Month: August 2022

Million Dollar Multi-State Theft Investigation by Manchester Police and others

In August 2018, Manchester Police responded to Tri-Green Equipment on Interstate Drive, in regards to a burglary to their business. It was reported that one of their trucks had been used to break through the gate and used to move a barricade. It was also determined that a John Deere Gator, Zero Turn Mower and …

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Manchester City Schools Receives 21st CCLC Grant

Manchester City Schools applied for renewal of the 21st Century Community Learning Center grant on April 14, 2022.  The Request for Proposal was made by input from an advisory board comprised of students, parents, community leaders, and school personnel.  Each application was read and scored by three reviewers. The peer review team provided each application …

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Motlow Celebrates 14 New Paramedic Graduates

Motlow State Community College recognized 14 new paramedics during a graduation ceremony held August 8 in Powers Auditorium on the College’s Moore County campus. “This graduating class has put in a lot of time and effort and proven themselves to take their place among their colleagues in the field,” said Houston Austin, EMS Director at Motlow. “I …

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Motlow Women’s Soccer to Play Home Games in Winchester and Murfreesboro

With a brand-new facility under construction on the Motlow State Community College Moore County campus, the Motlow Bucks women’s soccer team will spend its final season playing home games on area fields during the 2022 season. The new soccer facility is scheduled to open for the 2023 season, and the Bucks will finally have that …

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Woodbury Man Sentenced to Jail for involvement in Capital Protest in 2021

A Woodbury man has been sentenced to three months in jail followed by one year of supervised release for his actions during the Jan. 6 Capitol protests. Matthew Baggott will have to complete 60 hours of community service and pay a restitution of $500. Baggott pleaded guilty to one count of disruptive and disorderly conduct …

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