Motlow State EMS Education professionals visited South Lincoln School on First Aid Day to teach students about first aid, CPR and AED use, environmental emergencies, emergency trauma and bleeding control. For sixth, seventh and eighth grade students, the professionals taught the Heimlich man…
A proposal to install traffic lanes and a holding area, designed to relieve morning and afternoon traffic congestion at Ralph Askins School, has been abandoned by the Fayetteville Board of Education.
Lincoln County Board of Education officials voted unanimously last week to move forward with leasing a portion of the Ninth Grade Academy building to a Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) Center.
Motlow State’s Fayetteville campus is sponsoring an Agricultural Sciences Open House on May 16, with informational sessions at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. for prospective students who are interested in the College’s Agricultural Sciences “2+2” Program.
Crossroads Pregnancy Clinic will host a Community Memorial Garden event at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 18, thanks to planter boxes built by members of Lincoln County’s 4-H Honor Club.
The Fayetteville Lions Club has sponsored Fayetteville and Lincoln County school participation in the annual Tennessee Lions District 12S Drug Essay Contest for over 20 years.
Twenty-two Highland Rim School instrumental music students traveled to Community Middle School in Shelbyville to be adjudicated at the Tri-Lakes Band Directors Association Solos and Ensembles Contest.
Brandon Hudson, vice president of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) at Shelbyville, has been selected to join the 2019 class of the Postsecondary Leadership Success Program at the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE), a year-long immersion in leadership deve…
This year’s delegates to the American Legion Auxiliary Volunteer Girls State from Lincoln County High School are (from left) Hannah Stout, Caroline Mills, Emily Hopkins, and Brooke Osborne. Set to be held May 26 through June 1 at Lipscomb University, the program honors students with high mor…
Motlow Instructor David Cicotello, who survived for six days in a Utah slot canyon by himself, will be a featured speaker in Tullahoma at the Tullahoma Parks and Recreation D.W. Wilson Community Center for the Lunch and Learn Series on May 15, from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m., and at the Elk River …
Student workers of Bank of Lincoln County Falcon Branch implemented a marketing strategy to promote the new branch at Lincoln County High School – a television giveaway.
The State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP)/Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) is a statewide program that provides free and objective counseling and assistance to people with questions or problems regarding Medicare and other related health insurance.
Lincoln County High School FFA’ers took their annual Tractor Day celebration to Stone Bridge Academic Learning Center where pre-k students got an up close look at the tractors and paused for photos with the high school students.
On Holy Thursday, Fr. George Panthananickal, pastor of St. Anthony Catholic Church, washes the feet of the newly confirmed, inspiring them to continue the mission of Jesus in the world.
Educators from across the community gathered April 8 for First National Bank’s 28th Annual Teachers’ Appreciation Banquet held at Lincoln County High School.
Before the sun began to rise Tuesday, the first of participants in this year’s 40th Annual Tractor Day at Lincoln County High School arrives on campus. Originally set for February and rescheduled due to weather, the event celebrated Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapters around the country…
Students from Fayetteville High School and Lincoln County High School joined approximately 349 of their high school peers in Murfreesboro to express their views on public education in Tennessee at the Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA) Student Congress on Policies in Education (SCOPE).
Nashville-based eye surgeon, Dr. Ming Wang, traveled to Fayetteville to present a special Easter “vision care program” for members and guests of the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Senior Center.
Five standouts will be inducted into Lincoln County Schools’ Hall of Fame during the ‘Evening with the Stars’ Thursday evening, April 25, at Lincoln County High School.
Students, visitors and employees of South Lincoln School now have a better chance of surviving a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) because of a new Cardiac Emergency Response Plan surrounding the use of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs).
A generous contribution was given Tuesday by Farm to Table representatives to benefit the G-4 Community Garden project. The funds will help provide a fence around the garden located behind First Presbyterian Church.
Teresa Brown, (far right) president of the Alpha Kappa Club, and Cindy Tinney, (far left) vice president, present the Bessie Parks Memorial Scholarship to two members of the Class of 2019. Allen Scott Alcorn Jr., (second from left) a senior at Lincoln County High School, plans to attend Tenn…
Lincoln County Early Head Start and Amana Head Start, which is accepting applications for a variety of children and family services, will host an open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, April 18.
The clock tower of Lincoln County Courthouse is lit in blue in recognition of Autism Awareness Month throughout April. The observance is led locally by members of REACH of Lincoln County, an organization dedicated to empowering individuals with exceptional abilities to achieve hope, acceptan…
The West End Spring Revival, “Annual White Night Service”, “Seven Utterance of Christ on the Cross”, featuring seven preachers, seven words, seven minutes, will be held at on April 16-18 at 7 p.m. nightly.
Lincoln Medical Center announced last week that it has received a four-star quality rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in the most recent review.
Seventeen Lincoln County 4-H students competed in the Regional 4-H Horse Judging Competition, as well as the MTSU Horse Judging Competition, both held on March 14 at the Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro.
I believe in public education. I also know that there is no one size fits all strategy that will work in every school or district. This is a recurring premise among those of us who believe in local control of public education. A one size fits all solution is in effect no solution.
Students from Lincoln County High School’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter recently attended the FBLA State Leadership Conference at the Chattanooga Convention Center.
Milam Moorehead, a sixth grade student at Highland Rim School, Victoria Langley, a seventh grade student at Meridianville Middle School, Hailey Williams, an eighth grade student at Riverside Christian Academy and Jeremy Jones, a sixth grade student in the Riverside Home School Umbrella, were…
The 16th Annual Adult Abuse Coalition Conference, presented by South Central Tennessee Adult Abuse Coalition in partnership with the Life Care Centers of America and Adult Protective Services, will be held on May 7 at Northfield Workforce Development & Conference Center in Spring Hill.
The hard work of love for learning of one South Lincoln School third grader has earned him the opportunity to attend the National Youth Leadership Forum’s Pathways to STEM, a unique learning experience for bright, forward-thinking elementary school students.
Fayetteville Public Utilities’ (FPU) Student Utility Board (SUB) recently toured the Wastewater Treatment Plant and learned how Fayetteville’s wastewater is treated and returned to the Elk River, meeting all regulations of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Tennessee Departmen…