward Brazier on January 27, 2014. On Tuesday he had his case bound over to the Coffee County Grand Jury. The 57 year-old Brazier is accused choking his father at the residence they shared on Marbury Road. According to investigators, a 9-1-1 call …

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