Day: September 20, 2020

Coffee County High Volleyball Go 2-3 for the Weekend

The Lady Raiders hosted the highly competitive Southern Slam this weekend in Manchester. The team finished runner-up in the silver division behind Lincoln County. Coffee County went 2-3 on the weekend and tasted defeat for the first time all season. Their record stands at 14-3 going into a big district matchup this Tuesday against Franklin …

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Long Police Pursuit Starts in Coffee Co. Ends in Bedford Co.; Lynchburg man facing Multiple Charges

What began as a theft case in Manchester on Saturday, turned into a long police pursuit on Sunday in Coffee County and ended with a crash in Bedford County. According to Coffee County Chief Investigator Billy Butler, a be on the lookout call (BOLO) was issued on Saturday for the suspect’s vehicle and on Sunday …

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Big Jump in COVID-19 Cases in Franklin and Coffee Counties

Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 2,075 additional cases and of COVID-19 across the state on Sunday, September 20, bringing the state to 183,514 total cases. Coffee County is one of the counties in the state that is seeing active cases on a significant rise. Health department officials say there are currently 230 active cases, that’s up …

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Deceased Dog Owners being sought in Bedford County

Bedford County Animal Control is looking for the owners of two deceased dogs. Dog 1: was thrown over the bridge into the Duck River on Saturday (9/19/2020) near the water treatment plant at Halls Mill. The dog was wrapped in a black material and duct taped. The intact male dog was black and white in …

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Total Travel Down in Tullahoma/Manchester Metro Area, Long Road Trips Up since onset of Pandemic

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans have been traveling substantially less. However, long-distance road trips in the U.S. have increased drastically since last year. Researchers identified the metropolitan areas whose residents have been taking the most road trips this year compared to last. In the Tullahoma-Manchester metro area, total travel has decreased by …

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