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Messages from Manchester and Tullahoma City Schools

From Dr Joey Vaughn Director of Manchester Schools: Manchester City Schools continue to work with local and state officials regarding information on the Coronavirus. We are relying on the Governor’s Office, TN Department of Health, the Tennessee Department of Education, and local officials for guidance through this process. Any new information will be shared via …

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Coronavirus Statement from Coffee Co. Schools

Coffee County Schools is working with the Department of Health to monitor the status of the coronavirus in Coffee County. We anticipate remaining in session and running a normal schedule. Should the status change, Coffee County Schools will alert parents via local media, social media, and NotifyMe. They are relying on the Department of Health …

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Demolition Derby and More in Shelbyville on Saturday

The Mad Dog Demolition Derby is in Shelbyville at Calsonic Arena Saturday night (March 14, 2020). Gates open early and show starts at 6pm. There are various categories with big payouts. Tickets are available through the Calsonic box office or motorheadevents.com. Pit passes $25, general admission $16 and children 11 & under $12.

Raider Baseball and Lady Raider Softball See Action on Wednesday

In a game delayed 1 hour and 40 minutes by rain the Columbia Lions picked up their 2nd win in three days over Coffee County baseball. The Raiders, despite only one hit in the contest led the game from the 2nd inning until the 6th. The Lions managed 2 runs to get the 2-1 District …

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Coffee County Baseball and Softball get their Seasons Started

In softball action heard on Rooster 101.5 on Monday night Coffee County opened the season against Warren Co. The Lady Raiders took a strong lead of 5-1 into the 7th before caught fire and cut the lead to one. Pitcher Keri Munn and Coffee County would hold on for the 5-4 win. Olivia Evans who …

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Lady Cats and Moore Co. come up One Win Shy of State Tournament

The Tullahoma Lady Cats fell one game short of their first-ever state basketball tournament on Saturday night at Bradley Central in Cleveland. The Bradley Central Bearettes held off a determined and physical Tullahoma squad to claim a 72-64 win. Julia Duncan dropped 23 for Tullahoma and Kailyn Farrell added 18. In other girls sub-state action …

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Region Basketball Tournament Update

Region Basketball Championships 4-AAA Girls Championship Blackman 74 Tullahoma Tullahoma plays at Bradley Central in the sub-state on Saturday and Blackman will host Stone Memorial Region 4-A Girls Championship Eagleville 43 Moore Co. 34 Moore Co. travels to Clarkrange for the sub-state and Eagleville will be at home against Pickett Co. Boys Semifinals 4-AAA Boys …

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Region Basketball Finals

BOYS REGION QUARTERFINALS Tullahoma 56 Riverdale 49 Blackman 60 Coffee County 39 Oakland 62 Columbia 44 Eagleville 80 KIPP 60 Fayetteville 65 Stem Academy 35 Grundy County 75 Cannon County 63 LEAD Academy 84 Cascade 55 9 Merrol Hyde 61 Moore County 56 Siegel 77 Lincoln County 53 Community 55 Stewart County 43 Murfreesboro Central …

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Chandler Out in Less than 1 year as Motlow Dean of Athletics

In March of last year (2019) Motlow College announce the hiring of dr. John Chandler III as Dean of Athletics and Physical Education. On Wednesday night On Target News received information that Chandler was resigning from his position at Motlow. In his letter of resignation (Published by the Tullahoma News) Chandler said, “I have come …

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