The Arrowhead Boys Ranch in Normandy will host a BBQ & Auction fundraiser on Saturday, September 25.
Monday morning, Moore County Public Safety officials ramped up local notifications of potential flash flooding in the area caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida.
Vanderbilt recently announced a vaccination mandate for all employees including those at Vanderbilt Tullahoma and Vanderbilt Bedford County.
DREMC officials cancelled their Annual Membership Meeting due to rapidly rising COVID cases.
Lincoln County officials want Moore County student to know they are invited to a College and Career Fair on August 30.
According to the latest numbers, more Moore County citizens are likely unintentionally transmitting COVID-19 to their family, friends, and neighbors than other surrounding counties.
On Tuesday, Tyson announced a vaccine mandate for its entire workforce including the nearby Shelbyville plant. Workers have until November 1 to show proof of full vaccination.
The bad news: new COVID 19 cases are on the rise in Moore County. The good news: the vaccination rate is also slightly increasing.
Statistics indicate that the Delta variant has arrived in Tennessee. Cases are spiking as close as Franklin County.
The Arrowhead Boys Ranch in Normandy plans a fireworks fundraiser for Saturday, July 3.