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Trial Court Vacancy Commission to select New Coffee County Judge

Coffee County Judge L. Craig Johnson is set to retire May 12, 2021. He was reelected in 2014, meaning whoever is appointed will be up for election in 2022 elections. Trial Court Vacancy Commission will select from applicants; Robert T. Carter of Tullahoma, Jason Huskey of Manchester, Margaret C. Lamb Kilgore of Tullahoma, William Lockhart …

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Slow Down Tennessee

Area law enforcement officials are partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) to promote “Slow Down Tennessee.” Now thru April 30 law enforcement will increase education, awareness, saturation and enforcement efforts to help reduce speeding-related crashes, injuries, and fatalities statewide. The State of Tennessee requires motorists to always exercise due care and maintain a …

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Ascend Federal Credit Union’s Online Financial Education Center Helps Improve Financial Literacy

 In recognition of April being designated Financial Literacy Month, Ascend Federal Credit Union has added a special section to its online financial education center to help Middle Tennesseans improve their money management skills.  The financial literacy resource features free interactive learning tools including tutorials, videos and quizzes that provide expert guidance on building a budget, buying a home, …

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Coffee County takes Command of District 8-AAA with Win at Lincoln County

The Coffee County Lady Raiders picked up an important District 8-AAA 5-2 win on the road at Lincoln County on Thursday night. The game was tied at two after 7 innings, so extra 8th inning was needed to get a winner. The Lady Raiders stay unbeaten in district play and 20-3-1. Coffee County was batting …

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CFMT’s The Big Payback Attracts Record Number of Participating Organizations

There has been one day each May for the past seven years that the community has come together and showered our nonprofits with its generosity. It is 24 hours to celebrate the spirit of giving and collaboration, and ultimately, the extraordinary work that nonprofits do in Middle Tennessee. This year a record number of area …

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Tennessee Adds Jobs but Loses Some in March

In March, Tennessee employers had the most people on their payrolls since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic one year ago. Despite the increase in job creation during the month, the state did experience a slight increase in overall unemployment, up 0.1 of percentage point to 5% in March. Tennessee employers added 15,400 employees to …

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Tennessee No. 1 for its Response Against Human Trafficking

A leading nonprofit in the fight against human trafficking ranked Tennessee No. 1 for its response against the crime. Year over year, calls to the tip hotline increased to the point where a record number was received last year. Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have been encouraged by the results, as tips lead …

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