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Most Incarcerated Girls Have Experienced Abuse, Says TN Juvenile Court

The juvenile court in Davidson County is spearheading an effort to reduce the number of girls and gender-nonconforming young people who end up behind bars. The court is emphasizing a trauma-informed approach, as part of the Initiative to End Girls’ Incarceration by the Vera Institute of Justice, which aims to meet its goal nationwide within …

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UPDATE-Runaway Teen from Winchester

According to the Winchester Police Department, Jordan Harrington has been found safe. On December 25, 2019, a report was filed with the Winchester Police Department in reference to a runaway juvenile. The report states that Jordan Harrington, age 17, was missing from his home address in Winchester. It is unknown what Harrington may be wearing …

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County Unemployment Rates Released

Unemployment dropped in more than one-third of Tennessee’s 95 counties in November, according to newly released data from the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD). Rates decreased in 38 counties, remained the same in 24 counties, and unemployment increased in 33 counties during the month. The new data shows there are 91 counties …

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Gov. Lee Names Beavers to Parole Board

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has appointed former GOP state Sen. Mae Beavers to serve on the state Board of Parole. Lee announced Beavers’ new six-year term this week while unveiling more than 70 other appointees to various state boards and commissions. She unsuccessfully ran for governor in 2018. Beavers was an early supporter of President …

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Police Searching for Stolen Camaro

The Coffee County Sheriff’s Department is asking the public’s help with locating a stolen car. A 2015 Chevy Camaro convertible, gray in color was recently stolen from the Gnat Hill Rd area of Coffee County. The license tag number is T8691V. If you have any information, please call CCSD Investigator James Sherrill 931-570-4404.

Tullahoma’s Dustin Lynch Concert Raises $$$ for Charities

On December 17, 2019 country music superstar and Tullahoma’s own Dustin Lynch performed a benefit concert at the South Jackson Civic Center. For the 6th year, Lynch and his buddies raised money for area charities. Over $30,000 was raised this year. Money from this year’s event will go to the Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center …

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New Building Opens at Motlow College’s Smyrna Site

Recently a new $28 million, 82,000 square-foot, building opened on the Motlow College Smyrna site. Building 3 provides 32 classrooms equipped with the latest technology, seven labs, over 50 faculty and staff offices, the campus library, bookstore and a multi-purpose area capable of seating up to 300. Naming opportunities for this new facility are available, …

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Flu Shots for Free at Health Departments

Tennessee’s state Department of Health (TDH) says the flu vaccine is now being offered at no charge to patients at Tennessee’s county health department clinics as long as supplies last. Vaccine supplies will vary from county to county, so contact your local health department for information on getting a flu vaccine. After getting the flu …

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Sponsors Needed for Child and Adult Care Food Program

The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is working to find more partners next year to serve as sponsors of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). The CACFP is a federally funded program that provides meals to children and adults who meet age and income requirements. Last fiscal year sponsors served more than …

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New Gun Law in Tennessee

Beginning Jan. 1, Tennessee gun owners will have a second option when applying for handgun permits. The state currently has one type of handgun permit that allows users to carry a firearm open and concealed on their person. It requires a $100 fee and an 8-hour hands-on class, among other background check requirements. That permit …

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