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The Department of Homeland Security has delayed the requirement for air travelers to have a Real ID-compliant form of identification by May 3, 2023. 

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Tennesseans receiving Women, Infants and Children (WIC) benefits now have an easier way to navigate their benefits inside and out of the grocery store.

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Blood Assurance is urging all eligible donors to make an appointment to donate blood as soon as possible to help area patients and hospitals, as there is an ongoing massive trauma at one of the hospitals in Blood Assurance’s service areas.

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In recognition of April being designated Financial Literacy Month, Ascend Federal Credit Union has added a special section to its online financial education center to help Middle Tennesseans improve their money management skills.

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The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has granted the State of Tennessee’s petition for an en banc appeal of an earlier decision by the Appeals Court to uphold the injunction against Tennessee’s 48-hour waiting period with regard to abortions.

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While it was just by a single penny, Tennessee saw the price of gas drop for only the second time this year, a drop amplified in Tullahoma where gas prices ducked three cents below the state average.

According to Tennessee Department of Education officials, the deadline to submit applications for the Grow Your Own grants is May 7. Click the link for more. 

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U.S. Rep. John Rose is putting out the call to all high school student artists to submit their work to potentially be displayed at the U.S. Capitol. Read more here. 

The Tennessee House of Representatives has passed HJR8, a resolution declaring that the state legislature seeks to join other states in proposing an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to establish term limits on Congress. The bipartisan vote was 53 yeas - 34 nays, overwhelmingly in favor of …

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Severe thunderstorms can happen anytime during the year but become more common during the spring months when air becomes unstable – sometimes bringing high winds, hail, torrential rains and even tornadoes.

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The Morning Pointe Foundation, together with Neurologist Dr. Matthew Kodsi, MD, Ph.D., vice president of medical affairs for CHI Memorial, and the Southeast Tennessee Alzheimer’s Association, will present “Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia,” a virtual Caregiver Café seminar about the la…

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If you got your education through ITT Technically Institute between 2007 and 2011, there is a chance you may have your student debt forgiven if the state’s attorney general gets his way.

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While April is Autism Awareness Month, those who work with people on the spectrum believe it should also be Autism Acceptance Month. Read more here. 

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Tennessee businesses will be eligible to receive more pandemic assistance through a bill that will exempt relief funds from state taxes.

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If you are 60 or over or disabled you may be able to apply for SNAP benefits by simply making a phone call.

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For the first time this year, the Tennessee Gas Price Average decreased week over week - falling 2 cents over the last week. The Tennessee Gas Price average is now $2.67 which is nearly 17 cents more than one month ago and 89 cents more than one year ago. In Tullahoma, a gallon of 87 octane …

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Regal Cinemas parent company Cineworld announced recently that it will be reopening its theaters in the U.S. starting in April, with Tullahoma Regal Cinema 8 currently scheduled to reopen on May 21. Read more here. 

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The Auto Club Group has announced award opportunities are available to current participating AAA School Safety Patrol schools for the 2020-2021 AAA School Safety Patrol Award Opportunities.

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Blood Assurance has received 2,410 donations since the beginning of their “Donor Madness” event that began on March 18. The event is to highlight the need for blood and to celebrate Blood Assurance donors. Blood Assurance is hoping to collect at least 6,500 units of blood, platelets, and pla…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought overwhelming grief to many families and the Federal Emergency Management Agency will be offering assistance soon to offer financial assistance in the way funeral expenses for those who have lost loved ones do to COVID-19.

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Warning of a growing immigration crisis that could be felt soon here in Tullahoma, U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn made a trip to Arizona to see first-hand what is happening at the border, noting what she saw is cause for concern.

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The Department of Revenue is extending the filing and payment deadline for Hall income tax returns and, for certain taxpayers, the franchise and excise tax return from April 15 to May 17. 

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With severe weather expected this week across Tennessee, the American Red Cross urges people to take steps today to be prepared for the unexpected.

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Jack Daniel's Distillery has announced that Lexie Phillips has been named Assistant Distiller, making her the first woman to serve in that official capacity for the iconic Tennessee Whiskey brand. Read more here. 

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Tennessee and the rest of the country is recognizing National Ag Week to celebrate and raise awareness of the positive contribution agriculture makes in providing the necessary food, fiber and fuel for the world.

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After multiple weeks of significant increases at the pump, Tennessee gas prices, on average, only increased about a penny over last week. The Tennessee Gas Price average is now $2.69 which is 28 cents more than one month ago and nearly 78 cents more than one year ago. Tullahoma comes home at…

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Families receiving food stamps on EBT cards may have more funds available than they think, according to the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands.

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The past week John Slatten checked the Tennessee Lottery app for the Wednesday evening Tennessee Cash drawing results. Ticket in hand, he noticed he had hit two numbers, and then he looked again. He had them all, making his ticket worth $1,178,746.

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After five straight weeks of increases, the Tennessee gas price average continues to climb. The Tennessee Gas Price average is now $2.68 which is 40 cents more than one month ago and 63 cents more than one year ago. A gallon of 87 octane in Tullahoma cost an average of $2.65 this past week.

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Volunteer Firefighters would be aided by several proposals under consideration in the Tennessee Senate this year. This includes Senate Bill 655, which was approved by the Senate State and Local Government Committee this past week, to incentivize volunteer firefighter recruitment by establish…

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Blood Assurance is hosting an event called “Donor Madness” that will take place March 18 through April 5. The event is to highlight the need for blood and to celebrate Blood Assurance donors. Blood Assurance is hoping to collect at least 6,500 units of blood, platelets, and plasma during thi…

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Alzheimer's Tennessee is hosting a virtual Town Hall event tomorrow, March 12, to show support for the bill. Registration for the town hall is available online.

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Tullahomans are paying a half-dollar more a gallon than they were on New Year’s Day as prices continue to soar, up another eight cents on average this past week.

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United States Senator Bill Hagerty (R-TN) has announced new internship opportunities for students to serve in his Washington, D.C. and Tennessee offices for the summer.

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The Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s Division of Forestry is reminding citizens that if they plan to burn outdoors, a burn permit is required from now through May 15. Read more here. 

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Tennesseans could be locked and loaded in the near future as the state’s constitutional carry legislation edges closer to passage, allowing law-abiding citizens to carry a firearm without permit or attending gun safety classes.

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More than a million Tennesseans will become eligible to get the COVID vaccine starting Monday as the state has thrown open its doors to inoculations of persons with underlying health conditions.

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Startups are a significant driver of the U.S. economy. Each year, thousands of entrepreneurs launch new businesses that create jobs and spur innovation and efficiency across the market. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 420,000 startups accounted for 2.2 million new jobs in 2018.

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The Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance is joining the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency to urge residents to learn more about earthquake insurance. Read more here. 

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Tullahoma High School was one of 18 schools selected by the Tennessee Department of Education to participate in the Teaching All Students Initiative to serve students with the most significant cognitive disabilities. Read more here. 

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Governor Bill Lee has authorized a limited state of emergency to continue through April 28 as COVID-19 cases continue to drop in the state. Read more here.