Month: February 2020

Bonnaroo is Sold Out–Coffee County Tickets will be Available Soon

Bonnaroo officials made it official on Thursday night as they posted on their website that Bonnaroo 2020 general admission and VIP tickets are sold out. Bonnaroo officials told On Target News that this is the earliest date the event has sold out. Coffee County residents will still have the opportunity to buy tickets through Rooster …

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Lynchburg Music Fest and Musictree Fest Announce Collaboration

Igniter Productions, producers of the Lynchburg Music Fest (LMF) in Lynchburg, TN, and Holy Hand Grenade Productions, producers of the Musictree Festival in Manchester, TN have announced a collaboration between the two events for the upcoming year. As part of the collaboration, the Musictree Festival will feature a “Lynchburg Music Fest Night” set for Friday, …

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Murfreesboro Man Charged with TennCare Fraud

A Murfreesboro man is charged with TennCare fraud in connection with allegedly selling prescription drugs obtained using TennCare healthcare insurance benefits. The Office of Inspector General (OIG), in a joint effort with the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Department and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency Task Force Program, say 40-year old William Weed was charged with one …

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Legislation that would Remove Handgun Carry Permits in Tennessee Moves Forward

Governor Bill Lee announced Thursday morning legislation that would remove handgun carry permits in Tennessee. If passed, the Constitutional Carry law would allow anyone 21 and over to carry a handgun, with or without a permit. The governor’s legislation would extend the constitutional right to carry a handgun to all law-abiding citizens with or without …

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Chandler Out in Less than 1 year as Motlow Dean of Athletics

In March of last year (2019) Motlow College announce the hiring of dr. John Chandler III as Dean of Athletics and Physical Education. On Wednesday night On Target News received information that Chandler was resigning from his position at Motlow. In his letter of resignation (Published by the Tullahoma News) Chandler said, “I have come …

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Tullahoma Police Department Issues Scam Warning

The Tullahoma Police Department has been made aware of several scam phone calls being received by area residents. The callers claim to be with Apple Support and that there is an issue with your account. The callers then start requesting personal information, such as their social security numbers and financial information. The Tullahoma Police Department …

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Over 330,000 Vote Early in Tennessee

Early voting for the March 3rd Presidential and County Primary concluded Tuesday. According to state numbers, 167,018 republicans voted early and 169,447 democrats for a total of 336,604. In Coffee County, where a hotly contested race for General Sessions Judge is being conducted, 3,517 early votes were cast. 2,561 republican and 956 for democrats. Election …

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BBB Warning concerning Coronavirus Scam

On Tuesday, Feb. 25, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Americans to prepare for an outbreak coronavirus, which has spawned more than 80,000 cases around the world. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning consumers that scammers love taking advantage of fear. A new scam the BBB is monitoring involves phony online stores …

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Some State Leaders want to Stop “Lunch Shaming”

Schools would be banned from “lunch shaming” students unable to afford school meals, under a bill that has been narrowly advanced by a Tennessee House panel. The proposal would ban schools from requiring students with lunch debt to do chores, miss school activities, graduations or other activities that would publicly identify them as being unable …

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“Mule Kick Burglar” Arrested

Robert Shegog, 36, of Murfreesboro was arrested recently for multiple counts of burglary, theft and vandalism. Shegog is known as the “Mule Kick Burglar” because of the way he would kick in glass to enter a business. According to a department press release, Shegog is accused of stealing more than $100,000 in cash from businesses …

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