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New Football Coach at Franklin County

On Thursday, former Franklin County High School football player Justin Cunningham was named the new head coach of his previous team. Cunningham played for the Rebels and graduated in 2005 graduate. He played college football at Austin Peay. Cunningham had coached at 5 schools, including Blackman, Smyrna before accepting the job at Franklin County. Last …

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Record Deaths on Tennessee Roadways in 2019

The state is closing out the year with more than 1100 roadway fatalities, the alarming statistic sets a new record for the decade. Lt. Bill Miller of the Tennessee Highway Patrol said, 2019 has been an extremely difficult year for the state of Tennessee as far as traffic fatalities. The state has had around 100 …

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Foundation Helped Hundreds during the Holidays

In November On Target News reported about a special foundation to help struggling Coffee County families and children have a Merry Christmas. Former Coffee County Sheriff, Steve Graves, his friend Gene Taylor and other caring people started a foundation several years ago to help those in need. Over the last couple of weeks many toys …

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Area Schools Receive STEM Grants

Governor Bill Lee and the Tennessee Department of Education are awarding start-up grants to fund middle school career and technical education (CTE); science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education; and the expansion of equitable access and participation in early postsecondary opportunities. Middle School STEM Start-Up Grants-Tullahoma City School District- East Middle School, West Middle School. …

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New Information Released on Homicide in Coffee County

Sometime Monday afternoon a homicide took place in the Lakewood Park area of Coffee County. Coffee County Sheriff’s Department personnel responded to Birch Lane for a welfare check and that’s when they located the victim, 68 year-old Johnny Tesar. Investigators worked the scene until the early morning hours on Tuesday. A be on the lookout …

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Wild Horses Corralled in Moore County

For the last several weeks, Moore County Sheriff’s department employees have been feeding seven wild horses in the Smith Chapel area in an attempt to catch and remove them from the area. These animals were a major nuisance causing traffic complaints and property damage. The Moore County Sheriff’s Department reported Tuesday afternoon that all the …

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Ascend CEO Named to WomenInc.’s 2019 Most Influential Corporate Board of Directors

Ascend Federal Credit Union announced Tuesday that President and CEO Caren Gabriel has been named among WomenInc.’s 2019 Most Influential Corporate Board Directors. Gabriel is the only president/CEO of a credit union to make the list and was recognized for her seat on CUNA Mutual Group, a leading insurance, financial services and technology company based …

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Black Bear became a fan of Tennessee Vols Baseball on Sunday

A 200-pound black bear was spotted roaming around the University of Tennessee in Knoxville early Sunday morning, leading university police to call the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency for help. When wildlife officials caught up with the bear, they found him stuck inside Lindsey Nelson Stadium, home of the Volunteers baseball team. Sgt. Roy Smith and …

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First Day Hikes at State Parks

Tennessee State Parks will usher in the New Year with First Day Hikes on Jan. 1. The free, guided hikes are available at all state parks with the exception of Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, which hosts the annual New Year’s Eve event in Nashville. “The New Year is a time many Tennesseans will make …

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