Coffee County Student Expo is set for Saturday, July 27th

Coffee County Schools will hold its 5th annual student expo this upcoming Saturday, July 27th at Coffee County Central High School. Doors will open at 9 a.m.  The annual event is designed to provide students in Coffee County Schools from prek through seniors in high school with all necessary items to begin the new school …

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Authorities need help finding those who damaged Tullahoma soccer fields

Authorities are looking for the persons responsible for damaging the soccer field  at Johnson Lane in Tullahoma sometime Saturday night. Videos and photos show the fields were damaged by some sort of vehicles, leaving the fields unplayable. Anyone with information on who damaged these fields is encouraged to contact the Tullahoma Police Department at 931-455-0530. …

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Attorney files to disqualify Northcott from Casada case

The attorney for Justin Shea Bautista-Jones has filed a motion to have District Attorney General Craig Northcott disqualified as the special prosecutor in the case against state house speaker Glen Casada. The motion states that Northcott should be disqualified because of his lobbying relationships with the state general assembly and his social media posts  that came …

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Manchester to move forward with new greenway

As of now, the City of Manchester will move forward with a new greenway that will start behind the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center, run through the Great Stage Park Property – better known as Bonnaroo – and then end on Bushy Branch road with a trailhead available to walkers and runners.  Back in 2018, the …

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Russian aircraft flies over AEDC for observation flight

Back in May of this year a Russian aircraft flew over Arnold Air Force Base for an observation flight as part of the Open Skies Treaty.  According to AEDC officials, the flyover was part of a mission allowed under the open skies treaty, also known as the treaty on open skies, which was signed by …

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Interesting new pronouns to be used in Berkeley, Calif.

The Berkeley city council in California voted last week  to eliminate gender-specific pronouns from its municipal code. For instance, “manhole” will now be considered “maintenance hole,” “manpower” will now be referred to as “human effort,” the terms “sister” and “brother” will now be referred to as “sibling,” and, get this one, the terms “male” and …

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Coffee County Government MEETINGS THE WEEK OF JULY 22, 2019

MEETINGS THE WEEK OF JULY 22, 2019 Monday, July 22 5:00 p.m. – Legislative Committee Tuesday, July 23 4:00 p.m. – Planning Commission 5:00 p.m. – Health, Welfare & Recreation Committee Thursday, July 24 5:00 p.m. – Rural Roads & Bridges Committee


COFFEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 1343 McArthur Street Manchester, Tennessee 37355 Telephone: 931-723-5150 Facsimile: 931-723-8285 TO: All Board Members FROM: Brett Henley, Chairman SUBJECT: Work Session / Special Called Meeting DATE: July 22, 2019 TIME: 4:30 p.m. PLACE: Coffee County Board of Education WORK SESSION AGENDA I. North Coffee Bids SPECIAL CALLED MEETING AGENDA I. …

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Rutherford Co. man allegedly shoots neighbor after argument

A Rutherford County man is in trouble after allegedly shooting his neighbor after the two got into an argument.  The Daily News Journal reports that Larry Dale Pitts, age 57, has been charged with attempted first-degree murder. The report states that Pitt threatened to kill his neighbor and his family after the two to into …

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Rec Center has openings for after school program

The Manchester Recreation Center is offering an after school program and signups are underway. This is Monday through Friday, 3-6 p.m. and the rec center will offer pickup from city  schools. Snacks will be provided and swimming will be an activity every Friday, along with homework and reading help. Price is $40 weekly and there …

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