Day: February 9, 2021

McMinnville Man Accused of Murder Appears in Court

30 year old James Garrett appeared for arraignment Tuesday in Warren County General Sessions Court on one count of criminal homicide. Judge Locke asked if he hired an attorney or one will be appointed for him. Garrett said he will check to see if he can hire one. He will appear back in court next …

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Fishermen if you catch an Asian Carp, Freeze it, Ice it, or take a Picture

Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is asking fishermen to contact wildlife officers if you catch an Asian carp under 9-inches in length. TWRA asks anglers to immediately freeze the fish or put it on ice so that it can be collected. If you can’t do this, you’re asked to submit photos and location of where the …

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Mobile Food Pantry Postponed due to possible Bad Weather, Rescheduled for April

Coffee County and Manchester City school systems in partnership with First Baptist Church were going to host a Mobile Food Pantry for Friday, February 12th but that event has been postponed. Possible bad weather for the area forced the cancellation. The event will now take place on April 9, 2021. This program is for families …

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Mountain of Fees, Fines Trap TN Residents in Justice System

Tennesseans charged with a crime often face a mountain of fees and fines, even if they aren’t convicted. Critics say mandatory costs help pay for operating the criminal-justice system, but may simultaneously create new, indirect costs for governments, while trapping those who are unable to pay in the system. Mandy Pellegrin, policy director at the …

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