Shelbyville Man Charged With Rape In Tullahoma

Graphic details, please be aware… A Shelbyville man is being held in the Coffee County Jail under a $250,000 bond after being arrested Monday. Aled Key Marable, 28, of Highway 41A South, Shelbyville is charged with rape and aggravated assault following an alleged incident Sunday. The victim told Tullahoma Police Officer Lynn Cannon that she …

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Two Tullahoma Businesses Fined For Selling Beer To Minors

Recently the Tullahoma Board of Mayor and Alderman, meeting as the beer board, assessed the maximum penalties to two business that sold beer to minors during a compliance check conducted back in April. Gregory Jackson, who holds the permit in use at the Piggly Wiggly on East Lincoln Street, appeared before the board to answer …

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Early Voting Starts Friday

Over 32,000 Coffee County citizens are registered to vote in the August 7th state and federal primaries, as well as the Coffee County General election and the Tullahoma and Manchester city elections. Locally, Manchester voters will elect 3 aldermen from 8 choices. Tullahoma voters will be weighing in on a mayor, two aldermen seats, and …

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Lottery Has Record Sales Year

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The Tennessee Education Lottery Corp. has had a record year with $1.4 billion in sales for fiscal year 2014. According to the lottery, this year’s sales provided more than $337 million for targeted education programs. Those include college scholarships and grants, after-school programs for children and an initiative to make schools more energy efficient. In …

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Important County School Information

Registration for new students who will be enrolling at Coffee County Central High School (grades 10-12) will be held on July 21-23 between the hours of 8:00 – 11:00 a.m. and 12:00- 2:30 p.m. The following documents are required for enrollment: 1.    Two proofs of legal birth name (Ex. Birth Certificate and Social Security). 2.    Proof of Immunization on a Tennessee …

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Police Warning About Counterfeit Money In Coffee County

As we reported to you yesterday counterfeit money is making its way around the area. In recent weeks several businesses have been the victim of counterfeit money passed for purchases. In years past, the counterfeit money passed has been $100 bills but several of the bills being passed now have been $5 and $10 dominations. …

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Business Operator Facing Charges

  A woman who operates an electronic cigarette business in Manchester was arrested after turning herself in at the Coffee County Jail on Monday night. Jamie Catherine Mason, 30, of Hillsboro Boulevard is charged with storage of liquor for sale, possession of schedule VI and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was booked into the Coffee …

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Marijuana Plants Found In Franklin County

On Monday July 14th Franklin County Sheriff’s Office investigators seized one-hundred and ten marijuana plants. Information obtained through the course of an investigation led to investigators searching a wooded area adjacent to Jump-Off Road in the Sewanee area of Franklin County. As a result of their search, beginning at 9:00am and lasting to approximately 2:00pm, …

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Despite Cooler Weather Experts Caution: Be Sun Smart This Summer

From days at the beach to afternoons out biking and hiking, people across Tennessee are eagerly soaking up the sunshine. But doctors warn that sun lovers need to take steps to protect themselves from the most common form of cancer. Dr. Wei-Wei Huang is a dermatologist who says many people still think of skin cancer …

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Manchester Hospitals Filing Paperwork To Combine

United Regional Medical Center (“URMC”) and Medical Center of Manchester (“MCM”) are taking the first steps towards a potential combination of the two hospitals. URMC plans to file an application for a Certificate of Need (“CON”) with the Tennessee Health Services Development Agency next month. The application sets forth a plan for the two hospitals …

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