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  • Westmoreland man charged with sexual assault
    Friday, September 29, 2017 7:31 PM
    A Westmoreland man was charged with sexual battery and domestic on his daughterin- law after the two were sitting in a parked car in a field off the roadway on Sept. 11. Michael Shane Tracy, 49, of 1164 Siloam Church Road, Westmoreland, was identified as the driver of the vehicle. When the Macon County Sheriff’s Department deputies made contact with Tracy, they noticed a female passenger in the vehicle that was visibly upset.

  • Friday, September 29, 2017 7:28 PM

    Two Macon County residents died in separate auto incidents this past week in the county.

    Martha Luquin, 26, died from injuries suffered when she jumped out of a moving vehicle on Bennett Hill Road on Sept. 16 in the Red Boiling Springs area.

  • County asked to fund $24M school
    Thursday, September 28, 2017 4:41 PM

    Macon County Director of Schools Tony Boles brought an idea for a new elementary school and other projects to the County Commission during its Sept. 18 meeting.

    Boles said that growth in Macon County, and in the Lafayette area in particular, has spurred the need for a new school in the area to ease overcrowding and make way for future growth in the city and county as well. 

  • Friday, September 29, 2017 10:02 PM
  • Titans want anthem absence to show unity
    Friday, September 29, 2017 9:48 PM

    With tension mounting regarding the national anthem flap and the corresponding remarks from President Donald Trump earlier in the week, many wondered what types of statement would be made by whom on Sunday around the NFL.

    The Tennessee Titans and Seattle Seahawks both mutually agreed to do nothing on the field by having both clubs stay in the locker rooms while the national anthem was sung by Meghan Linsey.

  • Friday, September 29, 2017 9:43 PM
    Four assistant basketball coaches at Division I schools and a top Adidas executive were among 10 people charged Tuesday with crimes including bribery and fraud as part of a wide-ranging federal investigation into corruption in college basketball. Coaches at Auburn, Oklahoma State, Arizona and Southern California were all accused of accepting bribes in exchange for offering to steer players to preferred financial advisers, business managers and agents. A top Adidas executive and two associates were accused of arranging illicit payments for high school stars and their families to secure athlete commitments to Adidassponsored schools. And two other unnamed universities — whose descriptions in indictments match Louisville and Miami — were implicated as landing top basketball recruits thanks to the illicit payments outlined in indictments unsealed Tuesday.




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