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New plans have been announced for the relocation of Hibbett Sports in Northgate Mall, moving from its current indoor location to an outdoor storefront right next to Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft store.

Micro Craft, Inc. recently increased their manufacturing capability and capacity with the purchase and installation of two new CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Mazak mills as part of their facility upgrade project.

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The Public Building Authority (PBA) is considering asking Middle Tennessee State University to conduct an economic study of the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center again. PBA members discussed the possibility at their Jan. 10 meeting.

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Deadline is quickly approaching for those who want to hear their voice heard in the upcoming presidential primary but haven’t yet registered to vote.

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An intruder left his gun behind after he was caught on camera hopping a fence and trespassing on an East Grundy man’s property.

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A rumored social media threat led staff and administrators at Tullahoma High School to operate with “an abundance of caution” Thursday, according to school officials.

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The skies were overcast and snow was fluttering to the ground, but the dreary weather didn’t stop dozens of people from gathering to honor the mission of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the annual march, sponsored by the We Care Committee.

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Dozens of citizens from all backgrounds braved below-freezing temperatures, harsh winds and snow flurries Monday, Jan. 20 to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a march from C.D. Stamps Community Center to Tullahoma City Hall.

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For the third time in program history, the Tullahoma High School boys bowling team earned a seat into the TSSAA State Tournament, after knocking off Walker Valley 21-6 at Tullahoma Lanes on Monday.

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The walls and shelves in Clayton’s Shoe Store are covered with old family photos, military uniforms from World War II, nostalgic signs and even a penny-farthing still decorated in red and green streamers from when it was ridden by Clayton Hart during the town Christmas parade. The employees …

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When Martin Luther posted his 99 Theses to the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany on October 31, 1517, he did so to raise debate about the question of indulgences. His simple act brought about the beginning of the Protestant Reformation.

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It will be a case of winner take all at the March primaries for the judge’s seat. 

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A probable lightning strike led to a small fire in a Tullahoma home but fire officials say the situation was a best-case-scenario for everyone involved.

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The Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury has released the audit report of the Public Building Authority (PBA) for Fiscal Year 2018-2019. PBA owns and manages the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center.

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In a recent report – Broken Ground: Why America Keeps Building More Jails and What It Can Do Instead – completed by the Vera Institute of Justice, researchers selected a sample of 77 counties, including Coffee County, in 31 states to better understand the public arguments made in favor of ja…

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The Coffee County Drug Court Foundation (CCDCF) has been selected to receive $100,000 annually from the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS). The drug court foundation will use the awarded funds to provide housing options for people recovering from sub…

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The Tullahoma Downtown Lions Club held their last meeting of the year. The club invited two special guests to their lunch meeting to present them with donations.

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Kimberley Clark, mother of Gavin Clark, is asking for the community’s support in the dreadful days after the death of her grandson, 5-week-old Noah Clark. Gavin, 21, was charged with aggravated child abuse and first degree murder for Noah’s death. He is held in Coffee County Jail on a $2 mil…

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Derick Mann, owner of Minuteman Press in Tullahoma, started his career at The Herald Chronicle as a sports writer. Mann started a Show Horse Magazine ten years ago after leaving his job at another magazine. It is now curated and printed at Minuteman Press, bringing Mann’s two biggest project…

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New membership rules for American legion passed by congress this past year could increase the membership of the national American Legion organization by several million, according to www.legion.org.

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While the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center suffered a net operating loss of nearly $340,000 in Fiscal Year 2019, the center’s management notes the facility’s benefits outweigh the expenses.

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Jason Coker was impressed with Arnold Engineering Development Complex long before recently accepting a leadership post within the organization.

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Coffee County officials are trying to find out if the county does in fact own the building housing Coffee County Lannom Library in Tullahoma. While the building appears on the list of buildings owned by the county on Coffee County’s website, the deed shows Tullahoma City is the owner.

A man fleeing the scene of an alleged break-in ended up having the air let out of his run from the law when he ran over spike strips, leaving his truck limping away.

A youth faces resisting arrest and shoplifting charges after he was caught trying to smuggle out wine from Wal-Mart, the bottles protruding from his clothing as he made his getaway.

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The Tullahoma Police Department bid a bittersweet farewell to one of its own last month as Bob Looney retired from his 40-year career.

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Coffee County Lannom Memorial Public Library counted down to 2020 twelve hours early, hosting a “noon year’s eve” party from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for children. Not only did it prove helpful to parents of the children that beg to stay up until midnight, the party was also full of crafts, …