Day: July 1, 2020

Hillsboro Tractor Pull Cancelled for 2020

The Hillsboro Homecoming Association has announced the cancellation of their annual tractor pull, Rumble on the Hill, for 2020. Due to the ongoing COVID 19 situation, directors agreed that it is in the best interest of the community and supporters to cancel the event this year. This is the first cancellation in its long history. …

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Tennessee Adds Record Number of New COVID-19 Cases

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Wednesday, July 1, 2020. The health department reported 1,806 new cases, bringing the state to a total of 45,315 total cases, a 4% day-to-day increase since Tuesday. This is a new record high for a 24 hour reporting period. Over the …

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Motlow State offers FREE Mechatronics Degree to High School Juniors

Area high school rising juniors, a fantastic opportunity is knocking at your door. Motlow State is offering free dual enrollment courses to high school juniors interested in pursuing a degree in Mechatronics. The Motlow Middle College program will pay for all books, tuition, and even travel for juniors willing to pursue a dual enrollment mechatronics …

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Tullahoma Planning Commissioner Appointed to National Historic Preservation Board of Directors

Tullahoma Planning Commissioner and Downtown Coordinator, Shelley Smith, was appointed to the National Board of Directors for Preservation Action on June 19th. The Preservation Action is a nonprofit organization created in 1974 to serve as the national grassroots lobby for historic preservation. Preservation Action seeks to make historic preservation a national priority by advocating to …

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“No Minor League baseball in 2020”: NAPBL

The National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues announced Tuesday that minor league seasons in 2020 have been canceled because of the coronoavirus pandemic., and the head of the governing body said more than half of the 160 teams are in danger of failing without government assistance or private equity injections. Pat O’Conner, association president, said …

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