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Tullahoma Wildcat Football Ticket Information

Due to the COVID-19 social distancing regulations, tickets sold for football games are limited. Passes will not be accepted at the gate on game day. Football tickets will need to be purchased/picked up prior to game day. Tickets will be pre-sold for the first two games with Shelbyville on August 20 and Coffee Co. on …

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Mask Mandate for Warren County Citizens

Warren County Executive Jimmy Haley on Thursday signed Executive Order No. 2 issuing a mandate order urging citizens to wear face masks in public places where the exposure of the virus can occur. Both the McMinnville Police Dept. and Warren Co. Sheriffs Dept. will promote the use of masks in public areas and will issue …

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COVID-19 Update for Thursday August 13

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Thursday, August 13. The health department reported 2,118 new cases, bringing the state to 128,511 total cases. TDH also confirmed 24 additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 1,313 total deaths. Out of the confirmed positive cases, 89,151 have recovered, an increase …

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Tullahoma Schools and 2 Churches Helping Families Who Need Care & Supervision for K-9 students

Various Community/Faith-Based Entities (Grace Baptist Church and Cedar Lane Church of Christ) have graciously partnered with TCS to provide Satellite/Co-op locations for working parents and families who need care & supervision for their K-9 students during this time of Hybrid learning. TCS is extremely thankful for this community partnership; this opportunity is free and available …

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UPDATED! Rutherford Co. Murder Suspect Turns Himself In

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation had added a Rutherford County murder suspect to the agency’s list of most wanted fugitives on Wednesday. Hours later Christopher Robinson, 37, turned himself into authorities in Rutherford County. He was wanted on charges of murder, aggravated robbery, aggravated kidnapping and employing a firearm during the commission of a dangerous …

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Newell Brands’ Promises Over 100 Jobs for Shelbyville

Newell Brands’ Shelbyville plant is promising Bedford County 115 new jobs and major expansion of its 1660 Railroad Ave. location over the next five years. The consumer goods manufacturer is promising as well to invest $11 million in that expansion. Newell Brands plans on expanding its Shelbyville operations to keep up with “growing demand Newell …

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Mild Changes in COVID-19 Numbers on Wednesday August 12

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 1,478 additional cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, August 12. The new state total stands at 126,393. TDH also confirmed 18 additional deaths, bringing Tennessee up to 1,289 total deaths. Out of the confirmed positive cases, 87,290 have recovered. Tennessee currently has 37,814 active cases. *Bedford County: 11 died; 940 …

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Rising COVID-19 Cases Cancels Labor Day Fireworks Display in Tullahoma

The City of Tullahoma has cancelled its annual fireworks show for the second time. City Administrator Jennifer Moody announced that the Labor Day fireworks event this year would not take place. The display in September was set to replace the Independence Day celebration that was postponed. Concern over the recently rising COVID-19 numbers is the …

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