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In honor of National Public Lands Day, Tennessee State Parks, friends groups and Tennessee State Natural Areas are hosting a variety of volunteer stewardship projects, and free hikes and interpretive programs on Saturday, Sept. 22.

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A popular tribute band will once again rock the night away in Frazier McEwen Park later this month, according to parks and recreation officials.

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The Tullahoma Sports Council will likely be turned into a nonprofit organization, according to discussion at the latest meeting of the Tullahoma Board of Mayor and Aldermen.

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Local dance and comedy troupe TriquetrA will make its stage debut with “The Saint Who Danced” this weekend at the South Jackson Civic Center. Performances kick off tonight at 7 p.m. and will also take place at 7 p.m. on Saturday and 2:30 p.m. on Sunday.

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Hurricane Florence had been downgraded to a Category 2 storm by the time it approached the East Coast on Thursday, but officials were warning residents in the projected landfall area to take the threat posed by this storm seriously.

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An ongoing lawsuit between the City of Tullahoma and the Coffee County Board of Education (CCBOE) over distribution of liquor-by-the-drink taxes will head to the Tennessee Supreme Court, according to the city’s lead counsel and a vote by the Tullahoma Board of Mayor and Alderman.

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Citizens are invited to pay homage the thousands of people who lost their lives – including 343 New York City Firefighters – in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on America, the city has announced.

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Lighting up the historic South Jackson Civic Center this weekend with her sparkling voice and personality is local singer Erica Petersen. Petersen will present “Songs of the Stage” at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday at the center.

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More flexible requirements related to minimum residential setbacks in Coffee County outside of city limits have been approved by the Coffee County Planning Committee.

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While many of us marked the unofficial end of summer with Labor Day weekend barbecues and pool parties, hundreds of runners laced up their shoes for a three-day race at Deadman Park.

Former sheriff serves his final shift

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The Tullahoma Civic Choir, under the direction of retired Tullahoma High School music teacher Ann Baldwin, invites new and returning singers to “make beautiful music together” during its 11th annual holiday concert.

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After a months-long delay due to federal regulations, the Tullahoma Utilities Authority is now one step closer to constructing its own solar farm, according to discussion at its Aug. 28 board meeting.

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Though an official vote has not yet been held, the Tullahoma City School Board has found the next superintendent of Tullahoma City Schools, and they set up a chance for the community to meet him last week.

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Trinity Care Center in Tullahoma is celebrating 25 years of providing day care services to adults in the area. A nonprofit organization, Trinity Care Center is the only adult day care center in the area licensed by the state, according to executive director Betty Aukeman.

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Locals are invited to enjoy a star-studded evening of music and activities this weekend, all while raising money to aid in the fight against cancer.

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For roughly four years, Hands and Feet Ministry in Tullahoma has offered help to individuals who need repairs to their homes and can’t afford to pay for the renovations on their own.

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UPDATE: A 17-year-old male has been arrested in connection with the investigation of social media threats at Tullahoma High School.

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In an effort to meet the needs of both residential and commercial uses in the city, the planning commission approved a new zoning district for the city at its Monday, Aug. 20 meeting.

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The Tullahoma City Schools Board of Education invites the Tullahoma community to meet the finalist for the position of director of Tullahoma City Schools tonight, Aug. 29, at 5 p.m., at Tullahoma High School.

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Partners for Healing is gearing up for its fundraising event, Healing on the Hill. The event will be held 5:30-9 p.m. on Saturday, at Jack Daniel Distillery’s Barbeque Hill, which overlooks Moore County.

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The Tullahoma Sports Council received a hefty donation from Jimmy and Mary Louise Stewart, city officials have announced.

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The Tullahoma News received a visit from a senatorial candidate last Thursday when Phil Bredesen, the Democratic contender for Bob Corker’s Senate seat, was in Tullahoma for a campaign fundraiser.

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The latest recipient of the Clyde W. Smith Jr. Leadership Award will be Dr. Dianne Sawyer, the longtime English teacher for the district, the Tullahoma City Schools Board of Education has announced.