Day: October 3, 2021

Coffee Co. Drug Court receives $549,500 from the Department of Justice

The nonprofit Coffee County Drug Court Foundation will receive $549,500 from the Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) to support its Safe Families Project, announced Acting United States Attorney Francis M. Hamilton III. Coffee County’s Safe Families Project will bring together local stakeholders, including the public defender’s office, sheriff’s office, police departments, …

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5 Area School Systems Participating in Tennessee Accelerating Literacy and Learning Corps

The Tennessee Department of Education announced 79 school districts, over half of all districts in the state, intend to participate in the Tennessee Accelerating Literacy and Learning Corps (TN ALL Corps) tutoring program to mitigate learning loss and accelerate student achievement. The participating districts and the department will invest a projected $200 million in federal education funding in TN ALL Corps tutoring supports which stands to benefit nearly 150,000 Tennessee students over the next three years.  …

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Early Detection is the Best Protection

While most recognize the color pink in October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, this October and November marks the second annual Tennessee Pink and Pearl Campaign promoting both breast and lung cancer awareness. The addition of the pearl color represents the ribbon for lung cancer awareness, which is observed in November. While breast cancer is …

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Coffee Co. Middle Wins CTC Championship

Caiden Martin rushed for 240 yards and 6 touchdowns as Coffee County Middle School defeated Harris Middle School of Shelbyville 38-28 on Saturday night. The win capped off the Middle School Raiders’ 2nd straight Central Tennessee Conference championship. Photo from Dr. Jay Trussler

After 18 years Chad Dyer Retires from Football Coaching at Westwood Middle

Below is the resignation letter from Coach Dyer: “Next season will mark the 60th year Westwood Middle School / Junior High has competed in the sport of football. I have proudly served as head coach of the Westwood Rockets for 18 of those years. Along the way I have had the opportunity to work with some …

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