Well, he always been Lynchburg-famous but now he’s about to be famous, famous. Buddy Beagle now has his own children’s book written by Margo Ganske.
The Raider offense continued to struggle in the home opener on Friday. Moore County lost to Forrest 21-7. They play undefeated Fayetteville City next Friday.
A Lynchburg native will be honored Saturday in Knoxville when UT and Pitt face off in the Johnny Majors Classic.
Three companies recently donated 15,000 pounds of food – equating to 12,500 meals – to Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.
The Raiders will play their home opener against the Forrest Rockets Friday night in Lynchburg.
Moore County gained 32 new, active cases in the first seven days of September and 146 cases in August. On Tuesday, Tennessee became the state with the highest daily reported cases per capita.
The MCHS Raiders suffered a tough one-point loss at Eagleville on Friday.
The Raiders head to Rutherford County this afternoon for the region opener against Eagleville. Kick off is at 7 p.m.
Motlow College re-affirms indoor masking policy following Governor Lee’s Executive Order and the Federal Department of Education’s plan to fight it in court.
Tennessee recognizes Suicide Prevention Awareness Week each September and Metro Mayor Bonnie Lewis will sign a proclamation honoring Moore County’s participation on Friday at the Courthouse.