Day: September 15, 2020

Second Fundraising Account set up for Family of Murdered Victim

First National Bank of Middle Tennessee in McMinnville, along with members of the school community have established an account to receive donations for Aileen Stevens and her unborn child. Stevens’ husband, 23 year-old Jordan Stevens, was shot and killed Sunday afternoon by 29 year-old Dangelo Dorsey of St. Louis after he carjacked and kidnapped the …

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District Attorney gives statement on Murderous Rampage

From Coffee County District Attorney Craig Northcott: As you know, Dangello Dorsey went on a murderous rampage in Coffee County and many surrounding counties on September 13, 2020. However, we often focus on the murderer rather than the victims. This, in my opinion, is a crime in and of itself. Thus, I want to focus …

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Coffee County Veteran Groups Honor First Responders

The annual Patriot Day Ceremony was held on Manchester Square Friday, September 11th, hosted by the Coffee County Veterans Association (CCVA). Rather than single out individuals, local veteran’s organizations honored the service and dedication of all our local first responder departments. The event included a commemoration honoring the victims of Sept 11th as well as …

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CCMS Soccer wins

The Lady Raiders Middle soccer team secured a victory over Lincoln County on Monday evening 2-0. Tara Demonbreun scored both goals for Coffee County. The team is back in action again Thursday in a rivalry match against Westwood Middle School. Game time is 4:30 PM and the Lady Raiders will be honoring their 8th graders,

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