Fayetteville, TNWHNT-TV

Lincoln County drowning victim identified

FAYETTEVILLE, Tenn. – The City of Fayetteville Police Department (FPD) released the name of the victim who drowned in the Elk River on Thursday evening. Authorities say the body of 19-year-old Axel Irahi Osorio Pulido, of Belvidere, Tennessee was recovered following a search for the man. Officials with FPD said...
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Fayetteville, TNWAFF

Teen drowns while swimming near Elk River Bridge

FAYETTEVILLE, Ten. (WAFF) - On Thursday, July 29, Fayetteville City Police, Fire and EMS responded to a water rescue call at about 5:00 p.m. below the Elk River Bridge on Huntsville Highway. It had been 10 to 15 minutes since 19-year-old Axel Irahi Osorio Pulido of Belvidere, Tennessee, was last...
Nashville, TNWSMV

MNPD detectives arrest man for fatal shooting in Hillsboro Village shootout

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - MNPD announced that TITANS (The Investigative Team Addressing Neighborhood Shootings) detectives arrested a man Friday for the death of 20-year-old Dontario Graham. Police said detectives arrested 21-year-old Jasun Patterson for the July 10 murder of Graham outside of the Chicken Coop on Capers Avenue. Police said...
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Rutherford Source

Rutherford Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend

1. Carpe Artista’s Smyrna Farmers Market (Smyrna Depot Farmers Market): Back to School Bash. This market is hosted by a nonprofit dedicated to teaching the arts and building a stronger community. Children who attend the market this Saturday will receive free school supplies from select vendors. A drawing will also be held where 2 lucky kids can win a backpack filled with items.
Bedford County, TNShelbyville Times-Gazette

Garrett gives state of schools address

With schools opening Monday for an abbreviated day, it seemed only appropriate for Director of Schools Tammy Garrett to address thousands of teachers and other personnel during a kickoff conference Tuesday at Shelbyville Central High School Gym. Garrett’s talk followed a rally of cheers and waves for the excited band...
Tullahoma, TNTullahoma News

Life Care Center of Tullahoma names new director

Alex Butaud was recently named executive director at Life Care Center of Tullahoma, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility. “Alex understands our mission in caring for our residents and has a driven business mind to succeed all while keeping his residents top priority,” said Travis Hillis, vice president of parent company Life Care Centers of America’s River Region, which encompasses 11 facilities in Tennessee and Kentucky. “He enjoys watching his associates grow while offering servant leadership.”
Coffee County, TNWrcbtv.com

Bonnaroo sells out for its 20th year at the farm

Bonnaroo is coming back to the farm in Coffee County in September. All tickets are sold out for the festival on Labor Day weekend from September 2nd to the 5th. Featured performers include the Foo Fighters, Megan Thee Stallion, Lizzo, Tame Impala, and Tyler, The Creator. Bonnaroo will be celebrating...
Murfreesboro, TNwgnsradio.com

National Farmers Market Week Aug 1 - Aug 7: Local is Better

Summer brings fresh produce and Tennessee will highlight peak season during National Farmers Market Week Aug. 1-7, 2021. “Farmers markets offer a variety of fresh, healthy, and delicious products,” Agriculture Commissioner Charlie Hatcher, D.V.M. said. “Supporting local growers benefits the local economy, the grower and producer, as well as the consumer since produce travels a shorter distance to reach the buyer.”
Coffee County, TNthunder1320.com

FOOTBALL: Raiders find plenty of positives from first scrimmage

The offensive line opened gaping holes, the running backs made people miss and quarterbacks didn’t make mistakes. The Coffee County Red Raiders had plenty of positives to take away from their first scrimmage of fall camp at Lincoln County Friday night. “[The offensive line] established themselves early,” explained CHS head...
Shelbyville, TNTullahoma News

Shelbyville TCAT named Technical College of the Year

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology Shelbyville was named Technical College of the Year 2021 by the Tennessee Board of Regents at the third annual Statewide Outstanding Achievement Recognition (SOAR) awards ceremony held in March 2021. This distinction acknowledges the achievements and advancements of the college’s faculty and students over...