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LCHS hosts Veterans Day program

Posted on October 31, 2014 at 5:02 am

A Veterans Day program will be held at Lincoln County High School on Tuesday, Nov. 11, starting at 9 a.m. in the gymnasium. The event is open to the public. Prior to the program, there will a breakfast for veterans held in the LCHS commons area starting at 7:30 a.m.

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    Posted on October 29, 2014 at 4:02 pm

    Livestock Evaluation

    Lincoln County FFA participated in the State Livestock Evaluation CDE at the Tennessee State Fair, placing third in the state. Team members are (from left) Kaitlyn Ellis, Abigayle Pollock, Janie Peery and John Robert Snoddy. The team evaluated six classes of livestock, completed a team activity, gave two sets of oral reasons and completed a test. Pollock was high individual and Snoddy was third individual. The two also attended Ak-sar-ben

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  • Judging team

    Posted on October 29, 2014 at 4:01 pm

    Judging Team --

    The Lincoln County FFA Dairy Judging Team competed in the Tennessee State FFA Dairy Evaluation CDE held at the Tennessee State Fair, placing seventh in the state. Members are (from left) Alex Tanner, Tiffany Mosquera, Katie Peery and Erin Moore. They judged six classes of dairy cows and heifers, took a test and gave two sets of oral reasons.

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  • RCA robotics team competes in Music City BEST

    Posted on October 28, 2014 at 4:02 am

    RCA Robotics

    Riverside Christian Academy’s robotics team fared well in its first outing at the Lipscomb University and Nissan North America’s annual robotics bonanza: Music City BEST (Boosting, Engineering, Science and Technology). The school’s robotics team, R.A.R.E. (Riverside Association of Robotics and Engineering), has been in place since 2007. While the team has competed in area events in the past, this year marked their first venture into the Music City BEST competition.

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  • MMC offers Promise Plus scholarship

    Posted on October 27, 2014 at 4:01 pm

    Promise Plus logo

    Martin Methodist College has announced a grant program that takes Tennessee Promise to the next level. Because the college still offers an associate of arts degree, it is eligible to participate in the state’s Tennessee Promise program, which will offer $3,800 per year to each high school graduate who wishes to enroll in a two-year curriculum beginning in 2015. Now, Martin Methodist is sweetening the financial pot by offering a

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  • Volunteer to be a mentor

    Posted on October 27, 2014 at 4:00 pm

    All students who are applying for the Tennessee Promise scholarship being offered by the state of Tennessee have to participate in the Tennessee Achieves program, and Martin Methodist College – a Tennessee Promise-eligible institution – is encouraging all its alumni and friends to apply to be a Tennessee Achieves mentor. To apply, go to: http://info.martinmethodist.edu/mentor, and, that, in turn, will direct you to www.tnachieves.org. Deadline to apply is Saturday, Nov.

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  • Mentors needed by Saturday

    Posted on October 27, 2014 at 4:00 pm

    With this Saturday, Nov. 1, as the deadline, Tennessee Promise and Tennessee Achieves are in the final days of recruiting mentors to help graduating seniors make the most of the state’s offer of a free education through community and technical colleges. Thousands of students have signed up for the program already, and those who haven’t have until this Saturday as well to enroll. The plan, Tennessee Promise, calls for using

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