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The students at East Middle School are testing out their green thumbs thanks to a garden gift from Tractor Supply Company.

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When the Exit 111 Festival was announced earlier this month, organizers promised the three-day rock festival would transform Great Stage Park, the property that also hosts Bonnaroo, into a “rock and roll playground.”

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Members of the community had an opportunity to sit down with their local police officers and enjoy a “cuppa joe” at the inaugural Coffee with a Cop at Starbucks on North Jackson Street on Tuesday, April 15.

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Two local medical professionals have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their alleged participation in illegally prescribing and dispensing opioids and other dangerous narcotic and health care fraud schemes.

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Nine educators were recognized by the Tullahoma City Schools Board of Education Monday night for their dedication to their professions and molding the minds of Tullahoma students.

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Employees of Tullahoma City Schools who live outside the city limits will no longer need to worry about paying tuition for their children to attend school where they work.

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Safe families program to focus on post-crisis healing, recovery

Micro Craft, Inc. has created an Apprentice Machinist Award Program, the company announced this week. This program has been designed to support the local community surrounding its manufacturing facility in Tullahoma.

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Batterer’s intervention classes get abusers to examine their own behavior

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The Elk River District of the Middle Tennessee Council Boy Scouts of America has recognized Sen. Janice Bowling, presenting her with the Middle Tennessee Council 2019 Good Scout Award.

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Some of Tullahoma’s finest women were recognized Tuesday afternoon by their peers at the fifth annual Women Impacting the Community Luncheon, sponsored by the Tullahoma Area Chamber of Commerce, SmartBank and Woodard’s Diamond and Designs.

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Tullahoma’s Marjorie Collier and Dennis Horn were honored on Sunday, April 7, when a bridge located within the Short Springs Natural Area was formally dedicated to them by the Tullahoma Board of Mayor and Aldermen.

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Tullahoma High School’s annual come-and-go coffee house fundraiser, Jazz Night Out, will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. next Tuesday night, April 16, band officials announced.

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Probation office works to help abusers break the cycle of violence

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On the heels of a lawsuit that ended up with Coffee County paying former employee Melinda Keeling nearly $1 million, State Representative Rush Bricken has sponsored a bill (HB 1087) to revise the Public Employee Political Freedom Act (PEPFA). A companion bill in the Senate is sponsored by Se…

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After experiencing massive success last year with its summer feeding program food truck, the Tullahoma City Schools Nutrition Department has now purchased its very own ride and is breaking barriers while doing it.

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For the third-straight year, the East Lincoln Elementary archery team left Murfreesboro with the first-place title at the Tennessee National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) Title on March 29.

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In an effort to assist those most in need in the community, nonprofit agencies, local churches and more are once again coming together to put on Another Day of Hope.

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Court system efforts focus on safety of domestic violence victims

In an effort to assist those most in need in the community, nonprofit agencies, local churches and more are once again coming together to put on Another Day of Hope.

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The Coffee County Board of Education will not be extending the contract of Director of Schools LaDonna McFall, Ph.D. The move follows McFall’s announcement late last month that she no longer wished to continue in her position at Coffee County Schools.

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Gov. Bill Lee has been to Winchester several times while campaigning for the office he claimed in November 2018, but his visit Saturday will mark his first appearance as the state’s highest leader.

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Officials with the Tullahoma Art Center are no stranger to wear and tear, but recent inspections of the center have determined a number of issues that need to be addressed sooner rather than later for the building’s integrity.

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Sheriff’s department averages 3 domestic violence calls per day

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Morning commuters got quite the surprise on Tuesday when a large portion of the second-busiest road in town was closed due to a fuel spill.

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TUA President Brian Skelton is getting a raise, thanks to a vote from the board of the Tullahoma Utilities Authority.

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Violence witnessed in childhood can have lifelong ramifications

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More than a year after it was first proposed, the Tullahoma Utilities Authority solar farm is scheduled to begin operating tomorrow, April 1, according to TUA officials.

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Motlow State Community College recently welcomed John Chandler III, Ph.D., as dean of athletics and physical education. He replaces Dan McShea, who had served as interim director of athletics since August 2018.

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Following recent complaints from residents and contentious discussions at city meetings about the area, the city has requested a traffic study be conducted on the intersection of Ovoca and Riley Creek roads.

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Today, March 29, marks the 82nd day that Tullahoma Police Chief Paul Blackwell has been on paid administrative leave while the city investigates police department procedures and protocols.

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After seven years at the helm and months of asking for a contract extension, Coffee County Director of Schools LaDonna McFall has announced she no longer seeks to extend her contract with Coffee County Schools, according to Board of Education Chairman Brett Henley.

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The cost of installing new sidewalks that connect the Rock Creek Greenway’s newest phase to East Grundy Street has risen by more than $7,000, according to a memo on the issue.

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After hearing a detailed presentation at its Feb. 25 meeting, the Tullahoma Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted unanimously to pass a resolution in support of a Blue Star and Gold Star Memorial to be installed in History Park in downtown Tullahoma.