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Proposed Occupational Licensing Bill Killed by Bowling

After introducing the bill earlier in the week, State Sen. Janice Bowling said Friday that the proposed occupational licensing bill had been “effectively killed” in the Senate. House Bill 1945 and Senate Bill 1914 were filed for introduction into the Tennessee General Assembly. The bill would remove licensing requirements for people in several different occupations. …

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Fire at Econo Lodge in Manchester

Manchester Fire-Rescue responded to reported smoke in a room at the Econo Lodge on Paradise St at 1817 this evening. While crews were enroute the Communications Center reported they had reports there was a fire in a room on the Cracker Barrel side of the hotel. Fire crews arrived on scene with light smoke coming …

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Major Weather Pattern Hits Coffee Co. on Wednesday Night

Wednesday night was crazy for weather in Coffee County, but most of damage was in Tullahoma. Residents experienced a brief but powerful storm which left power out, trees down and roads blocked. Police, Fire, Public works, and Utility workers worked quickly to clear roads for emergency access, secure downed power lines, slowed train traffic as …

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Police Investigating Information Received about Tullahoma High School

The Tullahoma Police Department is investigating information that was received Wednesday afternoon from Tullahoma school officials. At this time, there are no unlawful details in the information police received. Due to the potential concern from some interpretations made in the information, Tullahoma Police is investigating the matter. As a result, as well as the seriousness …

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Some State Leaders want to Remove Licensing Requirements for Certain Occupations

A bill that would remove licensing requirements for people in several different occupations has been filed for introduction into the Tennessee General Assembly by State Rep. Martin Daniel and Tullahoma State Sen. Janice Bowling. The bill would deregulate licensing requirements for the numerous jobs, including accountants, barbers, cosmetologists, plumbers, contractors, funeral directors, real estate brokers, …

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TN Set to Funnel $650 Million Toward Public Schools

Gov. Bill Lee recently announced Tennessee’s public schools will receive $650 million to improve student literacy, support school mental health services, and boost teacher pay and professional development. The state says a significant portion of the funding will be used to purchase high-quality reading materials for elementary-school students and to provide teachers with evidence-based training …

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Motlow College Foundation to host Emerald & Gold Gala March 7

The Motlow College Foundation will host the 28th annual Motlow Gala on Saturday, Mar. 7, at the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center. Festivities will begin with a champagne social hour at 5:30 p.m., during which guests can peruse donated silent auction items; dinner will be served at 6:30. Proceeds from the event help the Motlow College …

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Coffee County Bar Association Conducts Survey

This year the Coffee County Bar Association conducted a survey of its members regarding the candidates for General Sessions Judge Part I. The purpose of the survey and the publication of its results are not intended to take the place of the judgment of the voters of Coffee County. The survey is also not meant …

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Let the Voting Begin

Early voting will be opens throughout the state Wednesday, Feb. 12 until Tuesday, Feb. 25. Voters in Coffee County will have a few things to vote on. Voter participation is essential in selecting the best-qualified person. Due to the tragic death of Judge Tim Brock, 4 candidates have qualified for general sessions judge, Jason Huskey, …

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Tullahoma School Board Cuts List for Director Position to Four Finalist

The Tullahoma Board of Education has decided on their final 4 candidates for director of schools. Three women and one man made the final cut. Dr. Kimberly Osborne, who currently works as the coordinator of data and assessment of Murfreesboro City Schools; Dr. Catherine Stephens, serves the City of Franklin Schools as associate director of …

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