1st Choice Realtor is celebrating its Agents for their achievements. From left to right – Renea Hamilton – Multi-Million Dollar Sales Club 2022, Candace Turnham – Multi-Million Dollar Sales Club 2022, Vicki Thoma - Multi-Million Dollar Sales Club 2022, Connie Brown – Multi-Million Dollar Sal…
Weichert, Realtors - Joe Orr & Associates has been named to the prestigious Premier Client Group (PCG) by Weichert Real Estate Affiliates, Inc., earning distinction as one of the top-producing companies in the national franchise system in 2022 for the Tullahoma office.
The March meeting for the Tullahoma City Schools Board of Education will be nothing short of a celebration, as the board plans to honor all eight educators who were named building-level Teachers of the Year.
Earlier this month, Jacobs held an open house to celebrate the completion of the remodel of its conference facility better known as “The Lodge.”
Nashville recording artist and award winning Christian Country artist, Shellem Cline will be performing live on Sunday, March 19 at 11 a.m. in Beechgrove.
Residents looking to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the whole family can experience the luck o’ the Irish at South Jackson Performing Arts Center this weekend.
Known as “the cradle of the Tennessee Walking Horse,” the town of Wartrace, Tennessee continues to celebrate the iconic horse breed, and is home to a museum unlike any other in the nation.
Legendary country singer John Conlee is all set to bring his chart topping hits like “Rose Colored Glasses” and “Common Man” to McMinnville for an evening of live music at The Park Theater Thursday, April 6th presented by On Fire Concerts.
Two students with perfect attendance were recognized at East Lincoln Elementary School Thursday as Sunrise Rotary and Highland Rim Bike Club rebooted their Wheels in Motion partnership.
A local eye care professional was noted recently for going above and beyond to render an exam, going to the patient when the patient did not want to go to her.
The lights were on bright in the Tullahoma High School auditorium for the Miss Tullahoma pageants this past week.
Tennesseans looking to make the big move to a small town may be excited to learn that three Tennessee small towns, including Tullahoma, were named some of the best small towns in the country.
The 17th annual “HIStory Told by Her: A Michael Jackson Tribute” is set to rock the night away at South Jackson Performing Arts Center this Saturday, March 11, at 7 p.m.
The University of Mississippi has announced that local students were among those named to the Fall 2022 Honor Roll lists, including Chancellor's Honor Roll.
Downtown Antiques, located at 109 N. Irwin St. around the town square in Manchester has a new owner with big plans for the antique mall.
United Way of Highway 55 has announced it will hold its second annual “United in Spirits” fundraiser on BBQ Hill overlooking the Jack Daniels distillery this April.
While Glenn Ware is currently trying to find himself a physical home, he may have found his new hometown as Tullahoma has welcomed him as one of its own.
After tragically losing his dog in a hit and run incident, Tullahoma resident Trevor Mattasits was given a new canine companion and gained a new human friend in Tullahoma police officer Tyler Jones.
Local business owner and co-founder of the nonprofit Come to the Table, Gloria Damron, has been recognized by Sunrise Rotary for her local philanthropic work. Damron has been designated as a Community Paul Harris Fellow by the local group.
March is Extension Month in Tennessee. Extension is a national educational program supported by USDA through the nation’s land-grant universities and administered with funding from state and local governments. In Tennessee there are Extension offices in each of the 95 counties, and Coffee Co…
Frances Tucker celebrated her 100th birthday this past week, sharing the centennial with scores of friends and family.
Lady Fright’s Emporium will present St. Patrick’s Extravaganza, taking place at the Rotary Park and Amphitheatre on Saturday, March 18th, featuring live music, craft vendors, food trucks, games and more.
While knitting and crocheting have long been thought of as old-time hobbies, more and more younger people are picking up their crocheting hooks and taking up this handmade art.
Tullahoma High School senior Marissa Drummond received exciting news when she was notified that she is this year’s recipient of the Silver Key award from the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
More than 150 people gathered at Blue Monarch Feb. 5, a long-term, residential recovery home in Coffee County, to celebrate the astounding accomplishments of graduates, Amanda Cox and Mallory Sircy.
Tullahoma First United Methodist Church has announced it has voted to disaffiliate from the United Methodist (UM) denominational organization. The church’s full announcement can be read at the link
From a red pickup truck hauling a load of pumpkins to a large work featuring hot air balloons in flight, stained glass artist Barbara Keen has been crafting these colorful works of art for the last 20 years.
Sharon and Ray Steelman, of Huntsville, Ala. have just published three new books to be distributed through Smashwords as eBooks. These books are all centered around the South, particularly Fayetteville and Lincoln County, Tennessee. Two of the books are historically-based and were created th…
The Miss Tullahoma pageants will take place Saturday, March 4 inside the Tullahoma High School auditorium. Read more about signups here.
The Historic Preservation Society of Tullahoma will meet on Saturday, Feb. 25, at 1 p.m. at the home of Leslie Wurst at 502 Lake Hills Road in Tullahoma. Leslie will relate the story of her home, a bungalow/craftsman style house built by Walter Dennis Fox about 1910 overlooking Ovoca Falls.
Shoppers looking for a new style made their way to Old Navy in Tullahoma this past Saturday for its grand opening.
For Wayne Wolford Sr., founder of the Black History Museum of Warren County Tennessee, it all comes down to education. A 20-year veteran of the U.S. Army, Wolford founded the museum in March 2021 with the goal of not only preserving the history of the area’s Black community, but also educati…
The Tullahoma Fine Arts Center (TFAC) is starting its year of exhibits with a showcase of local artist Stephanie Lamb.
The 165th exposition of the Coffee County Fair caught the eyes of the state judges as they named the Coffee County Fair the Most Improved during 2022.
Grab your craft beer loving friends because the Tennessee Craft Brewers Guild has officially announced the launch of the Tennessee Ale Trail, a mobile pass that gathers points for each brewery check in.
Coming off of completing a home for a family in Winchester, Highland Rim Habitat for Humanity (HRHFH) have begun the process of building the next new home in Tullahoma.
With 45,000 recorded songs to its credit, including 1,000 certified hits, the historic RCA Studio B in Nashville is a must see for any music lover visiting Music City USA.
After months of construction, Old Navy officials have announced that the retail store will be opening its doors to shoppers early next month.
After more than 10 years at their Hillsboro Boulevard location in Manchester, Dotson’s Country Market has a new home just down the street at 1306 Hillsboro Boulevard.
After being part of New York Fashion week, a Tullahoma High School freshman stayed busy during the Christmas break with not only walking the runway, but getting signed with a talent agency.
Local nonprofit HorsePlay Inc. recently received a generous donation from the Tullahoma Downtown Lions Club.
Today, tow trucks are a welcome site to stranded motorists across the globe, but lengthy history of the towing industry traces its roots back to the very first tow truck, built in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1916.
The show must go on as Cat Murray is back with her 17th annual “HIStory Told by Her: A Michael Jackson Tribute” show for 2023.
The Imagination Library of Coffee County thanks the community for supporting child literary with the success of its recent initiatives.
The We Care Committee will once again be sponsoring their annual march and day of remembrance for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, on Monday, Jan. 16 at C.D. Stamps Community Center, located at 810 S. Jackson Street.
Continuing an annual tradition, American stand-up comedian and latest member of the Grand Ole Opry Henry Cho returns to Tullahoma this Friday, Jan. 13, for his annual comedy show at South Jackson Performing Arts Center.
If you happen to see a streak of green crossing the northwestern night sky this month, it isn’t the end of the world but instead is a comet not seen on Earth for 50,000 years.
With a new year comes big changes and the Tullahoma Utilities Authority (TUA) saw some big changes this past week as it bid farewell to two of its longest-serving employees, with the combined experience of approximately 87 years.
Centenarian Grace Caps celebrated her 103rd birthday on Monday, Jan. 9, with friends and family coming from across the country to share in her celebrations.
Tullahoma City Schools recently received a total of $22,295 in grant funds from the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.