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Felony Lane Gang continues crime spree in Murfreesboro

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WSMV) - Murfreesboro Police said they are looking for two women who are believed to be a part of the Felony Lane Gang that had reportedly resurfaced in the community in early Sept. MPD said on July 12, a woman deposited a stolen check for $4,600 into an...
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Multiple departments respond to Wall Triana Highway structure fire

The Toney Volunteer Fire Department reports it has responded to a structure fire in the 7,600 block of Wall Triana Highway. The Harvest Volunteer Fire Department and Monrovia Fire/Rescue also are on the scene. Heath Jones of the Toney department said flames were showing when crews arrived. The occupants were...

Moore County Senior Activity Center makes improvements

The community and Jack Daniel’s have been working to help the Senior Center grow. Under new leadership, there have been many new offerings at the Moore County Senior Activity Center in the last few months. With the help of a group of volunteers from Jack Daniel’s, the dining room received a fresh new coat of paint, and the old run-down shuffleboard shelters and old shed were taken down. While the volunteers painted and cleared out the run down structures, Jack’s “Barrel Man” Kevin Sanders stopped by to see the progress. After being shown the shuffleboard area out front in disuse by Center Director Kellie Sandefur, Sanders came up with the idea of putting a raised garden bed over it, which was already ideally level for a garden due to its previous usage. The plan was set: build a raised garden bed using a French drain system with gravel to help with drainage and fill with a soil composite of compost, manure, and the material left after burning whiskey barrels. “Kevin doesn’t do anything halfway. It is something that will be there for years and years to come. The members are already thinking about what to plant next spring. It is a wonderful gift!” Sandefur said.

Local Students Receive Scholarships

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a charitable organization working to improve the quality of life in 40 Middle Tennessee and three Kentucky counties, announces its scholarship program is helping students pursuing secondary education at accredited schools throughout the United States. 2022 scholarship recipients from Coffee County:. — Andrew Brown,...

Banner 9 Go Live Date and Training Announcement

This is a friendly reminder that the new Banner 9 My Finance Budget Queries upgrade will go live November 1. Requisitions, Approve/View Documents, and Multiple Line Budget Transfers will still link back to Banner 8 and go live sometime in 2023. Please note the important info and resources below. Present...

Huntsville Utilities restore power in north Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - Crews with Huntsville Utilities restored power to customers in north Huntsville Sunday following a brief outage. According to Huntsville Utilities, the outage impacted residents from Oakwood Dr. south to Holmes Ave. and from Old Monrovia Rd. east to Wynn Dr.

Rep. Rush Bricken earns NFIB Guardian of Small Business award

Tullahoma- The Tennessee office of NFIB, the state’s leading small business advocacy organization, has presented its coveted Guardian of Small Business award to State Rep. Rush Bricken (District 47). NFIB State Director Jim Brown made the presentation today to Bricken at Woodard’s Diamond Showroom, an NFIB member in Tullahoma.

Sewanee’s “War on Drugs”

People have been known to be of the opinion that drinking is part of the culture at Sewanee. I am not going to sit here and say that drinking doesn’t happen, but I am also not going to sit idly by and watch the administration break the actual Sewanee culture whilst trying to “fix” this problem.
Grundy County Herald

Grundy football overpowered by 5A Franklin County

The Yellow Jackets were outmatched last Friday in Winchester, falling 61-6 to Franklin County. The 5A Rebels (4-2) blanked GCHS (0-6) through most of the contest, not allowing the Yellow Jackets to find the end zone until the fourth quarter.

America Makes to Host Technical 3D Printing Event in October 2022

Hot on the heels of its MMX 2022 and 10-year anniversary events, America Makes, the country’s top public-private partnership for additive manufacturing technology and education, is announcing its Fall 2022 Technical Review & Exchange (TRX) event. Together with the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation and Integration Center (AMIIC), Youngstown, Ohio-based America Makes will host the technically focused event at The University of Alabama in Huntsville from October 18-19.

Alabama Football: Not perfect against Hogs a good thing

What happened in Fayetteville was far from perfect. An already injury-weakened Alabama football team lost Bryce Young and Brian Branch during the game. Their availability for the Texas A&M game is not known. Against Arkansas, the Crimson Tide made mental errors that fed Arkansas possessions. Errors in special teams were...

57 Years of Friendship and Quality Service: People of Winchester will Miss Jane Smith

On South College Street in Winchester, sandwiched between a convenience store and a pet groomer, is Jane’s Hair Salon. To many passersby, the location might be mistaken as just another gas fill-up spot, but to the patrons of the salon it’s been a place of friendship, memories and lots of laughter as the proprietor, Jane Smith, made customers look their best for business trips, proms and holiday parties. Her shop was a place to share accomplishments, to find a listening ear about life struggles and, yes, to delve discretely into town gossip.