LOCAL EDUCATION NEWS | Four Motlow State faculty members were recently selected to be part of the inaugural HIP (High Impact Practices) Ambassador cohort and will attend the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) 2022 HIP Conference in January.
ACT score rankings and softball field seating upgrades are on the agenda for Monday’s Metro School Board meeting
LOCAL NEWS | Personnel policies review, budget input, a mid year report, and a request to upgrade seating at the MCHS Softball Fields are all on the agenda for Monday night’s Metro School Board meeting.
The loan will address infiltration and inflow correction within the sewer collection system and has a 20-year term at 1.03 percent interest.
The Raiderettes fell to Cannon County last Friday night in Woodbury. Chloe Brazier led for Moore County with 19 points followed by Olivia Richards with 12.
A school system copier contract, permission to transfer Moore County Schools funds for federal projects, and the 2022 Whiskey Odyssey Bike Tour will all be new business in the December Metro Council meeting.
Culleoka proved no match for the Raiderettes potent offense on Thursday. Ellie Graham led for the Raiderettes with 16 points followed by Paisley Logan with nine.
Today will be Diane Dickey’s final day in the halls of Lynchburg Elementary. The beloved LES secretary and bookkeeper will retire in 2021 after 36 years.
The Raiders fell to the Wildcats 63-60 in front of a nail-biting home crowd. Sophomore Alex Copeland led for Moore County with 22 points followed by senior Will Harder with 16 points.
Lynchburg natives Ken McBroom and Tammy Preston McBroom live just a few miles from Mayfield, the town flattened by the December 10 tornado. The Times talked to them on Sunday to get a local perspective on the devastating storm.
Hot three point shooting by the Lady Wildcats led to a 55-34 Raiderettes loss at home. Chloe Brazier led for the Raiderettes with 13 followed by Ellie Graham with 10.