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Six suspects were arrested in three separate instances last week by Decherd police on a series of drug-related charges after the vehicles they were in were stopped for traffic violations.

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The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Coffee County remains 66, and the number of active cases has seen a decrease, as of May 27,  according to the department of health. With 45 people who have recovered, the number of active cases is 21.

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The motion to pay for deficit of the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center has been stalled. With Coffee County approving $126,000 for the center’s losses this fiscal year, county officials need to approve a budget amendment to cover the actual losses, which would exceed the initially a…

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Arnold Air Force base Commander Col. Jeffrey Geraghty has announced plans for a phase-in aimed at returning to normalcy at the local base provided COVID-19 numbers continue their downward trend.

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Coffee County Commissioner Dwight Miller informed members of the Coffee County Budget and Finance Committee on May 20 that a new board has been created with the purpose of renegotiating the contract between Coffee County, Manchester City and the Public Building Authority (PBA), the board tha…

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With the school year cut short, many of the graduating seniors missed out on some of the memories that could be made in their final year of high school. The staff at Westwood recognized Coffee County Central High School Class of 2020 seniors by holding senior walk at Westwood Elementary on T…

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With the sports season cancelled many seniors did not get the chance to finish the last season of their high school career. The fruits of their hard work and long days were not able to be put on display, but their efforts did not go unnoticed as their coaches selected athletes to receive the…

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American Legion Gold Star Post 78 Commander Don Purinton, Disabled American Veterans Chapter 90 Commander Howard I Thompson and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10904 Commander Kimberly King post a wreath on the courthouse memorials during a relatively small ceremony held Monday, May 25 on the …

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Coffee County has a total of 66 confirmed COVID-19 cases, as of May 25, according to the department of health. In Coffee County, 42 people have recovered, which means the number of active cases is 24, and there are no deaths. 

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Motlow State Community College has captured an award issued by Community Colleges of Appalachia, an association of nearly 100 colleges in 13 Appalachian states from New York to Mississippi.

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Coffee County has a total of 65 confirmed COVID-19 cases, as of May 23, according to the department of health. Forty-one people have recovered, which means the number of active cases is 24, and there are no COVID-19 deaths. In Coffee County, 1,964 of the tests were negative. 

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Pelham native Denny Gilliam, 53, loved being a registered nurse, and it was his drive to help others with the COVID-19 pandemic in the New York City metropolitan area that may have ultimately cost him his life.

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Today, Gov. Lee issued Executive Order No. 38, which allows groups of up to 50 people to participate in social and recreational activities while encouraging strong social distancing measures. The order’s provisions include:

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Coffee County has a total of 64 confirmed COVID-19 cases, as of May 22, according to the department of health. Forty-one people have recovered, which means the number of active cases is 23, and 1,892 tests were negative. 

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The Central High School Class of 2020 graduation ceremony might well be remembered not for how unlike this year was. Rather, Friday night's commencement ceremony could be remembered for the way the community gathered to celebrate with each graduate on their special day. 

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Investigators from the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant overnight at 316 White City Circle in Tracy City. During the search, approximately four ounces of crystal methamphetamine was located and taken into evidence. Arrested was Wendell Stanley Nunley (42) from Tracy City.  

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Coffee County has a total of 63 confirmed COVID-19 cases, as of May 21, according to the department of health. 41 people have recovered, which means the number of active cases is 22, and 1,886 tests were negative. 

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The Manchester Recreation Complex pool will open on Tuesday, May 26 at noon following Governor Lee's Tennessee Pledge guidelines and the CDC for water parks, according to an announcement by Parks and Recreation Department.  

The 2020 Memorial Day holiday weekend is upon us and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency wants to emphasize the use of life jackets along with boating in a safe and responsible manner.

Coffee County has a total of  62 confirmed COVID-19 cases, as of May 20, according to the department of health. Thirty-nine people have recovered, which means the number of active cases is 23, and 1,828 tests were negative. 

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TOP Rehab will offer several summer programs for children, beginning June 1. TOP Rehab has clinics in Manchester and Tullahoma. These summer activities will be held at the Tullahoma office.

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Ben Lomand Connect announced May 19 that it is featured on the popular television series, "World's Greatest!” a 30-minute show dedicated to highlighting the world's greatest companies, products, places, and people. Each show is a fast-paced tour around the world featuring behind the scenes f…

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UPDATE MAY 20: Sonic in Manchester will reopen its doors 8 a.m. today. It was closed for deep cleaning yesterday, after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. 

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Adoration Hospice has been assisting and visiting the elderly for years. The organization makes it a point to bring happiness to the elderly, and with the pandemic ongoing the elderly cannot leave the safety of their homes or nursing facilities. To help alleviate this Adoration Hospice has v…

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State Representative Rush Bricken (R-District #47, Coffee and Warren Counties) is sponsoring a bill (HB 2520) he believes will save taxpayers in Coffee County and many other counties in the State hundreds of thousands of dollars. His legislation will ensure the 911 districts throughout the s…

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Coffee County has a total of 61 confirmed COVID-19 cases, as of May 18, according to the department of health. Thirty-nine people have recovered, which means the number of active cases is 22, and 1,811 tests were negative. 

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Coffee County has a total of 60 confirmed COVID-19 cases, as of May 17, according to the department of health. Thirty-eight people have recovered, which means the number of active cases is 22, and 1,768 tests were negative.