Day: April 10, 2020

Tullahoma High School Postpones Graduation-Coffee County Waiting

Tullahoma high school principal Kathy Rose has announced that Tullahoma High School’s graduation has been postponed. The original date was scheduled for May 15th. No new date has been announced at this time. Coffee County Director of Schools Charles Lawson says his system will wait on further guidance from federal and state authorities before making …

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Officer Involved Fatal Shooting in Winchester

At the request of 12th District Attorney General Mike Taylor, TBI Agents continue to investigate an officer-involved shooting on Thursday night involving the Winchester Police Department. Preliminary information indicates the incident occurred at approximately 10:00 PM at a business in the 800 block of South College Street, where officers were responding to a call of …

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Dr Joey Vaughn Provides Update for Manchester City Schools Students and Parents

Manchester City Schools will have Chromebooks available for check out for students grade 3-5 who need a device for instructional use at home. Check out will be Monday, April 13, 2020 at College Street Elementary and Westwood Elementary from 9 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. or by appointment with the school principal. There will be a …

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Don’t Fall Prey to COVID-19’s Countless Spammers, Scams

Phony websites claiming to sell face masks or fake COVID-19 test kits and emails peddling cures are just a few of the dozens of scams being fielded by law enforcement as the coronavirus pandemic continues. While scams offering free government money have been around for decades, Randy Hutchinson, president of the Better Business Bureau of …

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