A Colbert Heights assistant football coach is dead after he took his own life at his Franklin County home.
The Franklin County Coroner's Office confirmed that Clint Nunley, 38, committed suicide based on evidence at the scene.
Colbert County Superintendent Gale Satchel confirmed the death Wednesday in a statement, saying the Colbert Heights High School library will have counselors and staff on hand Thursday from 6-8 p.m. for all students.
Satchel says Nunley was on paid administrative leave at the time of his death.
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