The community is invited to the Veterans Day program set for Friday, Nov. 9, at Lincoln County High School.
Fayetteville Public Utilities (FPU) Student Utility Board (SUB) toured the water treatment plant to learn about how FPU takes water from the Elk River and turns it into clean drinking water.
While most high school kids were enjoying an opportunity to sleep in and rest during fall break, four Lincoln County High School students were up at dawn, working all day to assist folks in Wilmington, N.C., who had suffered damage from Hurricane Florence.
The Lincoln County Middle Schools Robotics Team – #OneLCRobotics Team #0806 – competed in the Tennessee Valley BEST Robotics Competition held at Calhoun Community College in Decatur, Ala., on Oct. 13 and has advanced to compete at the regional level in December.
Career and Technical Education classes at Lincoln County High School have made it possible for students to be involved in a Reverse Engineering Project, which allowed them to redesign, build in safety features, and fabricate a set of tractor splitting jacks and track system.
Lincoln County Schools is presenting the Sixth Annual Transition Fair: High School on Tuesday, Oct. 23, from 5 until 7 p.m. at the Lincoln County High School Commons area with door prizes and refreshments.
Motlow State Community College recently received approval from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to offer 100 percent of degree programs taught at the Motlow Sparta site and the Tennessee Fire Service and Codes Academy.
Fayetteville City Schools earned a top composite score for student growth over the year, according to an accountability snapshot presented to the school board during its September meeting.
Lincoln County School students surpassed the state average percent who scored “on track” or “mastered”, according to TNReady student assessment results, with proficiencies among the best in the south central district.
Lincoln County High School recently dedicated its updated culinary classroom to the memory of the John Smith, who passed away April 23 and served as vice president of operations for Franke.
Dr. Michael Torrence, president of Motlow State Community College, has been named to the Advisory Board of Western Governors University (WGU) Tennessee, the state-endorsed, nonprofit online university established as part of Governor Haslam’s Drive to 55 initiative.
The Fayetteville-Lincoln County Arts Center, Inc., is accepting applications for the third annual art and music scholarships for eighth through 12th grade students in Lincoln County.
Lincoln County High School’s marching band unveiled their new uniforms during Friday night’s game at Meadows-Thompson Stadium. Band students, boosters and supporters, as well as the department of education, have worked tirelessly to raise funds, approximately $45,000, to go toward the purcha…
Gears & Fears cyclo-cross event, hosted by The Imagination Library of Lincoln County, promises to be a family friendly event on Oct 6 at Don Davidson Park.
Eli Padgett, a student at Riverside Christian Academy, was recently recognized as one of Tennessee’s Top 100 Readers in First Lady Crissy Haslam’s Statewide Summer Reading Competition. Eli had to read at least 2,000 minutes to be considered for selection. Here, Eli pauses for a photo with hi…
Martin Methodist College (MMC) placed 37 out of 111 in the 2019 U.S. News and World Report Best Regional Colleges South Rankings based on official information released last week from U.S. News.
Elizabeth Barnes, a senior at Lincoln County High School, is among approximately 16,000 students across the national named as a semifinalist in the 64th annual National Merit Scholarship Program, announced officials with the National Merit Scholarship Corp. last week.
The TN College of Applied Technology (TCAT) Shelbyville Collision Repair Technology instructor, Eric Brown, recently had the opportunity to attend the NACE Automechanika held at the world center Atlanta, Ga.
Lincoln County and Fayetteville City FFA Chapters will be competing in the Tennessee Beef Council’s Third Annual Grill Master Beef BBQ Competition during the 2018 Tennessee State Fair.
Motlow State Community College is sponsoring internationally renowned speaker and award-winning author Tawan Perry to share a series of student success presentations on Sept. 10, 11 and 12, as part of Motlow’s Weeks of Welcome (WOW). Perry’s workshops focus on transitioning into college and …
Fayetteville Public Utilities (FPU) hosted its first Student Utility Board meeting for the 2018-2019 school year on Aug. 16 at the main FPU office for a day of orientation.
The Molino FCE Club members are pictured here with items collected to donate to Blanche School teachers. The club’s community service project each fall helps with supplies for the start of the school year.
While thousands of students across the state are applying for TN Promise, tnAchieves, the organization that operates the program in 83 counties, is recruiting 9,000 volunteers to serve as mentors.
Child Find is a component of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) that requires states to identify, locate and evaluate all children with disabilities who are in need of special education services.
The newly renovated gymnasium at Flintville Elementary School was dedicated last week to the memory of Joe Vann, a longtime educator and community leader whose career started at the school nearly 70 years ago.
The West End High School Alumni organization has awarded scholarships to four students from the Fayetteville City, Lincoln County and Alabama school systems. Here, Freddie McKinney, president of the organization, presents scholarships to (from left) Stanley High, Jr., and Brandon Moore. Not …
All Motlow State Community College campuses will be closed Thursday, Aug. 23, to permit faculty and staff to attend fall convocation. All campuses will reopen and resume normal business hours on Friday, Aug. 24.
Students who earned a degree, certificate or other credential from Tennessee’s public community and technical colleges in the 2016-17 academic year are projected to earn a total of $940.7 million annually during their working careers – about $224.2 million more each year than they would with…
Before closing its doors here in Fayetteville Wednesday, Nippon Steel and Sumikin Materials USA donated well over $100,000 in equipment to Lincoln County High School and Motlow State Community College here in Fayetteville.
The Fayetteville City FFA Chapter of Fayetteville High School recently traveled to Doyle to attend State FFA Leadership Camp at Camp Clements, bringing home several awards by the week’s end.
Described as the “gold standard” for school board members, the late Bill Askew has been memorialized by the school system he served for decades with the Fayetteville High School library named in his honor.
Fayetteville’s Board of Education celebrated the start of the new school year by treating teachers and staff to lunch, a tradition started several years ago. Here, grill masters Jeff Whitmore (at left) and Eddie Wilson cook burgers on the grill while Tommy Holland takes a cooler full of burg…
As students and staff at Lincoln County Schools return to session this week, it’s fair to say that all eyes – and all taste buds – will be on food, from fresh fruits and vegetables to made-from-scratch meals and other choices, as a new food service management company goes to work.
State Sen. Shane Reeves (R-Murfreesboro) and State Rep. Pat Marsh (R-Shelbyville) last week congratulated students, parents and the staff in Fayetteville City Schools for being identified as a top 10 district based on improvements in third through fifth grade science.
The graduation rate and the number of students who earned a community college degree or certificate within five semesters increased substantially with the first Tennessee Promise class, according to new data compiled by the College System of Tennessee.
Motlow State Community College has strengthened its commitment to improving student success by becoming part of the Achieving the Dream (ATD) National Reform Network.
Nora Kate Sumners, a student at Ralph Askins School, is the recipient of a special book from the Junior Round Dozen Club awarded at the end of the school year for being an outstanding reader at Askins School. Nora Kate is going into the third grade this fall.
The Hands of Mercy’s Back to School Mobile Pantry, an event that offers free food for the first 250 families and free backpacks, all on a first-come, first-serve basis, will be held Saturday, July 21, at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds.