The Moore County Raiders held on to beat Eagleville 6-5 on Tuesday to secure first place in District 8A baseball play.
Pre K registration in Moore County will take place on Friday, April 16 from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at LES.
Due to severe winter weather and icy road conditions, the February Metro Council meeting will be postponed until March 1.
As of early Tuesday morning, nearly 1,100 Moore County residents remained without power. DREMC linemen were forced to stop repair attempts Monday night when road conditions and falling trees made it dangerous to continue.
As of today, Moore County has 20 new COVID cases and will not receive a shipment of vaccine this week.
At 1 p.m. on Saturday, AT&T and state officials stated in could be several days before Internet services come back online following the bombing in Nashville.
Raider Nation heads to Carroll County on Friday as the Raiders take on the Huntingdon Mustangs in playoff action.
As of the latest number from the Tennessee Secretary of State, 1,154 locals have voted early so far and 39 have cast absentee ballots for a total of 1,193 votes.
The Moore County Raiders moved up two spots to tie with Greenfield as the number five Division 1, Class 1A team in the state, according to this week’s AP Tennessee Football Prep Poll.
Despite a narrow loss in Fayetteville last Friday, Raiders are still one of the top 10 Class 1A teams in the state, according to the AP.