For those of you who don’t know me yet, I’m a middle-aged guy – well preserved to be from the beginning of Generation X - but still I’m advancing in years. Actually, calling myself middle age is a bit hopeful since, if I’m presently at the mid-point in my life, then I will live to be 108. Yo…
It might seem like a simple concept, but it’s one that’s come up several times in conversations we’ve had about our mural installations lately, so it’s appropriate to pose the more fundamental question: What, exactly, is art?
As a Tullahoma native and Tullahoma High School graduate, the well-being and success of my hometown and home county has always mattered a great deal to me — despite choosing to leave the state for college and my current adventure moving to New York to work in magazine journalism.
Understanding who we are as a community, what our role is as a newspaper and prioritizing hyper-local content – then expanding on it to be more complete than ever.
On Friday, the Tullahoma High School football team, cheerleading squad, marching band and JROTC honored its senior members during senior night ceremonies before the Wildcats hosted Giles County. All photos were taken by staff photographer Zach Birdsong.