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After competing in a couple college-level golf tournaments, it didn’t take long for Savannah Quick to realize that she needed to make some adjustments to her golf game.

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Each year there are new regulations passed by the Tennessee Wildlife Commission. This process happens in states across the nation as agencies attempt to keep up with current situations concerning wildlife populations and sometimes adjusting due to the actions of humans. Still there are laws on the books that will make a person wonder what transpired to create an environment where the law was required in the first place.

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Whether you’re at home and hearing the bass thumping through your windows or on the farm dancing, there is no question that Manchester feels the impact of Bonnaroo. Residents know how Bonnaroo Works Fund grants can assist community development, but less noticeable are the funds Bonnaroo gives to the nonprofits during the festival.

A new athletic director has been named at Coffee County Central High School. Principal Dr. Joey Vaughn announced late Thursday, May 24,that Rebecca Koger would be taking over the post effective July 1. The move comes a month after current athletic director and head football coach Ryan Sulkow…

By Jim Bratton, Staff Writer Ever since she qualified for the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association state track & field championships, Central High School’s Sarah Pearson’s sole focus has been preparation. Her fourth place finish during the girls’ 300m hurdle race in the TSSAA …

CHS softball player Lauren Tomberlin signed a letter of intent to continue her softball career with Motlow State Community College in Tullahoma on Wednesday, May 16. Pictured with Lauren are sister Brayden, father Brandon and mother Angie (front), Motlow State Head Softball Coach Janice More…

CHS track & field athlete Sarah Pearson fires off a shot during the girls’ shot put event at a TSSAA sectional meet on Saturday, May 12 in Murfreesboro. (Staff photo by Jim Bratton)

CHS softball player Keri Munn sends the ball into the outfield during the Lady Raiders’ 10-6 win over Lincoln County in the District 8-AAA tournament championship game on Thursday, May 10 in Fayetteville. (Staff photo by Jim Bratton)

Central High School baseball player Nathanial Tate signed a baseball scholarship with East Tennessee State University in Johnson City on Tuesday, May 8. Pictured with Nathanial are Vickie Crosslin, mother Shannon, father Terry, CHS Assistant Baseball Coach Parker Gunn, and CHS Head Baseball …

CHS soccer player Ben Reid battles for possession during the Raiders’ 2-0 loss to Lincoln County on Saturday, May 5 in Fayetteville. (Staff photo by Jim Bratton)

CHS softball player Abigail Parker waits for a pitch during the Lady Raiders’ 7-1 loss to Tullahoma on April 25 in Tullahoma. The Lady Raiders will face Tullahoma in the second round of the District 8-AAA tournament on Friday in Fayetteville.(Staff photo by Jim Bratton)

By Jim Bratton, Staff Writer The Coffee County Central High School athletic department will be hosting an open house event on Wednesday, May 16 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. in the CCCHS cafeteria. The event will be open to the public, but is primarily targeting middle school student-athletes, accordi…

On Tuesday, April 24, the CHS track & field teams hosted the Coffee County Invitational meet at the Coffee County Raider Academy. Many events were not contested, and some events were cut short due to weather delays. Raiders’ and Lady Raiders’ results from Tuesday’s Coffee County Invitati…

CHS softball player Raven Rogers waits on a pitch during the Lady Raiders’ doubleheader against Columbia on Tuesday, April 17 in Manchester. (Staff photo by Jim Bratton)

Former Red Raider forward Breyer Taylor, son of David and Kim Taylor of Manchester, was honored during a ceremony Tuesday, April 17 at Carden-Jarrell Field, as his jersey was retired. During his time with the Raiders, Taylor broke the all-time record of scoring 55 goals, scored the most goal…

Central High School cheerleader Lindsey Dickson signed a scholarship to to continue her cheerleading career at Martin Methodist College in Pulaski on Tuesday, April 17. Pictured above are: (back left) MMC Cheer Coach Micah Hartsfield, CHS Cheer Coach Angela Neal, CHS Cheer Coach Christy Clou…

By Jim Bratton, Staff Writer After three years at the helm of the athletics department at Coffee County Central High School, CHS Athletic Director (AD) Ryan Sulkowski has decided to step down from that position. Sulkowski will remain with CHS as the head football coach.