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Tennessee State Parks Host Free Guided Spring Hikes

Tennessee State Parks will host Spring Hikes on Saturday, March 23, the second of the parks’ Signature Hikes series throughout this year. The Spring Hikes are free and guided by park staff, who can highlight the parks’ natural, cultural, and historical features. A full schedule of the Spring Hikes at specific parks is available at …

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Humble Baron to Celebrate 1st Anniversary

On March 23, 2023, Humble Baron debuted at Nearest Green Distillery, home of Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey, winning the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the Longest Bar in The World. Conceived by Keith Weaver, former Sony Entertainment Executive and Co-Founder of Uncle Nearest, Humble Baron brings the vibrant spirit of Music City to Tennessee whiskey …

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37th Annual Fabulous Fifties Show in Lincoln County

Beginning March 7, music and theatre lovers can make their way to Lincoln County, Tennessee, for the 37th annual Fabulous Fifties Show at the Lincoln Central Academy Auditorium. Eventgoers will have a nostalgia-packed trip as they relive the Golden Era of music while donating to a good cause and helping those in need. Performances will …

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Veterans to Host Chili Cookoff in Manchester

Manchester’s American Legion Gold Star Post 78 Riders are pleased to announce their 4th annual Chili Cook-off Fundraiser Dinner on Saturday, March 16th, from 5 to 8 PM. This event is open to the public to either enter or enjoy. From mild to wild and everything in between, there’s a hearty chili for everyone! Cash prizes …

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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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United Way of Highway 55 Presents “United in Spirits”

United Way of Highway 55 serves the counties of Coffee, Moore, and Warren Counties by increasing access to Health, Income, Basic Essentials, and Education. We allocate funds yearly to local nonprofits with many needed missions and are active in community initiatives/projects. Fundraising is one way that we collect funds to distribute to local partner nonprofits. …

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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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Motlow State Theatre Presents Heathers: The Musical

Motlow State Community College announces the presentation of Heathers: The Musical on April 18, 19, and 20 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 for anyone who has a Motlow ID and $10 for all other attendees. This play is intended for audiences 16 and over as the story contains mature themes and situations as well …

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Tullahoma High School Choir Students Receive State and Regional Accolades

Tullahoma High School had three students, Anne Duncan, Wesley Hanson, and Peyton Pinegar, named to the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) Southern Regional Honor Choir. In total, Tullahoma City Schools had seven students represented to participate in their respective ACDA Southern Regional Honor Choirs, while West Middle School had four students qualify, as previously mentioned …

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Coffee County Resident Wins Tennessee Fairest of the Fair

It was a productive three days at The Tennessee Association of Fairs State Convention in Murfreesboro for the Coffee County Fair. The State Fairest of the Fairest of Fair competition was held on Saturday night, and Coffee County’s own Ryan Green was named the 2024 Queen. The Coffee County Fair earned three ribbons for their …

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