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Agreement Reached to Cut Trees at Sewanee Airport

An Agreement has been reached to cut trees from the Franklin County/Sewanee Airport’s runway flight path. The Airport’s oversight committee met with Jerry Mansfield and Jerry Jacobs who own the property the trees in question are located on January 11th to agree to conditions for the trees to be cut. That process will take place …

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Sliver Alert Issued for man last seen in Coffee County

A Silver Alert has been issued for an 80-y/o man missing from Coffee County. Donald Alvarez has gray hair and blue eyes. He’s 5’9” and weighs 218 lbs. Donald was last known to be in the area of I-24 near Hillsboro and the Winchester Highway. Alverez may be traveling in a 2015 red Cadillac ATS …

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New 3-Way Stop Installed in Bedford County

The Bedford County Highway Department, as a result of several traffic accidents, has converted the intersection of Midland Road and Whiteside Road, north of Shelbyville, into a three-way stop. Previously, only Whiteside Road traffic had to stop, but now traffic must stop in all three directions. New signage was placed at the intersection on Thursday. …

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Older Americans Can Expect Higher Drug Prices in 2022

Older adults will likely shell out more for healthcare costs in 2022. Medicare beneficiaries will see their premiums for ‘Part B,’ which covers doctor and urgent-care visits, increase by more than 14%, on top of increasing prescription drug prices. Richard Frank, senior fellow in economic studies at the Brookings Institution, explained a provision outlined in President …

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Schools Wins Beautification Donation as part of No Trash November: Tullahoma 2nd Place

Nobody Trashes Tennessee, the state’s litter prevention campaign managed by the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT), teamed up with Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) for the No Trash November Student Video Contest. The contest was part of No Trash November, a statewide litter cleanup and awareness initiative responsible for removing 46,067 pounds of litter across the state. …

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Drivers to receive Newly Designed License Plate with Renewal

Tennessee’s Department of Revenue says drivers will receive newly designed license plates once they complete their annual motor vehicle registration renewals. According to a news release on Thursday, Tennessee law states that license plates may be redesigned every eight years if the General Assembly allocates the funding. The latest plate will replace the current design …

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Coffee County Trustee John H. Marchesoni is seeking Re-election in May 3 Primary

Marchesoni has served as trustee since 2014. “Our team is committed and dedicated to the Coffee County residents who put their trust in us to handle their money carefully,” Marchesoni said. “I have worked with local banks to obtain the best interest rates in investments for the return of your money and make it easier …

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January is National Human Trafficking Prevention and Awareness Month

Human trafficking continues to be a public health concern in Tennessee. Through mid-December 2021, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Human Trafficking Hotline had received 1,185 tips or leads related to human trafficking concerns. This January, which is recognized as National Human Trafficking Awareness Month, the Tennessee Department of Health encourages Tennesseans to learn risk factors, …

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New Executive Director Hired by Industrial Board of Coffee County

The Industrial Board of Coffee County, Tennessee (IBCC) has announced the hiring of a new executive director, Stephen Crook. Crook, who will join the Coffee County Board on Jan. 18, was selected from a pool of professional developers from state, regional and national applicants. Crook has served as the Vice President of Economic Development for …

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Gov. Lee heads Grand Opening of Lodge at Fall Creek Falls State Park

Gov. Bill Lee today led the grand opening of the highly anticipated Lodge at Fall Creek Falls, a $40.4 million, 85-room hotel with conference space and a full-service restaurant and lounge at Fall Creek Falls State Park. “This new lodge is an outstanding attraction at a premier state park,” Lee said. “It’s an example of …

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