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Firebirds Overpower Wildcats in Region Battle

The Pearl Cohn Firebirds scored touchdowns on their first six possessions to cruise past the Tullahoma Wildcats 45-0 Friday night in Nashville.  Pearl Cohn took advantage of Wildcat miscues, cashing in turnover for points and short fields to set up scores to build a 35 point advantage in the first quarter. Tullahoma got a couple …

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CCCHS Volleyball Wins Again

Coffee County hosted Warren County in volleyball action on Thursday in Manchester. The Lady Raiders powered past the Lady Pioneers in 4 sets, 3-1 (25-18, 18-25, 25-20 and 25-9. Kurry Neel was outstanding with 12 kills and Madison Pruitt helped her teammates with 20 assists. A celebration took place on alumni night as everyone celebrated …

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Update Shootout on I-24 in Coffee County; Two Injured including State Trooper

TBI special agents are investigating the circumstances leading to an officer-involved shooting Thursday night in Coffee County. Preliminary information indicates that around 11:00 p.m., Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers stopped a vehicle traveling westbound on I-24 in Coffee County. At some point during that stop, the vehicle drove off. The driver fired shots from his vehicle, …

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Savage Gulf State Natural Area changing to State Park

State officials announced on Thursday the creation of Savage Gulf State Park in Grundy and Sequatchie counties, a boost for recreation in the region, bringing the total of Tennessee’s state parks to 57. The park, featuring one of Tennessee’s most scenic areas, includes the nearly 19,000-acre Savage Gulf State Natural Area, which is also a …

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Tullahoma Invites the public to National Night Out

The Tullahoma Police Department invites you to their National Night Out to celebrate First Responders, Community Partners, and Residents working together to make Tullahoma safer. National Night Out promotes community partnerships to make safer neighborhoods and more caring places to live. The overall goal of Tullahoma Police to enhance the relationship between neighbors our law …

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Manchester Man on Trial this week; He is Accused of Killing his Infant Son

Gavin Clark of Manchester is on trial this week for the death of his son. Clark is accused of killing his six-week-old baby. He claims the infant’s death was an accident. The 23 year-old father, who is charged with first-degree murder has claimed he tripped on a toy and fell down the stairs with his son …

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Coffee County Mayor Judd Matheny announces Temporary New County Attorney

Coffee County Mayor Judd Matheny has chosen long time Coffee County resident and attorney, Ed North as the temporary part time Coffee County Attorney, effective Oct. 1, 2022.  Robert ‘Bob” Huskey announced his retirement to the full County Commission meeting on September 13, 2022.  Bob Huskey has honorably performed nearly two decades of service to …

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VFW Youth Essay Contest Prizes Grow as Deadline Approaches

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) is pleased to announce that an additional $15,000 will be awarded to the top three national Voice of Democracy winners for the 2022-23 essay contest. The national first place scholarship prize has increased to $35,000; with second and third place national winners now receiving $21,000 and $15,000, respectively. Deadlines for …

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