Coffee County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) has seen significant improvement over the last several years, with the service responding to calls much more quickly now.
For the 11th year, the Tullahoma Downtown Lions Club invites the community to ring in the holiday season with a musical concert presented by the Tullahoma Civic Choir.
In the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918, all hostility on the Western front of World War I ceased, bringing an official end to the “war to end all wars.”
November is Diabetes Awareness Month and nutrition director for Tennova Healthcare – Harton Angie Sowers encourages local residents to learn about the disease, which can, in many cases, be prevented.
To honor former employee Lisa McCoy and to raise awareness of domestic violence, employees of Marcrom’s Pharmacy in Manchester have organized a 5K event called “Shining a Light.”
Allen Lendley, director of Coffee County Emergency Management Agency, has begun his training in the National Emergency Management Advanced Academy.
The intersection of Ovoca and Riley Creek roads may be getting a facelift, if the Tullahoma Municipal Regional Planning Commission has anything to say about it.
“Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” the 1979 Tony Award-winning musical thriller with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by High Wheeler, takes the boards this weekend at the South Jackson Civic Center.
The athletes competing in the Special Olympics Adult Bowling event for Area 13 on Wednesday morning arrived expecting a morning of friendly competition.
Tullahoma’s home-grown country music star Dustin Lynch received the honor of a lifetime and a “dream come true” when he was formally inducted into the Grand Ole Opry on Sept. 18.
The tornado that hit the Hillsboro area of Coffee County early Tuesday morning has been classified EF-2 by the National Weather Service, according to Allen Lendley, director of Coffee County Emergency Management Agency (EMA).
A century ago, an armistice agreement was signed in the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, bringing an end to World War I – also known as the Great War or “the war to end all wars.”
In celebration of National Family Literacy Month, Coffee County Lannom Memorial Library has partnered with one of Tullahoma High School’s honor societies to host a free-for-all-ages Family Literacy Night at the library Thursday, Nov. 15.
Electrical customers of Tullahoma Utilities Authority who also possess a green thumb have a unique opportunity to enhance the tree canopy of the area and increase their energy efficiency, TUA officials have announced.
November was designated as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month by President Ronald Reagan in 1983. In congruence with this, the Alzheimer’s Tennessee Association is gearing up for an important event to help bring awareness to the disease.
With Halloween in the rearview mirror, people who are looking for Thanksgiving and Christmas home décor need look no further than Tullahoma High School this weekend.
On the heels of a controversial Public Building Authority (PBA) decision to change its bylaws to increase Manchester’s representation on its board, the Coffee County Legislative Committee has voted to ask the authority to refrain from making any new appointments until the County Technical As…
Tournament MVP Alexandra Rouse scored the game-winning goal, her second of the game, just past the 71-minute mark to lead the Motlow State Community College Lady Bucks to a 3-2 victory over Southwest Tennessee and the TCCAA/Region VII Tournament championship Friday afternoon at St. George’s …
On Monday, the Coffee County Election Commission held a second meeting to elect an administrator of elections, after a vote conducted earlier this month violated state laws.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended that everyone get an influenza vaccination by the end of October - and that vaccination is the best way to prevent getting the flu, according to Tullahoma doctor Richard Vaughn.
With only seven weeks remaining, tnAchieves, the partnering organization that administers Gov. Haslam’s Tennessee Promise in 84 counties, needs 4,500 more mentors to meet its goal of providing every Tennessee Promise applicant from the class of 2019 with a local support system.
October is Let’s Talk Month, and the Tennessee Department of Health and local organizations are encouraging parents and caregivers to take part in the annual campaign that empowers parents to take advantage of teachable moments every day to talk with their family about healthy relationships.
With Halloween fast approaching, the remainder of the holiday season is close at hand, which means the Tullahoma branch of the Salvation Army is gearing up to help families in need this year.
Join Tullahoma Parks and Recreation for a fall festival on Oct. 27 at the D.W. Wilson Community Center from 9 a.m. till 2 p.m. The festival will feature many family-friendly games and activities for all ages.
The grand marshal of the 62nd Tullahoma Christmas Parade will be outgoing Director of Tullahoma City Schools Dan Lawson, the Tullahoma Area Chamber of Commerce announced Tuesday.
After two years of speculation and more than a year after the official announcement, the time has finally come for Publix Super Markets to open its doors to the people of Tullahoma and the surrounding area.
“Singin’ in the Rain” is coming to the Manchester Arts Center stage Oct. 26 through Nov. 4. The musical, adapted from the 1952 movie of the same name, opens tonight.
Seven weeks after taking office, Coffee County Sheriff Chad Partin unveiled internal changes to the Coffee County Sheriff Department and jail to the Manchester Times.
Mayor Lane Curlee wants to remind the people of Tullahoma they still have some time left to contribute to the donation drive for the people of Blountstown, Florida.
The Public Building Authority (PBA) voted on Sept. 14 to give Manchester another seat on the board, a move that PBA Board Member Greg Sandlin, who represents Tullahoma, believes is against PBA bylaws.
To correct law violations that occurred during a vote conducted earlier this month to select a new administrator of elections, the Coffee County Election Commission is set to hold another public meeting and vote anew.
On Friday, the Tullahoma High School football team, cheerleading squad, marching band and JROTC honored its senior members during senior night ceremonies before the Wildcats hosted Giles County. All photos were taken by staff photographer Zach Birdsong.