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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Two Men Charged with Aggravated Arson

Two men have been charged with setting a fire in a restroom at a Manchester Park. Patrick Scott Potts, 24, of West Moore Street, Manchester and Alexander Michael Constantaras, 51, of Kennesaw, Georgia were charged with aggravated arson and public intoxication. The charges were filed after the two were seen leaving a restroom at Fred …

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Mobile Household Hazardous Waste Collection is Saturday in Coffee County

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation’s (TDEC) mobile household hazardous waste collection service will be in Coffee County on Saturday, April 14. Since the program’s inception in 1993, more than 346,000 Tennessee households have properly disposed of more than 22 million pounds of material. “I encourage all Tennessee households with eligible hazardous materials to …

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Scientists Are “Listening” to Our Tweets

New legal and ethical questions surrounding the business practices of Facebook seem to surface daily, but at the same time, a new survey finds most Twitter users don’t realize that university researchers and others collect and analyze their “tweets” in the name of science. Social computing researcher Casey Fiesler, an assistant professor in the University …

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Sheriff Steve Graves’ Response to District Attorney


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Commissioners Receive Pay Increase and More Information from Tuesday’s Commission Meeting

The Coffee County Budget and Finance Committee back in March approved a recommendation to the full commission that would give commissioners a raise in pay. The recommendation was approved on Tuesday night during the full county commission meeting. The compensation will be raised from $100 to $150 for each meeting of the full commission and …

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THP Issues 1,816 Distracted Driving Citations During Crackdown

The Tennessee Highway Patrol issued 1,816 distracted driving citations during a crackdown from April 2 through April 4. That’s 911 more citations than were issued during 2017’s crackdown. The Tennessee Highway Safety Office and the Tennessee Highway Patrol joined local law enforcement for Tennessee’s third statewide bus tour to crack down on distracted driving. In …

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Tennessee Reconnect Working Out Just Fine

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam announced Wednesday that more than 10,000 adults have applied for Tennessee Reconnect, the state’s program for adult learners to earn an associate degree or technical certificate tuition-free. The application for Tennessee Reconnect opened on February 15 and 10,497 applications had been submitted as of April 10. Tennessee Reconnect is Haslam’s groundbreaking …

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Liquor and Wine Sales Approved for Sundays and some Holidays

The Tennessee Legislature has passed a bill that would allow seven-day liquor and wine sales, despite opposition from religious conservatives. Afterward, the Tennessee Pastors Network called the measure “despicable.” If signed by the governor, liquor stores would be able to open for business on Sunday and grocery stores would be allowed to sell wine that …

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