Monthly Archives: June 2014

Warren County Students Will Enjoy Free Breakfast and Lunch Starting This Fall

Hundreds of Warren County students will enjoy free breakfast and lunch at school starting this fall. The effort marks an expansion of a federal program that has long provided free or reduced breakfast and lunch to students whose families met … Continue reading

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TBI Says It’s Not Clear Why Cannon County Woman’s Body Discovered Near Millersville

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says its not clear why a Cannon County woman whose body was discovered near Millersville a week ago was miles away from her Cannon County home. The TBI has identified the apparent murder victim as … Continue reading

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Potent Marijuana Deemed Dangerous

  A potent hash oil derived from marijuana has made its way to middle Tennessee. “They keep searching for ways to make it stronger and they are finding it,” said Mark Yother, Manchester Police Chief. Yother said his detectives first … Continue reading

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Florida Man Tied In With 60 Car Thefts in Coffee, Franklin and Bedford Counties

A Florida transplant who fled from area lawmen following a domestic confrontation earlier this month has been implicated in a series of car and property burglaries. The Sunday News reports Shawn Luce has allegedly confessed  to his role in more … Continue reading

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Gingrich Endorses Alexander

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is siding with U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander in Tennessee’s Republican primary, which includes a tea party challenger. Gingrich endorsed Alexander on Thursday, saying the Tennessean’s experience is needed to fix the problems in Washington. The … Continue reading

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Suspicious Substance Sent To Speaker Harwell’s Office

Officials say the suspicious substance found inside a letter sent to House Speaker Beth Harwell’s office was not hazardous. In a statement, Harwell says her office has been given the “all clear.” The staffer, whose name has not been released … Continue reading

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Regions Bank Drop Sponsorship of TN Walking Horse Celebration

Regions Bank say it’s dropping sponsorship of Shelbyville’s Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration. The Birmingham based bank says the move was a business decision based on how the company allocates resources. The Tennesean reports a Region’s spokesman declined further comment. … Continue reading

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