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News for Warren County, Tennnessee

Schools Receive Grant Funding

The Tennessee Department of Education announced over $2 million in Perkins Reserve Grant awards to 38 school districts for the 2021-22 school year to support career and technical education (CTE) across the state.  This will especially help in more rural areas, aligned with regionally identified high skill, high wage, and/or in-demand occupations or industries. Coffee …

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Motlow State Announces Return to Normal Activities on All Campuses

Motlow State Community College is excited to announce a return to normal student and staff activities on all its campuses. The College recently moved to Pandemic Level 1, allowing it to open its campuses completely to students, staff, and visitors. All student support services are now fully open. Walk-in service is available. Students are welcome …

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Desiree IV makes Children feel More Comfortable when they come for their Medical Visit

Desiree IV visited the Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center June 2. Desiree IV is the Our Kids facility dog. Our Kids Clinic has a location at the Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center. The clinic provides medical exams for children in Coffee and surrounding counties when there are concerns of child sexual abuse. Many children who …

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Area County Unemployment Rates for April Improve

Tennesseans continued returning to the workforce in counties across the state in April. The rates remained the same in two counties, while six counties did experience higher unemployment. Bedford County 5.2 in March. 4.6 in April Cannon County 4.4 to 3.6 Coffee County 4.9 to 4.0 Franklin County 4.7 to 3.9 Grundy County 6.5 to …

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Umpire Calling the Coffee Co./Shelbyville Baseball Game Saturday Passes Away

On Saturday afternoon Rooster 101.5 FM was broadcasting the district tournament baseball game between Coffee County and Shelbyville at Shelbyville when a tragedy occurred. Umpire Gerald Tidwell collapsed on the field at the end of the 4th inning. Coffee County Head Coach David Martin told On Target News that he heard someone say, “Get the …

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Motlow Reopening Campuses

Motlow State Community College will re-open its campuses to in-person students for the fall semester. Motlow’s re-opening aligns with the Tennessee Board of Regents institutions across the state.  The college will initiate its return to campus plan beginning May 10. Specific details for accessing campuses and services are available at www.mscc.edu or by calling 1-800-654-4877 between 8 am – 4:30 …

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Ascend Federal Credit Union Raises More Than $25,000 for the Tennessee Region of the American Red Cross

Ascend Federal Credit Union today announced that the company and its employees raised $25,550 in March to support the Tennessee Region of the American Red Cross.  “Ascend is dedicated to supporting organizations that are making a difference in the communities we serve,” Ascend President and CEO Caren Gabriel said. “We strongly believe in the Red Cross’s …

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Man on the Run from Law Enforcement in Grundy County

Grundy County deputies are looking for Michael Robert Gray (38) from Coalmont. Gray fled when deputies attempted to stop him on suspicion of impaired driving on Hwy 108 in Gruetli-Laager. Deputies gave chase until the vehicle Gray was driving became disabled after running through a gate on Bonner Hollow Road in Pelham. Gray fled on …

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More Tennessee Schools named Trauma-Informed

The Tennessee Department of Education is pleased to announce 176 schools were selected for the second cohort of trauma-informed schools in Tennessee. This new cohort more than doubles the original 73 schools from the first trauma-informed schools cohort which launched in 2018-19.  In Tennessee, the model trauma-informed school designation recognizes schools for their emphasis on implementing trauma-informed strategies to provide critical supports for students. Schools implementing trauma-informed approaches have seen …

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Unemployment on the Rise in Most Tennessee Counties

Following a slight rise in the statewide unemployment rate in March, jobless statistics experienced minor increases in most of Tennessee’s 95 counties. Five counties across the state did experience lower unemployment for the month, while rates went up in 86 counties, and remained the same in four.Williamson County’s jobless statistic of 3.3% was the lowest …

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