Day: May 2, 2021

Man on the Run from Law Enforcement in Grundy County

Grundy County deputies are looking for Michael Robert Gray (38) from Coalmont. Gray fled when deputies attempted to stop him on suspicion of impaired driving on Hwy 108 in Gruetli-Laager. Deputies gave chase until the vehicle Gray was driving became disabled after running through a gate on Bonner Hollow Road in Pelham. Gray fled on …

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Controversy in Monteagle as preparations begin for New TA Petro Travel Center

There is controversy in Monteagle over plans for a travel center to be put in place a couple of hundred feet from a residential neighborhood. The city council approved the project last week. Allowing the land to become commercial property. With the development placed so close to residents’ homes, they have major safety and traffic …

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40th Annual Torch Run in support of Special Olympics took place on Friday

On Friday April 30th, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and the Manchester Police Dept. participated in the 40th annual Torch Run in support of the Special Olympics. Sheriff’s Office and Police Dept. personnel collectively ran from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office to Huntland School where they were greeted by the student body.

More Tennessee Schools named Trauma-Informed

The Tennessee Department of Education is pleased to announce 176 schools were selected for the second cohort of trauma-informed schools in Tennessee. This new cohort more than doubles the original 73 schools from the first trauma-informed schools cohort which launched in 2018-19.  In Tennessee, the model trauma-informed school designation recognizes schools for their emphasis on implementing trauma-informed strategies to provide critical supports for students. Schools implementing trauma-informed approaches have seen …

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Manchester’s Taylor Rayfield earns 2021 One to Watch Young Alumni Award from Motlow

The Motlow College Foundation honored Tennessee Department of Education State Coordinator of Family Resource Center’s Taylor Rayfield with its 2021 One to Watch Young Alumni Award on April 26. “It is a humbling honor even to be considered a candidate, let alone an honoree for this recognition. I am a proud alumnus of this quality …

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