Every year, local quilters come together to share their artwork with the community.
One of the area’s most popular hiking trails, the Fiery Gizzard in the South Cumberland State Park (SCSP), might not have been possible without the work of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal and the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC).
She may claim to be rock star, but it’s hard to argue that P!nk was anything less than a superhero at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville last Sunday night.
Earlier this week, we celebrated Shrove Tuesday, a day of feasting and celebration more commonly referred to as Fat Tuesday. Or, as I and millions of others know it, PACZKI DAY!
Some little girls dream about being princesses when they grow up. Others want to be astronauts or Wonder Woman or CEOs of enormous tech companies. As for me? I wanted to be Stevie Nicks.
The American Heart Association’s (AHA) Little Hats, Big Hearts initiative aims to raise awareness about congenital heart defects. AHA partners with hospital and volunteers throughout the country.
Franklin County Arts Guild will be exhibiting the work of member and instructor Kim Phillips from March 1 through April 14 at the guild’s gallery, Artisan Depot, in Cowan.
The Tullahoma Art Center (TAC) has once again been selected as one of only six national venues for the American Watercolor Society’s 152nd Annual Traveling Exhibition.
Tonja Johnson, Ph.D., joined the University of Tennessee Space Institute (UTSI) on Feb. 20 at the 24th Annual African-American History Celebration to speak about her experiences and encourage others to keep progressing.
The South Jackson Civic Center (SJCC) is celebrating 40 years of performing arts and theater in 2019. What better way to kick off an anniversary than to give back to the youth of the community? South Jackson was recently awarded a grant that would help fund after school drama workshops to Tu…
On Jan. 15, 2009, US Airways flight 1549 was leaving New York and heading to Charlotte, North Carolina, with 150 passengers and five crew members on board. Just minutes after takeoff, the plane crashed into the chilling waters of the Hudson River. Thanks to the efforts of Capt. Chelsey B. Su…
It’s been 10 years since Alzheimer’s Tennessee staged a performance of the play “Beyond the Rain.” However, the organization has been putting in many hours of rehearsal recently to deliver a performance that will have audiences connecting with a disease that affects so many families.
Whether you’re in the honeymoon stage or celebrating your 50th anniversary, there’s a chance that you and partner need a little help rekindling that romantic spark that brought the two of you together in the first place.
Alice Jensen has always had a keen eye for nature. Her love for nature was nurtured by her father who had a hobby for photography. Her own interests and her father’s influence set Jensen up for a life of exploring the great outdoors and capturing the beauty she saw in photographs.
Cue the lights, focus the camera, and get ready for action. For some, the idea of being in the limelight is intimidating. However, the hustle, bustle and high-profile world of the fashion industry is thrilling to some, including Tullahoma’s Elizabeth Abernathy.
Holding true to its nickname, Tennessee will recognize volunteers from all over the state for their service to the community when the 11th Annual Governor’s Volunteer Star Awards are presented today during a ceremony in Franklin.
Since its founding in 1910, the Boy Scouts of America has dedicated itself to training youth to be responsible citizens, building character development and teaching self-reliance through participation in outdoor activities, educational programs and community involvement alive.
Tullahoma’s Bel-Aire Bees are spreading their wings to see that learning has no limitations. The elementary school is implementing several new practices into the second semester of the school year to accommodate all types of young, learning minds.
Tullahoma will have a new chapter to write with the new Story Book Trail opening today. In an effort to inspire youth to read and walk, a new type of trail marker will line the Rock Creek Greenway.
Deep in the heart of the fictional town of Sweetgum, Texas, three cousins will stop at nothing to make sure their family reunion goes off without a hitch. Join in on the chaos with South Jackson Civic Center, 404 S. Jackson St., for a performance of laughs as genuine as grandma’s gravy on Fe…
For some, the ability to write comes as naturally as breathing. The spark to write can be ignited by almost anything the writer sees or does. Writing is done in many forms, but all forms have a purpose: to tell a story. For Tullahoma resident Nells Wasilewski, writing and rhyming has always …
Even though the weather has been cold and dreary lately, spring will be here before we know it. The Coffee and Moore County 4-H extension programs are gearing up for a spring full of tiny peeps, and they aren’t talking about the marshmallow treat.
Stroll through the halls of Tullahoma High School and you’ll find biology, calculus and history classes like you would in any American high school. While THS strives to send its college-bound students off well-prepared, it also devotes considerable effort to preparing students to enter the w…
The Kiwanis Club of Tullahoma has proudly served the community for more than 50 years. The club was founded in 1963 and has served the children of the community ever since. The global club strives to improve the world by helping the children in the community by teaching them about the respon…
Equestrians from all over Middle Tennessee will lace up their boots, tighten down their saddles and make last-minute equipment checks before participating in a Mounted Games clinic and competition at Clearview arena in Shelbyville on Jan. 26-27.
Protecting yourself from harm comes naturally. The fight-or-flight response in our brains instinctually tells us what to do when we come face-to-face with danger. Here in Tullahoma, there is a group of women who consider protecting themselves vital.
I think one of my favorite parts about my job is that from time to time I get to share a little bit about my life with my readers. I’m young, but I’ve done some pretty cool things in my lifetime. This week’s warm and then freezing weather reminded me of an experience I had once, and I wanted…
Agriculture is a big part of Middle Tennessee. Whether you are a gardener, a row cropper or a livestock producer, many hours of labor and love go into agriculture endeavors regardless if they are a hobby or a way of making a living.
Hank Williams is said to be one of the most legendary country music stars of all time. His songs tell tales of real men and real women, heartbreak and hard times that captured the adoration of fans from all over.
2019 is off to a soggy start, and while Tullahoma isn’t necessarily in a floodplain, there are areas within the community that could become a hazard during flash flooding. Learning how to better prepare yourself for a flood and what to do during a flood could make a difference in damages, li…
Now that the new year has come, many Christmas celebrants are beginning to take down their holiday tree. Ornaments are wrapped with paper and tucked away safely for next year’s use. Artificial trees are de-fluffed and stuffed back into a box to be put back into storage, but what about the re…
When the clock struck midnight on Jan. 1, millions of people around the world made resolutions and set goals to accomplish during the New Year. Resolutions vary from person to person, but there are commonalities and popular goals that dominate lists around the world.
While New Year’s resolutions are popular when it comes to losing weight, eating healthier and being more financially stable, what about impacting the lives of other living creatures around you? A small, simple task and a minimum of an hour a day could highly impact the life of an animal in t…
Seventeen-year-old Zach Sheeley said being a member of the Boy Scouts has provided him with a variety of opportunities and experience he wouldn’t have otherwise had.
Motorists passing through the Tullahoma area on Wednesday, Dec. 19, you may have encountered an usual sight as they made their way through town – a horse and wagon team.
Pam Parker’s third-grade class at Jack T. Farrar Elementary school created pictures of Christmas ornaments depicting what living in Tullahoma means to them. Students were asked to create a picture inside an ornament that would persuade someone to move to Tullahoma. Creativity met paper as st…
Eighteen-year-old Coffee County native Hannah Martin recently earned the highest ranking award available to Girl Scouts thanks to her efforts to provide a little comfort to others.
On Wednesday, Dec. 19, Bel-Aire Elementary School students jumped up and down with excitement as they made their way to Boxey Blue to mail their last minute letters to Santa. With the anticipation building up inside them, the students made their way to the mobile mailbox and individually sen…
Everyone has their own unique Christmas traditions. For some, its opening presents on Christmas morning in festive pajamas, while other people gather around the warm glow of the television to watch “Die Hard” — which is absolutely a Christmas movie, no matter what Bruce Willis says.
First-graders at Robert E. Lee Elementary School are learning computer science while incorporating it into the holiday season.