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Christina Adkinson Waters Obituary

Christina Adkinson Waters, 45, passed away Thursday June 10, 2021 at Memorial University Medical Center with her daughter Victoria, and her son William by her side. She was born March 22, 1976 at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton, Va., and grew up Tullahoma before moving to Savannah where she lived for the past twenty years. She graduated from the University of Memphis with a Bachelor’s degree. She was preceded in death by her father, Alvah K. Adkinson.
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Madison County, ALWAAY-TV

Manhunt underway in Madison Co.

A manhunt is underway in Madison County for a man originally being chased by Franklin County, Tennessee deputies. The Madison County Sheriff's office tweeted that they're looking for Anthony Scott May in the area of Winchester Road and Steele Lane in New Market. They say May led Tennessee deputies across state lines in a car chase before crashing in Madison County.
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Murfreesboro, TNwgnsradio.com

Decherd Police Officer Arrested in Murfreesboro

An off-duty Decherd Police officer was charged with aggravated assault after he allegedly pointed his department-issued handgun at a driver Sunday in Murfreesboro, a Rutherford County supervisor said. Mathew Ward, 31, of Cason Lane in Murfreesboro was charged after an investigation of the road rage case starting on Interstate 24,...
Alabama Statefox17.com

Franklin County pursuit ends in Alabama

Franklin County, Tenn (WZTV) — The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is looking for Anthony Scott May after a car chase ended in Alabama. Tuesday around 7 p.m. the Franklin County Sherriff's Office began perusing a vehicle believed to be driven by Anthony Scott May. Officers followed the car south into...
Coffee County, TNthunder1320.com

BASKETBALL: Lady Raiders lose starting PG Ruehling to ACL tear

Coffee County’s Lady Raider basketball team has gone from having to replace one starter from last year’s team to having to replace two – at least for a little while. Upcoming junior Jalie Ruehling, a two-year starter and a mainstay at point guard for the CHS Lady Raider basketball team, tore her ACL during summer workouts for the Lady Raiders. Ruehling confirmed the diagnosis to Thunder Radio on Tuesday.
Lynchburg, TNthemoorecountynews.com

Full lineup announced for LMF

LYNCHBURG MUSIC FEST 2021 ANNOUNCES FINAL ARTIST LINEUP. Cody Johnson, Hardy, Jameson Rodgers, Parmalee, Walker Hayes, Ernest, Tyler Braden, Joe & Martina, Lucas Hoge, Cody Purvis, and more!. 3 days of music, rodeo, whiskey, beer, camping and activities – The perfect getaway!. Thursday, July 8 – Saturday, July 10, 2021.
Franklin County, TNHerald Chronicle

Tarlton vacates FCHS boys basketball coaching job

Less than two weeks after being announced as the new head coach of the Franklin County High School boys basketball program, Samuel Tarlton has backed out of the job. Tarlton was named to the position on June 2 and was introduced to the public in a press conference on June 3. He had previously been the head boys basketball coach at North Greene High School since 2017, leading the program to a record of 107-36.
Coffee County, TNthunder1320.com

BASKETBALL: CHS Lady Raiders go 4-1 at home summer camp

Coffee County Central’s Lady Raiders went 4-1 in summer camp play in Manchester Monday and Tuesday, with the lone loss coming by one point to state power Bradley Central. Coffee County picked up 18 points from Chloe Gannon in the post and 9 from incoming freshman Olivia Vinson to smash Franklin 45-18.
Winchester, TNwgnsradio.com

Former Winchester Police Officer Indicted on SIX Counts of Rape

About 50-miles down the road from Murfreesboro in the quiet town of Winchester, Tennessee, a former police officer has been arrested on multiple rape charges. Former Winchester Police Officer Tristan Delacruz was arrested on May 4th and charged with six counts of rape, six counts of sexual battery, two counts of domestic assault, one count of false imprisonment, two counts of aggravated kidnapping and one count of aggravated assault.
Tullahoma, TNTullahoma News

Claire’s closing quickly, last day is Sunday

One of the community’s longtime retailers will be closing its doors for good this weekend. Claire’s, the retailer most known for its bright colors, ear piercing services and plenty of glitter for young girls, will cease its operations in Tullahoma. The final day of operation will be Sunday, June 20.