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Tullahoma Citizens Academy begins September 1

The Tullahoma Citizens Academy (TCA) provides an opportunity for citizens to learn firsthand about department operations. Through a series of lectures, field trips, and simulated activities, citizens are provided training like that of an actual city employee. The TCA is beneficial to the community and the department because it builds relationships and creates a group …

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Tullahoma Board of Education adopts 2023-24 and 2024-25 school calendars

During its June meeting, the Tullahoma City Schools Board of Education approved both the 2023-24 and 2024-25 school calendars. Before being presented to the Board of Education, TCS worked on creating, revising, after receiving much feedback, and finally recommending the proposed calendars. From the beginning of the process to the end, much input was sought. …

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Pre-Order River Life Specialty Plate

Tennessee drivers now have a refreshing new choice for their automobile license plate with the launch of the bright and inviting River Life specialty plate, made possible through a project coordinated by the Shelbyville-Bedford Community Foundation. Funds from the plate will initially go toward rescue, conservation and education initiatives related to the Duck River. North America’s …

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Ribbon Cutting planned for Isaiah 117 House serving Coffee, Franklin and Grundy Counties

Isaiah 117 House, a Tennessee-based organization that cares for children awaiting foster placement, will soon cut the ribbon and officially open their Coffee/Franklin/Grundy County house. On Wednesday, August 10, 2022, at 2:00 pm, the nonprofit will host a public ribbon cutting. The event will officially open the Isaiah 117 House in Coffee/Franklin/Grundy County and will …

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Ahead of Aug. 4 TN Primary and County General, Studies Link Good Health to Voting

More than 30,000 people have chosen to vote early for the Tennessee primary election this Thursday, and research finds what happens at the ballot box is closely tied to health outcomes in communities. A report from the Tennessee Justice Center found that the nation’s least healthy states also have significantly lower voter participation rates. Kinika Young, the …

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Tennessee Wars Commission Grant Applications Being Accepted

The Tennessee Wars Commission, the Tennessee Historical Commission division responsible for preserving the state’s significant military history, has announced the September 1, 2022 opening of this year’s grant cycle for the Tennessee Wars Commission Grant Fund. The Tennessee Wars Commission Grant Fund provides financial support to coordinate planning, preservation, protection, promotion, and interpretation of structures, buildings, …

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Manchester Police Chief Retiring August 30

Mark “Yogi” Yother began his police career at the same place he’ll retire from, the Manchester Police Department. Yother has turned in his notice to retire from his position as police chief on August 30. He began as a patrolman August 25, 1982 and began severing in investigations in 1986 before becoming police chief around …

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Back-to-School Supply Drive in Tullahoma

The Tullahoma Police Department is partnering with the Tullahoma Fire Department, Vanderbilt-Harton Hospital, and EnV Embroidery n Vinyl Customs for a Back-to-School Supply Drive. There will be bins set up at each of these locations starting on August 1 through August 7 to donate school supplies for those in need. The supplies needed are: backpacks, …

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TDEC Announces Grants for Fast Charge Tn Network

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) has announced that 12 entities will receive $5.2 million in total grant funding to install direct current fast charging (DCFC) infrastructure for electric vehicles (EVs) along prioritized interstate or major highway corridors across the state, including all of the two-digit interstate highways and the majority of U.S.-64. The …

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