Dust off your lederhosen and get loosened up for the Chicken Dance. Oktoberfest is coming to the South Jackson Civic Center Saturday with music, food, games and perhaps even a little beer.
The Raus Community Improvement Club presented “Raus History Comes Alive”, a Halloween themed fundraiser that provided tours of three historic cemeteries around the township. All proceeds went toward the planned restoration and renovations of the Raus School House.
A Storytelling Workshop was held at South Jackson Civic Center on Saturday night. The class was taught by Grand Slam Moth Champion Mark Lamb. He grew up in Kentucky before moving to New York City when he was 38. He is a choreographer, and began using dance to tell southern stories. Critics t…
The members of the Coffee County Senior Citizens Center on North Collins Street are inviting anyone who likes crafting to join them as they host an inaugural craft fair at the beginning of next month.
Tullahoma Bowling Lanes played host to Special Olympics Area 13’s bowling tournament last Tuesday, with students aged nine to 12 from five counties and seven school districts in attendance.
In keeping with his campaign promise to hold town hall meetings, Alderman Daniel Berry spent an hour discussing relevant issues in and around Tullahoma with his constituents last Tuesday night inside C.D. Stamps Community Center.
Leigh Fogle has been appointed a seat on the Tullahoma Arts Council for the remainder of the unexpired term ending on Aug. 12, 2021. The Board of Mayor and Alderman unanimously approved Mayor Curlee’s recommendation at the meeting last Monday.
Motlow Community College’s Super Motlow Mixer welcomed guests and chamber members from the Tullahoma Area, Bedford, Lincoln, Moore, Coffee and Franklin counties, all coming together to celebrate 50 years since the college’s founding.
The last two weeks of farmers market season are upon us. Both Trinity Lutheran Church’s Wednesday morning and Farmer’s Market Tullahoma’s Monday afternoon markets will be closing for the remainder of the year at the end of this month.
The board of directors for Tullahoma Utilities Authority recently approved the purchase of more than half a million dollars-worth of equipment, including a new bucket truck, a new backhoe and a new 66-inch screw pump.
The eighth annual One Day of Hope took place last Saturday, inviting over 3,000 guests to flood The Coffee County Fairgrounds and enjoy a full day of free services including medical and dental help, haircuts, clothing, food, children’s books and more.
One person’s unwanted shoes can help provide meaningful opportunities that many in developing nations need, which is why the GFWC Centennial Woman’s Club of Tullahoma has launched a shoe drive to collect 1,000 pairs of new or gently-worn shoes by November 12. Shoes of any size, condition and…
As Tullahoma gears up for its election season, Secretary of State Tre Hargett has announced Tennessee’s online voter registration hit more than half a million transactions since it launched in September 2017. That includes new online voter registrations or voters updating their addresses.
Noel Hall, Tullahoma’s new United States Post Office’s (USPS) new postmaster was sworn in on Friday morning. A meet-and-greet reception was held followed by the swearing in ceremony.
Right now, more than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s. 16 million individuals are serving as their unpaid caregivers, according to The Alzheimer’s Association.
The inaugural Exit 111 Festival brought another unforgettable experience to Great Stage Park in Manchester this weekend as legendary hard rock and heavy metal bands thrashed on three stages for three days.
The Beechcraft Museum held its 46th Annual Beech Party last week. 175 airplanes flew in for the event that began on Wednesday and ended on Sunday afternoon. Over 600 people were in attendance. About 20 pilots flew in and camped out for the weekend, some traveling from as far as Calgary, Albe…
EnableComp celebrated the grand opening of their new office in Tullahoma with a ribbon cutting on Wednesday. A reception was held along with a tour of the new office.
Sara Edwards, a postal worker for The United States Post Office (USPS) in Tullahoma, received the opportunity of a lifetime in September when she was flown out to Los Angeles to film a commercial for the company’s upcoming holiday campaign.
This Thursday will see downtown Tullahoma put its best culinary foot forward during the annual Taste of Tullahoma and Business Expo, hosted by the Tullahoma Area Chamber of Commerce and Master of Ceremonies/Christopher Equipment.
Fans of furry, four-legged friends will have an opportunity to help out the Coffee County Humane Society (CCHS) if they dine at Zaxby’s of Tullahoma next week, according to CCHS officials.
A couple of weeks ago, a nine-year-old Staffordshire Pitbull wearing a pink collar walked up to The Tullahoma News office and immediately made friends with many members of the staff. One Facebook post later, the dog’s owner turned up at the officeto retrieve her.
Alzheimer’s Tennessee’s South Central office will be hosting an Alzheimer’s 101 Training class next Tuesday, Oct. 15. The class will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at First Christian Church.
After serving as the Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC) vice director for the past year, Edward Ayer has departed from Arnold Air Force Base to begin the next phase of his Air Force career by returning to where it began.
Tullahoma Police Chief Jason Williams has only been on the job for two weeks, but he’s already building relationships and taking stock of his police force.
This weekend Great Stage Park will be head banging and moshing when the Exit 111 Music Festival comes to town. The newest festival to the Bonnaroo grounds will see dozens of hard rock and heavy metal bands converge on Manchester for three days of metal mania.
A writer’s workshop took place last week at Coffee County Lannom Memorial Library and D.W. Wilson Community Center to assist those interested in becoming published authors in Tullahoma. Each day focused on different topics including first steps for writers, self-editing, publishing, social m…
Gloyer-Taylor Laboratories, LLC. (GTL) will receive funding through the City of Tullahoma UDAG commercial loan program. The $200,000 loan proceeds will be used for interim funding to complete the contracted project specifications pending government reimbursement.
There is quite a bit of news happening at Tullahoma’s post office. The business has acquired a new postmaster. Noel Hall will be taking the reigns as the new head of the post office. A reception is set to be held in his honor.
Tullahoma’s newest chief of police officially began his duties on Monday, and the public will have the opportunity to welcome him to town before the next meeting of the Tullahoma Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
Not many people would jump out of a perfectly good airplane in mid-flight, two miles above the Earth. However, Tullahoma resident Jeana Billings not only does it with frequency but she’s gotten quite good at reaching terminal velocity with style. So good, in fact, that she and her team XP8 a…
The Hands-On Science Center has partnered with The American Lung Association to bring forth a new program to educate kids about air pollution. The program also entails hanging different colored flags on the pole outside of the center, in order to inform locals of the air pollution levels on …
Along with providing an afternoon of food and fun on their Jackson Street campus Tuesday afternoon, the Tullahoma Utility Authority did something else important – they showed people how not to get electrocuted.
The Women Building Women Ministry at Mt. Zion Baptist Church will be looking “Pretty in Pink” on Saturday, Oct. 12 as they hold their third annual breast cancer awareness event.
Reyes Holdings, L.L.C. has announced that its wholly owned company, Great Lakes Coca-Cola Bottling, closed today on the acquisition of Coca-Cola Bottling Works of Tullahoma, Inc., headquartered in Tullahoma, Tennessee.
The Centenarian Club of Bedford County and Family Staffing Solutions, LLC played host to a ceremony last Friday at National Healthcare Corporation – Tullahoma (NHC), honoring Altie R. Hines, Mildred Johnson and Clara Scott and welcoming them to the Centenarian Club. Hines and Scott were pres…
As part of a nationwide celebration of public lands and resources, the Tennessee Duck River Development Agency spent two hours Saturday morning picking up litter along the banks of Normandy Lake.
Hoping for the best but preparing for the worst, the Tullahoma Fire Department found themselves in the city skyline this past week, fire-fighters going to dizzying heights to simulate an emergency that might be for real one day.