Lots of publications will do a Top 10 year-in-review but here in Lynchburg, we do things a little different. Here’s a list of what our staff thinks were the Top 7 stories of 2022.
Did you know comedian Henry Cho owns a house on Tims Ford Lake? He does and performs annually at the South Jackson Civic Center. His next performance happens January 7.
The Raiderettes are using their holiday break to gain valuable reps. They traveled to the Richland Christmas Tournament and beat Gordonsville 44-24 on Tuesday.
Moore County’s next generation of farmers can learn about drone farming and other ag innovations at Tennessee Tech.
Flu season came a month early this year in Tennessee and hit hard, disproportionately affecting children, according to state officials.
The Community Colleges of Appalachia Board recently named Motlow State President Dr. Michael Torrence as the representative for the state of Tennessee.
THINGS TO DO | Kick off 2023 with a guided hike at Tims Ford State Park.
American Craft Distillery and Lynchburg Winery owner Ray Tucker died unexpectedly last Thursday. A Celebration of Life will be held for him on January 7.
On Tuesday, Jack Daniel’s officials appeared before the Lincoln County Commission to address citizen concerns about whiskey warehouse expansion on Wabash Road in Mulberry.
The Raiders used hot 3-point shooting and a high free throws percentage to earn a 70-54 over Culleoka last Thursday. Peyton Martin led with 21 points.