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Franklin County Teachers Face Discipline over Political Displays

The Franklin County School system is facing backlash for political support of a presidential candidate inside two schools. An English teacher at Franklin County High School had a 2020 Trump campaign flag hanging in her classroom. The librarian at North Middle School is accused of wearing a Trump 2020 mask. It is against state law …

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Tennessee COVID-19 Update for Wednesday July 15, 2020

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Wednesday, July 15. The health department reported 2,273 new cases, bringing the state to 69,061 total cases. TDH also confirmed 16 additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 783 total deaths. Out of the confirmed positive cases, 39,857 have recovered. Tennessee currently …

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Coffee County Student Earns Scholarship to attend Tennessee Governor’s School

Landon Crabtree a rising senior at Coffee County Central High School has been awarded a scholarship to attend the Tennessee Governor’s School for science and engineering in Knoxville TN. Landon was nominated by a teacher at his school and submitted three resumes to the selection committee. Landon is one of only 128 students from the …

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Three Suspects Charged in Recent Business Robberies and Burglaries in Tullahoma

On Friday, May 22, the Tullahoma Police Department charged three individuals in connection with several recent burglaries to local businesses, as well as two recent armed robberies that occurred at the Speedway in Tullahoma. The individuals charged in these cases are 23-year-old William Allen Mueller, 20-year-old Jeffeory Alexander Liebig, and 21-year-old Zachary Skyler Jones all …

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