Day: June 11, 2020

Peaceful “We Will Breathe” March to Delay Traffic Saturday, June 13, 2020

The City of Tullahoma Police Department (TPD) has been working with organizers of the “We Will Breathe” March scheduled for Saturday, June 13, 2020 at 5:00 pm. This will be a peaceful march organized by lifelong residents and the City Administration to bring attention to the death of George Floyd. The event will start and …

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Tullahoma Mayor Candidate Responds to questions about His Twitter Posts

A local politician who is running for Mayor of Tullahoma, Daniel Berry, is facing questions about comments he made on Twitter in 2017. Local resident Vollie Stone posted what Berry stated on Facebook this week, but also posted his own comments concerning Berry. He called Berry a racist, a caveman and traitor. In the 2017 …

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Lions Club Awards United Way of Highway 55 $5,000 towards for their COVID-19 Response Fund

On Wednesday, 6/10/20, at Lakewood Golf and Country Club, The Tullahoma Downtown Lions Club awarded United Way of Highway 55 $5,000 towards their COVID-19 Response Fund. On 6/4, Ashley Abraham, Director of UWHWY 55, and Board Chair, Hayden Hamilton, presented to The Tullahoma Downtown Lions Club about the efforts and action UWHWY55 has taken since …

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Tullahoma Fireworks Postponed until Labor Day to Honor Frontline Heroes

The annual Tullahoma Fireworks will be postponed until Labor Day weekend this year. The Covid-19 pandemic social distancing guidelines and the Governor’s restrictions on large gatherings create too many constraints on creating the best experience for spectators. Additionally, planning was not able to take place due to the uncertainty of when restrictions would be lifted. …

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Director of Coffee County Schools Updates his system’s plans for the 2020-2021 Academic Term

In a press release Dr Charles Lawson Director of Schools for Coffee County says it is impossible at this point to make solid plans for the opening of schools in the fall of 2020. The ever-changing climate that has been created by COVID-19 means a constant series of adjustments are being made.  This has not prevented …

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Cyber Tip Leads to Arrest of Warren County Man

An investigation by Special Agents with the Technical Services Unit of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the arrest of a McMinnville man on a charge of sexual exploitation of a minor. TBI Agents received information via a cyber tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), indicating that an …

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COVID-19 Numbers Climb Slightly in Tennessee

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Thursday. The health department reported 471 new cases, bringing the state to a total of 28,340 cases. TDH also confirmed five additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 441 total deaths. Out of the confirmed positive cases, 18,922 have recovered, meaning …

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Coffee County Senior wins Baseball Scholarship

Coffee County High School Senior Baseballer Hayden Skipper is the recipient of a $1,000 scholarship from the Tennessee baseball Coaches Association, according to Pat Swallows, the state director for the Association. Skipper was selected from Region 4 coaches in the TBCA. Skipper, a 2019 All-District player in 8-AAA, was also an MVP for the Red …

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