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Tougher Penalties possible for those Who Flee Police Causing Injury or Death to an Officer

A State lawmaker has introduced a bill to toughen penalties against people who flee law enforcement causing an injury or death to the officer. House Majority Leader William Lamberth introduced the Spencer Bristol Act in honor of the Hendersonville Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty on Dec. 30. Bristol was pursuing …

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DREMC Offers Writing Contest for High School Juniors

Duck River Electric Cooperative (DREMC) invites high school juniors across the cooperative’s service area to participate in this year’s Washington Youth Tour Writing Contest by describing in 900 words or less how electric cooperatives give their communities “The Power to Be.” The prize for winning students is an unforgettable trip to Washington, D.C., where they …

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Flu Deaths Up; Some Schools Close

The number of pediatric flu deaths in Tennessee has risen to six. The Tennessee Department of Health confirmed Wednesday that four deaths have occurred in East Tennessee, while two have been reported in Middle Tennessee. The flu vaccine is still available at most local health departments while supplies last. There’s been a shift in the …

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Manslaughter Trial of Former Grundy Co. Deputy set to begin Feb. 3 has New Twist

A Grundy Co. sheriff’s deputy that was indicted on a charge of voluntary manslaughter in the 2017 shooting death of 20-year-old Shelby Comer is set to go on trial on Feb. 3. December 23, 2017, Grundy County Deputy Michael Holmes attempted to stop a vehicle. The driver, Jackie Wayne Bean spun the car around in …

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Bowling Sponsors Resolution to Add Tennessee’s Right to Work Law to Constitution

State Senator Janice Bowling (R-Tullahoma) has signed on as a prime co-sponsor of a resolution that would add Tennessee’s Right to Work law to the state constitution. The Right to Work statute, established in 1947, protects the rights of those who choose not to join a union. It provides that workers cannot be hired or …

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Motlow Receives Prestigious Award

Motlow State recently received the prestigious Minuteman Award in recognition of the College’s support of Tennessee National Guard members. The award was presented to Dr. Michael Torrence, Motlow president, at a ceremony held on the Motlow Smyrna Campus. The award honors the college’s participation in the Tennessee STRONG (Support, Training, and Renewing Opportunity for National …

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Coffee County Sweeps Tullahoma in Exciting Basketball Action

When these two schools get together for any sport you’ll see the best effort from both sides. In girl’s play on Tuesday night in Tullahoma the district leading Lady Raiders picked up the win, 48-31. In boy’s play, Coffee County led by 15 going into the 4th quarter, but Tullahoma roared back to take a …

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Red Cross makes Urgent Call for Donors

The American Red Cross has extended its urgent call for donors of all blood types to give blood or platelets. With influenza escalating across the country and preventing some donors from giving, and winter weather threatening to cancel blood drives, the Red Cross now has a critical shortage of type O blood and urgently needs …

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State Lawmaker Introduces Tax-Free Bill on Food for Two Months

A Tennessee lawmaker has introduced a bill to eliminate sales tax on food for two months later this year. Rep. Patsy Hazelwood introduced the bill last week. The Food Tax Holiday Act would exempt sales taxes on food and food ingredients in the months of June and July of this year. No action has been …

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