LOCAL NEWS | On Monday, the Metro Council passed the third and final reading of the 2022-23 Metro Budget. The four cent property tax increase will represent $10 additional dollars on a $100,000 home.
LOCAL EDUCATION NEWS | Motlow State will host 12 days of admissions, advisement, and registration assistance for local students beginning on June 27.
From a Fourth of July celebration to a trail ride to a week long celebration to the current two-day event, the Lynchburg tradition known today as Frontier Days enjoys a past dating back to 1962.
LOCAL NEWS | On Thursday, Jack Daniel’s officials met with local farmers and announced a compromise on the proposed phase out of the Feeder Cow Program.
Moore County farmers can get paid $13 per acre to cut hay through the Grassland Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). That’s a game changer, according to one local farmer we spoke to recently.
LOCAL NEWS | Today is the filing deadline for candidates for the August general election. On Friday, Bonnie Lewis announced she wouldn’t seek re-election after one term as Metro Mayor.
Shirley Jean Rogers Hall, age 75, of Moore County died on Monday, February 21. Visitation with the family will take place on Saturday, February 26 at Pleasant Hill Methodist Church.
Moore County native James Terry Amacher, age 68, of Manchester died on Friday, February 18. Visitation and memorial services will be held on Saturday.
LOCAL OBITUARY | Former Lynchburg coach Edward “Bully” Sullivan died on Wednesday at the age of 94.
LOCAL SPORTS | Moore County plays their final regular season home game tonight against Lincoln County before heading into tournament season.