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Traffic Deaths Up in Tennessee

The state of Tennessee is poised to mark a six-year high in traffic deaths. According to data published by the Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security, as of December 9, 1,039 Tennesseans have died in traffic incidents. Data from the department from 2014 through 2018 shows 2018 was the deadliest year, totaling 1,041 traffic …

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Alabama to go Bowling

Story from www.rolltide.com The Alabama Crimson Tide will face off with the No. 14 Michigan Wolverines in the Citrus Bowl at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla., on Jan. 1. The Crimson Tide and Wolverines will meet for the fifth time in the history of the series that dates back to 1988. The series is …

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Vols Headed to Gator Bowl

Story from www.utsports.com Tennessee will be heading to Jacksonville, Florida for the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl, which will be played at TIAA Bank Field on Jan. 2 at 7 p.m. ET. The Volunteers will take on Big Ten foe Indiana in the 75th edition of the Gator Bowl. “I want to thank TaxSlayer Gator Bowl President …

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Duck River Electric Membership Corporation

Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) made a year-long commitment to educate and inform their consumer-members about their Co-op Connections discount program and their mobile app. According to the electric cooperative, the Co-op Connections card, provided free to DREMC electric consumers, provides discounts at many local and national retailers. The mobile app brings convenient options …

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Some Doctors Voice Concern about Flu Vaccines for Migrants

Peak flu season is here when most people check in with their doctors about whether to get a flu shot. But for migrants being held in detention centers, that isn’t an option – and U.S. Customs and Border Protection has refused to offer the flu vaccine to detainees. Now, a group of physicians from across …

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Manchester Recreation Department Complex Holiday Information

For those of you that enjoy the facilities and activities at the Manchester Recreation Department Complex here are their holiday hours. Monday, December 23 will be open for facilities use and activities. The center will be closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Dec. 26. No classes will take place on Dec. 27 or 28, but …

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BREAKING NEWS!! Human Skull Found in Manchester Identified as Franklin Co. Man Missing Since 2016

  On Thursday (December 5, 2019) the Manchester Police Department was notified by the State Medical Examiner’s Officer that the human skull, located on November 20, 2019, behind the former Pappy’s Restaurant on Skinner Flatt Rd. has been positively identified. According to Manchester Police Chief Investigator Brandon Tomberlin, the human skull was identified as Justin …

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Update on Fatal Crash–Name of man Killed in Crash on Thursday Announced

Around 12:30 pm on Thursday afternoon emergency crews were called to the scene of a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 24 near Exit 111B. According to Manchester Fire and Rescue Chief George Chambers, a Coffee County man collided into the back of a tractor-trailer that was sitting on the shoulder of the roadway. The driver of …

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Animal Abuse in Coffee County

After receiving an anonymous tip earlier this week, Coffee County Animal Control and deputies responded to Shelly Road because some children had found multiple dogs that were deceased. Animal control and deputies located 5 dogs that had died and 16 other dogs with several being malnourished and starving. The animals were removed from 2 different …

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Friday is Last Day to Sign Up to be Student Mentor

The Tennessee Promise program says they need additional volunteer mentors after 63,000 students applied this year. Tennessee Promise mentors are paired with students to help them transition from high school to college. Mentors will help students meet deadlines and act as a trusted resource. To apply, fill out an application at tnAchieves.org/mentors/apply by December 6. …

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