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In the first city Easter egg hunt, organized and hosted by Alderman Sernobia McGee, hundreds of Tullahoma children raced to pick up as many of the more than 8,000 eggs filled with candy and prize tickets. Read more here. 

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Mary-Kathryn Marie Stroop was crowned Miss Tullahoma 2021. Read more about this year's Miss, Junior Miss and Little Miss Tullahoma pageants at the link.

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Springtime is such a special time of year with the flowering trees, jonquils blooming, forsythia ablaze, and hope abounding. It is a time when high school seniors are excited about graduation on the horizon, the Senior prom, Project Graduation, and the walk to receive their diploma!

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Welcome back to The Farm, everyone: Bonnaroo officials confirmed Wednesday morning that Foo Fighters, Lizzo and Tyler, the Creator will be headlining the 2021 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.

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The traveling exhibition “Sign of the Times: The Great American Political Poster 1844-2012” made its residency at the Tullahoma Fine Arts Center for the month of March.

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The chamber held its annual membership celebration virtually this year, awarding the winners in a pre-taped ceremony.

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After well over a year of construction, Parkview Senior Living Community finally opened its doors to retirees who want live the affordable luxury life. Click the link for more. 

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This year’s annual Miss Tullahoma pageant will be held on March 27. Signups are going on until Friday, March 9. Click the link for more. 

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Given the enormous interest shown by readers in sharing their winter photos during the recent snow and ice storms, a new email has been created just for reader submissions at pix@tullahomanews.com. Click the link for more. 

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After 125 years in business, Couch's closed its doors late last year. If you want to get one last glimpse inside the store as it was, watch "American Pickers" at 8 p.m. CT Monday, Feb. 22 on The History Channel.

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Readers of the Tullahoma News were busy capturing the beauty of the one-two winter punch Mother Nature dealt the city over the past week, dumping ice and snow on the area in a pair of events that paralyzed parts of the country.

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For the month of February, the American Watercolor Society’s 153rd Annual Traveling Exhibition has made its residency at the Tullahoma Fine Arts Center. Click the link for more. 

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This past season was nothing short of special for Tullahoma on the football field. The success on the field led to many former Wildcats remembering their playing days, including members of the 1968 THS football team. Read more at the link. 

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This week in the "Writer's Corner," Paul Martin Mulroy presents the second part of "Tennessee Twig People."

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A Tullahoma native is in the pulpit at College Street Baptist Church, as the congregation has welcomed a new pastor.

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January 25 marked the 101st birthday of Second Lieutenant William Lee Northern, Jr. Many of today’s residents may no longer associate his name with the Tullahoma Regional Airport, but he left an indelible mark on our history. The story of the man and his connection to the airport is one that…

While many look to spend their vacations relaxing and taking it easy, David Taylor spends his vacations getting his hands dirty for a good cause. Read more here. 

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Marcy Releford works as an administrative assistant for the Base Operations and Support Branch at Arnold Air Force Base during the day, but off the clock she can be found working on her farm raising Nigerian dwarf goats. Read more here. 

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Oakley Rose Hillis was born at 1:12 a.m. Friday, Jan. 1, making her the first baby born in Tullahoma in 2021.

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One Tullahoma aldermen spent much of her December making sure children in need in the community had plenty of coats to keep them warm this winter.

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For many, the start of the New Year is viewed as a new beginning with new chances and opportunities on the horizon. For Derek Payne, ad designer at The News, it’s the beginning of a new journey as he packs up and heads to Japan to teach English.

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He never held public office, yet he served the people of Coffee County for over 50 years. He never had children of his own, but those who knew him when they were children remember his kindness and generosity. He was never formally a preacher, yet he established a church that thrives to this …

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The Tullahoma Fine Arts Center embraced the holiday spirit this month with its “A Very Tullahoma Christmas” exhibit while featuring “The Best Little Gift Shop in Tullahoma.” The exhibits ran from Dec. 5 to Dec. 19.

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A local business is teaming up with the Salvation Army to provide much needed assistance to people in the community.

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Following the successful “Walls for Women” public art campaign this year, Tullahoma-based public art advocacy organization Do More Art - Events (DMA) will be expanding the female-driven campaign into 2021, thanks to a partnership with the Tennessee Arts Commission.

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Starting next Wednesday, Dec. 9 through Dec. 13, South Jackson Civic Center will take part in a beloved Christmas tradition for the first time. The center will present its inaugural “Trees of Christmas.”

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As Arnold Air Force Base was being formed to fight a cold war, its decommissioned neighbor, Camp Forrest was sold for salvage to be reclaimed for reuse. What was left over was deserted to return to its natural state following World War II. Written records survive from the base that during Wo…

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A Tullahoma woman is barreling forward with her nonprofit organization, hoping to change the lives of people for the better.

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The Coffee County UT-TSU Extension Office will host a Master Gardener course for interested green thumbs beginning in February, officials announced. Classes will be taught both in-person and virtually in order to accommodate for COVID-19 safety protocols.

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In 1950, South Jackson School had the only auditorium in Tullahoma.  A total of 63 seniors walked across the stage that year to receive their diplomas. It was the largest graduating class up to that point. Here we are in 2020, a total of 70 years later.

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The Tullahoma Fire Department bid a bittersweet bon voyage to one of its own last weekend when Deputy Fire Chief Tim Stubblefield retired after three decades of service to the department.

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“What am I going to do?” I cried to my roommates in the hotel room, my uniform bag splayed open.

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The staff at Tennova Healthcare – Harton recently celebrated one of their own on her 40th anniversary at the hospital.