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A series of new articulation agreements between Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) Shelbyville and Chattanooga State Community College will help to facilitate students transferring from TCAT Shelbyville to Chattanooga State. The agreements then allow Chattanooga State to award cr…

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Beginning Oct. 1, Fayetteville Public Utilities began participating in a Month of Service campaign to help stock the shelves at Junior’s House, a Lincoln County-based non¬profit agency that provides prevention, intervention and treatment services to physically and sexually abused children an…

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Lincoln County High School’s Naval Cadet Corps has been invited to Normandy, France, in June 2020 by Historic Programs to participate in the D-Day Anniversary Parade and the International Salute to Liberation that will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, announced Se…

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October is Dyslexia Awareness Month established to create awareness of the signs of dyslexia, dispel myths and offer resources to parents or teachers who need help with a child that struggles in school.

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On the heels of signing a five-year agreement that will see the Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) leasing a portion of Lincoln Central Academy (LCA), local officials learned Lincoln County is one of 59 Tennessee counties to receive a ThreeStar grant that will benefit the program.

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Billy Hix, retired teacher at Motlow State and founder of the Motlow College Foundation STEM Outreach program, recently spent two weeks in Chile serving as one of seven astronomy professionals chosen from across the United States for the Astronomy in Chile Educator Ambassador Program (ACEAP).

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A resolution, signed by Lincoln County Mayor Bill Newman and Fayetteville Mayor Michael Whisenant, recognizes September as Suicide Prevention Month in the hope of drawing attention to one of the most disruptive and tragic events a family and a community can experience.

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When he was a youth, Dr. Charles Alexander Kidd would sometimes tag along with his veterinarian father, Dr. William Kidd, on calls to care for animals.

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Between 350 and 400 people participate in the two-mile Silent Reflection Walk held in Fayetteville Sunday evening. Organized by Sheila Rico, the event raised $2,650 for the benefit of the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network efforts here in Lincoln County. Donations are still being accepted.…

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The Lincoln County Juvenile Court needs more CASA volunteers. Children need someone who will speak up for them in the court system. You can be that person for a child.

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Motlow State is one of the fastest-growing colleges in Tennessee and the nation. It is also considered one of the safest colleges among Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) institutions. Recent student surveys indicate that more than 99 percent of students feel safe at Motlow.

Sigma Phi Epsilon at the University of Tennessee at Martin presented three scholarships to incoming freshmen, including a Flintville student, Walker Weir.

Talented photographer and Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) superhero Nancy Rutledge visited Fayetteville High School to speak to the media class, sharing her top 10 hints on taking photos and sharing some of her favorite photographs with the students. FHS media students produce photo …

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Newly painted murals on the walls of the South Lincoln School Library are sparking the imaginations of students there, thanks to Lincoln County High School art teacher Jennie Roles-Walter and art intern Emma Womble.

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Dr. Penny Schwinn, Tennessee’s Commissioner of Education, made a stop at Fayetteville Middle School Thursday afternoon to visit classrooms. The commissioner joined students in activities and congratulated administration and staff on Fayetteville Middle’s designation as a Reward School. State…

The Multi-County Cancer Support Network’s 26th Annual Walk-A-Thon is set for Friday, Sept. 13, from 6 until 11 p.m. in the football stadium located at 839 Dinah Shore Blvd., beside the Franklin County Annex Building in Winchester.

As another school year begins, any struggles that kids might face often become more evident in a classroom setting. Students juggle the common challenges of learning, growing up and just fitting in among peers, but they may also experience additional stressors such as dealing with family iss…

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Martin Methodist College (MMC) is privileged to host Anthony “Tony” Mottola, who will present “Above and Beyond the Call of Duty: Observations from Ground Zero Command,” a firsthand account of the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center.

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Scouts BSA Troop 489 Scout Bryce Bills and Scoutmaster Truman Carroll were inducted into Scouting’s National Honor Society, the Order of the Arrow, this summer. For over 100 years, the Order of the Arrow has recognized Scouts and Scouters who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their da…

NAMI Tennessee will sponsor the NAMI Family-to-Family Education Program for family members and loved ones of persons diagnosed with serious mental illness.

The Lincoln Medical Center Ambulance Service recently received a grant through the Department of Homeland Security and the local Emergency Management Agency to receive some new training equipment.

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As NASA prepared to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing earlier this year, Scott Phillips, former NASA contractor and wood carver, designed a magnificent guitar commemorating the historic journey of Apollo 11 and the first men walking on the moon surface on July 20, 1969.

American Legion Post 42 Boys State delegates, who were honored at a banquet Aug. 5 after attending the weeklong program at Tennessee Tech University earlier this summer, are pictured with Jack Buck and Barbara Locklear of the Legion. The delegates include (from left) Eli Dodson, Will Ellis, …

American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary’s Girls State delegates, who were honored during a banquet Aug. 5 after attending the week-long program at Lipscomb University earlier this summer, include (from left) Hannah Stout, Caroline Mills, Libby Quick, Emma King, Carson Williams, and Emi…

The Fayetteville-Lincoln County Senior Center will present a Senior Info Expo on Friday, Sept. 6, from 8 until 10:30 a.m.

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Fayetteville Middle School has earned the distinction of being named a Reward School by the Tennessee Department of Education, an honor recognizing the school’s gains in academic achievement and growth for all students and for all student subgroups.

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South Lincoln School has earned the distinction of being named a Reward School by the Tennessee Department of Education, an honor recognizing the school’s gains in academic achievement and growth for all students and across all student subgroups.