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AT&T Giving $5 Credit after Last Week’s Outage

AT&T has apologized for last Thursday’s network outage. They say they recognize the frustration this outage has caused and know they let many customers down. AT&T said it will provide a $5 credit to customers who were “potentially impacted” by Thursday’s widespread network outage. Individuals and some small businesses impacted by the outage qualify for the …

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Building Falls in Shelbyville

On Friday afternoon, around 1 PM, Shelbyville Police reported that the back of a building in the city had collapsed. East Depot St at South Brittian Street, near Templeton Insurance Company, had to be closed. Emergency crews have determined the remaining portion of the building will have to come down. No additional details have been …

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Education, Bullying, Mental Health, and School Gun Violence Top List of Parental Concerns

The latest results from an annual poll of Tennessee parents from the Vanderbilt Center for Child Health Policy again show education and school quality are the leading concerns parents have for their children for the third consecutive year. Statewide, parents listed their top concerns as 1) education and school quality (43%), 2) bullying, including cyberbullying …

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TUA Opens New Vehicle Charging Station

On Thursday, Tullahoma Utilities announced that their electric car charging stations are now officially up and running on SW Atlantic Street. Whether you are the owner of an electric vehicle or simply considering making the switch to eco-friendly transportation, charging is now available. With our state-of-the-art infrastructure, you can now power up your vehicle fast …

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Informational Open House at Conference Center for Small and Minority-Owned Trade Businesses 

Turner Construction Company, along with partners Jesse Stutts, Inc. and Jake Marshall Service, Inc., are hosting an informational open house for local small and minority-owned trade businesses on Feb. 29. Turner and its partners are currently working on facility restoration and modernization projects supporting the Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC) near Tullahoma, Tenn. The event …

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City of Manchester in Search of Finance Director After Resignation

In November of 2022, the Manchester, TN, Board of Mayor and Alderman selected Lisa Myers to serve the city as the finance director. Just over a year later, Myers resigned, citing “personal reasons.” According to sources at City Hall, Myers plans to stay with the City of Manchester until her replacement is found. Myers came …

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$13,000 Contributed to Support Project HELP in Coffee, Moore Counties

Duck River Electric is donating $6,500, which will be matched by Tennessee Valley Authority through its Community Care Fund, making a total of $13,000 available to assist charity organizations that partner with the cooperative’s Project HELP program in Coffee and Moore counties. “In these two counties served by Duck River, the number of applications for …

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USDA Summer EBT Program to Combat Child Hunger

The USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service has launched a new program called the Summer EBT to combat child hunger. This permanent program provides eligible families with benefits preloaded onto cards, which can be used at any grocery store that accepts SNAP or WIC benefits. The USDA expects more than 30 million children to benefit from …

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Seven-Figure Savings Achieved on Bedford County’s Cartwright Elementary Project

Jeff Sweeney, owners’ representative for Bedford County government construction projects, reported to the county’s Financial Management Committee on Tuesday night, Jan. 23, that the county has achieved more than $1 million in savings on the new Cartwright Elementary School under construction on the north side of Shelbyville. “I think we’ve really done a good job …

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Security Alert from Ascend Federal Credit Union

In a recently identified text scam, members are instructed to reply to a fraudulent text message and dial *72 before a 10-digit phone number. Ascend Federal Credit Union members believe they are requesting a call back with an Ascend representative but are inadvertently setting up call forwarding with the scammers. An example of the message …

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