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Shelbyville High School Librarian Receives Grant to Visit Stones River National Battlefield

Shelbyville Central High School Librarian Heather Richards, Co-Teacher Dona Northcutt, and her students in their new Tennessee History class will soon head to Stones River National Battlefield in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, thanks to a grant from the American Battlefield Trust’s History Field Trip Grant Program. This trip will provide students with an exceptional, hands-on history learning …

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New Bill Would Stop Cell Phones and Other Electronic Devices in Tennessee Classrooms

A new bill has been introduced to the Tennessee General Assembly that would ban electronic devices in Tennessee classrooms. The bill, HB 2758/SB 2809, would prohibit students from displaying, using, or accessing an electronic device, like a cell phone, during instructional time. The bill was passed in two considerations in the Senate and has been recommended for …

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Imagination Library of Coffee County Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast is March 2

Imagination Library of Coffee County invites the community to attend Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast to support early childhood literacy in Coffee County. The fundraising breakfast will be held 8-10 a.m., March 2, at Damron’s Restaurant in Tullahoma. Tickets cost $10, with free admission for children 4 years old and younger. All proceeds go toward …

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Coffee Countian Honored at Governor’s Volunteer Stars Awards Banquet

The 16th annual Governor’s Volunteer Stars Awards Banquet was held in Franklin on Sunday, February 18th. Attending was Pam Bussell of Tullahoma, Coffee County’s award recipient. After being selected for the award as the top nominee, she was recognized at the County Commission meeting last month. Pam was officially honored at the statewide banquet, along …

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Rockfall Mitigation Prompts Lane Closures on Monteagle Mountain

Drivers traveling on I-24 in Marion County should know about upcoming road construction activities impacting traffic. Wednesday, February 21, and Thursday, February 22, 2024, from 8:00 pm to 6:00 am local time each night. The work being performed is for rockfall mitigation. Tennessee Department of Transportation contract crews will perform a double lane closure on …

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Manchester Recreation Center Closing Announcement for Upgrades in March

Starting on Thursday, March 7, 2024, the Manchester Recreation Center will be undergoing refurbishments of the weight room and basketball courts. The weight room will be closed for approximately a week and a half. The basketball courts will be closed for approximately three weeks. The other amenities of the facility will remain open until Monday, …

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After Using Fake High School Diploma, Former Area Officer Surrenders Police Certification

A former Grundy County Sheriff Deputy has surrendered his Tennessee post certification after he was found to be using a fake high school diploma to get his jobs. In January, the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy received an anonymous complaint saying Brandon Patterson paid for his diploma on Amazon. There currently are no criminal complaints …

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Weed Wrangle Day at Tennessee State Parks is March 2

Calling all native plant lovers! Tennessee State Parks needs your help on March 2 as we work to combat invasive species that threaten our park ecosystems. These pesky invasive plants compete with native organisms for limited resources, leading to a decline in biodiversity and even the extinction of native plants and animals! With your support, …

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Twenty New Tennessee Office of Homeland Security Special Agents in Tennessee

On Friday, Feb. 16, Governor Bill Lee, Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security Commissioner Jeff Long, and Tennessee Office of Homeland Security Deputy Commissioner Greg Mays presented badges to 20 new Tennessee Office of Homeland Security Special Agents in a graduation ceremony at the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy in Nashville. With Friday’s graduating class, …

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Amacher Named Interim Executive Director of Tullahoma Housing Authority

The Tullahoma Housing Authority has named Jenna Amacher as their Interim Executive Director. Amacher’s appointment comes after the Tullahoma Housing Authority dismissed Brian Carter from the role. Amacher has served as the City of Tullahoma Board of Mayor and Aldermen liaison to the THA. Tullahoma Housing Authority serves Autumn Manor, Carver Homes, Cedar Lane Village, …

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