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An Atlanta, Ga., benefactor, originally from Fayetteville, has named Donalson Care Center as the recipient of a trust donation of over $75,000, according to discussion in June’s meeting of the Lincoln Health System’s Board of Trustees.

Martin Methodist College’s (MMC) Division of Nursing Chair Michelle Decker walked across the graduate platform at the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) in May to receive her doctor of nursing practice (DNP) degree.

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Burt & Co. staff helped folks beat the heat, while assisting a worthy cause, with this lemonade stand last week. Proceeds benefitted Junior’s House Child Advocacy Center. Pausing for a photo in front of Burt & Co., located at 509 Main Avenue South, are Channing Burt, Lola Burt, Lyla …

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Lincoln County 4-H’ers participating in the County Sheep Show are (from left) Cordell Eslick, Cary Eslick (Jr. High Showmanship winner), Colton Moorehead and Katie Pardon (Senior Showmanship Winner).

John Long is the new pastor of the Booneville, Mulberry and Harms United Methodist Churches.

Ada Corder is this year’s recipient of the Ninth Annual Greg Holder Achievement Award at South Lincoln School. Holder, a longtime educator and administrator, was the first principal of the school.

Lincoln County 4-H members who participated in the County Horse Show will go on and participate in the Regional and State Horse Shows. Pictured are (front, from left) Tahlia Stephens, Carrie Brigham (Junior Showmanship winner), Levi Biles, Brooke Biles, (rear) Chayton Stephens, Mahalya Goedd…

The Petersburg High School Reunion for graduates, attendees and faculty of 1950-1970 classes will be held Saturday, Aug. 4, at the Howell Community Center in Howell beginning at 5 p.m.

Lincoln County 4-H’ers participating in the County Beef Show are (front, from left) Kylen Delap, Dustin Thomas (Senior Level I Showmanship Winner), Clay Owen, Ella Pollock, Maelee Willliamson (Junior Showmanship Winner), Jana Owen, (rear) Eli Fisk (Jr. High Showmanship Winner), Ben Fisk, Ken…

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The 23rd Annual Shadow Valley Gospel Music Festival, a three-night outdoor concert series featuring some of the biggest names in gospel music, will be held July 12, 13 and 14 at 54 Warden Road, just off Highway 231 North of Fayetteville.

The Southern Tennessee Ladies’ Society culminated this year’s mission by “Celebrating Our Scholars” with a Scholarship Awards Ceremony at the Franklin County Country Club in Winchester. 

Motlow State Community College recently held a Pinning Ceremony recognizing the 2018 Nursing Class graduates. Pictured are (seated, from left) the Motlow Moore County campus graduates Amy Evans, Lori Todd, Stephanie Godinez, Kayla Matlock, Jessica Joslyn, Megan Walker, (second row) Tricia Hi…

The family of Robert Nicholas Creson announced the 2018 recipients of the Nicholas Creson Memorial Scholarship. Pictured (at center) is KayLee Robinson, 2018 graduate of Riverside Christian Academy. The scholarship of $500 was presented by Madison Shelton (at left) and Case Creson. KayLee is…

Tessa Ollis and Kyliegh Ollis, daughters of Megan and Andrew Ollis, have been collecting Bible story books for the Lending Libraries in Fayetteville from Booneville United Methodist Church. Some of the Bible story books are new, and some are slightly used. Sara Weber is pastor of Booneville,…

Cooper Moran, of Fayetteville, was one of 57 students statewide to participate in the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Humanities during the month of June.

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The Central High School Class of 1978 will be holding its class reunion on Saturday evening, Aug. 25, at the Elk’s Lodge in Fayetteville from 7 until 11 p.m.

The 2018 First National Bank Student Advisory Board recipients of the annual Parmenas Cox Student Advisory Board Scholarships are Olivia Cox, Ardmore High School; Carson Warner, Forrest High School; Angel Howland, Tanner High School; Eli Wright, Riverside Christian Academy; and Kris Warf, Ri…

The 2018 First National Bank Student Advisory Board recipients of the annual First National Bank/Raymond James Investment contest are Patrick Jobman, Elkmont High School); Katy Payne, Grand Prize Winner, Ardmore High School; Mack Young, Giles County High School; and Will Eldridge, Riverside …

David C. Moyers turned 100 years old on June 6 at Donalson Care Center, where he has resided for eight months. Moyers was a farmer and worked at Kraft Foods. He is pictured with daughter-in-law Patricia Moyers, granddaughter Amber Eldridge, great-granddaughter Courtney Jones, and great-great…

Maggie Dunivan of the Lincoln County Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter is Tennessee FFA’s 2018 Star Greenhand sponsored by Farm Credit Mid-America. The Star Greenhand is the highest award in the state bestowed on a Freshman FFA member.

Valerie Thomison (at left) recently retired after 39 years with Lincoln Medical Center, an affiliate of Lincoln Health System, as a licensed practical nurse in the med/surg department. Pictured here with Thomison is Airess Johnson, RN, director of med/surg.

Members of the Stonebridge Garden Club are presented a resolution honoring their many contributions to the City of Fayetteville by Mayor Jon Law. The resolution, adopted by the full Board of Mayor and Aldermen Tuesday, recognizes the club’s work as its members maintain three city gardens, th…

Nine-year-old Jacob Smith thanks Lincoln County Mayor Bill Newman after a long day as serving as Mayor for the Day, an honor the youth won at a Riverside Christian Academy fundraiser. Jacob had brought his friend and cousin, Aubrynn Cobb, with him to enjoy the day as a special assistant to t…

Do you know how those in history loved their Dairy? Well, here it is! Milk has been a part of our nutrition since time immemorial. Rich in nutrients, milk in its various forms has a long, long history...

Johnny Wyatt (far left) and Andy Wyatt (far right), sons of long-time educator Kate Wyatt, congratulate this year’s recipients of the Kate Grisham Wyatt Memorial Scholarships, Kara Minor and Alexis Britton. Kara is the daughter of Amanda Cavanah of Petersburg, and Alexis is the daughter of J…

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Medicare is mailing new, more secure Medicare cards with a Medicare Number that’s unique to every person with Medicare. Medicare is getting rid of the old card because the old Medicare Number was based on a person’s Social Security number. Scammers sometimes use Social Security numbers to tr…

Jlegna Goodwin (at center) is the 2018 winner of the Vandie Davis Spirit Award at Ralph Askins School. Also pictured are (at left) Avery Cross, the 2017 winner, and Brittany Barnett, Mrs. Vandie’s daughter. This award is given to a fourth grader who demonstrates a positive attitude, represen…

Saylor Hancock (at center) was the 2018 winner of the Marilyn Ashby Award at Ralph Askins School. Pictured with Saylor are (at left) Gavin Stubblefield, the 2017 winner, and Marcia Cannon, Mrs. Ashby’s daughter. The award is presented each year to one third grade student who demonstrates a c…