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TULLAHOMA NEWS - 2018-08-16 20:08:00

Two fires in Manchester, no injuries and minor damage

“He was alerted to the fire by one of his neighbors, which most likely saved his home and his life, Chambers said.

MANCHESTER TIMES - 2018-08-15 19:00:00

The withered Greenleafe Inn is under new management

The former Greenleafe Inn is undergoing major changes – from ownership, to renovations, everything but the walls will be new. The site was purchased by Arvind Alex Patel in June and will be turned into a Days Inn and Suites. The pool will be filled in and paved over, so guests will be able to drive

MANCHESTER TIMES - 2018-08-16 12:00:00

SRO Poker Run Saturday, Aug. 18 in Winchester

Latest NewsArchitectural firm accepts contract to design middle schoolsFree Music by the Lake Concert Saturday in Winchester City ParkSRO Poker Run Saturday, Aug. 18 in WinchesterObituaries in Aug. 17, 2018 editionTara Shukla’s bone drawings and workshop now on display in St. Andrew’s-Sewanee Art Ga

HERALD CHRONICLE - 2018-08-16 18:12:00

Donated Chromebooks help THA students

A second donation managed by the Coffee County Lannom Memorial Library will help children of low-income families in Tullahoma Housing Authority (THA) improve their reading skills. THA received on Thursday several calculators, Chromebooks and books from library officials. Pictured are, from left, Ka

TULLAHOMA NEWS - 2018-08-15 13:00:00

Shoplifters walk out with clothing

Sweat pants, swimming trunks and a T-shirt were allegedly shoplifted by two people at Hibbett Sports, North Main Street, Shelbyville police were told Tuesday.

SHELBYVILLE TIMES-GAZETTE - 2018-08-16 05:00:00

Community Fights For Restaurant Owner Facing Deportation

WOODBURY, Tenn. - A man who dedicated his life to building a business and raising a family in a small, conservative Tennessee town is facing immediate deportation but members of his community have set politics asidein order to fight on his behalf.

WTVF - 2018-08-16 21:18:12

Police: Murfreesboro burglary suspect taken out by K-9 after trying to attack officers

No one was inside the building, but officers then spotted the suspect, 28-year-old Brian Krushensky, in a truck fast asleep.


The Burger Scene Is Booming

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The burger scene in Middle Tennessee is booming, and with Nashville being an "it" city that's on the rise, nationally known burger joints have been moving to town.

WTVF - 2018-08-16 22:30:49

Boma says farewell to aldermen, replaces police cars

Outgoing Alderman Lana Sain hugs Manchester Mayor Lonnie Norman as he thanks for her for service on the Board of Mayor and Aldermen. The three outgoing aldermen were sent off during the Tuesday, Aug. 7 Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting.By Casey Watts, Editor


Lady Wildcats dominate in 10-0 season-opening win

Just minutes into the contest, Julia Duncan netted the first goal of the season for the Lady Wildcats. Duncan and teammate Cassidy Connor went on to finish with a hat trick, each scoring three times in the victory over the Lady Hornets.

TULLAHOMA NEWS - 2018-08-16 18:24:00

Destinations & Diversions: Country ham, ham radio, or ham it up at your audition

The Borderline Band, from Winchester, will perform Saturday at the Butterfly Bash Dance at the Fly Arts Center on South Main Street. Admission is $15 per person or $25 per couple, and reservations are available by calling 931-580-9696 or 931-684-8359.Facebook photo

SHELBYVILLE TIMES-GAZETTE - 2018-08-16 05:00:00

Girl Scout’s Gold Award project cuts to the heart of an urgent need

Until a few years ago when she was diagnosed with a serious heart condition, local Girl Scout Sarah Johnson was blissfully unaware that if she were to physically push herself too hard, she could go into cardiac arrest.Johnson has hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a condition where the walls of her heart

MANCHESTER TIMES - 2018-08-15 20:15:00

Man wanted for domestic violence surrenders after 4-hour standoff in Rutherford County

Scott Gooden, 29, had a four-hour standoff with authorities after barricading himself inside his ex-girlfriend's home on Turner Avenue in Rutherford County.

FOX17.COM - 2018-08-15 13:43:17

Black Rifle Coffee Company Opens Tennessee Roasting Facility

Veteran-owned and operated Black Rifle Coffee Company is proud to announce the opening of its Manchester, Tennessee, roasting facility as part of the company's $6 million investment in that state. Combined with their Utah facility, the Tennessee plant will ensure that consumers all over America rece

BROADWAY WORLD - 2018-08-15 14:47:36

Horses' beauty comes to life

As part of the 80th anniversary of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration, the public is invited to view an exhibition of some of the outstanding work of the late Billie Nipper. The exhibition will be in the main office lobby of First Community Bank of Tennessee, 207 Elm St..


New city administrator contract OK’d

Following the committee’s search, Moody became one of two finalists for the position along with Blackwell, who was chosen by Mayor Lane Curlee as the other finalist. Blackwell ultimately withdrew his name from consideration, leaving Moody as the sole candidate for the position.

TULLAHOMA NEWS - 2018-08-15 19:00:00

Letter to the editor: Meet Phil Bredesen

Former Governor Phil Bredesen, who is seeking a seat in the U.S. Senate to fill the seat of retiring Senator Bob Corker, will be at a fundraiser for his campaign on Thursday, Aug. 16 at the Lakewood Country Club in Tullahoma between 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. This would be an opportunity to talk with her


Front-runner emerges in superintendent search

Following discussion during its Monday night study session, the Tullahoma City Schools Board of Education is set to announce its selection for the new director of schools.The new man in charge of the education of Tullahoma students is expected to be John C. Carver, who has served in a consulting cap

TULLAHOMA NEWS - 2018-08-15 15:00:00

Lincoln County High School receives $80,000 worth of equipment

Lincoln County High School students will learn new skills and work with modern technology after a steel company donated $80,000 worth of equipment. Darrin Simms never saw it coming."I don't know if I can put it into words, I mean they are giving us roughly $80,000 worth of stuff here," Simms said.