Board of Regents to Consider Tuition Increases at Tennessee Community and Technical Colleges

The board that oversees Tennessee’s community and technical colleges is set to consider increases in tuition and fees at its upcoming meeting. The Board of Regents said it will hold a quarterly meeting at Volunteer State Community College in Gallatin. Committees will meet Thursday and the full board will meet the next day. Earlier this …

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New Commander takes over at AEDC on Tuesday

Col. Jeffrey T. Geraghty will become the new commander of the Arnold Engineering Development Complex during a Change of Command ceremony at 9 a.m., June 18, 2019 at Arnold Air Force Base, Tennessee. The outgoing commander, Col. Scott A. Cain, will relinquish command to Geraghty at the AEDC Large Rocket Motor Test Facility, J-6 at …

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Coffee County Government Meetings WEEK OF JUNE 17, 2019

MEETINGS THE WEEK OF JUNE 17, 2019 Monday, June 17 4:30 p.m. – Beer Board 5:00 p.m. – Budget & Finance Committee Wednesday, June 19 4:00 p.m. – Coffee County Industrial Board Thursday, June 20 5:00 p.m. – Ambulance Authority

Fentanyl Causing Major Problems–Death

With Bonnaroo in Coffee County through Sunday, we are hearing rumors of drugs to watch out for. One of the many drugs that have been talked about in recent days is marijuana laced with Fentanyl. Two people died on the same day in Tullahoma last week allegedly due to illicit drugs being laced with Fentanyl. …

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Bonnaroo Traffic

On Wednesday night around 8 pm, the gates opened at Bonnaroo. According to our sources, one of the gates was shut down due to lightning in the area. Traffic began to back up. Hundreds of cars sat parked on Interstate 24 for several miles and Hwy 41 was backed up from Asbury Rd. to Pelham …

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Two Men in Custody after String of Car Burglaries in Bedford County

  Investigators with the Bedford County Sheriff’s Department took two men into custody after a string of car burglaries. Caden Fox and Joseph Howard were arrested on Thursday after reports of car burglaries in the Wheel area. Fox and Howard have been charged with eight counts each for auto burglary and four counts each for …

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THP Offers 2019 Summer Citizens’ Academy

The Tennessee Highway Patrol is accepting applications for the 2019 Summer Citizens’ Academy. Classes in Nashville start July 16, at T.H.P. Training Center located at 283 Stewarts Ferry Pike, Nashville, Tennessee. 37214. Sessions will run from 6:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. with dinner starting at 5:45 p.m. weekly on Tuesday evenings. The Citizens’ Academy, consists …

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Lynchburg Music Fest is coming in August

Another music festival is coming to the local area. The first ever Lynchburg Music Fest hits Moore County this August. 2 days, 3 stages, 30 bands, camping, food, country music, and whiskey. Hear performances by Jamey Johnson, Easton Corbin, Montgomery Gentry, Joe Diffie, David Lee Murphy, Cassadee Pope, Keith Anderson, Raelynn, Craig Campbell, along with …

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Breaking News! Arrest made after 4 Pipe Bombs are Found

Manchester Police was called to Walker Street Wednesday morning where (according to Chief Investigator Jackie Matheny confirmed for WMSR News) an explosive device was found. The investigator said that a Coffee County Jail trustee found the device in a ditch near the Coffee County Highway Department. A second explosive device was located a short distance …

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TBI Report on Hate Crimes and Violence Against Officers

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released its annual reports detailing hate crimes and violence against officers. According to the TBI, hate crimes rose by 1% in Tennessee in 2018 compared to 2017 with 196 victims of known bias and 364 victims of some unknown motivation. Crimes against persons made up 75.1% of all known bias …

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