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Jerry Mansfield (center), welcomed here by local retired educators Mary Lou Danner and Jimmy Pendergrass, was the guest speaker for the recent meeting of the Lincoln County Retired Teachers organization.

Mansfield visits Retired Teachers

Posted on December 17, 2014 at 2:48 pm

The Retired Teachers of Lincoln County met at Shoney’s Restaurant on Wednesday, Dec. 10, at 11:30 a.m. A delicious lunch was enjoyed by all. President Norma Bradford then welcomed the 20 members present. Erline Patrick gave the invocation which was excellent. She talked about space and Jesus and the wonders of both of them. Norma thanked members for bringing canned goods to support Good Sam in our area. Martha Wolf

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  • Scales donation

    Posted on December 15, 2014 at 4:48 pm

    Scales Donation

    Will Wright, kneeling with Dudley Do Wright (dog), and Tony Kimbrough presented the agriculture department at Lincoln County High School with a Paul Livestock Scale to use in classes and activities.  This addition is an important first step toward a long-term goal to develop a livestock facility. Students in the agriculture department already participate in programs such as livestock judging and showing, record keeping, supervised agricultural experience programs and large

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  • Local 4-H club news highlighted

    Posted on December 15, 2014 at 4:47 pm

    4-H

    Lincoln County 4-H Clubs have submitted activity reports for the month. Flintville School The following students from Mrs. Kimbrough’s fourth grade class at Flintville Elementary School placed first in the 4-H public speaking contest: Keely Bryant, Desiree Cox, Katilyn English, Zach Hoffman, Gabe Hunt, Nathan Jeans, Riley Lee, Dylan Mann, Audrey Owens, Carter Powers, Callie Shelton, Rebecca Shetters, Rilee Smith and Emily Whitehead. The following students also placed first in

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  • International Festival

    Posted on December 10, 2014 at 6:47 am

    International Fest

    Rebecca Swain, (right) dual-enrollment student and senior at Riverside Christian Academy, won a passport contest during Motlow Fayetteville Center’s International Festival. Laura Monks, director, presents Swain with a portable stereo speaker as her prize. The festival is in celebration of cultural diversity and to help educate students about study abroad opportunities. The festival included food, clothing, crafts, flags, music and more from countries around the world. During the passport contest,

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  • Wilson honored with student donation to needy

    Posted on December 10, 2014 at 5:47 am

    Fayetteville High School National Honor Society students, in honor of Su-perintendent’s Day, held a Thanksgiving food drive for needy families. Gift certificates for dairy and/or meat products to go with the food boxes were donated by The Fellowship of Christian Students.

    In honor of Superintendent’s Day, the National Honor Society at Fayetteville High School recently held a Thanksgiving food drive for needy families in the community. Each homeroom was asked to contribute items which made a full Thanksgiving meal. The Fellowship of Christian Students also donated gift certificates for dairy and/or meat products to go along with the Thanksgiving food boxes. A total of 33 meal boxes were collected. The boxes

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  • All State Choir

    Posted on December 9, 2014 at 3:06 pm

    All-State Choirs

    Lincoln County High School chorus members Sara Nimo (left) and Shannon McCool (right) are recognized by the state. Both ladies performed Tuesday evening, Nov. 18, at First Baptist Church in Nashville in the Tennessee Mid-State Honor Choirs and were also selected to the Tennessee All-State Honor Choirs which represent the top one percent of high school vocalists in Tennessee. Pictured with the students is Angela Beale, LCHS choir director.

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  • Youth summit Friday at LCHS

    Posted on December 8, 2014 at 3:06 pm

    Amy Lowe, Lincoln County High School teacher who is co-chair with Shannon Haston (not pictured) of the "Respect Program", holds one of the posters displayed in the school that encourages a respectful attitude.  ~ Staff photo by Laurie Pearson

    On Friday, Dec. 12, more than 200 people will participate in a Youth Summit at Lincoln County High School presented by “Move 2 Stand”. Nashville-based Eric Johnson, with the “Students Taking a Right Stand” program, is heading up the presentation, which will include 200 students, teachers and community stakeholders. “I think when you have something this big, you need the community involved … it’s good to have partnership and open

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