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Search ongoing for missing boater on Tims Ford Lake

TWRA, Franklin County Sheriff, and the Franklin County and Coffee County Rescue Squads are all assisting in the search.

WSMV - 2018-08-19 18:48:00

Police chief addresses city board about parking situation during fair

Sparta Police Chief Jeff GuthPolice Chief Jeff Guth addressed Sparta Board of Mayor and Aldermen last week about the parking situation for the annual agricultural fair that will run Aug. 31-Sept. 8.Guth informed the board that the police department has been working closely with the White County Fair

SPARTALIVE.COM - 2018-08-20 06:20:25

Bredesen Opens New Nashville Campaign Office

“This campaign really has to be about grassroots,” Bredesen said. “There is more energy out there, and I think an important part of the campaign is people talking to people.”

WTVF - 2018-08-18 23:48:12

Downtown living has its advantages

Many people choose to live in the country because it is quieter. The traffic is lighter, and there is not something happening right outside the bedroom window at any given time of the day or night. However, living in town can be beneficial, too, and, in some cases, downright fun.

SPARTALIVE.COM - 2018-08-20 06:17:22

Latest Hamilton County Jail Booking Report

ALLIGOOD, WILLIAM MICHAEL144 LEWIS ST SODDY DAISY, 37379Age at Arrest: 29 years oldArresting Agency: Hamilton CountyDOMESTIC ASSAULTCRIMINAL TRESPASSING---ARNOLD, WILLIE CARL3600 SHIRL JO LN CHATTANOOGA, 37421Age at Arrest: 30 years oldArresting Agency: East RidgeDOMESTIC ASSAULT---BELL, CHARLES FRA

CHATTANOOGAN - 2018-08-20 04:56:00

Sparta firefighters and volunteers host benefit for Barry Brady

Barry Brady, who has served as a firefighter a quarter of a century, has always lent a helping hand to those in need. Now the time has come for the community to show its support as Brady battles cancer.

SPARTALIVE.COM - 2018-08-20 06:11:26

Sunday Notebook - Middle Tennessee State University

"Overall, it was better than the first [scrimmage]. Still not good enough to win right now, but there was some improvement out there."

GOBLUERAIDERS.COM - 2018-08-19 17:11:00

New city hearing officer to aid code enforcement

In an effort to ease judicial burdens and impose harsher penalties to any violations of the Tullahoma Municipal Code, the Tullahoma Planning and Codes department has added an administrative hearing officer to its ranks, according to city officials.Municipalities have been eligible to create administ

TULLAHOMA NEWS - 2018-08-20 12:00:00

Endangered Child Alert issued for missing Tennessee 12-year-old girl

Briella Reese Bowling was reported missing from Smithville, Tennessee, which is just east of Nashville. She may be with her non-custodial mother Wendy Hancock, who is wanted for domestic assault and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

WATE

Sex, Cash & 5 Shots To The Back Of A State Trooper's Head - CrimeFeed

WOODBURY, TN — On August 31, 2007, someone entered the home of 83-year-old former Tennessee State Trooper Jack Rains, stood behind him, and pumped five bullets into his skull.

CRIMEFEED.COM

THS student parking passes now come with assigned spaces

The rules of the road have changed for all Tullahoma High School students. According to a Facebook post for the high school, student drivers will now have to reserve their parking spaces in either the north or south parking lots when they purchase their parking pass.This differs from the way the sch

TULLAHOMA NEWS - 2018-08-19 15:00:00

Black Rifle Coffee opening soon in middle Tennessee

"As our company grows, so does our need to be close to our customers," said Evan Hafer, the CEO and founder of Black Rifle Coffee Company. "Opening the roasting facility in Tennessee gives us the ability to deliver the highest-quality product to the entire eastern half of the United States in the mo

FOX17.COM

Drowning at Big Soddy Gulf under investigation - WDEF

MGNSODDY-DAISY, Tenn. (WDEF) – Soddy-Daisy Police are investigating a drowning at Big Soddy Gulf.Soddy Daisy Captain Gann confirmed the drowning to News 12, saying it happen around 8 p.m. Saturday.- Advertisement -Captain Gann says the victim is male.According to police, it happened at Big Soddy Gul

WDEF - 2018-08-19 03:41:27

Employees at 4 restaurants in 4 cities left without paychecks

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Karen Johnson was counting on her final paycheck from her job at a shift leader at the Checkers on Clarksville Highway in Nashville.But Friday came and went with no paycheck, and she’s still waiting to be paid from two weeks ago.“It put all of us in a bind. Some of our lights

WSMV

Tennessee hospitals face shortages in vital drugs and supplies

The Food and Drug Administration says EpiPens, the emergency allergy medication, are experiencing "intermittent supply constraints" because of delays at Pfizer's Meridian Medical Technologies, which makes the devices.Wochit

THE TENNESSEAN

First Step Act will move prison reform forward | Opinion

(Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto)Story HighlightsBy focusing on rehabilitation, our justice system can slow the revolving door in and out of prison.The U.S. House overwhelmingly passed the 'First Step Act,' but the bill is stuck in the Senate.Russell Moore is president of Ethics & Religious Liberty

THE TENNESSEAN

Spread of fentanyl requires new strategies for law enforcement, seminar says

Fentanyl, an opioid often mixed in street versions with hard drugs like heroin or cocaine is slowly spreading through communities,including Middle Tennessee.

DAILY NEWS JOURNAL

Just Love Coffee Roasters started small but is thinking big

Sitting amid a dozen well-known restaurant franchises ranging from Burger Fi and Newk’s to Taziki, Starbucks and Chipotle is Just Love Coffee Roasters, a funky little addition to Brentwood’s business district with its pea-green walls, exposed brick and hand-written menu boards.

THE TENNESSEAN

Community Fights For Restaurant Owner Facing Deportation

WOODBURY, Tenn. - A man who dedicated his life to building a business and raising a family in a small, conservative Tennessee town is facing immediate deportation but members of his community have set politics asidein order to fight on his behalf.

WTVF

Five lucky people win Kroger gift cards

To be eligible to win, readers had to correctly count the Kroger logos in a special supplement produced by the Times-Gazette and write in the count on the entry form. (This year, the number was 28.) There were a total of 1,431 entries: 806 were correct, 625 were incorrect. Winners were selected in a

SHELBYVILLE TIMES-GAZETTE - 2018-08-19 05:00:00