New cases of COVID more than doubled in Moore County over the weekend. Moore County now has the eighth highest rate of infection per population in the state of Tennessee
Local boy Dustin Lynch released his “tip of the hat” album Tullahoma last December. The country crooner will appear in a virtual fundraiser for the Tullahoma Day Care Center on Sunday.
Motlow State continues to innovate to keep it’s faculty, staff, and students safe. They recently added no-contact temperature scanners on the Moore County campus.
Four area state parks — Old Stone Fort, Henry Horton, Cumberland Trail, and South Cumberland — will offer Day After Thanksgiving Hikes on November 27.
DREMC recently sent out a press release warning Moore County residents about an area phone scam.
Motlow College recently announced three new apprenticeship opportunities coming for those interested in developing a career in the nursery industry, robotics and automation industry, and municipal water treatment.
Motlow College recently nominated Larry Flatt for a Statewide Outstanding Achievement and Recognition (SOAR) Staff Excellence Award. Flatt’s been instrumental in the development of Motlow’s Automation & Robotics Training Center.
Hurricanes have ravaged the southern Gulf states this year. Line men from DREMC recently visited to help with the recovery.
Moore County gained 29 new COVID-19 cases in the last seven days. That’s almost double the number of the previous seven day period.
Area blood banks report dangerously low local blood supplies. MCHS will host a mobile blood drive on November 5.