Ascend Federal Credit Union has donated $10,000 to Partners for Healing, a leading non-profit organization headquartered in Tullahoma that provides free primary health care services to the working uninsured. The donation will help Partners for Healing fulfill its mission of serving the healt…
Former owner and employee of Southern Electric & Plumbing Supply, Inc. Ricky Hereford retired after 50 years with the company, which was celebrated in an appreciation event.
Managing a 550-acre campus with more than a dozen buildings takes a lot of work and resources. In the early 2000s, the board of St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School made the wise move to require that fundraising for all new construction include the endowment of the facilities’ upkeep. The first build…
Local author David Hazelwood of Normandy has just finished a five year research and writing project that has resulted in the just released cookbook “Cooking Southern - Recipes and Their History".
In commemoration of what would have been Betty White’s 100th birthday, South Jackson Civic Center will host a tribute and celebration of the late actress’s life on her birthday on Monday, Jan. 17.
Two of the test and evaluation capabilities within the Space Test Branch of the Arnold Engineering Development Complex have received funding from the Test Resource Management Center, or TRMC, to improve the nation’s ability to test hypersonic systems in a timely manner.
Four faculty members from Motlow State Community College were selected to be part of the inaugural HIP (High Impact Practices) Ambassador cohort and will attend the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) 2022 HIP Conference in January.
To kick off the New Year of performing arts, American stand-up comedian Henry Cho returns to Tullahoma to take the stage this Friday, Jan. 14, at South Jackson Civic Center for his annual comedy show.
FIT Beyond Therapy Ribbon Cutting: Celebrate FIT Beyond Therapy’s new location at 461 W. Lincoln St. with a Tullahoma Area Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting at noon Thursday, Jan. 13. Lunch provided. Prize drawings
Coffee County citizens will have the opportunity to recognize the efforts of volunteers who strive to improve their community during the Coffee County Commission meeting Jan. 11 and an awards celebration Feb. 14.
The magic is on the way, as Bonnaroo officials have announced Stevie Nicks, Tool and J.Cole will headline the 2022 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.
Charlie Watts of Tullahoma was recently named to the Dean's List for the fall 2021 semester at the University of Evansville (UE). Watts is studying Biology at UE.
Mary Pollard has been promoted to vice president of consumer lending for Ascend Federal Credit Union. Pollard, who reports to Senior Vice President Trevor Williams, is responsible for helping oversee Ascend’s consumer lending operations, driving loan growth and enhancing member experience.
Weichert, Realtors - Joe Orr & Associates, located in Tullahoma, has announced that Amanda Lynch successfully completed the Weichert Real Estate Affiliates, Inc. Fast Track training program. The training helps quickly bring new and existing Weichert affiliated agents up to speed on the l…
A local Girl Scout troop spent time during the holidays to honor some of Tullahoma’s deceased veterans by placing a wreath at their graves during the annual Wreaths Across America event.
The year is only days old but Tullahoma has already seen swift weather changes. The city started out 2022 with summer-like conditions Jan. 1 at a sweltering 75 degrees before awaking Monday morning with over four inches of snow blanketing the ground.
Just before Christmas a little more than a half-century ago, John T. Hill and Alvin D. Overman were charged with carrying out a routine job inside a small building behind the Arnold Engineering Development Complex Model Shop at Arnold Air Force Base. It was there that both of their lives ended.
CANCELED--New Year’s Day Hike: Join Tullahoma Parks and Recreation at 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 1 to kick off the 2022 fitness goals right in Short Springs Natural Area! The guided 4-mile hike will be led by Lyle Russell, City Forester and will take hikers around the trail loops and the falls. N…
Ascend Federal Credit Union announced recently it is donating $70,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee to help individuals and families have access to food this holiday season.
Just before Christmas, members of the Tullahoma Police and Fire departments joined together to distribute toys to families in Tullahoma who might not otherwise have had Christmas gifts for their children. The annual Tullahoma Fire and Police Department Toy Drive was able to give out large bo…
With the new year fast approaching, both Prescott Bottling and Distributing Company and the Sundrop Shoppe and Luncheonette will be seeing some changes to ring in 2022.
Before she left school for the winter holiday, Arianna Marin received an extra Christmas blessing when she was notified she will be a featured artist in the 14th annual Middle Tennessee Regional Student Art Exhibition at Lipscomb University.
For the fifth consecutive year, former Farrar Frogs and current Major League Baseball players Jordan and Justus Sheffield donated brand new sneakers to students at their alma mater, Jack T. Farrar Elementary School.
Scientific research over time has shown an uptick in cardiac events during the winter holiday season, and more people die from heart attacks between December 25th and January 1st than at any other time of the year. The American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization fo…
Four Bel-Aire Elementary School singers will represent their school and school district on a statewide level next year, as they were selected for the Tennessee Treble Honor Choir. The four Bel-Aire Bees named as qualifiers for the honor choir are Timothy Hanson, Jack Harris, Isaac McVey and …
This weekend, a group of dedicated volunteers honored some of the community’s deceased veterans by placing a wreath at their graves during the annual Wreaths Across America event.
Tullahoma is blessed with many authors, artists, musicians, actors, scientists, medical personnel, teachers and other multi-talented individuals. Saying that brings to mind Betty Price, who has written a history of Tullahoma in verse. So many newcomers to Tullahoma as well as visitors want t…
After multiple tornados rocked Tennessee earlier this month, Decherd residents Bella Hartwig, 2022 USA National Miss Tennessee Teen, with friend and classmate Leah Smith, both dual enrollment students at Motlow State Community College, jumped in to collect much-needed items for victims.
Earlier this month Nature’s Elite celebrated its move to its new location at 1905 N. Jackson St., Suite 930, near Subway by having a ribbon cutting ceremony courtesy of the Tullahoma Area Chamber of Commerce.
Tullahoma High School students took honors in the state’s litter prevention campaign, Nobody Trashes Tennessee, earning a beautification donation for their campus.
A Tullahoma High School alumnus who served as the vice president of propulsion engineering at SpaceX recently visited his alma mater to deliver life and career advice to current THS students.
Emily Perry of Tullahoma was named to the fall 2021 Dean's List at Berry College. The Dean's List honors students who posted an academic average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale while carrying a class load of at least 12 hours during the semester.
Judge William Andrew Lockhart realized his elementary school dream, when he was sworn in as judge of the 14th Judicial District Circuit Court of Tennessee, which covers Coffee County. Judge Lockhart was sworn in August, filling the vacancy left by the Honorable L. Craig Johnson.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year and Tullahoma residents can take one last stroll through a Christmas wonderland at the Old Dr Pepper building at 420 E. Lauderdale St. this weekend.
Tullahoma continues to have reason to celebrate this month, as Tullahoma Band students earned dozens of seats in the Middle Tennessee School Band and Orchestra Association’s Mid-State honor band auditions—seven of whom earned All-State honors.
Coffee and Conversations with Rupa Blackwell: Alderman Rupa Blackwell will hold her December Coffee and Conversations at The Celtic Cup, 106 N. Anderson St., at 6 p.m. this Thursday, Dec. 16. Come share your hopes for the community with her.
Motlow State Community College is a leader in technology and employee professional development. Through a collaborative effort between Academic Affairs and Workforce’s ‘MotlowTrained’ division at Motlow, community members can participate in free Google IT Support Professional Certificate training.
As the 2021 Tullahoma High School Wildcats football team made their way to Chattanooga for the TSSAA Class 4A State Football playoffs, many residents, fans and players thought back to 1987, when the Wildcats made it to the semifinals in the Class AAA playoffs.
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee awarded more than $2.6 million in grant funding to over 400 local nonprofit organizations, including 17 from Coffee County.
Motlow State Community College is offering signups for its emergency alerts that delivers time-sensitive messages to campus community members via phone, email and text.
Last month, the Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center presented several child abuse prevention training sessions at Arnold Fire and Emergency Services to strengthened their knowledge about child sexual abuse prevention.
Hot off the heels of completing the Tullahoma Virtual Academy mural wall, local art nonprofit Do More Art-events (DMA-events) added another piece of art to downtown Tullahoma.
Ascend Federal Credit Union donated $10,000 to the Tennessee Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) to support Light the Night. Credit union employees and members also contributed an additional $4,568. The fundraising initiatives go to advance cancer research and provide suppor…
The game is afoot this holiday season as the play “Holmes for the Holidays (The Game’s Afoot)” takes the stage at South Jackson Civic Center this weekend.
Nature’s Elite Ribbon Cutting: Celebrate the opening of the new Nature’s Elite location, 1905 N. Jackson St., at 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 9, with the Tullahoma Area Chamber of Commerce.