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Manchester Arts Center will offer art classes June 8-July 29, from 10-11 a.m.on  Mondays and Wednesdays.Classes will be for children grades first through sixth.Each week will feature a different area of art from painting to block printing.Sign up for one week or all sessions. Any questions c…

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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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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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 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.

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Manchester Arts Center will offer art classes June 8-July 29, from 10-11 a.m.on  Mondays and Wednesdays.Classes will be for children grades first through sixth.Each week will feature a different area of art from painting to block printing.Sign up for one week or all sessions. Any questions c…

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Four students from Coffee County Central High School’s Culinary Arts Work Based Learning class earned a management industry certification in Hospitality and Tourism, following a test taken Feb. 18. The Culinary Arts Work Based Learning (WBL) class reviewed and studied in preparation of  the …

Foothills Crafts members recently delivered masks to local doctor and urgent care offices, Peoples Bank & Trust and Star Physical Therapy, all for free. All the recipients expressed how grateful they were to receive them. Each mask contained a note in each bag with washing instruction. T…

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Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Hickerson Elementary School will continue distributing food to area students from 9:30-11:30 a.m. for drive through service. Pictured is Principal Jimmy Anderson, cafeteria manager Kelly Arnold and Christina Arnette.

Manchester City Schools welcomed Tennessee Commissioner of Education Penny Schwinn last week during a tour that stopped at Westwood Elementary School on Friday.

This Week’s Coffee County Central High School Student of the week is Senior Emilee Roberson. Emilee is the daughter of Robin Cashion and Greg Roberson from Hillsboro.

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 The Morrison Public Library sixth annual Hear Tell Storytelling Fest will feature among other guests, a former Marvel Comics artist and graphic novelist, Wayne Vansant. The free event, held at 10 a.m., March 7, is named Celebrate 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage Tennesseans and the Vote.

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The Center for the Arts continues its 25th season with The Diary of Anne Frank. The production opens on Friday, March 6 and runs through Sunday, March 15. Join us for this dramatic telling of how Anne Frank and her family hid from the Nazis in an attic for over two years.

The Coffee County Central High School Student of the Week is sophomore Olivia Kilpatrick, the daughter of Lindsay and David Wiley and Brian Kilpatrick.

Westwood Middle School proudly recognizes sixth grader, Angie Marceleno, as this week’s Rocket Pride Spotlight student.

The Coffee County UT Extension will hold 4-H All in One Nights at the Farm Bureau CORRAL room at 225 E Main St. for youth in grades fourth-12 every on the second and fourth Monday.

This week’s student of the week is junior Macy Tabor. Macy is the daughter of Mark and Tracy Smith Tabor of Morrison. 

Niko is a black and white, smooth coated, two year old Akita-mix who has been neutered.  He has been an inside dog and will make an excellent pet.  He and other dogs are available for adoption at the Coffee County Animal Shelter, 156 Freedom Drive (off Oakdale Street) in Manchester.  Hours a…