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Kathryn Rose

Rose chosen as THS principal

Posted on April 20, 2014 at 9:00 am

STAFF WRITER andrea agardy   When Kathryn Rose was named interim principal of Tullahoma High School, the first woman to ever hold the position, she said she was looking forward to the opportunity to build a legacy at the school. On Friday morning, Dr. Dan Lawson, the city’s director of schools, announced that Rose will have more time to leave her mark on the school when he selected Rose as

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Kathryn Rose

Rose chosen as THS principal

Posted on April 20, 2014 at 9:00 am

STAFF WRITER andrea agardy   When Kathryn Rose was named interim principal of Tullahoma High School, the first woman to ever hold the position, she said she was looking forward to the opportunity to build a legacy at the school. On Friday morning, Dr. Dan Lawson, the city’s director of schools, announced that Rose will have more time to leave her mark on the school when he selected Rose as

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  • Lawson earns 2014 music administrator award

    Posted on April 19, 2014 at 12:00 pm

    Dr. Dan Lawson, director of Tullahoma City Schools, poses for a photo with East Lincoln Elementary School Student Sebastian Aguirre at the Tennessee Music Educators Association (TMEA) Professional Develop-ment Conference in Memphis last week. During the conference, Lawson was honored as the 2014 TMEA Administrator of the Year for his efforts to promote music education in the district. 
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    STAFF WRITER andrea agardy   Dr. Dan Lawson, director of Tullahoma City Schools, added another accolade to his list of accomplishments last week when he was named the recipient of the 2014 Outstanding Administrator Award by the Tennessee Music Education Association (TMEA). Lawson was part of a contingent of Tullahoma City Schools representatives who attended the TMEA’s annual professional development conference in Memphis April 9 –12. The TMEA’s mission, according

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  • Partners still relevant after ACA

    Posted on April 19, 2014 at 10:00 am

    Partners for Healing nurse Stacey Goodrich checks Irene Partin’s vials recently at the Tul-lahoma clinic. Partin says that she enjoys the care she receives at the clinic.
--Staff Photo by John Coffelt

    MANCHESTER TIMES STAFF WRITER john coffelt   Flora Partin, a former cabdriver and foodservice worker in Tullahoma, says she loves to work, but when her undiagnosed pre-diabetes started causing her to blackout, she knew she needed help. One problem that she faced was obtaining quality healthcare without insurance. That’s where Partners for Healing, a free clinic for the working uninsured, stepped in. “I got real, real sick … where I

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Tullahoma pitcher Mo Edde throws against Franklin County on Thursday night. In five innings in the circle, Edde allowed just one hit and struck out nine batters as the Lady Wildcats cruised to a 12-2 victory. --Staff Photo by Zach Birdsong

Lady Wildcats run rule Franklin County

Posted on April 18, 2014 at 4:57 pm

Edde tosses one-hitter, THS offense explodes in 12-2 victory By ZACH BIRDSONG Sports Editor The Tullahoma High School softball team was firing on all cylinders when it traveled to Franklin County on Thursday night. The Lady Wildcats’ offense got in a groove and freshman Mo Edde tossed a gem. In five innings on the hill, Edde allowed just one hit as the Tullahoma routed Rebelettes, 12-2. It didn’t take long

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  • Connor’s score leads Wildcats to win

    Posted on April 17, 2014 at 4:21 pm

    Colton Connor (7) dribbles the ball against Columbia Central on Wednesday. Connor scored the lone goal as the Wildcats went on to beat the Lions, 1-0. --Staff Photo by Chris Barstad

    TULLAHOMA NEWS staff report The Tullahoma and Columbia high school soccer teams battled to the final buzzer on Wednesday night in Tullahoma. In a critical District 8-AAA matchup, both teams were held scoreless for majority of the game. The Wildcats capitalized with 16:41 left in regulation. After Tullahoma got the ball close to midfield, Joey Ortiz flicked the ball into space and found Colton Connor. Connor made the most of

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  • Tullahoma falls to Lawrence, Grundy counties

    Posted on April 17, 2014 at 4:18 pm

    THS pitcher Amber Clark throws against Edgewood (Ala.) back in March. --Staff Photo by Zach Birdsong

    TULLAHOMA NEWS staff report The Tullahoma High School softball dropped its last two road contests. On Friday, THS fell in a five-inning game to Lawrence County, 8-5, before losing to Grundy County, 3-2, on Wednesday. In Lawrenceburg, Tullahoma grabbed the early advantage by plating a run in the top of the first inning. With two outs, Megan Grenier walked and Amber Clark came into pinch run for her. After stealing

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Be festival ready

Posted on April 20, 2014 at 10:00 am

By Kali Bolle   The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival is a little less than two months away, and to say that I am excited to return to “the farm” wouldn’t even do it justice. Last year was my first time to take part in the festival, and all I can say is that it was beyond amazing, and these two months can’t go by fast enough. While I debated

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  • ‘There’s no place like home’

    Posted on April 18, 2014 at 4:15 pm

    The cast of the Tullahoma High School production of “The Wizard of Oz.”
--Staff Photo by Chris Barstad

    THS to present ‘The Wizard of Oz’   LIFESTYLES EDITOR kali bolle   This is a bittersweet time for Tullahoma High School theatre arts director Aaron Miller. Miller along with his wife Terri, are putting the finishing touches on the THS Theatre Arts Department spring production of “The Wizard of Oz.” While the production is special in the fact that the Millers are working with the largest high school cast

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  • Tartan Terrors to bring ‘music and noise’ to South Jackson stage

    Posted on April 17, 2014 at 1:01 pm

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    LIFESTYLES EDITOR kali bolle     The Celtic sounds of “The Tartan Terrors” will rock Tullahoma and the historic South Jackson Civic Center during a show set for Friday, April 25. The performance kicks off at 7:30 p.m. and will round out the Civic Center’s Performing Arts Series. The Tartan Terrors The Tartan Terrors describe themselves as their own “Celtic invasion,” mixing rock’s energy with traditional folklore, dance and humor.

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Tartan Terrors to bring ‘music and noise’ to South Jackson stage

Posted on April 17, 2014 at 1:01 pm

LIFESTYLES EDITOR kali bolle     The Celtic sounds of “The Tartan Terrors” will rock Tullahoma and the historic South Jackson Civic Center during a show set for Friday, April 25. The performance kicks off at 7:30 p.m. and will round out the Civic Center’s Performing Arts Series. The Tartan Terrors The Tartan Terrors describe themselves as their own “Celtic invasion,” mixing rock’s energy with traditional folklore, dance and humor.

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  • The Weekly Dig- Giving back through social media

    Posted on April 13, 2014 at 8:00 am

    Weekly Dig giving banck through social media hashtag

      By Kali Bolle Whether it’s lending a helping hand or raising awareness, social media has the power to do a lot of good. I am always looking for ways to help, and recently one of my favorite beauty brands made it a little easier to do so. YES TO Carrots recently set up a unique movement called the #YESTOMOVEMENT. The Yes to Movement is a year-long project aimed at

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  • A love story, bluegrass style, comes to Motlow

    Posted on April 8, 2014 at 10:09 am

    Actors in the upcoming Motlow College production of "Golden Boy of Blue Ridge," from left, are Luke Miller, Rachel Judge, Sheila Mason, Jeanna Anderson and Lara Munn.  -- Photo provided

    STAFF WRITER kali bolle   Beginning on Thursday, April 24, the Powers Auditorium at Motlow College will be transformed in 1930s Appalachia for the production of “Golden Boy of Blue Ridge,” complete with bluegrass, a lover’s triangle, and moonshine. “Golden Boy of the Blue Ridge” is a musical based on the Irish classic “Playboy of the Western World” by John Millington Synge. The music was written by Peter Mills from

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