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Rising COVID-19 Cases Cancels Labor Day Fireworks Display in Tullahoma

The City of Tullahoma has cancelled its annual fireworks show for the second time. City Administrator Jennifer Moody announced that the Labor Day fireworks event this year would not take place. The display in September was set to replace the Independence Day celebration that was postponed. Concern over the recently rising COVID-19 numbers is the …

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Board Approves the Coffee County Fair to Open in September

After meeting on multiple occasions, the Coffee County Fair board met again on Tuesday night. After a long 4 hour session to decide whether to hold this year’s fair or not, the board came to an agreement to move forward with the 2020 Coffee County Fair. However, this year’s fair will look a little different, …

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Cannon County Fair will Open Aug. 4 with Guidelines

There are new guidelines for an upcoming county fair, according to Cannon County Fair officials. There will be no live entertainment or music from the main stage as well as no vendors in the large grass area in front of the stage. Rides will still open nightly at 5:00 p.m. Social distancing guidelines will be …

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Replay of Political Forum Thursday at 6pm on 93.9 The Duck… Everyday Joe Show back on Thursday Nights at 7:30ish

Last week Rooster 101.5 conducted a political forum from the Manchester/Coffee Conference Center in conjunction with the Manchester Times and The Tullahoma News. Thursday (July 16) 93.9 The Duck will replay the event beginning at 6pm. The Everyday Joe Show will return to the Rooster at its regular time 7:30ish on Thursday night.

Manchester looks to Improve Rotary Park

City officials hope to bring improvements to the Manchester Rotary Park and Amphitheater. According to our news partner, The Manchester Times the Board of Mayor and Aldermen in Manchester voted last week to apply for a grant from the Tennessee Department of Tourism for electrical and lighting improvements, ADA seating and shade canopies at Rotary …

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