Day: August 23, 2021

Coffee County Authorities Searching for Stolen Semi-Truck

Coffee County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a 2016 Peterbilt Semi-Truck. The truck was stolen early Monday morning, 8/23/2021, from Woodall Grain on McMinnville Highway. There was no trailer attached when the truck was stolen. If anyone has information, please contact Sgt. James Sherrill at 931-570-4404. There is a reward …

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Tullahoma’s Tennessee National Guard’s 1-107th Air Operations Battalion heads to Africa

More than 35 Soldiers from the Tennessee National Guard’s 1-107th Air Operations Battalion, headquartered in Tullahoma, will be leaving this weekend for an 11-month deployment to the Horn of Africa.   The Guardsmen traveled to Fort Hood, Texas, on Sunday to undergo final mobilization training before arriving at their final duty station in Djibouti and …

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Franklin County Helping those affected by the Flood

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with Jason Ikard and Mike Moore, will be taking donations for relief and aid to the citizens of Humphreys County. Donations will be taken through Wednesday and may be dropped off at the Southern Middle Tennessee Pavilion (1041 Wilton Circle in Winchester). Items needed are toiletries such as, …

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Motlow Hosting ACT Prep Class

Motlow State Community College is scheduled to host an ACT Prep class for current high school students at the College’s Moore County Campus beginning September 13 through October 11. Students wishing to attend should register in advance at https://registration.xenegrade.com/motlow/courseDisplay.cfm?schID=313. Additional registration details can be found on the Motlow website under “Workforce”. This course is designed to …

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Franklin County vs Chattanooga-Central Canceled due to COVID-19

Friday’s Franklin County Football game with Chattanooga-Central has been canceled due to COVID-19 issues at Chattanooga Central. Franklin County worked to find an opponent to replace the Pounders but were unable to do so and will receive a COVID-19 forfeit win per TSSAA guidelines. The Rebels now 1-1 on the year will next open region …

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Franklin County High School closed again Tuesday.

Franklin County High School will again be closed on Tuesday as crews work to repair an electrical outage effecting the south portion of the building. Students will receive their assignments for Tuesday on google classroom. If you do not receive an email from a teacher by Tuesday morning please contact your teacher. Fall sports practices …

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Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Accepting Donations to Help Flood Victims

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with Jason Ikard and Mike Moore, will be taking donations for relief and aid to the citizens of Humphreys County. Donations will be taken through Wednesday and may be dropped off at the Southern Middle Tennessee Pavilion (1041 Wilton Circle in Winchester). Items needed are toiletries such as, …

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