The Coffee Press

Dr. Vaughn Promoted to Deputy Director

Vanessa Willis, editor in chief

May 22, 2018

Filed under Features

Dr. Joey Vaughn, the principal of CCHS, has been promoted to deputy director of the Coffee County School system. This opportunity is available because Joe Pedigo, the current deputy director, is retiring beginning July 1. Pedigo...

Goodbye to Mrs. Winton

Tatum Baldwin, Vanessa Willis, Lizz York, Isaac Rackley, and Farrah Fletcher

May 18, 2018

Filed under Features

We, the seniors, decided that we wanted to surprise Mrs. Winton with our last article by properly saying goodbye to her. "Thank you for allowing me to join journalism. I wish I was able to be in the class the whole year, but...

The Year in Print

The Year in Print

May 16, 2018

Autism Awareness

Autism Awareness

May 15, 2018

Contreversy Surrounds Track

Jake Melton, Sports Editor

May 15, 2018

Filed under Features, Sports

Coffee County’s 4x400 team has turned heads this year. In April, they ran a time of 3:47.79 breaking the school record by 1.5 seconds, which was set in 2010. On Tuesday May 8, the team ran a time of 3:36.6 at sub-sectionals breaking their...

Senior Wills

May 10, 2018

Filed under Features, News

This year, The Coffee Press asked seniors to leave something that helped them through their years here to someone to whom it may come in handy.   From: Ash Moss To: Alex Baldwin and M.E Spradley -My Alaska sweater -"Former...

Keeping Graduation Traditions

Tatum Baldwin, Reporter/Photographer

April 27, 2018

Filed under Events, Features, Uncategorized

With graduation a little under a month away, seniors received their caps and gowns on April 24 during lunch. Throughout the years, most graduates have continued the tradition of decorating their caps for their big day. Gr...

Goodbye Tension, Hello Pension! – Mrs. Ray Says Goodbye!

Isaac Rackley, Reporter

April 17, 2018

Filed under Features

After 31 years of teaching, Mrs. Lana Ray has decided to retire. Mrs. Ray, who has taught many subjects over the duration of her tenure, says, “For me, it’s time to explore new opportunities in my life,” Ray said, “I’ve b...

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