Day: March 8, 2021

Moore County boys dominate Region 4-A Tournament and clear path to the Class A Sectional

Last week the Moore County Blue Raiders boys squad swept the Region 4-A Basketball Tournament to advance to the Class A Sectional.  On Thursday the Blue Raiders defeated the Champions of Cascade 53-48 in the Championship round of the Region 4-A Basketball Tournament. The Blue Raiders started out strong with the lead over the Champions …

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Dan Lynch named Lady Wildcats new head volleyball coach for Tullahoma High School

On Wednesday Tullahoma High School announced that Dan Lynch will be the new Head Coach for the Lady Wildcats volleyball team. Coach Lynch is very excited to be taking on the new role for the high school volleyball program. Most of the girls that are currently on the team Coach Lynch knows personally from coaching …

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Both Coffee County Escapees have been Captured

Both escapees that went on the run from a work detail at the Manchester Housing Authority on Friday afternoon has been captured. William Brady Patrick was caught overnight Sunday. Coffee County Sheriff’s Department Investigator Brandon Reed developed information that led to Patrick’s capture. Nathaniel Andrew Henry was then captured on Monday morning and both inmates …

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Car Burglaries on the Rise

The Coffee County Sheriff’s Department is advising the public to be on the lookout. Several people have experienced vehicle burglaries in various areas of Coffee County over the last several days. Investigators are following numerous leads and request that the public be vigilant and proactive. Please remove all valuables from your vehicles when not in …

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Ben Lomand Communications Receives Grant for Broadband Accessibility in Coffee County

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe has announced $14.9 million in broadband accessibility grants that will expand service to support 17,800 unserved Tennesseans in 7,120 homes and businesses. Ben Lomand Communications is receiving $179,695.56. This will be used to serve parts of Coffee County.

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