Day: November 17, 2020

Coffee County Sheriff’s Department along with Tullahoma and Manchester Police Earn Award

An SIU made up of the Tullahoma Police Department (TPD), Coffee County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) and the Manchester Police Department (MPD) were recognized for their narcotics work and were awarded the Community Changing Award from the Tennessee Narcotics Officer Association. “While our work is not done in our communities, we are encouraged by the results …

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Tullahoma forms Community Council for Diversity and Inclusion

Tullahoma Mayor Ray Knowis announces the formation of a study committee to further discuss the merits of establishing the Community Council for Diversity and Inclusion, proposed by Alderman Rupa Blackwell, as either an agency of the City or as an independent, non-profit organization. The study committee is tasked with meeting to consider the benefits and …

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Toy Drop-off and Sign-up is Friday and Saturday for Graves/Taylor Foundation

The Coffee County Rescue Squad is teaming up with the Steve Graves/Gene Taylor Foundation for another toy and food drive. You can help by dropping off items this Friday from 4pm-7pm and Saturday between 2pm-6pm at Coffee County Rescue Squad. Several years ago, then Sheriff Steve Graves and the now late Gene Taylor along with …

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Thanksgiving Travel will be Down this year

Thanksgiving will be on the lighter side when it comes to the typical number of travelers on the roads and at airports. According to AAA Travel, effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, will cut travel down by at least 10%. AAA projects 50 million Americans will travel this Thanksgiving. In Tennessee, the expectation is 1.2 million …

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Ascend Federal Credit Union makes Donation to Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for Children

Ascend Federal Credit Union has announced it has donated $10,000 to the Tennessee Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) toward LLS’s Children’s Initiative, a ground-breaking global program supporting critical childhood care and cancer research. The contribution helps cancer patients have access to quality, affordable and coordinated care, and makes Ascend one of LLS’s top …

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