Month: December 2021

Tullahoma Coach Resigns; Alsup named Interim for Lady Wildcats’ Basketball

The sidelines for the Lady Wildcats basketball team will see a shift in leadership, as Cody McMurtry resigned from his position as Head Coach on Friday. In his resignation letter, McMurtry shares a re-evaluation of his personal priorities. He conveyed his family needs to be focused on, and as a result, he will be relinquishing …

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Two More Wins; Lady Raiders Earn Championship in South Carolina

On Wednesday afternoon in the Carolina Invitational in Charleston, S.C. the Coffee County Lady Raiders blew away Worthington, Ohio 60-29. Senior Elli Chumley led the way with 13 points. Kiya Ferrell and Jalie Ruehling added 10 each. In what had to be the earliest ever start to a Coffee County ladies basketball game with tipoff …

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Commissioner to make Run for Coffee County Mayor

Margaret Cunningham, County Commissioner from District 7, has announced her candidacy for Coffee County Mayor as an Independent in the upcoming election on August 4th.   Her qualifications-experience, integrity, common sense, knowledge of county government– give her the leadership skills, with fifteen years’ experience in County Government, to lead Coffee County.   She will be a NEW …

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Scam Alert from Coffee County EMA

It has been brought to the attention of Coffee County Emergency Management Agency that there is a phone scam circulating utilizing the agency’s phone number (931) 570-2282.  The caller is requesting donations and claims they are with the Coffee County EMA office.  Please do not make any kind of donation if someone calls you from …

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Foster Care Instability Continues to Impact Tennessee Kids

Last year, approximately one in three children in state custody remained in foster care for more than a year, according to a new report by the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth. The report also found widespread instability in the state’s foster system, with kids typically placed in three or more homes within a year. Communications …

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Coffee County to Honor Top Volunteers of 2021

Coffee County citizens will have the opportunity to recognize the efforts of volunteers who strive to improve their community during the Coffee County Commission Meeting on January 11th; and an awards celebration on February 14th. After soliciting public nominations for volunteers, citizens from various walks of life were asked to serve on a committee to review submissions. …

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