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Motlow College will be closed on May 27 in observance of Memorial Day. The holiday closing includes all facilities on the Moore County campus and at the Fayetteville, McMinnville and Smyrna centers. All sites will close at 4:30 p.m. on May 24 and remain closed until May 28, when normal business hours will resume and summer classes will begin. Motlow offers several options for students wanting to take summer classes.
Fayetteville Public Utilities offices will be closed on Monday, May 27, in observance of Memorial Day. If you need emergency utility assistance, please continue to call (931) 433-1522. Dispatchers and service crews will be available to assist in case of outages or leaks.
National Storm Shelters is uniting small businesses across the state to ensure storm shelters are readily accessible to residents. Directors have announced their latest partnership with Fayetteville Lumber & Supply Co. Fayetteville Lumber & Supply Co. has been selected to join 32 Tennessee businesses that will carry National Storm Shelters’ above ground safe rooms and underground shelters. “With hundreds of tornadoes plowing through our state every year, easy-to-access storm shelters
First National Bank Student Advisory Board members from Lincoln County continue to give back to the community. Recently board members spent time reading to students at Ralph Askins Elementary. Pictured here is Mrs. Liz Durham’s Kindergarten class. The bank board members on hand for the reading are (from left) Brian Minter, Riley McCown, Marina Poole, Mackenzie Watson, Jessica Osier, Lawryn Bevels, and Carlie Shelton.
Janie Peery, daughter of Nathan and Elizabeth Peery, has been chosen the June Dairy Month chairman for Lincoln County for 2013. June Dairy Month activities are designed to communicate the value of milk and dairy products to the community. Janie is very active in 4-H. Projects she is involved in include beef, dairy judging, livestock judging, public speaking, Exchange Club, and Honor Club. She placed second in dairy judging and
First Class Cadet Nevada Shelton and the U.S. Military Academy Flying Team competed at the 2013 National Intercollegiate Flying Association’s Finals at Ohio State University May 5-10. Competing against over 40-plus schools – champions from around the country, including more than 250 pilot competitors – Shelton, a senior set to graduate May 25, placed 10th in the nation in the navigation competition. The competition grades every aspect of a cross
Each year, Fayetteville Public Utilities Water Department reports the results of their water quality testing as a provision under the Safe Drinking Water Act of 1996. This report provides FPU customers and the community with the scientific data confirming the safety and wholesomeness of the water supplied by FPU’s Water Department. Learn more about the testing, filtration and purification of your drinking water in FPU’s 2012 Water Quality Report which