As a National State of Emergency remains in place, Gov. Bill Lee announced today the State of Emergency in Tennessee will continue through October with adjustments made to previous executive orders.
The scaled down Coffee County Fair went on despite the pandemic, concluding its annual exposition Saturday. This year it offered visitors the chance to enjoy rides, food vendors, musical entertainment and various exhibits, although traditional events like Fairest of the Fair were scrapped du…
A recent study by seoClarity has revealed that, despite sharp declines in total travel since the COVID-19 pandemic, Coffee County residents and many Americans have been taking significantly more long-distance road trips than in previous years.
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival will hold a Virtual ROO-ALITY, a three-night broadcast starting Thursday, Sept. 24, free on YouTube. The event will feature the most prominent guests who have played in previous years plus all-new content. The lineup will include Alabama Shakes, Beastie Boy…
The county crossed the 1,100-overall-case mark Monday, according to the Tennessee Department of Health. It took only five days for the county to grow its COVID-19 case count by more than 100 cases. The county crossed the 1,000-case mark last Wednesday, Sept. 16, according to TDOH data.
Once again, Tullahoma’s Sept. 18 date had a change to the schedule and this time, the Wildcats are left stag and because of that, there will be no football game this Friday night.
Tullahoma Mayor Ray Knowis announced the city of Tullahoma is recognizing the month of September as Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. He recently presented the proclamation to Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network (TSPN) volunteer Ellen Stowers to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the org…
Davidson County Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle has issued an order in an ongoing legal battle over the state’s voting access during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The homecoming 2020 football game will be a little delayed this year for Tullahoma after it was initially scheduled to take place this coming Friday night against Spring Hill.
Who will be named queen? That’s the usual question when it comes to the homecoming football game. This year though, Tullahoma’s biggest question marks heading into that contest are, who its opponent will be and if that Sept. 18 contest will even be taking place.
Blood Assurance is in critical need of O-positive and O-negative due to multiple ongoing traumas in its service area. There is less than ½ day’s supply. A-positive, A-negative, B-negative, and B-positive are in urgent need with less than two day’s supply. Blood Assurance is calling on commun…
The pandemic has affected each aspect of life and every area. The medical field has had to adapt and prepare for the new challenges.
U.S. Rep. John Rose, Republican representing Tennessee’s 6th Congressional District, held a virtual town hall meeting Tuesday, Sept. 1 to answer questions on the economy and the pandemic.
Over the Labor Day weekend, the seventh COVID death in Coffee County was added.
- Vandy enrolls volunteers for new COVID drug
- Webb School boasts record enrollment
- AEDC medical aid chief delays retirement during pandemic
- March on courthouse Tuesday in support of student
- Morning Pointe battles COVID outbreak
- TDOH changes COVID-19 reporting metrics
- Governor Lee extends order amid COVID-19 numbers
- Sept. 1 Coffee County COVID-19 update
- Art Center offers first gallery since COVID shutdown
- East Lincoln students turn masks into art
- Tullahoma unemployment rate continues to drop
- Tullahoma goes back to school - again
- Aug. 31 Coffee County COVID-19 update
- Let the kids be kids and stop the shaming
- UPDATE: TCS release plan for students to return to school
- Local school systems to move from "Pathway to Re-entry" plan
- Aug. 28 COVID-19 Update
- Virtual Ride Across Tennessee this September
- Tours resume at Jack’s Daniel’s in Lynchburg
- Coffee County family tells of COVID battle
- Fair won’t have the fairest this year
- Alderman refuses to wear mask at swearing ceremony
- Aug. 27 COVID-19 Update
- Active cases drop under .5% threshold
- Aug. 25 COVID-19 Update
- TCS asks moratorium on standardized testing
- Irish eyes not smiling for THS band
- Sixth COVID-19 death reported in Coffee County
- Aug. 21 COVID-19 Update
- Historic preservation meeting set for Tuesday
- Parent sues county schools over mask mandate
- City, schools get $1 million in COVID-19 relief funds
- Aug. 20 Coffee County COVID-19 update
- Another COVID-19 death added in Coffee County
- It’s football time in Tullahoma
- Centerstone gets $2 million grant for zero suicide initiative
- Aug. 18 Coffee County COVID-19 update
- Kiwanis craft fair canceled due to pandemic
- Gov. Lee announces financial relief programs
- Going to Warren County? Better put on a mask
- Fourth COVID-19 death reported in Coffee County
- CAREAVAN food drive drives drivers to donate
- Partners for Healing offers medical care for the working uninsured
- Aug. 14 Coffee County COVID-19 update
- Delaying college could costs students $90K
- THS football announces ticket purchase schedule
- Pandemic forces the end of a 70-year tradition
- Art Center reopens after extended closure
- Class of ’50 graduate recalls a long tradition on 70th observance
- Aug. 13 Coffee County COVID-19 update