Month: August 2021

ADME and CAC partner to Prevent Child Abuse

Students at Academy of Dental and Medical Educators (ADME) in Tullahoma will be equipped with knowledge to prevent child abuse. Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center and ADME have partnered to offer free classes for students to learn to recognize red flags and to react appropriately if they notice signs of child abuse. Each student who …

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Students Scores Down during Pandemic Year

On Monday, the Tennessee Department of Education released the 2020-21 Spring Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) state-level results. These results include exams in English Language Arts (ELA), mathematics, science and social studies. The Department of Education says that pandemic-related disruptions to education led to declines in student academic proficiency in the state, across all subjects …

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Assistant District Attorney Jason Ponder reflects on Child Abuse in Coffee County

Written by: Elena Cawley Outreach Coordinator Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center Assistant District Attorney Jason Ponder says adults are responsible for protecting children and it’s essential for community members to be aware, recognize signs of child physical and sexual abuse and to know what to do if they suspect child abuse. Child abuse has “terrible …

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Manchester Police working Theft Case Asking for your Help

On Saturday, July 24th, an unknown subject(s) forced entry into a business on Lincoln Street in Manchester. This unknown individual(s) allegedly took approximately $10,000 worth of property including, but not limited to, a trailer with an attached welder. If you can help identify the vehicle you can see at ontargetnews.com call Manchester Police and speak …

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TN Civic Groups Expect Increased Public Input on Redistricting

Tennessee’s 95 counties are expected to undergo redistricting once they’ve received 2020 Census county-level population data this fall, and civic groups across the state say public interest in the redistricting process is increasing. Yurij Rudensky, redistricting counsel for the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center for Justice, said state lawmakers call the shots on how …

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