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.
Interested in launching your own wine label, craft brewery, or artisanal distillery? MTSU fermentation science leader will participate a free seminar on June 3.
Cicadas only stick around a few weeks to mate and hatch eggs then back into the ground they go but local agricultural officials warns Moore County folks with fruit trees, especially young fruit trees, to prepare now to avoid damage.
Moore County residents who own property in the northern part of the county should know that Bedford County is one of four Tennessee counties picked to participate in the latest round of the Select Tennessee Property Evaluation Program (PEP). The other three counties are Greene, Hamilton, and Hardin counties.
In partnership with the Lincoln County Health Department, Motlow State Community College will host a COVID-19 vaccination day at its Fayetteville campus on Friday, April 30.