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What the Historic SNAP Increase Means for Recipients

By Allison Jones, Legal Aid Society Food insecurity is one of the biggest hurdles that our most vulnerable neighbors face daily — something that gets especially challenging around the holidays. With schools closed for winter break, many families are left without a regular source of meals for their children through the United States Department of …

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Coffee County District 6 Hazmat Team responds to Leaking Chlorine Gas Cylinder

At approximately 7:30 a.m. Saturday morning, Coffee County District 6 Hazmat Team consisting of personnel from Manchester and Tullahoma Fire as well as Coffee County EMA personnel were requested to respond mutual aid to Winchester Utilities for a leaking Chlorine gas cylinder. Upon arrival, technicians were suited up and sent in to ascertain the location …

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Coffee County District Attorney to serve as Special Prosecutor in Warren Co. Shooting

Coffee County District Attorney Craig Northcott is currently serving as special prosecutor in a high-profile shooting death in Warren County. Jeremiah Benjamin Davis, 28, allegedly shot and killed Christopher Hollis during what could be a road rage incident in Warren County on Oct. 24.  According to reports in Warren County’s Southern Standard, the two men …

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Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics concludes in Manchester

In 1983 The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics was presented to Metro Nashville’s Chief of Police Joe Casey and the International Association of Chiefs of Police. The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics engages law enforcement in championing acceptance and inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities. Referred to as “Guardians of the …

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Tullahoma City Schools Approved to receive ESSER 3.0 Funds

Press Release: To help address the impact COVID-19 has had and continues to have, Tullahoma City Schools applied for and was awarded more than $7 million in ESSER 3.0 funds. “Tullahoma City Schools was tasked with evaluating needs across the district and identifying ways to utilize these federal, one-time relief funds,” said TCS Director of …

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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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ChildcareTennessee Opens Grant Program

ChildcareTennessee announced this week a $5 million grant program to establish new childcare services or expand existing ones. Providers can apply for up to $1,000 per licensed child care slot, up to a maximum of $100,000 per program. The grants can be used for furniture, equipment, supplies, curriculum and other items and services, according to …

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New Uses for MyTN App

The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS), the state’s Office of Customer Focused Government, and IT group (Strategic Technology Solutions) are teaming up to add new helpful services for users of Tennessee’s MyTN mobile application. Customers can now file and check the status of an appeal for the denial of TDHS programs on their smartphone …

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