Day: May 11, 2021

Coffee Co. Beats Lawrence Co. to advance to District Softball Championship Game

Keri Munn threw a shutout to lead Coffee County Lady Raiders past Lawrence County 6-0 on Tuesday.   In the first inning, Coffee County Lady Raiders got their offense started when Kiya Ferrell scored on a passed ball. In the 3rd inning the Lady Raider plated runs when Ferrell scored on a error, Justus Turner doubled …

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Coffee County Baseball ends season in heartbreaking matchup versus Lawrence County in District 8-AAA Tournament

Tuesday’s game against Lawrence County was a heartbreaker for Coffee County Red Raiders, as they lost the lead late in a 2-1 defeat. The game was tied at one with Lawrence County batting in the bottom of the sixth when Luke Boswell singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.  The …

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Accidental Shooting takes the Life of Shelbyville Boy

A horrific tragedy occurred Monday afternoon in Shelbyville when a 6-year-old boy accidentally fatally shot himself. According to the Shelbyville Times-Gazette, the mother called 911 shortly before 2 p.m. She told the operators her son had accidentally shot himself in the head and was not breathing, The child was airlifted to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital where …

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May is Mental Health Month

May as Mental Health Month. After the last year, the opportunity to pause, reflect, and evaluate our own mental health and that of the people in our lives has never been more important. Throughout 2020, between 30 and 40 percent of Americans reported symptoms of anxiety and depression, and in Tennessee the numbers were similar. The rate …

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New Law Requires Certain Medical Providers to Cremate or Bury Fetal Remains from Surgical Abortions

Tennessee will soon become the latest state to require certain medical providers to cremate or bury fetal remains from surgical abortions under legislation recently signed by Republican Gov. Bill Lee. Roughly 10 other Republican-majority states have enacted similar laws across the country despite objections from reproductive rights advocates, who argue such requirements are unnecessary and …

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How to Resolve Stimulus Payment Issues at Tax Time

By Mary Michelle Gillum, attorney, Legal Aid Society As taxpayers around the country finish filing their 2020 returns, many are finding themselves in a much different financial situation than last year at this time. Across Middle Tennessee, COVID has sent shockwaves through the economic lives of many residents, and our team of attorneys at Legal …

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Coffee County baseball rolls past Tullahoma in District 8-AAA Tournament play

Griffin Meeker threw a shutout to lead Coffee County Red Raiders past Tullahoma Wildcats 4-0 on Monday.  A single by Jaxon Sheffield in the first inning was a positive for Tullahoma.  Meeker got the win for Coffee County. The pitcher surrendered zero runs on four hits over seven innings, striking out five.  Trenton Sholey took …

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