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 Winter is still here, but this doesn’t mean that you need to hibernate indoors.  There are plenty of things to do in your yard and garden during the cold season, says University of Tennessee horticulturists, and this includes the planting of trees and shrubs.

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College Street Elementary School Principal Tom Jacobs and several members of the faculty and staff examine the area that will be six new classrooms. This week the buildout progressed to the pouring concrete stage. Director of Schools Dr. Joey Vaughn said that the project is on schedule and g…

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College Street Elementary School Principal Tom Jacobs and several members of the faculty and staff examine the area that will be six new classrooms. This week the buildout progressed to the pouring concrete stage. Director of Schools Dr. Joey Vaughn said that the project is on schedule and g…

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Due to an overwhelming number of letters submitted this year for our Letters to Santa publication and having only limited print space available, we have decided to share online the letters that we unfortunately could not print in the publication. We will be posting letters online until Chris…

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Due to an overwhelming number of letters submitted this year for our Letters to Santa publication and having only limited print space available, we have decided to share online the letters that we unfortunately could not print in the publication. We will be posting letters online until Chris…

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Due to an overwhelming number of letters submitted this year for our Letters to Santa publication and having only limited print space available, we have decided to share online the letters that we unfortunately could not print in the publication. We will be posting letters online until Chris…

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Due to an overwhelming number of letters submitted this year for our Letters to Santa publication and having only limited print space available, we have decided to share online the letters that we unfortunately could not print in the publication. We will be posting letters online until Chris…

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When it comes to matters of the heart, as the expression goes, the quickest route is through the belly. This Valentine’s Day, woo your sweetie with a homemade treat.

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 Winter is still here, but this doesn’t mean that you need to hibernate indoors.  There are plenty of things to do in your yard and garden during the cold season, says University of Tennessee horticulturists, and this includes the planting of trees and shrubs.

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Tennessee weather is unpredictable, and while the climate here is mostly temperate, subfreezing temperatures when they hit, can wreak havoc with unprotected plumbing.

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College Street Elementary School Principal Tom Jacobs and several members of the faculty and staff examine the area that will be six new classrooms. This week the buildout progressed to the pouring concrete stage. Director of Schools Dr. Joey Vaughn said that the project is on schedule and g…

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College Street Elementary School Principal Tom Jacobs and several members of the faculty and staff examine the area that will be six new classrooms. This week the buildout progressed to the pouring concrete stage. Director of Schools Dr. Joey Vaughn said that the project is on schedule and g…

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The Book Shelf, a nonprofit used book store in Tullahoma’s Northgate Mall is selling copies of a historical novel “The Land Beneath Us” by Sarah Sundin that’s set in  1940s Camp Forrest.

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If you’re a gardening enthusiast, you probably have a garden of houseplants inside to take care of during the winter months. Here are some tips to take care of your indoor plants.

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Coffee County High School student Kasen Holt has organized a Youth Leadership Council program that raises money for the Make –A-Wish foundation. 

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The Manchester School Board met on Dec. 15 to discuss additional days for teachers related to COVID-19 and to approve the school calendar for the next two years.

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Due to an overwhelming number of letters submitted this year for our Letters to Santa publication and having only limited print space available, we have decided to share online the letters that we unfortunately could not print in the publication. We will be posting letters online until Chris…

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Due to an overwhelming number of letters submitted this year for our Letters to Santa publication and having only limited print space available, we have decided to share online the letters that we unfortunately could not print in the publication. We will be posting letters online until Chris…

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Due to an overwhelming number of letters submitted this year for our Letters to Santa publication and having only limited print space available, we have decided to share online the letters that we unfortunately could not print in the publication. We will be posting letters online until Chris…

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Due to an overwhelming number of letters submitted this year for our Letters to Santa publication and having only limited print space available, we have decided to share online the letters that we unfortunately could not print in the publication. We will be posting letters online until Chris…

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Due to an overwhelming number of letters submitted this year for our Letters to Santa publication and having only limited print space available, we have decided to share online the letters that we unfortunately could not print in the publication. We will be posting letters online until Chris…

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Due to an overwhelming number of letters submitted this year for our Letters to Santa publication and having only limited print space available, we have decided to share online the letters that we unfortunately could not print in the publication. We will be posting letters online until Chris…

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Due to an overwhelming number of letters submitted this year for our Letters to Santa publication and having only limited print space available, we have decided to share online the letters that we unfortunately could not print in the publication. We will be posting letters online until Chris…

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A consortium of Westwood Elementary School fifth-graders headed by Cole Watson recently presented a Titan-sized program for the entire grade when the group hosted a virtual interview if Tennessee Titan Jeffrey Simmons.

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Imagination Library of Coffee County and The Dollywood Foundation are presenting a free one-night-only live streaming world premiere event for The Library That Dolly Built, a behind-the-scenes look at Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. Originally scheduled as a nationwide live event on more…

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Following the successful “Walls for Women” public art campaign this year, Coffee County-based public art advocacy organization Do More Art - Events (DMA) will be expanding the female-driven campaign into 2021, thanks to a partnership with the Tennessee Arts Commission.

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On cue, the area’s first snowfall of the season coincided with the first day of December. The wintery mix began falling midday on Monday, Nov. 30. Both school districts canceled school late Monday evening. Pictured, College Street Elementary School fifth-graders Selena Garcia and Lia Shelton…

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Manchester city officials and Manchester Chamber of Commerce unveiled this year’s Trees of Christmas at the Ada Wright Center Monday with a ribbon cutting at the Ada Wright Center (328 N. Woodland St.) During the ceremony Manchester Recreation Department’s Tiffany Clutter said that the Dig n…

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Coffee County Central High School held a Veterans Day program this year with a virtual presentation that was uploaded to YouTube.  

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Coffee County Central High School will be giving away to veterans take and bake pizzas until 2 p.m. Nov. 11 at 100 Red Raider Drive. 

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St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School welcomes families seeking better educational options to a virtual admission open house on Sunday, November 15 at 2 p.m. for students seeking admission to grades 6-8 and 4:00 p.m. for students interested in grades 9-12. Families will enjoy the opportunity to hear f…

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Coffee County Central High School’s culinary classes and related club will give free pizza to veterans on Veterans Day from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. at the front entrance.

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Failure can be as good teacher, often better in fact than success. In success, you show mastery of something you’ve already learned. If you can get out of the shadow of ego, failure will teach you exactly where you’re lacking.

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Coffee County has the highest concentration of caves in Tennessee. Tennessee has over 11,500 caves. To be on the Tennessee Cave it has to be at least 50 feet. Many are much more than that.

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Youth between the ages of 10-16, who are hunter safety certified and who have never harvested a deer, are eligible to win a spot in what has become an annual special hunt. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will host the hunt in conjunction with the opening day of the 2020 Tennessee You…

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Preparing a well-balanced dinner on most days of the week is a challenge for many working adults. Unless you plan ahead, healthy intentions can quickly end in a less than healthy plate. How do you provide healthy meals quickly? Two popular cooking methods may help.

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Want the most unique costume at the party, or the one that’s perfect for your child? Make one yourself with a little help from some local experts.

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Fast, mobile and ready, food trucks have proved to me more than an immerging trend, they have become a commonplace addition to the brick-and-mortar venue.