Month: February 2021

Coffee County and Tullahoma Split in Competitive Matchups for the District 8-AAA Championship

On Friday night the Coffee County Raiders and Lady Raiders split against arch rival Tullahoma girls and boys in the District 8-AAA Championship matchup at the Joe Frank Patch Memorial Gymnasium.   The Lady Raiders of Coffee County defeated the Lady Wildcats of Tullahoma in a competitive matchup 39-26. Coffee County struck first against Tullahoma with …

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2020-21 SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament update for in person attendance

On Wednesday the SEC has now implemented new policies and procedures for the Women’s basketball tournament in Greenville, South Carolina due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. The SEC encourages fans to become familiar with policies and protocols related to entry and security for attending the tournament in person. The Tournament is set to begin March …

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Man being sought by Franklin County Investigators has Died

On Monday we reported that Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Investigators were attempting to locate an individual wanted on multiple warrants out of Franklin County. Investigators were searching for 45 year-old Rodney Neil Duncan. On Target News has confirmed that Duncan died only one day after news broke about the search for the Estill Springs man. …

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Bedford County Highway Department releases information on continued Winter Storm Cleanup

The ice and snowstorms of the week of February 15 created havoc for the citizens of Bedford County. Not only a lack of power to several areas but downed trees and ice made travel impossible. Crews from the Bedford County Highway Department worked diligently through several nights. Those same crews are still in the process …

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Openly Gay Republican Lawmaker Warns Proposed Transgender Bill could be bad Business

The state’s only openly gay Republican lawmaker, Rep. Eddie Mannis, a Republican from Knoxville recently warned his fellow GOP colleagues that legislation to ban transgender athletes from participating in girls’ sports would likely result in vulnerable students being marginalized. Adding it could also harm Tennessee’s ability to recruit athletes and businesses. Mannis’ remarks stand out …

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District 8-AAA Championship Night Information

Girls’ game tips at 6:00. All – District and All-Tournament girls awards ceremony at the conclusion of the girls’ game.Boys game to follow girls’ awards. Tickets $6. One ticket for both games. Tickets available through GoFan.co.Gym capacity has been increased but is still limited. Reminders: No tickets sold at the door .No season passes .No CCSS …

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