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Motlow Student Donates 1,200lbs of Food & Other Items to Student Pantry

When the call went out for food donations to Motlow’s student pantries, Motlow student Eli Certain jumped into action. Unaware of the actual number of items she was able to contribute, her total donation was just over 1,200 pounds of food. Items ranged from fresh fruit and vegetables, to shelf-stable snacks, milk, and even personal …

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TDOE Releases 2020-21 Graduation Rate Data

This week, the Tennessee Department of Education released the graduation rate for the 2020-21 school year. Of the 2020-21 cohort, 88.7% of students graduated on time this year compared to 89.6% last year, 37 districts improved their graduation rates, and 37 districts graduated 95% or more of their cohorts.  Bedford County 91% Coffee County 89.7% Tullahoma 90.8% Franklin County 90.1% Grundy 90.6% Lincoln County 92.3% Fayetteville …

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Warren County Woman Charged with TennCare Fraud

 Warren County woman is charged with TennCare fraud and theft of services for allegedly reporting she had custody of her child to obtain TennCare healthcare insurance benefits. The Office of Inspector General (OIG), in a joint effort with the Warren County Sheriff’s Office, today announced the arrest of 26-year-old Breanna Walters. Investigators allege that a family member …

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Davis Homes of Warren County under Criminal Investigation

In August 2021, the Warren County Sheriff’s Department began a criminal investigation of possible financial crimes committed by Davis Homes at the request of the 31st Judicial District Attorney’s Office.  Multiple victims were found to have paid large sums of money to Davis Homes being promised to receive their homes from the business, but the …

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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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Mentors Needed for tnAchieves Program

With less than three weeks remaining until the Dec. 3 tnAchieves mentor application deadline, around 3,000 volunteer mentors are still needed to meet student demand statewide. Mentors must be 21 years of age and are subject to a background check. Those interested in applying can visit https://tnAchieves.org/mentors. County Total Mentors Needed Total Mentors Recruited Remaining Mentor …

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Motlow Offers COVID Exception to Academic Fresh Start

Undergraduate students who have experienced academic difficulty can make a fresh start when returning to Motlow after an extended absence. Academic Fresh Start, a plan of academic forgiveness, now has a COVID Fresh Start exception to policy in place. “This is a needed benefit for students who experience academic difficulties due to COVID and we applaud …

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Motlow Student Earns Sam H. Odom Scholarship

Motlow State Community College student Daphne Davenport, from McMinnville, has earned the Sam H. Odom Scholarship to use toward her nursing degree. The scholarship is awarded to one student at each of the Tennessee Board of Regents’ (TBR) 13 community colleges each year on behalf of the Sam H. Odom Foundation Trust and TBR. “For as long …

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TBI asking for Help with October Shooting Death in Warren County

At the request of the 31st District Attorney General’s office, TBI special agents continue to investigate the fatal shooting that occurred last month in Warren County. Christopher Hollis, 36, was driving on Hwy US 70E at Griffith Lane in McMinnville the afternoon of October 24th, when he was shot by another motorist and died at …

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Veterans Find New Champion at Motlow

Working well as a team, having a sense of duty, and possessing a strong work ethic are just a few of the many reasons that Veterans make excellent employees. The new Veteran Affairs Coordinator at Motlow State Community College is no stranger to military service. Michael Neal started at Motlow in March 2021. A Veteran …

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