Third Bank Reports Bank Scam

first national bank

We have yet another bank scam to report. For the third time in less than a week, more Coffee County citizens have received scam text messages. Some customers of First National Bank in Manchester have received text messages that their bank account number was needed to be verified. First National Bank’s Brent Parsley says that …

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Pancreatic Cancer: Warning Signs of Deadly Disease

Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of cancer, with just six percent of patients surviving five years after their diagnosis. November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, and those who have been touched by the illness want Tennesseans to recognize the warning signs, since early detection is key to having a better chance at …

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Executive Director of Keep Tennessee Beautiful Visits Tullahoma

Missy Marshall, Executive Director of Keep Tennessee Beautiful, was in Tullahoma Thursday as a guest of Mayor Lane Curlee. She was in Tullahoma to promote the benefits of a clean and attractive community. Thursday afternoon she spoke to attendees at the monthly Planning and Coordinating Committee, visited the four elementary schools, was interviewed for a …

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THP Says Watch Out For Deer

The Tennessee Highway Patrol is urging motorists to be on the lookout for deer. Officials say fall is the worst time for deer-related crashes because it’s the start of deer mating and hunting season. THP Col. Tracy Trott says drivers should watch for deer on or around the roadways, especially at dawn or after sunset. …

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Burch & Stanley Attorneys at Law Student of the Week 13 November 2015

The Burch & Stanley Attorneys at Law Student of the Week Amber May with Eric Burch

The Burch & Stanley attorneys at law “Student of the Week” for 13 November 2015 is Amber May. Amber is in fifth grade at Robert E. Lee Elementary School in Tullahoma. She is the daughter of proud parents Rose and Robert. She was selected as our student this week because of the many positive attributes …

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Memphis Man Arrested after Attempting to Get Contraband Into the Coffee County Jail

On Wednesday evening Coffee County Sheriff’s Department (CCSD) Investigator James Sherrill was at the sheriff’s department when he says he observed a black male pulling on the fence that surrounds the jail complex and began transferring a package with unknown contents to a string line. The string and package were seen being pulled back to …

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Bank Scam Number 2 This Week

We have another bank scam to report. Some customers of Coffee County Bank in Manchester received a text message on Thursday that their bank account number needed to be verified. Coffee County Bank President Rush Bricken says that this is a scam and the bank did not send it. Please be aware that a “phishing” …

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Hunting Accident Has Man Facing Homicide Charge

In September a deadly hunting accident was reported in Grundy County and an investigation began. 44-year-old Chad Killian was found with a gunshot wound to his upper body. Killian was taken to the hospital and later died from his injuries. 45-year-old Robin Smartt, Jr told Grundy County deputies Killian was shot during a hunting accident. …

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Prison Administrators Want to Give Employees Bonus Money

Tennessee prison administrators plan to pay current officers a $1,000 bonus before the end of the year as part of an effort to bolster retention efforts. The Tennessean reports that it obtained a staff memo sent Tuesday by Tennessee Department of Correction Commissioner Derrick Schofield to announce the decision. The move affects 3,300 officers, representing …

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