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A Summitville man is in jail in Coffee County on terrorism charges.
Police in Tullahoma arrested 59 year old Terry Wayne McCullough on a charge of committing an act of terrorism. Police say he was terrorizing residents at an apartment complex by telling them that he is a member of Isis and that he was going to cut their heads off.
Police received numerous complaints from the residents there.
He also reportedly threatened police as he was being transported to the jail.
Nashville has been awarded the 2016 NHL All-Star game, according to multiple sources.
The official announcement will presumably take place at a news conference at Bridgestone Arena Friday morning.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, Mayor Karl Dean and others will attend.
Nashville submitted a bid to the NHL for the All Star Game earlier this year.
The Tennessee Secretary of State's office is launching a free smartphone app designed to give voters easier access to information during early voting and on Election Day.
GoVoteTn allows people to view voter-specific information when searching by name or address.
Highlights of the app include: early voting and Election Day polling locations and hours of operation, candidates' list, county election commission information and access to election results.
The much anticipated vote by the McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen on a measure to remove the distance requirement from the beer ordinance did not take place Tuesday night. That's because only three board members were present, therefore not enough for a quorum. That meant no action could be taken on items on the agenda that required a vote. Board members present were Mike Neal, Jimmy Bonner and Ken Smith.
Several visitors attending the meeting spoke out against the beer ordinance amendment and expressed appreciation to Aldermen Neal, Bonner and Smith for voting against it on first reading last month. Neal said he would be willing to bring the issue back to the table with the new board to try to get the amendment reversed if it passes second reading in two weeks.
The next City Board meeting is October 28th at 7pm.
A Morrison woman was killed Tuesday morning in a one-car crash on Jacksboro Road. The victim was identified as 38 year old Shanna Lynn Cantrell.
According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, Ms. Cantrell was driving southbound on Jacksboro Road in a 2008 Honda Accord, when the vehicle left the roadway, hit an earth embankment and then struck a tree. The victim was dead at the scene.
The Highway Patrol said Ms. Cantrell was wearing a seat belt. Troopers said speed and wet conditions were contributing factors in the crash.