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News for Coffee County, Tennnessee

Cats Roll in 2nd Half and head to Semi-Finals of State Football Playoffs

It was a game of two halves between the Tullahoma Wildcats and the Pearl-Cohn Firebirds. In the quarterfinal TSSAA state playoff Class 4-A matchup the Wildcats could not get their offense on track in the first half, but the defense played tough against the talented Firebirds. Tullahoma held Pearl-Cohn to only one score in the …

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Bill Ending Anonymous Reporting of Child Abuse is Harmful to Children

By Joyce Prusak Executive Director of Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center Imagine this situation: A step-father sexually abuses a 5-year-old girl. The mother has been suffering abuse from him for years, and when she finds out he abuses her daughter, she decides to make a report to the child abuse hotline. Do you think the …

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Traffic Slowed in Manchester on Thursday due to Overturned Truck on I-24

Traffic was snarled in Manchester on Thursday morning after a tractor trailer overturned on Interstate-24. Drivers on the interstate were routed through the city and slowed traffic during a time travel is slow due to school zones and construction work at the Hwy 41/55 intersection. Emergency crews worked for several hours before clearing the wreckage, …

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Duck River Electric name Short Story Competition Winners

Duck River Electric congratulates these 11 outstanding students who were winners in the 2021 short story competition. Each was presented a $1,000 scholarship sponsored by DREMC. Scholarship winners are, from front left, Hayley Horton, Moore County; Erica Clifton, Moore County; Hannah Gochee, Bedford County; Lauren Zimmerman, Bedford County. In the back row from left are …

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Substitute Teachers needed in Coffee County

Coffee County Schools are looking for substitute teachers. Pay for those employees will increase on December 1st. Subs will receive $85 per day/certified $70 per day/non-certified. Applying is as easy as 1, 2, 3. 1. Application https://coffeecounty.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=6 2. Substitute Packet https://content.schoolinsites.com/…/b50901b69db9466b956… 3. New substitute handbook https://content.schoolinsites.com/…/2c6aa82412974fffa91… Please email langhams@k12coffee.net with any questions.

TCAT and Human Services to Share Coffee County Owned Building

The Coffee County Commission voted recently 19-0 on agreement for the county-owned vocational rehabilitation building at 91 Volunteer Parkway to be used by the Tennessee College of Applied Technology and Department of Human Services. The two entities will occupy the building and share all utility and maintenance for the location. TCAT has agreed to spend …

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Tullahoma-Manchester Median Home Age is 36 years

A new report from Inspection Support Network looking at the U.S. metropolitan areas with the oldest housing. The median value of owner-occupied housing units built since 2010 ($339,039) is more than $50,000 greater than those built just in the decade prior ($288,500). Researchers ranked metros according to the median age of existing housing units, and included the …

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Mentors Needed for tnAchieves Program

With less than three weeks remaining until the Dec. 3 tnAchieves mentor application deadline, around 3,000 volunteer mentors are still needed to meet student demand statewide. Mentors must be 21 years of age and are subject to a background check. Those interested in applying can visit https://tnAchieves.org/mentors. County Total Mentors Needed Total Mentors Recruited Remaining Mentor …

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Longtime Executive with Bonnaroo Leaves for New Job

A man that has been known as a spokesperson and leader for the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival is leaving the company that puts on the event, Live Nation. Sixthman, the global leader in immersive destination experiences on land, sand and sea, announces the addition of Jeff Cuellar to the newly created position of Vice …

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