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Motlow Wins Big at SkillsUSA

Motlow State swept the community college competition at the annual State Leadership and Skills Conference in Chattanooga April 10-13. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. The organization provides educational programs, events, and competitions that support career and technical education in classrooms across the …

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Motlow’s Unique Program Finder Tool Fuels
Dreams and Exploration

Planning for college is easier with the right tools. Motlow State Community College built a custom, easy-to-use Program Finder that has become the College’s number one website resource. Motlow’s Program Finder is a robust, graphic-rich database of all the degrees, certificates, and learning options available at the College. It allows students to view, search, and compare various learning …

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Missing Person from Warren County Found Safe

On Sunday May 8th, 2022, a missing person report was filed by family members of Damien Gonzalez to the Warren County Sheriff’s Department (TN). Damien’s last known whereabouts was being transported to St. Thomas Dekalb Hospital in Smithville, Tennessee on April 19th, 2022. On Tuesday, May 10, the WCSD reported that the man had been …

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Motlow State Students Earn Academic Excellence Awards

Motlow State hosted a Student Recognition Awards Day on April 27 at the College’s Moore County Campus. Student recognition awards were presented to those who have demonstrated outstanding achievements in academics, athletics, student government, military service, and student leadership/organizations. “We are excited to honor the accomplishments of these students who represent the highest academic standards,” …

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Solid Waste Board says No More Outside the Region Garbage at Landfill

On Monday night the Central Tennessee Regional Solid Waste Planning Board voted to no longer receive garbage from outside the board’s area. The solid waste board is comprised of Cannon, Coffee, Rutherford and Warren counties. This stops all trash, especially Nashville’s, from coming into Rutherford County by December 31, 2022. Davidson County contributes almost 47% …

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Unemployment Rate Drops in Most Counties

Newly released unemployment data from the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) showed jobless numbers dropped in nearly every county in the state during March. Ninety-two of 95 counties had lower rates for the month. Moore and Williamson counties had the lowest unemployment in March, each with rates of 1.9%. The new figure …

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Fatal Accident on U.S. 41A South

Tonya Fletcher, 45 of Wartrace, who family reports was born and raised in Coffee County died because of injuries she received in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 41A South. Fletcher reportedly became trapped in her burning pickup truck in the accident earlier this week on the highway between Shelbyville and Tullahoma. In a report from …

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Motlow Hosting Student Recognition Awards Day April 27

Motlow State is hosting a Student Recognition Awards Day on April 27 at 2 p.m. in Nisbett Center at the College’s Moore County Campus. Student recognition awards will be presented to those who have demonstrated outstanding achievements in academics, athletics, student government, military service, and student leadership/organizations. “We are excited to honor the accomplishments of these …

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Detention @ The Elementary to host Play with a Purpose event for Coffee County CAC

This year’s fundraiser for Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center will be an in-person event, offering fun activities, golf simulators, video and arcade style games, bumper cars and more. The event is Apr. 21, at the Detention @ The Elementary entertainment center. Coffee County CAC Director Joyce Prusak expressed her excitement about “our first in-person fundraiser …

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Four Injured in Hwy 55 Crash

Last Thursday evening (March 31, 2022) wreck on Highway 55 sent four to the emergency room. According to Trooper Rodney Whiles of the Tennessee Highway Patrol around 7;40pm a 2015 Peterbilt tractor trailer, driven by Jackie Whitmore of McMinnville, was backing into his residence on Manchester Highway when he was struck by a 2015 Nissan …

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