COVID-19 cannot stop the show from going on at South Jackson Civic Center (SJCC). The center is getting creative in order to hold auditions for the 41st annual “South Jackson Goes Country” show.
Christian Lighthouse Church recently celebrated the opening of their new food pantry called Mercy Ministry. This addition is the largest of a list of renovations that associate pastors Janie and Kelly Cunningham worked on while the church was closed due to COVID-19.
Just two weeks after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in social work from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Hope Woodard started a job working for the Peace Corps.
John Manis and Dr. Ray Tucker are using their resources to help out in the middle of a global pandemic. Tucker-Manis Corporation opened the Lynchburg Winery in 2015 and the American Craft Distillery in 2018. Though they are a fairly new company, they had no trouble starting to help the commu…
In the middle of a worldwide pandemic, people have panic-bought, started selling hand sanitizer and toilet paper for double the price and many people and businesses have either decided or been mandated to close their doors to the public. However, a few places that have not closed their doors…
After many requests from Governor Bill Lee and Mayor Lane Curlee to practice social distancing to flatten the curve of the COVID-19 spread, many local churches are innovating by taking their worship services and Bible studies online.
There are ways to shed a little bit of light in the midst of dark times. Many members of our community and surrounding areas are choosing to shed light with their sewing skills.
Over 60 young ladies were in pursuit of the crown on Saturday, March 14 at Tullahoma High School auditorium as the titles of Junior Miss Tullahoma, Little Miss Tullahoma and Miss Tullahoma 2020 were up for grabs.
The Theater Enrichment Arts Curriculum for Homeschoolers (TEACH) program of the South Jackson Civic Center presented Pirates of Penzance, Jr., this past weekend.
5 Loaves 4 Kids is a local nonprofit organization that provides a food bag to students with a breakfast, lunch, dinner and two snacks to bring home every weekend to ensure that they have proper nutrition.
The next Lunch and Learn program will focus on the role the Volunteer State played in securing suffrage for women a century ago, Tullahoma Parks and Recreation officials have announced.
The Pratt & Whitney F135 engine has returned to Arnold Engineering Development Complex for another round of testing, with a fresh engine component the focus of the latest efforts.
Tennessee Trails Association awarded an Evan Means Grant to the Friends of Tims Ford State Park on Sunday, Feb. 16, going towards the park’s Storybook Trail.
This week may be Severe Weather Awareness Week in Tennessee, but Tullahomans learned about Middle Tennessee severe weather earlier in the month thanks to New Channel 5 Meteorologist Heather Mathis at the February Lunch and Learn.
South Jackson Civic Center is proudly announcing the return of the Verdeen cousins to delight the audience with their shenanigans in “Rex’s Exes.”
Tullahoma native Valerie Preston competed in Miss Rodeo USA during the week of January 14 – 19 in Guthrie, Oklahoma. The pageant was held in conjunction with The International Professional Rodeo Association’s (IRPA) International Finals Rodeo. She placed fourth runner-up.
A marquee sign sitting on the curb of Westside Church of the Nazarene reads “You’re welcome here.” On any given Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m., a passerby can see the doors open on the right side of the church with a long line of people waiting to get a food box. The church calls this program…
The Bunco Babes and GFWC Centennial Woman’s Club presented the Multi-County Cancer Support Network (MCCSN) with a nearly $4,000 check from the proceeds of the annual Bunco challenge, held each October. The 2019 Bunco challenge raised $3,949.47 for MCCSN, according to the Bunco Babes. Picture…
Dustin Lynch celebrated the drop of his new album “Tullahoma” with a release party at Marathon Music Works in Nashville on Friday, Jan. 17.
Martin Methodist College’s (MMC) Department of Music will kick off the 2020 concert season on Jan. 24, 2020 at 7 p.m. with the “Four-Hands Piano Concert,” featuring guest pianist Dr. Leonidas Lagrimas and MMC Assistant Professor of Music and pianist Dr. Brendan Jacklin.
Tullahoma Parks and Recreation is kicking off its 2020 programming with a peek behind the glass with the January Lunch and Learn Wednesday, Jan. 22.
The Tullahoma Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) welcomed State Regent Cecile Wimberley to the Jan.13 luncheon at Lakewood Golf and Country Club.
Tullahoma will be participating in the 2nd annual Tennessee Songwriters Week, according to Area Economic Development Board member Beverly Lee. The event will be Feb. 23 – 29.
Get ready to laugh. American stand-up comedian Henry Cho is coming back to South Jackson Civic Center on Saturday, Jan. 18 at 7 p.m.
Twelve people jumped into the new year by participating in Tims Ford State Park’s polar plunge just before noon on New Year’s Day to raise money for the park’s new honeybee initiative.
In the 160-plus years of Tullahoma’s history, there has been many buildings to come and go as the city grew into what it is today. Most of those dating back to the 1800s have long since been removed to make room for progress. The Tullahoma Art Center is the exception. It can easily be spotte…
The Friends of Tims Ford State Park (FTFSP) hosted their inaugural Christmas market on Saturday, Dec. 15. The building was full of vendors from as far as Nashville and Alabama as well as products available from the park’s gift shop.
Artistic Turnings by Howard Wright is more than just a small business. Woodturning, the craft of using the wood lathe with hand-held tools to cut a shape that is symmetrical around the axis of rotation, saved Wright from losing hope after a decline in his health occurred.