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Burglary case leads to the Arrests of Two Franklin County Men

On Tuesday May 24th at approximately 10:30am, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office personnel responded to a reported burglary in progress in the Keith Springs Mountain area. Upon arriving on the scene, law enforcement officials did contact two males attempting to commit a burglary. A short pursuit ensued, and one male was taken into custody. The second …

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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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Sevierville Soldier First Female to Win Tennessee National Guard shooting competition

Airmen and Soldiers from across Tennessee gathered at Tullahoma’s Volunteer Training Site from May 20-22, to compete against one another at the Tennessee National Guard’s annual Adjutant General Rifle Match. Staff Sgt. Celia Riffey, a military police Soldier with the 252nd Military Police Company and native of Sevierville, became the first female in Tennessee history …

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$30,000 in items Stolen from Johnson Flea Market in Manchester

On May 20th an unknown male subject broke into numerous units at Johnson Flea Market in Manchester. The subject forced entry into these units between 8:00 – 8:30 PM on the 20th. Approximate value of the stolen items is $30,000. It is believed that the suspect’s vehicle was parked on the Old Tullahoma Highway, directly …

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Attention Veterans! Helping Heroes Grants Available

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office of Research and Education Accountability has announced they have completed an evaluation of a program providing financial aid to armed services veterans to attend institutions of higher education in Tennessee. The review of Helping Heroes Grants focused on the last four years of the program’s operation from 2017 to 2021. The grants …

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TBI Agents Investigating Coffee County Officer-Involved Shooting

At the request of 14th District Attorney Craig Northcott, TBI special agents are independently investigating the circumstances that led to an officer-involved shooting by deputies with the Coffee County Sheriff’s Office in the early morning hours Tuesday. Shortly before midnight, deputies responded to a 911 call from Evan Krenson, 20 years old of Decherd threatening suicide. …

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THS DECA Program Celebrates Competitive Season

With the school year concluded, the Tullahoma High School Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) celebrated the conclusion of a stellar competitive season. Abby Lynch, Olivia Murphy and Emma Bell represented Tullahoma at the DECA International Conference in Atlanta last month. The THS sophomores were three of the 17,000 students, advisors and industry leaders who …

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Graduation Parade held for Coffee County High School Seniors

Because of COVID-19 concerns Coffee County Central High School held a “Parade of Graduates in 2020 and 2021,” but this year the normal ceremony returns to Carden-Jarrell Field (weather permitting) at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 27, 2022.   Because so many enjoyed the senior parades the event took place again this year on Monday …

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Winchester Police searching for American Flag Thief

On Sunday May 22, 2022 an American flag and flag pole was taken from the roadside of Highway 41A in front of Hall Furniture in Winchester.   The Winchester Police Department is requesting assistance in identifying the individual involved in the theft. If you can identify the individual or may have any information, please contact …

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