Month: June 2020

Alleged Shooter at Northgate Mall in Tullahoma has been Captured

The Tullahoma Police Department has confirmed that the U.S. Marshals have captured Hugh “Adam” Keckritz in Franklin County. He was wanted for the shooting that occurred at Northgate Mall in Tullahoma on June 4. He is being charged with Attempted Criminal Homicide. “I am very pleased with the work of our Tullahoma’s Patrol and Investigation …

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Tullahoma Man Wanted for Murder in Franklin County Located in Murfreesboro

On Tuesday June 30th at approximately 8:00am. Franklin County Sheriff’s Office investigators in conjunction with the Murfreesboro Police Department and the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office were able to locate and take a male subject into custody who was wanted for a homicide that occurred in Franklin County. Brent Paul Moon, 21, from Tullahoma, TN. was …

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TSSAA Statement on Fall Sports

Executive Director Bernard Childress sent the following memo to member schools on Tuesday regarding the status of high school athletics amidst the Governor’s latest State of Emergency order. “Yesterday, the Governor’s office extended Tennessee’s COVID-19 State of Emergency until August 29, 2020. The Governor’s prior order (No. 38) includes limitations and restrictions on contact sporting events and …

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Bedford County Deputy Charged with Rape

An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the arrest of a Bedford County Deputy, charged with a sexual assault. In February, at the request of 17th District Attorney General Robert Carter, TBI Special Agents began investigating an allegation that an adult female was sexually assaulted at a party …

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Coffee County Receives Grant from Economic and Community Development

Eight Tennessee communities are receiving a total of $2.3 million in grants under a program that helps develop industrial sites for business investment, state officials said. The new Site Development Grants were announced in a news release from the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development. The grants help communities invest in infrastructure and engineering …

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New COVID-19 Numbers Show Increases in All Categories

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Tuesday, June 30, 2020. The health department reported 1,212 new cases since Monday, bringing the state to a total of 43,509 total cases. TDH also confirmed 12 additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 604 total deaths. Out of the total positive …

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Attention Veterans!!

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs says they are experiencing an alarming rise in the number of COVID-19 cases within our Veterans. To support the safety and well-being of Veterans, effective immediately NO ONE is allowed entry into any Tennessee Valley Healthcare System facility without a proper face covering. Veterans will be provided a mask …

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Legal Aid Society Announces Partnership to Expand Conservatorship Offerings

Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands, Tennessee’s largest nonprofit law firm, announced today that it will partner with Nelson Mullins and the Association of Corporate Counsel Tennessee Chapter (ACC TN) to provide assistance for parents and guardians wishing to seek conservatorship for young adult family members who have acute special needs or …

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Decision due soon on start of TSSAA High School Football season

With the extension by Tennessee Governor Bill Lee of a state of emergency due to COVID-19 cases on Monday until August 29, the state’s athletic association, the TSSAA, faces a tough call on when to start practice for the fall sports, including high school football. Bernard Childress, TSSAA Executive DIrector, said late Monday that a …

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