LOCAL NEWS | Another Election Night has passed in Lynchburg. Here are the “unofficial” winners from Thursday’s Moore County General Election.
LOCAL EVENTS | Popular southern comedian Killer Beaz will perform at the Lynchburg Distillery on Sunday, August 14.
LOCAL EVENTS | The Motlow State Theater Department will perform the children’s play “Too Many Frogs” in October and school groups are encourage to reserve their spots soon.
LOCAL NEWS | On Tuesday, the Jack Daniel Distillery and representatives from 3 Rivers Energy Partners co-hosted a town hall-style meeting to discuss the proposed anaerobic digester project. These were our staff’s main takeaways.
LOCAL OBITUARY | Lynchburg native Barbara Sue Thrower, age 80, died on Wednesday. Graveside services will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Booneville Cemetery.
LOCAL NEWS | Local drivers should be aware of National Guard runners on Moore County roads beginning around 4 a.m. on Friday, July 29.
LOCAL NEWS | COVID 19 cases are spiking in Moore County again, according to the latest numbers from the Tennessee Department of Health.
LOCAL NEWS | Based on several recent complaints, Duck River Electric wants Lynchburg customers to be aware of scammers pretending to be utility employees.
LOCAL NEWS | According to SmartAsset, Lynchburg ranks as the seventh most tax-friendly community for retirees in the state of Tennessee.
On Saturday, the National Suicide Prevention Hotline number, 9-8-8, went live in Tennessee. Six crisis centers located throughout the state will support it.