Coffee County Teacher Stole $29,000 from Local Teacher Association

A special investigation by the Tennessee Comptroller’s Office in conjunction with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has found that Stephanie Cunningham, a teacher for Coffee County Schools and former treasurer of the Coffee County Education Association, stole at least $29,096. Cunningham used the association’s debit card and cash for her personal benefit from May 2013 …

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Manchester Man Arrested for Car Theft

A Manchester man was arrested Nov. 14 for taking an Oldsmobile Bravado from a residence on the Old Manchester Highway. Chad Austin Heaton, 24, of Harvest Drive, Manchester allegedly was spotted by the owner of the vehicle driving on South Jackson Street in Tullahoma. Donald Duke notified Tullahoma Police that he had spotted his vehicle …

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Shred It, Forget It: Free Events Saturday to Protect Your Identity

This Saturday Tennesseans from across the state will have the chance to check a big task off of their list of things to do. AARP Tennessee is sponsoring free document-shredding events across the state during which anyone can bring in boxes of unwanted papers to dispose of them properly. Experts say that properly disposing of …

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11/18/16–H&R Block Student of the Week

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Congratulations to Student of the Week -Zander Underwood!!! Zander, the son of Tony and Pamela Underwood, is a fifth grader at Deerfield Elementary School. Zander’s favorite subject in school is history. Zander plans to become a Geologist because he “likes the look of rocks”, he said. Rosalyn Partin, owner of the Manchester H&R Block, has …

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Overdose Deaths Up in Tennessee–14 in Coffee Co. in 2015

The Tennessee Department of Health released data showing that 1,451 people died from drug overdoses in Tennessee in 2015. Officials say this is the highest annual number of overdose deaths recorded in state history. 6,036 lives have been lost due to drug overdoses in Tennessee in the past five years. The numbers included 14 overdose …

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Wartrace Man Arrested after allegedly taking items from Kroger in Tullahoma

On Tuesday Tullahoma officers were called to Kroger for a possible shoplifter. Officer Brooke Earhart made contact with Kroger personnel who stated that a man had allegedly stolen approximately $119.15. Terry Dwight Mooningham Jr age 33 Faye Creek Rd Wartrace also allegedly admitted to the officer that he had driven a motor vehicle to the …

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Fake Money in Tullahoma

Attention citizens and businesses of Tullahoma. The Tullahoma Police Department is asking you to please be very careful when accepting cash money. Cash was recently accepted by a local business and upon first glance it looks legitimate. After closer examination, the cash currency clearly says “For Motion Picture Use Only” in multiple places. Please examine …

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Undercover Drug Operation Ends with 33 Indictments in Franklin County

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office personnel, in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Decherd Police Dept., Estill Springs Police Dept. and the Winchester Police Dept., executed the serving of 33 indictments returned by a Franklin County Grand Jury on Monday November 14th, 2016. The indictments were the result of an 11 month …

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Deer Gun Season Opens This Saturday

It’s that time of year again. Tennessee’s gun hunting season opens Saturday, Nov. 19. Anyone born on or after Jan. 1, 1969 is required to carry proof of satisfactory completion of a hunter education class or be in possession of the Apprentice Hunting License while hunting any species in Tennessee. As the season begins, sportsmen …

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State Parks Offering Free Hikes on November 25

Tennessee State Parks will offer free, guided hikes at 56 of its parks on Friday, Nov. 25, including Old Stone Fort State Park in Manchester. This is the day after Thanksgiving and is the third year for this event, and one in a series of five statewide ranger-led hikes throughout the year. All hikes will …

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