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Coffee County Central High School is pleased to announce that Andrew Taylor will be our new men’s basketball coach. Coach Taylor has significant experience as both assistant and head men’s coach here at CCCHS. There is mutual respect between Coach Taylor and our student-athletes, and his com…

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Coffee County Central High School is pleased to announce that Andrew Taylor will be our new men’s basketball coach. Coach Taylor has significant experience as both assistant and head men’s coach here at CCCHS. There is mutual respect between Coach Taylor and our student-athletes, and his com…

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Sportsman and Businessmen’s Charitable Organization donated money to Sheriff's Cadet Summer Camp to be held this summer.

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Following the May meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, the city Beer Board approved a permit for Facility Concession Services, of Oak Ridge North, Texas for the sale on-premises consumption beer on the New Era Farms property.

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Project Appleseed Rifle Marksmanship Clinic will be held at Arnold Air Force Base on May 29– 30.

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Coffee County Judicial Commissioners Robert Bellamy and Robert Trail have filed a federal complaint against the county alleging that they were underpaid by not being compensated for overtime pay.

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Online photo contest is open to grades fourth-12th

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It’s something that can happen to anyone.  Male or female, young or old, sexual assaults can affect any one, and when they do, the consequences reach far into the lives of survivors, families, and communities and have a major effect on public health.    

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This morning I wrote down several new businesses in our area in response to questions last week about how many new business have located here. It is not comprehensive.

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Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced the end of statewide public health orders and signed Executive Order 80 to address economic and regulatory functions. EO 80 also ends the local authority to issue mask requirements in the 89 counties directed by the state health department.

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‘Give to the organizations that help make Middle Tennessee a place we’re proud to call home’

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Coffee County Emergency Management Agency put training in to practice after receiving an early morning call for mutual aid.  According to EMA, "This morning at 4:43 a.m. our agency got a call from the communications center advising us that a unified command consisting of Grundy and Marion co…

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Coffee County Judicial Commissioners Robert Bellamy and Robert Trail have filed a federal complaint against the county alleging that they were underpaid by not being compensated for overtime and holiday pay.

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An investigation by the Tennessee Comptroller’s Office has resulted in the indictment of Angela Osborne, the former bookkeeper at the Highland Rim School in Fayetteville, Tennessee. The investigation began after school officials discovered and reported low balances in Highland Rim’s accounts…

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The Manchester Water and Sewer Department reported Wednesday that a contractor has damaged a water main on Old Tullahoma Highway in the vicinity of Stockyard Estates (the Old Coffee County livestock barn).

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Red Raider Basketball Coach Micah Williams resigned on Apr. 16. Athletic Director Rebecca Koger had this to say about the resignation: "We appreciate his dedication to our athletes. His energy and efforts have contributed greatly to the success of our program. Coach Williams has been an inte…

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Farmer or Gardener? Start with a soil analysis

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Coffee County High School FBLA had 52 members participate in 44 competitive events during the TN FBLA Virtual State Competitions. The chapter placed in 27 events with 33 members qualifying for this summer's national competition.

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Assistant District Attorney General for the14th Judicial District, Jason Ponder has posted an long statement questioning a bill introduced by Janice Bowing that Sentencing reduces the portion of a person's sentence for first degree murder that must be served prior to becoming eligible for pa…

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In transitioning from the county supervisory board one of the city, the Manchester Coffee County Conference Center has hit a temporary snag with its liquor license    

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The Manchester Police Department is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) to promote “Hands Free Tennessee” during National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Throughout the month of April, The Manchester Police Department will increase education and enforcement to redu…

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The Trial Court Vacancy Commission will consider six applicants for the circuit court vacancy in the 14th judicial district created by the retirement of the Honorable L. Craig Johnson, effective May 12.

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The Culinary II classes at Coffee County Central High School recently held a plate presentation competition and the students did an outstanding job.

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4-H wins big at judging meat

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Speaking as a concerned resident and public servant, Sheriff Chad Partin made a passionate appeal to the Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen during Tuesday’s public hearing section of the April meeting concerning the annexation of the Bonnaroo New Era Farms property.

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The Board of Mayor and Aldermen passed a resolution approving an agreement between New Era Farms and the city concerning the annexation of property where Bonnaroo is held.

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Reed, Hudson Taylor, born at 6:30 pm on May 28, 2020 at Southern TN Regional Winchester TN to Brianna Autumn Reed and Cameron Taylor Reed. He weighed 5 lbs. 6.4 oz. and was 17 and 1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Amanda Johnson, Erik Johnson, Larry Reed.

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Arnold Lakeside Complex patrons can once again enjoy the sand and surf of Woods Reservoir thanks to an Arnold Air Force Base Civil Engineering project to rebuild the beach wall.

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Coffee County Central High School  Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) club had its regional competition and we are very proud to announce the winners. All of these students advanced to the Tennessee State Level Virtual FCCLA competition.

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A mother and son have been charged with robbing a Manchester man at gunpoint, the son accused of kicking in the victim’s door while his mom waited in the get-away car.

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Coffee County Central High School will be conducting a Parade of Graduates as a graduation ceremony on May 28, the system announced Friday.

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The Arrowhead Boys Ranch will be holding its annual fish fry fundraiser Saturday, April 17th at 239 Cortner Mill Road in Normandy, TN. Delicious fish platters will be served to support the boys ranch. The cost is just $12 per plate and there will be hot dogs available for kids under 8. To-go…

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College Street Elementary School was able to replace some of the older rooftop HVAC units during spring break.

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According to graphic that pulls CDC data, about 19,507 doses of COVID-19 vaccines were administered in Coffee County as of March 30. That amounts to 23.22% of the county receiving a single dose, and 12.64% are fully vaccinated.

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The customers of Moore County's Metro Utility Water System are advised to boil water before using. 

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Coffee County Schools reminds students and parents that "in-person students will attend school on Fridays, beginning tomorrow April 9 through the end of the school year."  This does not  include virtual learners

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The Webb School Theatre will present “Clue – High School Edition” on the Chapel Stage April 22-24 at 7 p.m. The production is open to the public. Reservations are required, and tickets are available at www.thewebbschool.com. General admission is $10. Masks are required, and there will be tem…

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Coffee County Rescue Squad is looking at adding to its extensive collection of lifesaving tools with a rescue drone.

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The Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen passed the first reading of an ordinance that will implement a tax on the sale or issuance of tickets to certain entertainment events over 350 persons.

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Manchester Historic Zoning Commission approved Thursday, April 1, a proposed alteration to the old Total Graphics building exterior, getting the location ready for the Mercantile Café, owned by Renee Holt and Mysty Clouse.

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The Board of Mayor and Alderman appointed the current assistant director of Manchester Parks and Recreation Department AJ Fox as the next director. 

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The Board of Mayor and Alderman Tuesday approved a series of resolutions approving the annexation of a property owned by New Era Farms LLC where the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival is held.