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Theresa Crossland, general manager of Jefferson’s Restaurant in Manchester, encourages locals to visit the eatery Jan. 21 and support the Coffee County Veterans Association (CCVA).

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One Coffee County business is making employee health their business as VIAM is offering their workers a wide array of wellness initiatives.

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A two-day undercover operation by Special Agents with the TBI Human Trafficking Unit and detectives with the Spring Hill Police Department has resulted in the arrest of several men, including three who are charged with solicitation of a minor.

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How long have you served as executive director for the Manchester Chamber of Commerce?

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The Coffee County Drug Court Foundation (CCDCF) has been selected to receive $100,000 annually from the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS). The drug court foundation will use the awarded funds to provide housing options for people recovering from sub…

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Manchester resident is asking who is responsible for the flooding issues at his house and neighborhood.  When Brandon Hughes bought the home at 282 Forrestwood Dr., Manchester, that was almost completed, he was given documents and told that the area was not at high risk for flooding, he said.

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A Coffee County man is charged with TennCare fraud and theft of services for allegedly under-reporting his income to that he and his family appeared to qualify for TennCare healthcare insurance benefits.  

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Kimberley Clark, mother of Gavin Clark, is asking for the community’s support in the dreadful days after the death of her grandson, 5-week-old Noah Clark. Gavin, 21, was charged with aggravated child abuse and first degree murder for Noah’s death. He is held in Coffee County Jail on a $2 mil…

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Manchester City has begun the process of completing a survey of the city’s historic zone. Once the project is completed, information about each building in the historic zone of Manchester will be available on an interactive online tool.

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UPDATE Jan. 8: Sasha Payton and Tyler Carter were booked into Coffee County Jail Jan 8, according to Coffee County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Chief Frank Watkins.

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In a recent report – Broken Ground: Why America Keeps Building More Jails and What It Can Do Instead – completed by the Vera Institute of Justice, researchers selected a sample of 77 counties, including Coffee County, in 31 states to better understand the public arguments made in favor of ja…

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During the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation’s 98th annual convention at Franklin’s Cool Springs Marriott, Coffee County Farm Bureau was recognized for reaching the highest standards possible in membership, programs and teamwork.

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Coffee county officials could be closing in on a final energy proposal package that would increase energy efficiency and save funds.

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You’re in the upcoming TAG production. Tell us a bit about what your roles are.

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When it comes to music and love, time has a different meaning. 

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Local resident Gavin Clark, 21, has been charged with aggravated child abuse and 1st degree murder for the death of a child. He is held on a $2 million bond, according to the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department.

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About 1 a.m. Saturday morning, an accident led to a car falling off the bridge near Gateway Tire into Duck River in Manchester. The driver was coming into Manchester on Highway 55 from the direction of McMinnville when the accident happened. The driver abandoned the car in the river and left…

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The Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury has released the audit report of the Public Building Authority (PBA) for Fiscal Year 2018-2019. PBA owns and manages the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center. 

Col. Jeffrey Geraghty, Arnold Engineering Development Complex commander, administered the oath of office to newly-promoted Col. Jeffrey Burdette during a promotion ceremony Nov. 22 at the Arnold Lakeside Center on Arnold Air Force Base.

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Public Building Authority (PBA) member Greg Sandlin has resigned.

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Bob Leonard has been named Manchester’s Citizen of the Year because of the contributions he continues to make to the Manchester community.

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Dr. Joey Vaughn accepts position as Manchester’s Director of Schools

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Coffee County Safe Baby Court, a specialized court program established for infants and toddlers, birth to 3 years old, to connect families with their communities and provide a strong foundation for infant mental health, held its second graduation Friday, Dec. 20.

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Gene Taylor and Steve Graves Christmas Foun­dation brought smiles to local children’s faces. The foundation supports hun­dreds of families for Christ­mas.

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The Coffee County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) office, along with Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) hosted a Hazardous Materials Technician Level training class at the Coffee County Emergency Management and Homeland Security Office.

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Southland Pharmacy held a ribbon cutting ceremony recently. Southern Pharmacy is located at 482 Interstate Dr., Manchester. Community members gathered to celebrate Dec. 9.