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Census Data Impacts Industry, Business

With Census information set to be in your mailbox in the next few days (between March 12-20), Census officials want to remind everyone of the many uses of Census information. Accurate Census information and statistics are paramount for industries and communities, because businesses rely on this information for economic development, business decisions and strategic planning. …

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Tennessee Unemployment Rate for January

Tennessee’s statewide unemployment rate for January is 3.3 percent, according to data from the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development. January is the third consecutive month Tennessee has recorded an unemployment rate of 3.3 percent. It is also a drop of one-tenth of a percentage point when compared to the rate of January of …

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Spring Hikes set for State Parks

Fresh air and a new season await Tennesseans on Saturday, March 21 as Tennessee State Parks host the annual Spring Hikes at all 56 state parks. Hikes of all levels of difficulty will be available, each guided by a park ranger. The Spring Hikes are part of a series of Signature Hikes at the parks. …

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Lady Cats and Moore Co. come up One Win Shy of State Tournament

The Tullahoma Lady Cats fell one game short of their first-ever state basketball tournament on Saturday night at Bradley Central in Cleveland. The Bradley Central Bearettes held off a determined and physical Tullahoma squad to claim a 72-64 win. Julia Duncan dropped 23 for Tullahoma and Kailyn Farrell added 18. In other girls sub-state action …

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School Leaders Respond to Coronavirus Concerns

Dear Coffee County, Manchester City, and Tullahoma City Schools Families and Staff: Thursday, Governor Bill Lee made the announcement that the first confirmed case of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is in Williamson County. We are currently monitoring this situation and we are also following guidance from the Tennessee Department of Education, the Tennessee Department of Health, and …

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At Least 11 Children have Died from the Flu in Tennessee

Despite the fear of the Coronavirus, the Tennessee Department of Health confirmed Friday that there has been an 11th pediatric flu death in the state. The state is only allowed to announce the deaths of children and women that are pregnant. According to a health department spokesperson, at least 3 children died from the Middle …

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Police Pursuit Ends with Arrest

Last week, Eric Wilt, 35 was driving through Tullahoma when a Tullahoma Police officer attempted to stop the man for speeding. Instead the man apparently sped away taking authorities through three counties before stopping. Tullahoma called off their pursuit because of public safety as the man traveled into Franklin County as they picked up the …

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3 Finalist Remain as One Pulls Name from Consideration for Director of Tullahoma Schools

It’s down to three in Tullahoma. Dr. Edwin Nichols Jr. who was a finalist for the director of schools position in Tullahoma has pulled his name from consideration. Nichols is currently serving as the President of ENspire Consulting, LLC. This leaves three females as finalist. Dr. Kimberly Osborne, who currently works as the coordinator of …

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Deadline Change-Tullahoma Officials asking people to Help Cookeville Tornado Victims

The City of Tullahoma is organizing a drive to assist people in the Cookeville area as they recover from the devastating tornado damage. Please take items listed to Fire Hall #1 on South Jackson Street. The response from the community to help Cookeville has been overwhelming. Two trailers have been filled with supplies in four …

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