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From Flooding to Snow

After we all suffered through the heavy rain and flooding last week, we woke up on Friday with snow on the ground. The snow middle Tennessee received was nothing compared to the eastern part of the state. The eastbound side of Interstate 24 was closed near Monteagle as snow blanketed the area on Saturday. Monteagle …

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Updated information on Tennessee Grape & Grain returning to Tullahoma

Tennessee Grape & Grain returns to Tullahoma on May 30, 2020. Over 50 flavors of craft beer, wine and spirits will be available for tasting. Tickets for unlimited tasting can be purchased now for only $25 at ROOSTERTICKETS.com. Tickets are $30 at the gate. Tennessee Grape & Grain takes place at Frazier-McEwen Park from 3pm-7pm. …

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Curlee will Not Seek Reelection

Tullahoma citizens will be selecting a new mayor in August as Mayor Lane Curlee said this week that he would not seek reelection. Curlee has served twice as mayor for a total of 18 years. He also severed twice as an Alderman and was 47th district, State Representative from 1984-1993. Karl Smithson and Alderman Ray …

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Former Grundy Co. Deputy Convicted of Criminally Negligent Homicide

The jury has reached a verdict in the trial of former Grundy County Deputy Mike Holmes. Holmes has been found guilty of criminally negligent homicide. The jury believes Holmes’ gunshot was what killed 20-year-old Shelby Comer in 2017 – not a drug overdose, as had been argued by his defense. This conviction means the jury …

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Flooding Update and School Closings for Friday

Around 4 inches of rain fell this week in the On Target News coverage area. Heavy rain hit the area again overnight on Wednesday. Select roads had to be closed in Coffee, Rutherford, Moore, Grundy and other areas. Several schools remained closed on Friday due to flooding and illnesses. BEDFORD CLOSED FRI; NO EXTENDED CARE …

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How to Protect Yourself in the Debt Collection Process

By Zac Oswald, Legal Aid Society Unless you’ve received a phone call from a debt collector, you probably don’t know much about the debt collection process. People get behind on payments and in debt for a variety of reasons, some unpreventable (a lost job or unexpected medical expenses) and some not (bad spending habits). No …

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Tennessee’s needed Public Infrastructure would Cost $54.8 Billion

Tennessee’s annual estimated cost for needed public infrastructure improvements is at least $54.8 billion (up by $4.8 billion), a fourth-straight annual increase, according to a new report released this week. Transportation and utility needs are the most expensive at $29.6 billion for projects that need to be in some development stage from July 2018 through …

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Free Tax-Prep Sites Open to Help TN Residents File on Time

From now through April 15, Tennessee residents who need help getting their income taxes done can turn to the AARP Foundation’s free Tax-Aide program at more than 60 community sites statewide. While anyone can use the free tax-preparation service, Tax-Aide coordinator Emily Paul said it’s geared for people who are lower-income and 50 or older, …

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Raider Sports coming back to Rooster 101.5

Written by freelance reporter Wayne Thomas The man that many fans consider “The Voice” of the Red Raiders will return to the airwaves on Coffee County Athletics this summer. Lucky Knott has announced Raider sports for the last 24 years. Local listeners have relied on him to give them an accurate account of the game. …

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Franklin Co. Authorities Arrest 60 year-old for Meth and More

Recently Franklin County Sheriff’s Office personnel executed a search warrant at 238 Fairview Road Winchester, TN. The execution of the warrant resulted in law enforcement discovering and seizing approximately 75 grams of what is believed to be methamphetamine, 20 grams of alleged marijuana and slightly over $900 in cash. Carl W. Willis age 60 was …

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