Coffee County Central High School student and Lady Raider basketball player Emaleigh Tarpley has signed her intent to play for Cumberland University. Cumberland University Women Basketball Head Coach Scott Blum said that Tarpley played excellent in the AAU Tournament in Louisville, Ky.
“She will bring her hard work and tenacity. The things that she does a lot of the times don’t show up on a scoreboard. She will take charge…her intensity and she’s a great teammate,” Blum said.
Blum noted that the team is losing about seven seniors and hopes that Tarpley will step in and help out.
Cumberland Senior Abby Morgan, a 1,000 point scorer while at CHS, is one of the players graduating this year.
Tarpley will enroll in the nursing program at Cumberland University.
Coffee County Rescue Squad’s 60 Years of Volunteering offered the public a glimpse of the tools and techniques of the trade. Pictured, a youth tries on a full-face scuba regulator, while other children hall a training dummy up an incline in a Stokes basket. Coffee County’s all-volunteer team…
While 219 Coffee County Sheriff Department seized firearms have been declared in essence surplus, they will not be available to the public for purchase in the coming months due to a plan to trade them in for a cost savings.
Manchester residents will soon be paying more for their city water services following a 19% hike on water rates that was approved, along with its annual budget, by the Manchester Water and Sewer Commission during a recent meeting.