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Tullahoma School Board Cuts List for Director Position to Four Finalist

The Tullahoma Board of Education has decided on their final 4 candidates for director of schools. Three women and one man made the final cut. Dr. Kimberly Osborne, who currently works as the coordinator of data and assessment of Murfreesboro City Schools; Dr. Catherine Stephens, serves the City of Franklin Schools as associate director of …

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FEATURE: Stacy Lynch Candidate for Coffee Co. General Sessions Judge

GENERAL SESSIONS JUDGE CANDIDATE 1. Give personal background I moved to Tullahoma when I was 13 months old. I graduated from Tullahoma High School in 1990 and from Vanderbilt University Graduated in 1994. I am married to Dan Lynch who teaches 7th grade Math at East Middle School and coaches the TUllahoma Middle School Lady …

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FEATURE: Greg Perry Candidate for Coffee Co. General Sessions Judge

1. Give personal background: I was raised in Tullahoma and graduated Tullahoma High School. My father Dwight Perry is a retired firefighter and mother, Jody Perry, is a cosmetologist. I am married to my wife Lori Perry, and reside in Manchester. I have a daughter Lauren Perry (27 years old) and son Blake Perry (16 …

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FEATURE: Jess Stockwell Candidate for Coffee Co. General Sessions Judge

1. Give personal background I grew up with my parents and two brothers in Colorado. My wife and I moved to TN in 2001. As a young man, worked as a bailiff and clerk for Colorado Judge; then attended law school at the Denver University of Law, a top 50 law school in the country …

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FEATURE: Jason Huskey Candidate for Coffee Co. General Sessions Judge

GENERAL SESSIONS JUDGE CANDIDATE 1. Give personal background 2. Give work background 3. Why did you decide to run? 4. What are the positives about being a judge? 5. Negatives about the job? 6. Any changes you would like to make? 7. Tell people why they should vote for you 1. I am a lifelong …

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Tennessee is Officially the Volunteer State

State lawmakers have approved a resolution officially designating Tennessee as “The Volunteer State.” The resolution received unanimous approval from the House on Monday after receiving the same approval in the Senate the week before. Tennessee first became known as “The Volunteer State” during the War of 1812 due to its prominent role of sending 1,500 …

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Follow-Up on Female’s Death after issue at WalMart

In a follow-up to a story that we first brought you on Saturday night; Manchester Police was dispatched to Walmart in Manchester on Saturday morning regarding a woman behaving erratically. Upon arriving a short time later, the officer was directed to the woman. At the officer’s request, she agreed to leave the store with the …

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Tennessee Launches Program to Raise Awareness about Benefits of Registered Apprenticeships

A qualified and skilled workforce is crucial to Tennessee’s continued economic success. To ensure there is a pipeline of workers for Tennessee businesses, the state has launched a comprehensive program to raise awareness about the benefits of Registered Apprenticeships. ApprenticeshipTN is a major initiative to increase the number of skilled employees available within Tennessee’s workforce. …

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Moore Co. Middle School Raiders’ Boy’s Basketball to play in TMSAA Semi-Finals

The Moore County Middle School Raiders boy’s basketball team has been competing in TMSAA Class A state tournament. In the sectional quarterfinals, Moore County defeated Collinwood, 49-33. In the sectional semifinals, the Raiders squeezed by South Lawrence Middle, 62-60. In the sectional finals, the Moore County Middle School boys continued their winning ways as they …

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Former Raider Now Vol Alontae Taylor Honored Twice

Tennessee football rising junior cornerback Alontae Taylor represented the Vols as a member of the Southeastern Conference Leadership Council over the weekend. The council consists of one football student-athlete from each of the conference’s 14 schools and met for its annual gathering at the SEC offices in Birmingham Friday and Saturday. Among the agenda items …

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