Jerry Ray, of Tullahoma, started farming 45 years ago on just 45 acres that once belonged to his grandfather. Over the years he added 75 acres to his holdings, and the veteran of an occupation that is more calling than profession rented additional property and became steward to some 1,900 ac…
The most important thing Marion Robinson did for her daughter, Michelle, was raise her to be a person, not just a baby or a child.
To participate in a friendly atlatl competition, learn about the prehistoric tool or just watch the contestants show off their skills, join the Atlatl Days activities at the Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park. The event is set for May 31 - June 2 in Manchester.
Would you allow someone to read the diary you kept as a teenager? Who would you choose to share in the humiliation, shame and hilarity of your teen angst? Odds are, your first thought wasn’t to share it with a room full of complete strangers - but that’s exactly what thousands of people sinc…
The Wee Actors Guild, a youth division of Manchester’s Millennium Repertory Company, will present “Disney’s The Lion King, Jr.,” at the Manchester Arts Center May 10 through 19.
An event to benefit Tullahoma resident James Hodge, who suffered from pulmonary fibrosis prior to a March lung transplant, is set for Saturday, May 11, at Lynchburg Elementary School, 276 Mechanic St. North, in Lynchburg.
Beth Thames, president of the Tullahoma Art Center, invites locals to “a feast for their eyes,” as local students will display art pieces at the center May 5 through May 19.
Over 500,000 people flooded downtown Nashville over the last three days, as the 2019 NFL Draft took place in Music City. The News' sports editor Zach Birdsong was on the scene taking photos at one of football's biggest weekends.
“Once upon a cold and stormy, wet and miserable winter’s day” is where the story of Edgar Allan Poe begins, or so say the Players in the Tullahoma High School theater department’s spring production.
It had been nearly four years since Death Cab For Cutie last performed in Nashville and a lot has changed in the course of that time span.
Those looking to go back to school or further their education got a boost from the world of country music on Tuesday night when Country Music Television (CMT) stopped by Motlow to show much it values education.
As the years have gone on, I can’t quite exactly pinpoint the first moment that I saw Rock and Roll Hall of Famers KISS on my TV screen. All I remember is that I was in from the very start.
“Chicago” – the longest-running American musical in the history of Broadway – is coming to the stage of the Manchester Arts Center (MAC) on Friday.
After breaking ground in late September and waiting through the wet winter for better weather, Manchester’s dog park, Bark-aroo, is officially open. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 23.
Tullahoma Parks and Recreation Department is always looking for ways to get people moving and shaking their tail feathers, and the new classes offered at D.W. Wilson Community Center can do just that.
It may be a little too on the nose to say that Hozier took the crowd at the Grand Ole Opry to church last Sunday, but that’s precisely what he did when he played to the sold-out Nashville crowd.
Sponsored by the First United Methodist Church, the Henry Center, 201 W. Lincoln St., provides free food, clothing, books and furniture to individuals in need.
As he continues his filmmaking journey, Tullahoma High School student Colin Shuran now has physical accolades to display for his efforts.
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.