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Manchester city officials and Manchester Chamber of Commerce unveiled this year’s Trees of Christmas at the Ada Wright Center Monday with a ribbon cutting at the Ada Wright Center (328 N. Woodland St.) During the ceremony Manchester Recreation Department’s Tiffany Clutter said that the Dig n…

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On cue, the area’s first snowfall of the season coincided with the first day of December. The wintery mix began falling midday on Monday, Nov. 30. Both school districts canceled school late Monday evening. Pictured, College Street Elementary School fifth-graders Selena Garcia and Lia Shelton…

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Manchester city officials and Manchester Chamber of Commerce unveiled this year’s Trees of Christmas at the Ada Wright Center Monday with a ribbon cutting at the Ada Wright Center (328 N. Woodland St.) During the ceremony Manchester Recreation Department’s Tiffany Clutter said that the Dig n…

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Coffee County Central High School held a Veterans Day program this year with a virtual presentation that was uploaded to YouTube.  

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Coffee County Central High School will be giving away to veterans take and bake pizzas until 2 p.m. Nov. 11 at 100 Red Raider Drive. 

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St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School welcomes families seeking better educational options to a virtual admission open house on Sunday, November 15 at 2 p.m. for students seeking admission to grades 6-8 and 4:00 p.m. for students interested in grades 9-12. Families will enjoy the opportunity to hear f…

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Coffee County Central High School’s culinary classes and related club will give free pizza to veterans on Veterans Day from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. at the front entrance.

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Nikki Alonso, 33, of Manchester, learned in September she has breast cancer. Nikki is a teacher at New Union Elementary School in Manchester.  

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October is named annually “Pastor Appreciation Month,” but some may wonder why pastors deserve an official time to be appreciated.

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Failure can be as good teacher, often better in fact than success. In success, you show mastery of something you’ve already learned. If you can get out of the shadow of ego, failure will teach you exactly where you’re lacking.

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Coffee County has the highest concentration of caves in Tennessee. Tennessee has over 11,500 caves. To be on the Tennessee Cave it has to be at least 50 feet. Many are much more than that.

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Youth between the ages of 10-16, who are hunter safety certified and who have never harvested a deer, are eligible to win a spot in what has become an annual special hunt. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will host the hunt in conjunction with the opening day of the 2020 Tennessee You…

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Preparing a well-balanced dinner on most days of the week is a challenge for many working adults. Unless you plan ahead, healthy intentions can quickly end in a less than healthy plate. How do you provide healthy meals quickly? Two popular cooking methods may help.

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Want the most unique costume at the party, or the one that’s perfect for your child? Make one yourself with a little help from some local experts.

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Fast, mobile and ready, food trucks have proved to me more than an immerging trend, they have become a commonplace addition to the brick-and-mortar venue.

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The Coffee County Manchester Library has adjusted its operations because of the pandemic. The library now offers curbside services.

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A Manchester Times’ reader responded to a story concerning the TVA’s acquisition of her family property. Betty Neel Dotson, who now resides in Athens, Ala., grew up on the property discussed in the recent Times story, “July marks the 44th anniversary of the end of the Neel property dispute.”

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Allen, Anastasia Marie, born on July 26 at Southern Tennessee Regional Health System to Brandie and Victor Allen. She weighed 6 lbs. 7 oz. and was 17 inches long. She joins a brother, Victor. Grandparents are Torie and Steven Wiseman  and Robin Weddington.

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Today Kim King, Commander of VFW Post 10904, presented a National Citation of Recognition from the Veterans of Foreign Wars national headquarters to Westwood Middle School. 

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We are saddened to announce the cancelation of this year’s White Oak Craft Fair, the Arts Center of Cannon County has announced. 

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The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is announcing that the 2020 Wildlife Management Area (WMA) and Youth WMA quota hunts application results are now available on the Agency’s website. In addition, the leftover WMA permit locations have been announced which will be available Aug. 26 on a …

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Many garden vegetables are ready to harvest. One key step in growing a vegetable garden is being able to harvest the crop when they are at the best stage of quality.  Let’s look at some common vegetables to see when the correct time is for their harvest.

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Local humanitarian Stacy Morales Garcia loves her community. She works as a notary, translator and volunteer helping meet the needs of members of the Hispanic community. 

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Manchester Parks and Recreation will begin accepting registration soon for the Children's After-school Program (CAP). The program operates Monday through Friday 6-7 a.m. and 3:05-6  p.m., starting Aug. 3. 

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 Following the Instapot, the air fryer became all the rage with home cooks. Commercials, infomercials and Facebook were hot with ads touting this new kitchen appliance. If you’re considering make this purchase, consider the pros and cons.

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 The Tennessee FFA Association, upon unanimous approval and funding from the Tennessee FFA Foundation Board of Directors, is now an affiliated state association within the National FFA Organization. 

No gas, little maintenance — the freedom of the road is truly free when riding a bicycle, but this carefree transportation requires some precautions to stay safe as possible.