LEBANON, Tenn. — The Moore County Raiders Wrestling Program is young compared to some legacy sports like football, basketball, and baseball but despite the fact that 2022-23 will only be the program’s […]
Moore Historical Society meets March 12
Longtime collectors and authors of “Jack Daniel’s Historical Memorabilia and Rarities” will be the speakers at the Moore County Historical Society meeting on March 12.
Motlow, Trevecca partner on Health Care Administration Bachelor’s Degree pathway
Motlow College officials and Trevecca Nazarene University officials recently partnered for a new health care administration bachelor’s degree pathway.
BEAT DOWN: Raiderettes get 64-26 revenge win over Collinwood
The Moore County Raiderettes beat Collinwood last night in Lynchburg by a final of 64-26.
Local Internet provider changes ownership
On Monday, a fiber and fixed wireless Internet company with deep Lynchburg roots announced the sale and rebranding of their 13 year old ISP.
Harton Realty Makes Gift to Motlow College Foundation
Harton Realty recently made to the Motlow College Foundation, which helps pays for local student to attend the Lynchburg-based college.
Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee awards grant to Motlow College Foundation
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee recently awarded the Motlow College Foundation a $4,500 grant to help students in Moore and other counties pay for college.
Parents crowd Monday’s school board meeting to demand answers about LES death threat
Dozens of parents crowded Monday night’s Moore County School Board meeting to demand answers about an alleged death threat at Lynchburg Elementary.
Final Hoorah: MCHS senior cheerleaders prepare for last game
With their last game on the horizon, three MCHS senior cheerleaders talk Moore County sports traditions, future plans, and what it’s meant to be on the Raider sideline.
Moore families invited to Special Education Transition Fair
Moore County families with special needs children are invited to a Special Education Transition Fair happening in Fayetteville on February 9.