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Friday is Last Day to Sign Up to be Student Mentor

The Tennessee Promise program says they need additional volunteer mentors after 63,000 students applied this year. Tennessee Promise mentors are paired with students to help them transition from high school to college. Mentors will help students meet deadlines and act as a trusted resource. To apply, fill out an application at tnAchieves.org/mentors/apply by December 6. …

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Lots of Christmas Parades Coming Up, begining Friday in Tullahoma

More Christmas Parades are coming up. On Friday, December 6 at 7 pm Tullahoma will present its annual parade down Jackson St. On Saturday, December 7 four area Christmas parades will take place. You’ll have your choice of either Cowan or Lynchburg at 1 pm. The McMinnville parade begins at 2:30pm and in Shelbyville, their …

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23 Years Later, Warren Co. facing Murder Charge of his Mother

Warren County authorities have arrested a suspect in a murder that occurred nearly 23 years ago. The Warren County Grand Jury Wednesday returned an indictment charging 76 year old Paul Alvin Adcock Sr. for second-degree murder and tampering with evidence in the killing of his mother, Lela Adcock. Ms. Adcock was found deceased at her …

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Massive Home Burns to the ground in Coffee County

All Coffee County volunteer fire departments were called to the scene of a house fire on Tuesday night around 6:30pm. When firefighters arrived, they found the massive home valued at $1 million fully engulfed. The home located at 207 Thoma Lane, just off Pea Ridge Road was a total loss. According to Realtor.com the home …

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Case against Murder Suspect in Warren Co. heads to Grand Jury

A man accused in the shooting death of a woman in Warren County ten years ago has been bound over to the Grand Jury. 51 year old Marty Lynn Judd is accused of shooting 46 year old Rebecca Mooneyham as she slept in her living room in 2009. No arrest was made in the case …

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Holiday Concerts at Motlow

The Motlow State Music Department is excited to present a pair of holiday concerts featuring The Motlow Vocal Ensemble and Community Band. Performances will be in Powers Auditorium inside Eoff Hall on the Moore County campus Thursday, Dec. 5, at 7 p.m., with a matinee performance on Sunday, Dec. 8, at 2 p.m. There will …

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Motlow Basketball on 93.9 The Duck

Wednesday night (Dec. 4) at the Copperweld Arena inside the Nisbett Center on the main campus of Motlow College the Bucks take on Chattanooga State. Women’s game time is 5:30 with the men’s game to follow. Buck basketball is a very exciting style that will keep fans on the edge of their feet. Come on …

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New Temp Judge in Coffee County–5 Locals pick up papers to run

Coffee County Judge Tim Brock passed away in November while in Nevada at a conference. Brock handled general sessions and juvenile court. Since then the other county judges have taken on an extra caseload. It has been announced that the Tennessee Supreme Court has appointed Judge John P. Damron to the job until a new …

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19 Year-Old Charged with Homicide in Bedford County

A 19-year-old man is charged with reckless homicide after investigators say he shot and killed his teenage friend at a house party over the weekend in Bedford County. According to Bedford County Sheriff Austin Swing, the shooting happened around 3 a.m. Sunday during a gathering at a home on Cartwright Road. After interviewing witnesses, the …

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Gov. Lee Prays for Our State

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee says if residents pray to God to favor the state, God will answer those prayers. Speaking to religious leaders on Tuesday, Lee said he declared a statewide day of prayer and fasting in October because he knows for sure that God answers prayers. Lee said he prays that Tennessee does not …

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