Day: June 24, 2021

Former Coffee County Baseball Coach Hired at Shelbyville

Chase Jones the former head baseball coach at Coffee and Grundy counties has been hired at Shelbyville Central as the new Golden Eagle leader. Chase Jones was named the head coach at Shelbyville Central this week. Jones had a successful run at Coffee County from 2002-2012, winning 225 games during that time. Jones’ teams went …

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McWhorter Named Tennessean Softball Coach of the Year

Back in May the Coffee County Lady Raiders’ softball team completed their best fish in the TSSAA state softball tournament when they finished runner-up. Many players have received post-season honors, but now head coach Brandon McWhorter has picked up a nice accolade as he was selected as the Tennessean Newspaper Coach of the Year. McWhorter led …

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Former Hickerson Station Volunteer Fire Department Treasurer Indicted for Theft

An investigation by the Tennessee Comptroller’s Office has resulted in the indictment of Kenneth Spry. Spry served as the treasurer for the Hickerson Station Volunteer Fire Department in Coffee County. Investigators determined that Spry stole $3,306.78 from the fire department between November 2016 and July 2018. Most of the stolen money ($3,201) came from fundraiser …

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4 Children Die because of Alleged Child Abuse in 2020; 32 Referrals Last Month

Article by By Joyce Prusak Last month, there were 32 referrals related to child abuse, with 12 children being 6 years of age or younger. Thirteen of the children were from Tullahoma, 10 from Manchester, and nine from the county. In 2020, four children died because of alleged child abuse. Last year, of the 347 …

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Kaidon Salter Dismissed from Tennessee Football Program

Tennessee has dismissed freshman quarterback Kaiden Salter from the football program according to sources within the Volunteer program. This comes after he was involved in two off field incidents since arriving on campus in January.  Salter and freshman offensive lineman Amari McNeil were cited for misdemeanor marijuana possession early Saturday morning. Salter was also one …

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