Frontier Days kicks off on Friday in Lynchburg and here are five things you don’t want to miss.
Tabitha Evans Moore
Two local boys got a surprise visit from Lynchburg native and bass fishing legend Bill Dance this past weekend.
Motlow State recently name Dr. Amy Holder as their Dean of Nursing and Allied Health.
With the June 30 deadline looming, the Metro Council failed to pass it’s second reading during Monday night’s regular session meeting.
The budget actuals from 2019-20 show $5,138,491 in expenses and the budget estimates from fiscal 2020-21, show a total of $5,297,622. That’s a total year-to-year increase of $159,131 or three percent.
On Thursday, Jack Daniel’s Distillery officially renamed Barrel House 114 the “George Green Barrel House” in honor of Nathan “Nearest” Green’s son, George, and the extended Green family.
Looking for a high paying job in at Nissan or other area manufacturing jobs that use robotics? Motlow’s Mechatronics Certification is the way forward.
Any local non-profits want to host a Mulberry Creek Clean Up Day? There’s a new state grant for that.
A new state Clean Stream Grant could pay for rakes, work gloves, garbage bags, and other items needed to clean up the Mulberry Creek.
The Arrowhead Boys Ranch in Normandy plans a fireworks fundraiser for Saturday, July 3.
The list of local wildlife wandering in and around Moore County is endless. If you fancy yourself a photographer, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency wants your best shots for their 2022 calendar.