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Brown, Ariel Ashton, born on July 16 at Southern Tennessee Reginal Health System to Tiffany Hill and Ethan Brown. She weighed 6 lbs. 15 oz. and  was 18 inches long. She joins a sibling, Jaiden. Grandparents are Jeff and Pam Hill and Michael Brown. 

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Controlling weed lawns, pasture and hayfields is often a matter of timing. Nuisances like buttercups are easily removed with herbicides, but many producers don't think about spraying weed killers until it is too late for spraying to be effective. Dr. Gary Bates, our U.T. Extension - Forage S…

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March 1 is less than a week away and the first day of spring is just around the corner. Eight weeks ago, we were writing out New Year’s resolutions, setting goals and making plans for personal improvement in 2021. So… how’s your progress? Have you put into action what you set out to do? If s…

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Brown, Ariel Ashton, born on July 16 at Southern Tennessee Reginal Health System to Tiffany Hill and Ethan Brown. She weighed 6 lbs. 15 oz. and  was 18 inches long. She joins a sibling, Jaiden. Grandparents are Jeff and Pam Hill and Michael Brown. 

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Paisley Dyer, a 7th grade student at WMS, hits the target from 45 feet. Paisley's dad, Coach Chad Dyer says that archery will be one of many activities offered during Westwood Middle School's Journeys after school program.

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Farmer or Gardener? Start with a soil analysis

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Coffee County High School FBLA had 52 members participate in 44 competitive events during the TN FBLA Virtual State Competitions. The chapter placed in 27 events with 33 members qualifying for this summer's national competition.

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The Culinary II classes at Coffee County Central High School recently held a plate presentation competition and the students did an outstanding job.

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 Nashville Ballet will make their triumphant return to in-person performances this spring. May 14 and 15, Nashville Ballet company dancers will perform live and outdoors at Nashville’s acclaimed Ascend Amphitheater. Following a successful virtual season, featuring newly-filmed releases and a…

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4-H wins big at judging meat

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The engagement and forthcoming marriage of Destiny Angel Faith George of Centertown and Trenton Blake Lumbley of Manchester are being revealed. The couple plans to wed April 17 at 4 p.m. in Manchester at Rutledge Falls.

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Controlling weed lawns, pasture and hayfields is often a matter of timing. Nuisances like buttercups are easily removed with herbicides, but many producers don't think about spraying weed killers until it is too late for spraying to be effective. Dr. Gary Bates, our U.T. Extension - Forage S…

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When local student Kasen Holt ran for State secretary in 2016 for Jr. Beta at Westwood Middle School, she ran with the slogan Kasen Holt the Lighting Bolt. Now she has graduated to senior Beta and through the Coffee County Central High School chapter, she has once again taken the role throug…

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The Sportsmen & Businessmen's Charitable Organization recently donated a $600 grant to Coffee County Central High School Culinary Arts program.

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Area woman Larcinda Taliman Daniel’s grandfather worked alongside famed NASA rocket pioneer Werner Von Braun in a time when the fledgling space agency was making a historic push to reach the moon.

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March 1 is less than a week away and the first day of spring is just around the corner. Eight weeks ago, we were writing out New Year’s resolutions, setting goals and making plans for personal improvement in 2021. So… how’s your progress? Have you put into action what you set out to do? If s…

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 Manchester City Schools elementary Instructional Coaches in coordination with Dr. Mick Shuran, Director of Federal Programs and Instruction have developed a literacy program that is bringing educational togetherness opportunities for families while exploring a range of core curriculum throu…

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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…