Squires and Jack Daniel’s collectors may want to pay special attention to the Lynchburg Friends of Animals Silent Auction kicking off on Saturday. There will be many one-of-a-kind Jack items available.
Motlow State Women’s Basketball Coach Kezia Conyers is not only a successful player and coach but also a published author.
The Bigfoot Festival kicks off in Tracy City on September 29 with live music, food trucks, a zipline, hot air balloon rides, fireworks, and, of course, our mysterious furry friend.
Custom guitar shop, Squires raffle Eric Church autographed Jack Daniel Whiskey Barrel Guitar for a good cause
It’s a pay-it-forward collaboration between an Arizona custom guitar shop, a few Jack Daniel’s Squires, and The Chief himself. You can win this custom guitar and support Lynchburg non-profits.
COVID taught us that students can learn anywhere. A new Motlow State, T-Mobile partnership will help 2,100 local students stay on their degree path and meet their educational goals.
Thirteen second half points sealed a 26-13 win over Region 5’s Wayne County on Friday.
Beginning Sept. 25, Tennessee State Parks will host volunteer events through the month of October in support of the Tennessee Serves monthly challenge. Activities will take place at all 56 Tennessee State Parks including Tims Ford State Park located between Moore and Franklin counties.
Who was the real Jack Daniel? To celebrate his birth month of September, we examine the man beyond the brand and how he shaped Lynchburg in some unexpected ways.
A Tik Tok Challenge is influencing kids to destroy school property nationwide. MCHS officials report two incidents in the past week.
Time is running out to get your Grandmother or Mema’s favorite recipe into Lynchburg Bicentennial Cookbook. It’s easy and free to submit. The deadline is this Saturday.