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Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival’s organizers announced June 25 that this year’s event set for Sept. 24-27 will not take place. Not only does this cancellation mean music lovers will have to wait until June 17-20, 2021, to flock to The Farm for four days of fun but it also means county’s cof…

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In accordance to guidelines within the federal government’s CARES Act, Tennessee will discontinue paying Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC) the week ending July 25.

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The Tullahoma GNC store is not one of the 248 stores GNC Holdings Inc., will be closing after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

The latest report from faculty researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Vanderbilt University School of Medicine shows that the number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients reached its highest level to date on June 15, when more than 400 patients were reported hospitalized across …

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The Tullahoma Downtown Lions Club celebrated two events during their regular meeting Wednesday, June 10. The club presented a donation to United Way designated for COVID-19 relief. The installation of new officers for the 2020-2021 year also took place during the meeting.

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After weeks of doubt and concern, Tullahoma Parks and Recreation officials announced this afternoon that the outdoor water park, Splash Island, will indeed open for the 2020 summer season.

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As businesses work though the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, The News is reaching out to local businesses, some hard-hit by the economic downturn, offering grants to advertisers, matching dollar-for-dollar funds spent by advertisers of the Tullahoma publication.

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Due to constraints with current social distancing guidelines amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, city officials announced the Independence Day celebration has been postponed until Labor Day this year.

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Tennesseans dramatically reduced travel outside of their neighborhoods just after the first cases of COVID-19 were reported in Tennessee in early March. Travel to specific types of businesses also declined in all regions of the state at least a week before the governor’s statewide Safer at H…

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Arnold Engineering Development Complex, headquartered at Arnold Air Force Base in Tennessee and with geographically separated units spread throughout the United States, is reorganizing how the Complex is structured with a goal of more effectively meeting the mission – “To prove the superiori…

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Due to the past couple of months of questionable circumstances, Beechcraft Heritage Museum sent out a public update on the museum’s scheduled reopening date and also how they plan to readdress their Beech Party 2020 planning.

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Tennessee motorists paid an average of $1.69 this Memorial Day - a nearly 82 cent discount over last year’s holiday. This week’s Tennessee Gas Price average is $1.70 which is 14 cents more than one month ago and nearly 83 cents less than one year ago.

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Arnold Air Force base Commander Col. Jeffrey Geraghty has announced plans for a phase-in aimed at returning to normalcy at the local base provided COVID-19 numbers continue their downward trend.

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The year may not have ended the way students wanted, but the Class of 2020 did not leave Tullahoma High School without a recognition of all their hard work over the last four years.

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While fever, cough and shortness of breath have characterized the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its list of common symptoms in late April to include a new loss of smell or taste.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has made it crystal clear just how much communities rely on their local hospitals and also how much we rely on you. During the past few weeks, we’ve felt an outpouring of support and we are grateful to everyone who has delivered a meal, sewn a facemask, left a card, a s…

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The Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival announced it is canceling its 2020 event, scheduled to be held Sept. 26-27 at The Park at Harlinsdale Farms in Franklin due to COVID-19 concerns. Early bird ticket buyers may transfer their tickets to use in 2021 or receive full refunds, including…

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While the COVID-19 pandemic carries on, medical offices, hospitals and urgent care facilities see an increased need for personal protective equipment (PPE) such as gloves, masks and face shields in order to care for the patients they see each day.

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The state of Tennessee’s Economic Recovery Group will lift capacity restrictions on restaurants and retail to instead focus on social distancing best practices effective Friday and issue guidelines to facilitate the safe reopening of larger, non-contact attractions on or after May 22.

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The Coffee County Lannom Memorial Library may not be fully open just yet, but that isn’t a hurdle for book lovers in Tullahoma

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With the drive-through graduation ceremony set to take place this Friday, Tullahoma High School officials have announced that parking in the two student lots will be restricted to parents and students.

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With advancements made by science and further analysis of the COVID-19 virus, tests are now becoming available that check for past infection. Antibody blood tests analyze the blood for COVID-19 antibodies. Antibodies are proteins that the body makes in response to being infected with a certa…

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Their sting is seven times more toxic than a normal hornet and can prove fatal to humans. The invasive species can wipe out entire colonies of honey bees, thereby upsetting the ecosystem. And, they are in North America.

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Due to the economic uncertainty facing the nation caused by COVID-19, the city of Tullahoma has amended its budget for the current fiscal year in order to prepare for forecasted revenue shortfalls.

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Coffee County Emergency Management Agency Deputy Director Matt Aussiker has acquired knowledge and experience to respond to disaster situations and protect locals. Aussiker works with EMA Director Allen Lendley to ensure Coffee County residents stay safe during events such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Patients who have delayed surgery or other non-emergency procedures can now work with their physician to secure care as Tennova Healthcare – Harton resumed some outpatient elective services this week.

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Blood Assurance and the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee are partnering in the month of May to help patients in need and to help feed area families. Blood Assurance will donate ten meals to the food bank for every blood donor that gives in the Middle TN area during the month of May.

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