The Attic Outlet, presented by Community Care Ministries (CCM), started out as a ministry of Grace Baptist Church with a small food pantry. In 1996, the church got the idea from another ministry in Florida to open a thrift store in order to raise money to pay for benevolence. A director was …
Washington D.C. contains countless opportunities to explore the nation’s history and art on every block. However, about 30 minutes away is the United States Naval Academy (USNA) in Annapolis, Maryland, one school I am seriously planning to attend after I graduate high school.
“That could have been me!” I yelled to my friend, shouting over the sound of Axl Rose as Guns N’ Roses performed “You Could Be Mine” at the Exit 111 Festival on a chilly Sunday night this past week
Fridays at Tullahoma High School mean more than just the promise of the weekend. They showcase the excitement for the Friday night lights at Wilkins Stadium. The Tullahoma Wildcats football games unify the community. The yells from the crowd, student section, cheerleaders, band members and f…
It’s not the first time someone has written a song about Tullahoma, but Nellen Dryden’s newest single called “Tullahoma” is the most recent of the city in lyrics.
The Coffee County Lannom Memorial Public Library and Hands-On Science Center have both created schedules of activities for Fall Break next week, Oct. 7-11. No library card is needed to attend.
The Honor Flight of Middle Tennessee made its fall 2019 flight to Washington D.C. this past week and a 100-year-old World War II veteran from Tullahoma was on it.
A Tullahoma woman is using her own battle with alopecia areata, an autoimmune disorder pertaining to sudden hair loss that starts with one or more circular bald patches that may overlap, to start a local support group aimed at helping those who share the same disorder. Yolanda Clark is striv…
The Coffee County Fair celebrated 162 years of family fun this month. Opening ceremony was held on Monday night at 5 p.m. with rides commencing until Saturday night. There were new deals for tickets every night last week including $20 hand stamp day, dollar day, two for one night and more.
Among the many school-sponsored clubs and organizations at Tullahoma is one civic-minded group called Mayor’s Youth Council. The club is similar to student council except it deals with the whole community instead of just the school. Mayor's Youth Council usually meets once per month at city …
Green thumbs in Tullahoma had the opportunity to learn more about a distinct and beautiful plant when Richard Gross hosted the September Lunch and Learn about orchids.
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) played host to its last fly-in event of 2019 at Tullahoma Regional Airport. The AOPA’s Fly-Ins provide a special opportunity for AOPA Pilots to feel welcomed, relaxed, and connected with other pilots and enthusiasts. Guests flew in from over …
Keelie Shea Hillis is Coffee County’s Fairest of the Fair as she and her court were crowned this Saturday night at the annual exhibition in Manchester. She is joined in the celebration by Liza Alece Johnson who was named Miss Teen Coffee County on the same stage.
Lifelong friends and former THS students Houston Tanner, Will Holder, Matthew Cox and Kyle Gouthals spent their summer hiking and backpacking some of the most well-known tourist destinations in the country.
I’m faster than the gingerbread man. If bet a box of chocolates, I could probably beat Forrest Gump in a race. They don’t scare me. At the end of the day, the gingerbread man and Forrest Gump are both sprinters.
The White Oak Craft Fair returns for its 30th year next weekend, offering something of interest for everybody who delights in items and products that are individually designed and hand crafted.
Tennessee State Parks will host volunteer events in September as part of First Lady Maria Lee’s Monthly Service Challenge through her Tennessee Serves initiative.
The Coffee County Humane Society (CCHS) is a nonprofit organization with a mission to “prevent suffering, neglect, abuse and cruelty to animals.” The organization began in 1993 with only one member.
While Middle Tennessee is no stranger to live music, very few venues can offer as unique an experience as show at Cumberland Caverns.
Although Robert Duff is still settling into his new job at Arnold Air Force Base, he is eager to see what opportunities await him.
As children are getting back in the swing of the school year, one group of dedicated individuals is ensuring they can walk to and from school safely.
Aerospace engineer Dr. Bill Baker will be the featured speaker at the upcoming meeting of the Tullahoma Historic Preservation Society, according to society vice president Marjorie Collier.
Tullahoma Parks and Recreation has a new free fitness class available for veterans, service members, first responders and their family members beginning tomorrow morning, department officials have announced.
The Tullahoma Animal Shelter has any number of homeless pooches ready to find their fur-ever home. But helping these lovable lugs stay socialized and ready for their new families is no easy task for the limited shelter staff.
Former Motlow State Community College history professor Michael R. Bradley spent his midday Thursday sharing little-known and interesting facts about the American Revolution with a packed house at the D.W. Wilson Community Center during this month’s Lunch and Learn.
Young artists in Tullahoma City Schools will soon have the chance to display their artwork just like contemporary artists, thanks to the Tullahoma Art Center.
The Hands-On Science Center is hosting a community craft fair Sunday, Aug. 25, to raise funds for the construction of a new sensory room at the center. A sensory room is designed to give children with special needs, such as autism, a place where they will feel comfortable and learn.
Revolutionary War history buffs are invited, as is the community at large, to attend the August Lunch and Learn program hosted by Tullahoma Parks and Recreation later this week.
Armed with popsicles and paint brushes, the little artists of Tullahoma spent two hours on Thursday painting the driveway behind a Tullahoma art studio, The Painted House.
Calling all history buffs: Two iconic pieces of American history are docked on the Tennessee River just 50 miles south of Tullahoma in Huntsville’s Ditto Landing. Replicas of Columbus’ ships the Niña and Pinta docked Thursday and will be berthed there, open daily for tours, through Wednesday…
Editor’s Note: “Q&A” is a new, reader-submitted question-and-answer interview with everyday people in our community. In this edition, Q&A catches up with Coffee County Lannom Memorial Public Library employee Leslie Warren.
Thanks to a STEM investment from TVA, a new exhibit at the Hands-On Science Center (HOSC), will add a species with exotic flair—the Mexican Walking Fish.
Millennium Repertory Company’s Home School Theater Enrichment Program (HSTEP) offers home school students a chance to experience theater.
Local teachers were able to do more than just shop at Walmart last Saturday afternoon. On July 13, the store held an appreciation event in their honor, pulling out all the stops with cake, ice cream and a photo booth.
Outdoor enthusiasts, avid hikers and those looking for more places to reconnect with nature were treated at the Tullahoma Parks and Recreation’s latest Lunch and Learn seminar on Wednesday.
Joe Diffie had his first No. 1 hit on the country music charts in 1990, but he’s still going strong and he has as loyal following of fans – including other artists.
Looking for an easy day-trip with a scenic drive to an arts and crafts show? The Mountain Market for Arts & Crafts, one of the longest running and most popular crafts festivals in the Southeast, might be just what you’re looking for.