Residents living in and around the Tullahoma area can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with screenings by Life Line Screening. Center Grove Baptist Church will host the community event on Monday, June 12, at 10963… Read moreHealth screenings available in Tullahoma on June 12
The Elk Valley Times has selected Wyatt Langston as the 2023 baseball MVP for Riverside Christian Academy. Read moreEVT selects Langston as RCA baseball MVP
Editor’s note: “Let’s Eat” visits restaurants in Lincoln and surrounding counties providing reviews on the food, service and atmosphere. Restaurants are within 30 miles of Fayetteville, brick and mortar, and locally owned/non-chain. Now Let’s Eat, Lincoln County! This is an opinion column an… Read moreLet's Eat: Mopey’s Family Restaurant & Sports Lounge in Lewisburg
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Early access for “Diablo IV” began Thursday night — but the rollout of the highly anticipated action role-playing video game didn’t come without speedbumps, notably for PlayStation users. While the early access launch of Blizzard Entertainment’s “Diablo IV” appeared to go smoothly for many players who pre-purchased eligible editions of the game, some PS5 users reported receiving an invalid licensing error message. The error seemed to impact PS5 players the most, but some other users reported getting the message on additional devices, including Xbox. Blizzard acknowledged the issue, and later said a server-side balance hotfix was rolled out for all platforms. But some frustrated users still reported access problems Friday morning.
Dev Shah is the champion of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. The 14-year-old from Largo, Florida, had his spelling career interrupted by the pandemic, then didn't make it out of his regional bee last year. He was brimming with confidence in his final opportunity, asking precise questions about obscure Greek roots. His winning word was “psammophile,” and his root knowledge made it a layup. Dev takes home the winner's trophy and more than $50,000 in cash and prizes. Charlotte Walsh, a 14-year-old from Arlington, Virginia, was the runner-up.
Personal finance is a crucial aspect of everyday life, and the Bank of Lincoln County (BOLC) believes that education is the key to preparing students. Read moreBOLC partners with LCHS for On My Own program