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Tullahoma man charged after Police Pursuit that ended in Gunfire

On Sunday night (January 1, 2023), Coffee County Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Dustan Foster was conducting a traffic stop on I-24 near the 114 mm when a vehicle came close to hitting Foster. Sgt. Foster attempted a traffic stop on the car in which the driver tried to elude the officer. The subject, later identified as …

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Blue Angels coming back to the Great Tennessee Air Show in June

A Blue Angel F-18 Super Hornet landed at the airport in Smyrna this week. Lieutenant Commanders Thomas Zimmerman and Brian Vaught piloted the fighter jet through Tennessee skies before landing at airport. The Blue Angels will headline the 2023 Great Tennessee Air Show on June 10-11, which is held at the Smyrna airport. The 2023 …

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Motlow College Taking Flight

The flight training industry is thriving, and the future looks brighter than it has in decades. In partnership with Azure Flight Support, Motlow State Community College unveiled its new Aviation Simulation Lab located at the Middle Tennessee Education Center (MTEC) in Shelbyville. “We are committed to education. This is exciting!” said Bedford County Mayor Chad Graham, …

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Motlow Library Awarded $5K Art Grant from TN Arts Commission

The Motlow State Community College Library was awarded a $5,000 Targeted Arts Development Initiative (TADI) Grant funded by the Tennessee Arts Commission. This is the second year in a row that Motlow has received the grant. “The first year, we used all the funds for collection items featuring the Arts. This year, we used the …

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On Campus ACT to be Administered at Motlow College on 3 Dates

Motlow State Community College Testing Center will administer the On-Campus ACT exam on November 17, December 15, and January 4 from 12:30 PM – 4 PM. The test is administered in room 1043 of the Crouch Center on the Moore/Tullahoma County campus. The On-Campus ACT Test is for individuals under 21 years of age planning …

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Facility responds after Child Dies from E. Coli outbreak at Lucky Ladds Farms

According to the TN Department of Health, two baby goats are the reason for the outbreak of E. coli at Lucky Ladd Farms in the Rutherford County community of Eagleville. Several people fell ill after attending a camp at the petting farm and fun park. The outbreak at Lucky Ladd Farms was responsible for sending …

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Motlow Receives Grant Funding

Motlow State Community College has been awarded $68K for the 2022-23 fiscal year as part of the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) Relational Advising Grant to increase first-year retention rates. In 2018, the Governor’s Office began providing re-occurring funds for scaling relational advising across the 13 community colleges in Tennessee. As part of the Relational …

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Tennessee Secretary of State Pleads in DUI case in Coffee County

Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett accepted a plea deal after he was charged with driving under the influence. He was arrested after leaving a bar in Tullahoma in June. Hargett appeared in a Coffee County courtroom on Thursday, Oct. 13 and pleaded guilty for first offense of driving under the influence under an Alford plea. …

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TWRA Grants for Aquatic Stream Clean-ups

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has announced the award of grant dollars to assist with 2023 aquatic stream clean-up projects across the state. The grants were awarded to various organizations for 17 projects across the state including: Tennessee Bass Nation Conservation/Youth Fishing: Tim’s Ford, Normandy, and Percy Priest lakes; located in Coffee, Davidson, Franklin, Moore, Rutherford, …

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Motlow is Leader of Student Engagement on Mental Health

Motlow State Community College understands the importance of supporting the mental health needs of students. Awareness of mental health needs continues to grow and Motlow actively combats stigma surrounding those asking for help. “Approximately one of every five people are said to have some type of mental health issue, and college students are no different,” …

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