Day: October 4, 2020

Grundy County Sheriff’s Office Awarded Federal Funds

The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office has been awarded $588,000 by the Bureau of Justice Administration to expand their current inmate program. The program entitled CAREERRS is designed to implement or expand education and employment programs that emphasize strong partnerships with corrections, parole, probation, education, workforce development and reentry service providers. The funding will be disseminated …

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Manchester Police Completes 35-Mile Breast Cancer Challenge for Nikki

The Manchester Police Department recently participated in the “Tennessee 35-mile breast cancer challenge. Ten officers covered the distance from city hall to New Union Elementary. 3.5 miles x 10 officers, to cover the 35 miles. The department chose New Union Elementary for teacher Nikki Alonso, who was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. She is the …

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Motlow Adds Wi-Fi and Dropbox at McMinnville Site to Help Students

Motlow State is increasing student access to Wi-Fi and adding a physical paperwork Dropbox at its McMinnville campus. Both additions come from an advanced collaboration between the College’s academic and student success leaders to increase retention and graduation. The Dropbox is easily identifiable in front of the classroom building. Students can use the Dropbox to …

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Raiders Dominate in CTC Championship Game

The Coffee County Middle School Red Raider football team defeated Tullahoma on Saturday night for the Central Tennessee Conference championship, 63-22. This capped off an undefeated season for the Raiders. Caiden Martin returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown and the Raiders never looked back. Cole Pippenger had 6 rushing TD’s, threw for another score …

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