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Board Votes for Quick to be New City Administrator for Tullahoma

The new city administrator was selected during the Tullahoma Board of Mayor and Alderman meeting on Monday. Former Tullahoma High School Principal Jason Quick was chosen after interim administrator and fire chief Kenneth Pearson received two votes from Mayor Ray Knowis and Alderman Daniel Berry. Alderman Kurt Glick made the motion to approve Quick, and …

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Senator Bowling “Listening Meetings” taking place This Month

State Senator Janice Bowling (R-Tullahoma) announced her “Listening Meetings” in Senate District 16 for August 2023. In the summer and fall Bowling – who represents Coffee, DeKalb, Franklin, Grundy, Lincoln and Warren Counties in the Tennessee Senate – holds monthly meetings in each of the counties she represents to meet with citizens and hear their …

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Gov. Lee Announces Special Session on Public Safety and More

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced the date for a highly anticipated special session on public safety. The special session will begin on Aug. 21 at 4 p.m., according to a proclamation by Gov. Lee. His proclamation states the General Assembly will consider and act upon a slew of legislation regarding mental health resources, school safety …

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Lincoln County Property Tax Going Up 37 Percent

The Lincoln County Commission passed a budget for the 2023-24 fiscal year at a special called meeting on Tuesday, and it includes a 37% property tax increase. The commission passed the budget for the 2023-2024 fiscal year by a 15-7 margin, which includes the $0.78 tax increase after multiple other proposals failed at the special …

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Gov. Lee Signs Bill to Raise Teacher Pay, Protect Taxpayer Dollars

Thursday, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed the Teacher Paycheck Protection Act, a landmark bill that will give teachers the largest pay raise in state history and protect Tennessee teachers and taxpayers by ensuring that union membership dues are no longer collected by school districts.  “Teaching is more than just a career – it’s a calling,” said Gov. …

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“In God We Trust” to appear on State Seal in 2025

The General Assembly passed two East Tennessee lawmakers’ request to put “In God We Trust” on the state seal. After passing the Senate last month, the proposal cleared the House in a largely party-line vote. A new design would have to be approved by the General Assembly to become official. The bill asks the governor to submit a …

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Poll: TN Voters Favor Policies that Hold P-B-M’s Accountable

In Tennessee and across the country, prescription drug prices are skyrocketing, and a new national poll found most voters want lawmakers to regulate pharmacy benefit managers who they believe are responsible for the rising costs. Mark Blum, executive director of America’s Agenda: Health Care for All and managing director of the PBM Accountability Project, said Nashvillians, like Americans across …

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After Debating between the School System and Sheriff’s Office, Grundy County one step closer to having SROs in All Schools

Grundy County Sheriff Heath Gunter says he’s signed off on an agreement to put SROs in every school in the district. The sheriff’s office says starting SRO pay is around $18 an hour. While the school wants to pay on a per diem basis of $125.77 a day or roughly $15 an hour. Another point …

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Kraft returns to Tullahoma as the New Parks and Recreation Director

J.P. Kraft is back in Tullahoma. The Board of Mayor and Alderman have approved Kraft as the new Parks and Recreation Director after Dave Anderson resigned in November of last year. Kraft severed Interim Parks and Recreation Director in May of 2021, following the retirement of former director and current alderman Kurt Glick. When Anderson …

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