Though this summer may feel different than summers past, one thing remains constant: The need for blood donations to help save lives. The American Red Cross is urging healthy individuals to give blood to restock the shelves for patients battling disease and facing the unexpected.

Fill out an admission application. Register for classes. Complete dual enrollment requirements. Confirm your financial aid status. Each of these steps is required if you plan to attend Motlow State in Fall 2020. Classes begin Aug. 24.

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At an Air Force installation, a Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, or SARC, serves as the installation’s primary point of contact for integrating and coordinating sexual assault victim care services for eligible recipients.

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Since the active case COVID-19 case count in Coffee County reached the .5% threshold, Tullahoma City Schools officials announced the school system would fully transition to the hybrid model by Monday, Aug. 17.

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The Tullahoma Fire Department bid a bittersweet bon voyage to one of its own last weekend when Deputy Fire Chief Tim Stubblefield retired after three decades of service to the department.

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Coffee County passed the 500-COVID-19-case mark Friday afternoon, according to the latest report from the Tennessee Department of Health. The overall total now stands at 507, with 285 of those cases considered active.

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Masks protect people from COVID-19 the same way umbrellas protect them from rain, said Director of Coffee County Emergency Medical Services Michael Bonner.

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The 2020 Walk to End Alzheimer’s for Tullahoma-Lynchburg will continue virtually Sept. 19 to ensure safety for participates during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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A Franklin County resident has been taken into custody by Franklin County Sheriff’s Office authorities and charged with criminal homicide, according to Sgt. Chris Guess, public information officer for Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.

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COVID-19 has been confirmed inside both Robert E. Lee Elementary School and Tullahoma High School, according to Tullahoma City Schools officials.

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Motlow State President Dr. Michael Torrence has been appointed to the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Commission on Institutional Infrastructure and Transformation. The Commission appointment is for three years, from July 1, 2020, until June 30, 2023.

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Polls open tomorrow morning across the county for the state and federal primary and county and municipal general elections.

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There are now more than 400 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Coffee County, including 15 more active cases and one more recovery, according to the Tennessee Department of Health.

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Tullahoma Police Department is investigating a shooting that took place this afternoon on Hillwood Road in the north part of town. 

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Coffee County added 25 more active cases of COVID-19 over Friday, bringing the overall total to 395, according to the latest information from the Tennessee Department of Health.

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Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) continues to support their members by providing payment assistance through Project HELP.

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When Amy, of Coffee County, first reached out to Shepherd’s House for help, she was nearing rock bottom. Addicted and alone, she found support at the shelter. Now, Amy wants to help others who have found themselves without a home.

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Haven of Hope continues to serve victims of domestic violence during the pandemic, which has intensified the victims’ struggles because of the stresses related to anxiety and uncertainty, according to Jennifer Singleton, program director for Haven of Hope. In times of uncertainty, financial …

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Current and future Motlow State students can now use the Financial Aid Office’s new GetAnswers Video portal and Artificial Intelligence Chatbot service for 24/7/365 answers to Financial Aid questions.

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County and state officials met with representatives of Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores to discuss construction of the proposed truck stop in Coffee County. The project hit a hurdle last year and developers with the Love’s Travel Stops submitted an application with the US Army Corps of…

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A woman was taken to the emergency room this past week after she choked on the evidence while trying to swallow an alleged bag of drugs before police could find it.

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Tennessee Governor Bill Lee has announced that he will soon sign Executive Order No. 55, which will include TSSAA member schools in an exception to contact sports restrictions.

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The Coffee County Fair will go on as scheduled despite the pandemic as the fair board voted this past week to hold the annual exhibition thus continuing the 160-year tradition.

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Coffee County officially has two COVID-related deaths to its tally, according to the latest numbers from the Tennessee Department of Health.

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Are you mature and self-motivated? If you are and you’re looking for a career, then you may be Hobby Lobby material.

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If you think you may be wanted, contact the sheriff’s department and ask. Don’t fall for a scam that is going around whereby victims are targeted by a conman looking to relieve them of their money.

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The “No judgement zone” will become a “masked zone” Aug. 1 as Planet Fitness will require its clients to wear masks inside their purple gyms.

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Woodard’s Diamonds & Design is pleased to announce that Stephanie Wilson will be joining the team as Director of Business Development & Special Events effective August 3rd. In this new role for Woodard’s, Stephanie will work closely with Mr. Woodard on jewelry buying, coordinating sp…

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The Tullahoma Board of Mayor and Aldermen wants to know what is going on with the Tullahoma Art Center (TAC) and it has paused the center’s annual appropriation from the city until someone from the center gives it an answer.

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A man faces felony charges after he held a gun to his girlfriend’s head during a domestic incident as their 1-year-old daughter slept in the next room.