Project Graduation recently announced that the Miss Lynchburg pageant would take place on March 6 in Fayetteville.
The Lynchburg Chamber of Commerce recently received its share of $25,000 donated by DREMC and TVA to area chambers.
Brown-Forman – the parent company of Jack Daniel’s Distillery – is an independent, family-controlled, 150 year old business and they plan to keep it that way as Campbell Brown takes over as Board of Directors Chair.
Full bottling operation for Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey and Tennessee Apple are headed back to Lynchburg after being bottled in Louisville in 2020.
Motlow is now one of less that 10 places offering FANUC authorized training, which means that local students have an fast track to local high paying robotics jobs.
Parents of high-risk kids as well as local jailers and correctional officers will want to pay particular attention to changes made to the state vaccination plan last week.
Governor Bill Lee essentially grounded Moore County cheerleaders by signing Executive Order 74 last week. An area change.org petition seeks to change that.
An odor has replaced the smell of whiskey in Lynchburg lately. Warmer than normal temps means skunk mating season is starting a little early.
Blood supplies in southern, middle Tennessee are low. The Health Occupation Students of America chapter at Moore County High School plan to help by hosting a Red Cross blood drive on Tuesday, January 26.
MUD asks for the community’s participation in a survey to help them quality for a Community Block Development Grant.