A 19-year-old man fell while climbing at Rutledge Falls Wednesday afternoon around 6:15. The young man, Thomas Banister, from Shelbyville, suffered a broken femurr. He was lifted back to the top of the falls by Coffee County Rescue Squad and placed in an awaiting ambulance. He was taken to Harton Regional Medical Center in Tullahoma.
jay sheriden firstname.lastname@example.org SUMMITVILLE, Tenn. – A 200-acre farm that has been the “home place” to six generations of the Jarrell family is at risk of being divided by an eight-foot cyclone fence and a 30-foot tall, two-million gallon water tank in a utility project designed to bring the West Warren-Viola Utility District (WWVUD) into [...]
Police in Watertown, Mass. have killed one suspect, and are reportedly seeking another after a shootout between police and two armed men early Friday morning. According to the National Public Radio, one of the two shooters was taken to a local hospital in the suburb near Boston. Police are telling residents in the area to [...]
BeLinda Ivins THE FANTASTICKS started out a crowd-pleaser and ended up the longest-running musical of all time, with an unprecedented 42-year New York run. A girl and boy who live in neighboring houses fall in love despite their parents’ feud. Spring is the perfect season for this delightful musical about falling in love, growing up, [...]
special thanks to Lana Matthews Sain @lanasain for this report… UPDATE: Third explosion reported in Boston near the JFK Library. UPDATE: Police say two are dead, 22 injured in explosions at Boston Marathon. Two explosive devices have been dismantled. She says friends and former coworkers are locked inside their building in downtown Boston. They report [...]
MESOSCALE UPDATE…LINE OF NON-SEVERE CONVECTION CONTINUES TO MOVE DEEPER INTO MIDDLE TENNESSEE, WITH CELL MOVEMENT TOWARD THE NE AS THE LINE SHOWS VERY SLOW EASTWARD PROGRESSION. THE LATEST DISCUSSION FROM THE WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER SUGGESTS MORE ROBUST SURFACE-BASED CONVECTION BY MIDDAY, EVEN AS THE FLASH FLOOD POTENTIAL DECREASES DESPITE A STORM TOTAL QPF OF 1.5 [...]
Franklin County authorities have arrested Coffee County two men in connection with a beating death last month in Franklin County. Cory John Lanier, 26, of 4241 Murfreesboro Hwy., Manchester, and Eugene Todd Dalton, 39, of 6884 Murfreesboro Hwy., Manchester, have both been charged with first degree murder and criminal homicide for the beating death of Corey N. Matthews of 714 Tennessee Ave., Cowan.