Day: November 4, 2021

Standard Time begins at 2 A.M. Sunday Morning

Daylight saving time ends this weekend. That means clocks will roll back one hour at 2 a.m. Sunday morning across most of the U.S. The return to standard time will shift a bit of dwindling sunshine to the morning. Daylight saving time is observed in the U.S. from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in …

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CASA Works 2nd Annual On-line Auction begins November 12

Here’s your chance to give a unique, creative gift to someone special or yourself this Holiday season. It’s CASA Works 2nd annual on-line auction November 12 through the 14th featuring a set of beautiful rocking chairs, “Center Ice” tickets to the Predators vs. Buffalo Sabres game in January, Jack Daniels barrel, paintings, gift baskets filled with delightful treasures, items …

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Manchester Veterans Day Parade is Nov. 6

The annual Manchester Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony is this Saturday, with the parade commencing at 10 AM. Lineup for the parade, at Raider Academy, will begin at 9 AM. The Veterans Day Ceremony will be held immediately following the parade at 11 AM at the Manchester Square. U.S. Navy retiree and VFW Post 10904 Surgeon Fred Kasper will …

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Nominees being taken for Governor’s Stars Awards

Each year Tennessee celebrates its Volunteer State legacy by honoring the state’s top volunteers. The Governor’s Stars Awards recognizes one person age 25 or over, and one person under age 25, in each county. The deadline is imminent, however: nominations may be submitted until midnight Friday, November 5th. If you know someone whose stellar community service …

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Tennessee Concludes Pruitt Investigation, Won’t Self-Impose Bowl Ban

According to Brent Hubbs and Austin Price of Volquest.com The University of Tennessee has concluded its investigation into recruiting violations under former head football coach Jeremy Pruitt. Furthermore, Hubbs and Price report that Tennessee will not self-impose a bowl ban as punishment for the violations uncovered which led to the dismissal of Pruitt and 9 …

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How to talk with Your Children about Online Safety

By Joyce Prusak, executive director of Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center Child safety online is crucial in today’s world where children spend significant amounts of time online (95% of teens have access to smartphones and 45% report being online almost constantly, according to the National Criminal Justice Training Center). We covered the importance of implementing tech rules …

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Tullahoma receives honors from TSSAA

During the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association’s Middle Regional Meeting Tuesday, Tullahoma High School received both the District 4 Athletic Director of the Year honor and the Class AAA A.F. Bridges Divisional Award for Sportsmanship. Tullahoma City School’s Athletic Director John Olive was pronounced the winner of this year’s District 4 Athletic Director of the …

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