Month: May 2022

State Baby State! Lady Raiders going back-to-back TSSAA State Tournaments

Friday night at Terry Floyd Field the Coffee County Lady Raiders earned their second straight trip to the TSSAA state tournament with a 7-2 win over the Smyrna Lady Bulldogs. Coffee County got the scoring started early as Kiya Ferrell led off the bottom off the 1st with a triple. She scored on a passed …

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Cats Shutout South-Doyle to Punch Ticket to State

The Tullahoma Wildcats punched a ticket to the state tournament for the the first time since 2013 Friday night as they shutout South-Doyle 8-0 in the 3-A Sectional at Grider Stadium.   Tullahoma wasted no time offensively, jumping out 3-0 in the first thanks to RBI singles from Ragan Tomlin and Broady Melton, a fielding …

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Manchester Physician Barred from Prescribing Certain Controlled Substances

Press Release: In a settlement reached last week, David Florence, D.O., a Manchester, Tennessee physician, agreed to be barred from prescribing Schedule II and the vast majority of Schedule III controlled substances, announced United States Attorney Mark H. Wildasin for the Middle District of Tennessee. Pursuant to the Consent Judgment and Permanent Injunction, Florence is …

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State Unemployment stays at Low Record Rate

New data from the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development revealed unemployment across the state remained at a historic low in April. The state reached its all-time low unemployment rate in March, and April’s seasonally adjusted rate of 3.2% is the same as March. The April 2022 rate is 1.6 percentage points lower than …

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Travel Expected to Rise this Memorial Day Weekend

Mostly due to COVID-19 Memorial Day weekend travel has been down for the last two years. Despite gas prices on the rise travel is expected to be the busiest in three years, building on a travel resurgence that began earlier this spring. This year’s forecast marks the second highest single-year increase in travelers since 2010 …

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THS track and field athletes gear up for state competition

Tullahoma saw five individual athletes and three relay teams qualify for the TSSAA State Track and Field Championships based on their performances at sectionals last Thursday at Fairview High School. Lily Storey, Cameron Robinson, Logan Crouch, Wesley Russell and Zane Hopf all earned their seats into the state meet after placing in the top two …

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Coffee County Veterans Association Plans Memorial Day Ceremony

Your Coffee County Veterans Association (CCVA) will again proudly host its annual Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 30th, 2022, on Manchester Square. The ceremony will commence at 11 AM. The public, especially school-age children, are encouraged to attend and learn that freedom is not free; that a dear price has been paid; and that the …

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