The economic impact of Arnold Air Force Base across the state of Tennessee was $864.3 million for the 2021 fiscal year.
In the late summer months, the Tullahoma High School Music Department received some exciting news as junior Anne Duncan was named an All-National Honor Choir Member.
Sundrop Shoppe employee Scott Cone was named the first Employee of the Month for his loyalty, dedication and jovial spirit, bringing joy to his work family.
HorsePlay Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides recreational horseback-riding opportunities for children with mental or physical challenges, recently received a sponsorship check for $2,000 from Vanderbilt Tullahoma-Harton Hospital.
The Advanced Missile Signature Center of the 718th Test Squadron, 804th Test Group, Arnold Engineering Development Complex, has been helping the Department of Defense characterize the signatures of missile plumes for decades. Recently, a new measurement system was tested at Arnold Air Force …
Vanderbilt University Medical Center has launched Vanderbilt Care Partner Academy (VCPA), a tuition-free, paid training opportunity for people interested in becoming care partners.
The race to save lives in Middle Tennessee is on. Officials with Blood Assurance are asking residents to start their engines and drive to their nearest donation center to give the gift of life.
Tullahoma residents looking to dance the night away can make their way to South Jackson Civic Center’s annual Midsummer Night Swing Ice Cream Social this Thursday night.
United Way of Highway 55 has organized a “Stuff the Bin” School Supply Drive for those families/children needing support for this upcoming school year. According to UWHWY55 Executive Director Ashley Abraham, business locations that are collecting supplies through Friday, July 29 are Traders …
Over 200 gathered at the Blue Monarch campus in Coffee County recently to celebrate the official opening of the new Rechter Home, which will house eight families in the Blue Monarch program.
Local World War II veteran Arthur Hargrove celebrated his 95th birthday on July 6, and he was visited by Tullahoma mayor Ray Knowis, who declared the day a holiday in his honor.
Incoming Tullahoma High School senior Alexis Hill recently received some exciting news, as she was informed that one of her art pieces will be hanging in the Frist Art Museum in Nashville.
Sunday evening saw thousands gathered at Frazier-McEwen Park for the annual Tullahoma Regional Independence Celebration. View the photo gallery here.
Kicking off its theater season, the Performing Arts for Children and Teens (PACT) will present Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella: Enhanced Edition” this weekend from July 8 through 10 and July 15 through 17 at South Jackson Civic Center.
The University of Tennessee Space Institute recently recognized its employees with a service award celebration for not only 2021 but for both 2019 and 2020.
A collection of memorabilia from local veterans and service members is currently on display in the Tullahoma branch of Trader’s Bank and will remain through Labor Day.
Local artist Steve Smith has sought to bring variety and culture to the Tullahoma art scene with a collection of Moai heads that line a portion of the CSX railroad.
The Sewanee Fourth of July celebration will be held this Sunday with most activities happening on University Avenue, including the Sewanne parade with the theme “Hot-Diggity All-American Dogs!”
Hiwassee/Ocoee Scenic River State Park is inviting all military veterans to raft down the Ocoee free of charge Monday, July 4 and their family members will get 50 percent off regular rafting fees.
What began as a curious thought while watching “Gunsmoke” reruns has grown into a book deal - with a second on the way - for a local author who just penned a biography on the actor who voiced Norman Bates’ mom in “Psycho.”
Motlow State Community College has announced that Dr. Regina Verdin has been selected as the new Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs. Prior to Motlow, she serves as the Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Initiatives at Fletcher Technical Community College.
The Tullahoma Lion’s Club held their 74th annual banquet and officer installation this past week, honoring several deserving local residents for their impacts on the community.
Tullahoma played host to one of the nation’s most prestigious flying events this past week as Tullahoma Regional Airport and William Northern Field saw scores of aircraft on their tarmac in the next-to-the last stop of the Air Race Classic.
The atmosphere felt at the 2022 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival this past week was a radiation of positivity as attendees returned to The Farm for the first time since 2019.
The inaugural Juneteenth celebration in Tullahoma was an overwhelming success as Tullahoma Parks and Rec teamed up with Beyond Strength Saturday to begin what is planned to be an annual tradition.
Shortly before surprising CMA Fest goers with a pop-up performance during the June 9 nightly concert at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Broken Bow Records star Dustin Lynch got a surprise of his own backstage with a plaque presentation by Pandora, awarding him with the elite BILLIONAIRE honor. …
The Tullahoma Animal Shelter will host a community adoption event and fundraiser on Saturday, June 25 at the Tullahoma Animal Shelter. Read more about the event here.
The Coffee Airfoilers Radio Control Club will be playing host to their annual Fly Away Cancer event Saturday at their air field on Wattendorf Highway and the public is invited to attend and enjoy the aerial show.
To celebrate World Blood Donor Day on Tuesday, June 14, Blood Assurance donors will be given a gift certificate from movie ticketing company and a free blood donor t-shirt. Read more here.
Amy Pham graduated from Tullahoma High School in May after having served as President of her Senior Class, and she will be attending the University of Tennessee in Knoxville this Fall as she pursues studies in Criminal Justice to be followed by attending law school after obtaining her baccal…
For the month of June, the Tullahoma Fine Arts Center has two exhibits taking up residency and each are on the opposite ends of the art world, "A Wood Workers Tale" and "Living Art."
The Voice of the Titans, Mike Keith, made a trip down the road to Tullahoma June 3 to talk with the Rotary Club of Tullahoma. Keith talked about the upcoming season for the Tennessee Titans and his experiences throughout his career as a broadcaster.
In 1972, a group of medical professionals and concerned citizens recognized the urgent need for blood collections in the Chattanooga area. As a result of their efforts, Blood Assurance was born, welcoming its first blood donor that year.
Motlow State Community College students from Moore County and the surrounding area earned prestigious academic honors for the 2021-22 academic year. The students were recognized at the annual Student Awards Day in late April. Awards include Presidential Scholars (4.0 GPA), top academic depar…