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Annual Sportsmen and Businessmen Charitable Organization event set for Saturday

Posted on October 28, 2014 at 7:16 pm

The 31st annual Sportsmen and Businessmen’s Charitable Organization (SBCO) event will take place at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center. “This is something that started when I was 9 and had very little to do with it and it has grown to where the community now relies on it and benefits from it,” said Carter Sain with SBCO. “It’s has been valuable to the community.” The event

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  • Great Lakes Cheese to host job fair Nov. 11

    Posted on October 21, 2014 at 11:09 am

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    Great Lakes Cheese, one of the newest industries in Coffee County, will be hosting a job fair from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 11 at the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center, 147 Hospitality Blvd. According to a release from Great Lakes Cheese, the open house will be to “give folks within the community the opportunity to apply to open positions that are available at the plant and learn more

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  • Ted Hackney, Coffee County Industrial Board, wins state’s top economic development honor

    Posted on October 9, 2014 at 9:09 am

    Ted Hackney, second from left, was honored with the Fred Harris Professional of the Year award. (Photo provided)

    The Tennessee Economic Development Council (TEDC) has recognized Ted Hackney, Executive Director of the Coffee County Industrial Board as the 2014 Fred Harris Professional of the Year. He was honored for his significant economic development achievements in the state of Tennessee. Ted Hackney has been involved in economic development for many years, starting his career in Alabama. During his time there, Hackney worked in both Huntsville and Mobile. In 1988,

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  • Records show Manchester knew of, paid for geocaching that caused bomb scare

    Posted on October 1, 2014 at 1:30 am

    Manchester Police Department chief investigator Billy Butler, Coffee County Sheriff's Department chief investigator Doug Richardson and MPD major Bill Sipe, pictured from left, wait on the Tennessee Highway Patrol to investigate a suspicious package behind the Jiffy Burger restaurant. The military ammunition box turned out to be a Geocache. (Staff photo by Josh Peterson)

    By Josh Peterson, editor The Manchester Tourism and Community Development Commission was aware of geocaching happening in Manchester that led to a bomb scare at the Jiffy Burger restaurant and evacuation of three businesses Monday afternoon, according to meeting minutes obtained by the Manchester Times. According to minutes obtained by the Times, the tourism commission actually discussed doing geocaching in Manchester at four different meetings over the past 11 months,

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  • Suspicious package scare at Jiffy Burger is Geocache box

    Posted on September 30, 2014 at 9:32 am

    Manchester Police Department chief investigator Billy Butler, Coffee County Sheriff's Department chief investigator Doug Richardson and MPD major Bill Sipe, pictured from left, wait on the Tennessee Highway Patrol to investigate a suspicious package behind the Jiffy Burger restaurant. The military ammunition box turned out to be a Geocache. (Staff photo by Josh Peterson)

    Authorities shut down a quarter-mile stretch of Hillsboro Blvd. and evacuated three businesses Monday afternoon when a suspicious package was seen dropped next to a gas line at Jiffy Burger restaurant at 1001 Hillsboro Blvd. Traffic was rerouted and Jiffy Burger, Hardees and the Coffee County Manchester Public Library were evacuated and closed for approximately four hours while local authorities waited for bomb specialists with the Tennessee Highway Patrol to examine

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  • McEacharn no longer executive director of Manchester Chamber

    Posted on September 25, 2014 at 3:19 pm

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    Manchester Area Chamber of Commerce executive director Susie McEacharn is no longer with the chamber. According to chamber president Carter Sain, McEacharn turned in her resignation Monday, Sept. 22 after nearly a decade with the chamber and the chamber executive committee accepted her resignation. “Margie [Lowe] and Angela [Adams] are still [employed] at the chamber and happily carrying out their duties and we think they can hold the fort down until we

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  • Manchester First National Bank victimized by quick change scam

    Posted on September 15, 2014 at 9:43 am

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    A Manchester bank fell prey to a scam last week, authorities said. According to a report by Manchester Police Department officer Landon Pence, two black males entered First National Bank on West High Street in Manchester and walked away with approximately $680. According to the report, the men entered the bank Wednesday afternoon and one asked for change for a $100 bill several times while the second man kept asking

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