Old Stone Fort Golf Course to Reopen Tuesday April 18

Tink Driver wanted to give back to his community by restoring Old Stone Fort Golf Course to its former beauty and offering a recreational opportunity to the area. The course was closed by the state in 2011, so it took some time to get it back in shape. On Tuesday, April 18, 2017 the course …

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Sportsmen and Businessmen Charitable Organization Donate to Local School Systems

The Sportsmen and Businessmen Charitable Organization has donated to both Coffee County Schools Family Resource Center and Manchester City Schools Family Resource Center. “It is a mission of SBCO’s to support programs that directly assist the children in our community. We are proud to contribute to Coffee County Schools’ Family Resource Center’s ‘Coffee County Student …

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Children’s Advocacy Center Flashes Back to the 80’s with Totally 80’s Party with a Purpose

Flash back to the 1980’s and help raise money for the Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center’s annual fundraiser. Totally 80’s: Party with a Purpose will be held on Friday, April 21st at the Manchester Coffee County Conference Center. The party begins at 6 PM with a silent auction and dinner and live auction to follow. …

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H&R Block Student of the Week Kinsley Hiett

Congratulations to Student of the Week -Kinsley Hiett!!! Kinsley, the daughter of Terri Capotocky (sap-a-tocky), is a ninth grader at the Coffee County Raider Academy. Kinsley was chosen to be honored because “she defended a fellow student from a bully”, says school librarian Michelle Vaughn. Kinsley said that she “was bullied in elementary school. So …

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Your Thunder Radio App Has Improved

Thunder Radio has something fun and exciting to announce. The Thunder Radio app has improved for Apple and Android phones. If you already have the app you may have to do an update. The app sponsored by Rodney’s Body Shop allows you to listen live from anywhere, keep up with local news and get storm …

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Law Enforcement asking for your Help

An unidentified male subject was allegedly involved in the theft of a red dump dual axle trailer from a location on the Woodbury Highway in Manchester on Thursday, April 6, 2017. An older model dark gray Ford flatbed truck was seen leaving the area driving towards Cannon County. The value of the trailer was estimated …

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Meth Bust in Bedford County

On Friday April 7th, 2017 deputies with the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office were investigating a potential burglary. While investigating the burglary, they made contact with a Michael Blackmon and Anthony Hampton. While speaking with Blackmon and Hampton, deputies saw signs of potential drug use and possession. Upon following up and acting on what they saw, …

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In-State Tuition Rates for Students here Illegally Blocked

A Tennessee House panel has narrowly voted down a push to offer in-state tuition rates to public college students whose parents brought them to the country illegally, drawing tears from some students in the room. The House Education Administration & Planning Committee voted 7-6 against the bill Tuesday. Republican bill sponsor Rep. Mark White of …

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Bell Buckle Murder Case Moves Forward

A boyfriend accused of fatally shooting his girlfriend this past March will see his case go before a Rutherford County Grand Jury. Assistant Rutherford County District Attorney J. Paul Newman told our news partner WGNS Radio. Lead Detective Steve Craig said that 29-year old Carly Hassett of Millersburg Road in Bell Buckle was pronounced dead …

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Al White Motors Raising Money for a deceased Mother that died in a Car Accident

Al White Motors in Manchester hired a young lady to work in their office three weeks ago. She was 29 years old and a mother of 7 month old twins. She was involved in a terrible accident Thursday and passed away Monday morning. She leaving behind a husband and two babies. Her name was Kelly Owens …

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