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As tensions between law enforcement and citizens grows following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, a peaceful protest against police brutality has been scheduled for this weekend in Winchester.

A local doctor is leading the charge to convince Gov. Bill Lee to relax the absentee balloting law as the state still guards against COVID-19 even as the election season looms.

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Another week and another scam to report as a local woman told police she was ripped off to the tune of $1,900 by an online con.

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Trying to outrun the law in reverse didn’t work out so well for a local man who backed his way into a host of charges.

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The slipper didn’t fit for a local man who was caught blowing through a red-light on North Jackson Street, leaving him to answer citations in court.

The Tullahoma City Schools system is soliciting sealed bids for duplicating and computer paper for the upcoming school year through the end of June.

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Last month, a victim reported to Tullahoma Police Department that her husband Christopher Blackman of East Fort Street entered the victim’s home, gathered the family and forced them upstairs into one single room. Blackman began making threats to harm them.

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The Coffee County Budget and Finance Committee voted on May 27 to pay for the additional deficit of the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center using county hotel tax revenues.

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An Indiana man faces multiple charges after he nearly caused a major accident on Interstate 24 while trying to evade capture by lawmen on foot.

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The Coffee County Budget and Finance Committee voted on May 27 to transfer the obligation for covering payroll costs at the Coffee County Communications Center from the county to the 911 board, effective Jan. 1, 2021. This vote means payroll and employee benefits – an annual expense of about…

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A family outing on the Duck River in Bedford County turned to tragedy yesterday afternoon this weekend kayaking with her parents.

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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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According to ongoing budget discussions, Tullahoma City Schools officials anticipate the budget for the 2020-2021 school year will be more than $36 million.

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Lynchburg Music Fest carries momentum despite COVID-19. LMF announces a new venue for this year’s festival entitled, “Music Hollow.” The farm is located in the south of the county filled with spacious fields and beautiful landscape.

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It looks like it is going to be a sweet summer at Tims Ford State Park (TFSP). The park celebrated World Bee Day on May 20 – this time with their very own honeybees.

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The Tennessee Supreme this past week issued an Order that extends the judicial state of emergency and eases restrictions imposed by previous court orders. These changes include allowing jury trials to begin after July 3 with strict protocols; allows eviction cases to be heard beginning June …

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Coffee County Sheriff Chad Partin has not released any inmates because of the COVID-19 pandemic, even though jails were encouraged to decrease the population by granting inmates early release.

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The Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE) has opened up nominations for the Recognizing Inspirational School Employees (RISE) Award this week.

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Tullahoma Police Department has arrested and charged three Tullahoma men in connection with burglaries of several local businesses as well as two armed robberies that occurred at Speedway of Tullahoma.

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A pair of controlled detonations is scheduled to take place Monday, June 1, according to Tullahoma Police Department officials.

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When she posted a silly photo of her daughter’s recent baptism on Facebook, Taylor Deaton never expected it to go viral.

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The Motlow chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) international honor society and its leadership was recently recognized as one of the top 100 chapters in the world, and brought home several awards, at the 2020 International PTK Virtual Catalyst Convention.

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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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Memorial Day serves as a reminder to honor those who have given their lives for our country. A local veteran literally goes the extra mile to remember his fallen friends and remind Tullahoma that Memorial Day should be honored no matter what is happening in the world.

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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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The Commissary at Arnold Air Force Base has continued to provide safe and reliable access to food and other necessary supplies throughout the coronavirus crisis.

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TOP Rehab will offer several summer programs for children, beginning June 1. TOP Rehab has clinics in Manchester and Tullahoma. These summer activities will be held at the Tullahoma office.

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Today, the U.S. Small Business Administration, in consultation with the U.S Department of the Treasury, released the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Forgiveness Application and detailed instructions for the application.

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The Covid-19 Pandemic has affected people of all ages. Specifically, those who experience symptoms related to Parkinson’s disease are expected to experience a decline in function due to their lack of activity and interaction with others during this time.

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Pelham native Denny Gilliam, 53, loved being a registered nurse, and it was his drive to help others with the COVID-19 pandemic in the New York City metropolitan area that may have ultimately cost him his life.

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Tullahomans are ready to get back out into the world to shop and eat, according to the Consumer Sentiment Survey released by city officials.

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Some local organizations have a couple of events planned to safely celebrate Memorial Day amidst the COVID-19 epidemic. The federal holiday is on Monday, May 25, honoring and mourning those who died while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces.

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The drive-through Food Fair at Trinity Lutheran Church will become a walk-through farmer’s market when it opens this Wednesday, as they head back toward normalcy.

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We always start with each of our communities in mind, but this spring of 2020 united us all in the Middle Tennessee region served by Motlow State Community College. We unite behind the success of our students and for workforce development. We unite because, in times of adversity, Tennesseans…

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In times of need, people come together to support one another. The American Red Cross is asking for healthy individuals to step up to help patients experiencing health crises by donating blood or platelets.

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The Tullahoma Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) is coming out of quarantine just in time for their annual Chamber Classic golf tournament on June 5 at Lakewood Golf and Country Club. The event is sponsored by First Vision Bank.

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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.

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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Three Girl Scouts from local Troop 2163 were given the honor to participate in rank-level Zoom meetings with the CEO and president of Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee Agenia Clark. Troop 2163 is led by Greg Gressel.