The Mulberry Lavender Farm’s annual Baby Lavender Plant Sale will take place on Sunday, March 21 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Moore County Raiders ended their season on Monday against Pickett County. They finished as one of the 16 best teams playing Class A ball in the state and the Region 4A champions.
According to Metro Mayor Bonnie Lewis, Moore County recently acquired state permissions to create a “temporary staging area for storm debris” for residents following the recent ice storm.
The Metro School Board meets Monday at the MCHS Library. Those who would like to watch the meeting remotely should email Director Moorehead by 3 p.m. today.
The scrappy guys in Columbia Blue will take on one of the state’s high scorers as the Raiders face off with Pickett County on Monday night in Lynchburg.
The Moore County Raiders beat Cascade on Thursday 53-48 to earn the Region 4A title. They will take on Pickett County in Lynchburg on Monday in a TSSAA sectional game. A win would move them on to the East Region State Qualifier game.
Heads up. Friday’s tornado drill will be broadcast over local TV and radio stations as well as NOAA weather radios.
Tennessee will move into the next risk-based vaccine phase on Monday. No word yet on when the vaccine will be available to all those 55 and older.
District 8 rivals the Moore County Raiders and Eagleville Eagles met for the fourth time of the 2020-21 season on Tuesday night – this time in the Region 4 Semifinal game. And this time, the Raiders walked away with a 40-30 victory.
Motlow College’s innovative adult learner model recently gained national attention for supporting adult students aged 25 or older