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Lemonade Day is May 19 in Manchester

Manchester will be the second community in Tennessee to play host to a global youth entrepreneurship program that teaches leadership and business skills by encouraging children to launch a lemonade business. The Manchester Chamber of Commerce has been working in partnership with Manchester City Schools to provide curriculum and training materials to all fourth-grade students …

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Mortgage Loan Applications Increased (2019-2020) despite COVID-19

Much of the housing market made a forced pit stop during the COVID-19 lockdowns of March 2020, but by that summer it was on track and running red hot. The upswing ran contrary to conventional wisdom, and the pandemic-related lull in home sales that some experts expected never materialized. The opposite happened; both mortgage applications …

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Vanderbilt Tullahoma-Harton Hospital Nationally Recognized

Vanderbilt Tullahoma-Harton Hospital (VTHH) received an “A” Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade for spring 2022. This national distinction recognizes VTHH’s achievements in protecting patients from preventable harm and error in the hospital. “This honor is the result of the improvements we’ve been able to make since becoming part of the Vanderbilt Health family and the dedication of all …

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New License Plate Design Announced

A new “River Life” specialty license plate, legislation for which was introduced by State Rep. Pat Marsh and State Sen. Shane Reeves and approved by the Tennessee General Assembly, will benefit rescue operations and safety awareness on the Duck River in Bedford County. A student design contest was held to create the license plate, and …

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Two area schools receive grants from DREMC and TVA

Schools served by Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC), Huntland School in Franklin County, and Westwood Middle School in Coffee County have been awarded a combined total of $11,500 in grants to support their respective STEM curriculums. Huntland School received $5,000 and will use the grant to offer its students an opportunity to participate in …

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Tennessee Farmers Prepare for Spring

As more warm spring days are in the forecast, Tennessee farms will quickly be offering fresh strawberries, greens, and even locally-grown cut flowers. Businesses like Buzzed Blooms in Coffee County offer cut flowers through on-farm sales, farmers markets, Community Supported Agriculture boxes, or even allow you to pick your own. To find spring fruits and …

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Bedford County Community Development Center Celebrates 50th anniversary

Bedford County Mayor Chad Graham, Denise Graham’s husband, signed a proclamation honoring the CDC for its work and noted his family’s direct involvement with the agency. CDC Founder Sarah Hunt and the agency’s current executive director, Anita Teague, spoke. Shelbyville Mayor Wallace Cartwright delivered an invocation. Sarah Hunt was working as a special education teacher …

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Solid Waste Board says No More Outside the Region Garbage at Landfill

On Monday night the Central Tennessee Regional Solid Waste Planning Board voted to no longer receive garbage from outside the board’s area. The solid waste board is comprised of Cannon, Coffee, Rutherford and Warren counties. This stops all trash, especially Nashville’s, from coming into Rutherford County by December 31, 2022. Davidson County contributes almost 47% …

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Food City to Hire Over 1,500 Associates

On Thursday, April 28th, Food City will be hosting a company-wide hiring event to include both full-time and part-time positions. Food City is planning to hire over 1,500 friendly, smiling faces to work at their Distribution Center and in key customer and food service positions at store locations throughout their operation area. The positions include, …

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