The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival has announced tickets for the upcoming 2023 festival will be available for purchase this Friday, Nov. 25.
For the month of November, several students at Tullahoma High School will have their artwork on display in the “Reflections in Time” exhibit at the Tullahoma Fine Arts Center.
Motlow State Community College was awarded the “Exemplary Practice Award” at the 40th Annual Community College Business Officers (CCBO) Conference. Motlow was recognized for efforts to increase campus efficiencies.
Tullahoma resident Jamie Roper, a Motlow State Community College student and U.S. Marine Corps Corporal, was awarded the Chancellor's Commendations for Military Veterans. She is the first female veteran at Motlow to receive this award.
The stage at South Jackson Civic Center will shine bright Sunday for some of Tullahoma’s high school musicians as they exhibit their musical talents.
Ascend Federal Credit Union has announced it has donated $20,945 to the Central Tennessee chapter of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. The contribution includes $18,000 from the credit union – to sponsor the 2022 and 2023 fundraising initiative the MORE THAN PINK Walk – and $2,945…
Last year, the collaboration between George Dickel and Leopold Bros brought whisky fans a one-of-a-kind, historically inspired blend as they sought to challenge the status quo on rye offerings in the market. This November, following the success of the inaugural release, the two distilleries …
While The Elementary in Morrison has served the community as a 24/7 fitness center for the past several years, the former Morrison High School building just inside neighboring Warren County is now a full-fledged family entertainment center.
The Tullahoma Kiwanis’ annual Kiwanis Kraft show is set to take place next weekend, Nov. 18 and 19. The show will be packed with handmade crafts and gifts perfect for the upcoming holiday season.
"I was staring at a blank test. I didn't know where I was going to sleep that night. I couldn't think at all. I told myself I couldn't do this," recalled Quebeck resident LeGrand Sommers, 2022 graduate from Motlow State Community College. Just a few credit hours from finishing his degree, he…
The 2023 Tennessee Wildlife Federation Photo Contest has named their winners in this year’s contest. The contest included entries from across the Volunteer State, with the winners to appear in this year’s Wildlife Federation calendar.
Tullahoma residents will not need to go walking after midnight to see the Ted Swindley musical “Always…Patsy Cline” starting this Thursday, Nov. 10, through Sunday, Nov. 13, at South Jackson Civic Center.
Visitors to The Coker Museum in downtown Chattanooga can enjoy a mesmerizing display of antique automobiles, motorcycles, neon signs and even airplanes, all collected by one man: Corky Coker.
The United Way of Hwy 55 recently hosted an event at Boskey’s Grille and invited local businesses from the three counties they serve: Coffee, Moore, and Warren to learn about UW and the different ways to get involved.
Bark in the Park had tails wagging at Waggoner Park this past week with the event raising thousands to help the Tullahoma Animal Shelter.
The Coffee County Church Women United are inviting the public to attend World Community Day Friday, Nov. 4 at the Shorter Chapel AME Church at 402 SW Atlantic Street in Tullahoma, with guest speaker Pastor Martin S. Nutter of Faith Lutheran Church.
Over the weekend and into Monday evening, the Halloween spirit was alive and well as the Tullahoma community were out in strides as several local churches and businesses played host to festivals and trick-or-treat events.
The South Cumberland Community Fund Special Places Project mural is now for the eyes of the world to see. Artist Andee Rudloff was joined by students and community members to unveil to complete the mural in Tracy City – the small town nestled in the hills of Grundy County. Rudloff specialize…
As the final stop of Bumpus Harley-Davidson of Murfreesboro’s annual 2-day “WOMEN ROCK” event, hundreds of riders made their way to Nearest Green Distillery in Shelbyville on the Breast Cancer Awareness Ride on Saturday, October 8th. The $25 donation that was collected for the event include…
Dunham’s Sport will be hiring part-time seasonal holiday help at all of its locations. Part-time associates enjoy flexible hours, extra spending money, and a merchandise discount that will help with holiday shopping. Interested, enthusiastic sports-minded candidates can apply online at https…
Bel-Aire Elementary School recently held their 15th annual Walk-a-Thon, organized by the Bel-Aire Parent Teacher Organization, with activities and food trucks on-site throughout the day.
While making noise with his neon-buzzed “Party Mode” single nearing Top 15, Broken Bow Records star and Tullahoma’s own Dustin Lynch’s history-making “Thinking ‘Bout You (featuring MacKenzie Porter)” just secured his first American Music Awards nomination for Favorite Country Song.
Tuesday night was buzzing as friends, colleagues and family members joined together with the Tullahoma City Schools Board of Education to celebrate and honor the 23rd Clyde W. Smith Jr. Leadership Award recipient Rema Bell.
Tullahoma-based Ascend Federal Credit Union, the largest credit union in Middle Tennessee, has announced that it has appointed Rik Reitmaier as senior vice president and chief information officer (CIO). Reitmaier, who reports to Ascend Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer Ma…
Motlow State Theatre Department will perform "Too Many Frogs" free for the public on October 21 at 7 p.m. The play will take place at Motlow's Moore County campus in the Power's Auditorium at Eoff Hall.
Eighty-five Barbeque Championship teams hailing from 38 U.S. states and 17 foreign countries will gather in Lynchburg for the JACK next weekend. In order to qualify, teams must win a state championship, a competition of 50+ teams, or win a premiere barbeque competition.
During its recent meeting, the Tullahoma City Schools Board of Education honored Tullahoma High School students – three of which graduated in May – who competed at the SkillsUSA National Leadership & Skills Conference in June in Atlanta.
The Jack Daniel Distillery and the Nearest Green Distillery are celebrating Byron Copeland’s graduation from the Leadership Acceleration Program, a comprehensive whiskey industry apprenticeship program that’s part of the Nearest & Jack Advancement Initiative. Copeland has been named Mana…
With a collection of historic buildings including a general store, chapel, gristmill and telephone office all showcasing what life was like in Tennessee between 1830 and 1930, Murfreesboro’s Cannonsburgh Village is an ideal destination for those looking to take a step back in time.
Tullahoma rocked deep into the evening Saturday night as the 41A Music Festival celebrated a dozen years not only entertaining the community but also raising money to help worthy causes.
Alysa Harper, 14, from Tullahoma, who attends Coffee County Raider Academy as a freshman, recently came close to losing her family pet "Beardog" due to sickness. Thankfully, with the support from family and friends, he recovered. Afterwards she felt compelled to do her part and help others. In the past two weeks, she has collected donations and purchased over 400 lbs. of dog food to help support the Coffee County Animal Shelter.
A couple got quite a surprise for their 60th anniversary as their grandson conspired with a local restaurant and car club to make their wishes come true for their special day.
Residents at Parkview Senior Living took a walk on the wild side, as their arts and activity group brought a zoo full of animals to their community.
The 12th annual 41A Music Festival returns to rock Tullahoma this Saturday, Sept. 24, at Grider Stadium, and the Highland Rim Kiwanis is inviting everyone in the area to be a part of the fun and help to raise money for children’s charities in Tullahoma.
Beauty is in the eye of the ogre as tickets are available to see multiple showings of “Shrek the Musical Jr.” at South Jackson Civic Center this weekend.
Thirty-two leaders from higher education, K-12 education, government, business, and nonprofit organizations have been selected for the seventh cohort of the Complete Tennessee Leadership Institute (CTLI), a joint initiative of the State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE) and The Hu…
There was a strong turnout for the 29th annual Multi-County Cancer Support Network Walk-A-Thon at the old Franklin County High School football stadium in Winchester on Friday.
Built during the Middle Woodland Period between 1,500 and 2,000 years ago, Old Stone Fort was used by Native Americans for roughly 500 years before abandoning the ceremonial site. Acquired by the State of Tennessee in 1966, the 400-acre site is now known as Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park.
Local contributor Dot Watson came across a treasure this past week after the passing of Queen Elizabeth as she found a picture taken when the Queen visited the United States back in 1976.