Day: April 29, 2020

Manchester City Schools Announce the Passing of Longtime Educator and Coach

Statement from City School Officials: It is with sad and heavy hearts that we at Westwood Middle School and Manchester City Schools share news that Mr. Doug Roorda passed away in the last 24 hours. Although those are the only details we have at this time, we send our condolences to all of Mr. Roorda’s …

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TUA Helping Members during Pandemic

The Tullahoma Utilities Authority board has extended the date of no disconnections for nonpayment until May 25. No disconnections for nonpayment will be made until May 26 for utilities or LightTube. Customers who have not paid their bills or been approved for a payment plan by TUA will be subject to disconnection for non-payment. Late …

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Cannon County Man Added to Tennessee’s Most Wanted

A man wanted by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) and the Cannon County Sheriff’s Office has been captured.  Jack Leroy Garcia was located on Wednesday in Hickman County. Garcia will face several charges in Cannon County on Especially Aggravated Sexual Exploitation of a Minor, one count of Aggravated Sexual Exploitation of a Minor, and …

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Coffee County District Attorney gives Opinion about Possible Criminal Enforcement of Gov. Lee’s Executive Orders

Statement from Coffee County District Attorney Craig Northcott concerning criminal enforcement of Gov. Bill Lee’s Executive Orders. This is relative to the closure of certain businesses and the restraint on individual freedoms. I have from the beginning held grave concerns about the constitutionality of the statutory construct under which Gov. Lee exercised this authority and, …

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