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Vandie Davis Spirit Award nominees at Ralph Askins School are (from left) Lawson Honey, Alexa Teague, Macie Edwards, Liz Quintero Aguilar and Ben Locker. This award is given to a fourth grader who demonstrates a positive attitude, represents RAS well, is motivated to do his/her best, shows w…

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Vandie Davis Spirit Award nominees at Ralph Askins School are (from left) Lawson Honey, Alexa Teague, Macie Edwards, Liz Quintero Aguilar and Ben Locker. This award is given to a fourth grader who demonstrates a positive attitude, represents RAS well, is motivated to do his/her best, shows w…

Ralph Askins School students nominated for the Marilyn Ashby Award for Excellence are (from left) Lucas Durham, Vayley Hughes, Isaac Castaneda, Nora McCormick and Whit Sumners. The Marilyn Ashby Award is presented each year to one third grade student who demonstrates a commitment to the comm…

Lincoln County Mayor Bill Newman, seated, signed a proclamation last week declaring Feb. 20-27 National Future Farmers of America Week. Pictured with Mayor Newman are Lincoln County High School’s FFA members, LCHS Principal Bill Owens, and CTE Supervisor, Susan Welch.

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Cole Beddingfield of Fayetteville, was named to the Fall 2020 Dean’s List at Berry College. The Dean’s List honors students who posted an academic average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale while carrying a class load of at least 12 hours during the semester.

In the first picture, Mason Means is the son of Zach and Janna Means.  He is a fourth grader at Highland Rim.  According to those who selected him for the accolade, he loves playing video games, basketball and soccer.  “Mason is so sweet and always willing to do anything he is asked,” they said.

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In honor of School Board Appreciation Week in Tennessee, a breakfast was held to honor members of the Fayetteville City School Board. FHS students were on hand to provide musical entertainment, while students and staff from RAS, FMS and FHS sent video messages expressing their appreciation f…

At a request from Gov. Bill Lee, Fayetteville’s elected officials passed a resolution supporting the State Acquisition of Martin Methodist College during a special called meeting last Thursday. The University of Tennessee System wants to acquire Martin Methodist College to become the fourth …

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According to Lincoln County Schools' twitter account, Lincoln County High School will resume a normal, five-days-a-week schedule on February 1.

Motlow State Community College leadership plans a return to on-campus instruction and activities by Fall 2021. The plan is contingent upon the status and spread of the Covid-19 virus. Leadership will make the final determination of the College’s on-ground Fall 2021 plan later this summer. Cu…

LCS Superintendent Dr. Bill Heath presented the Lincoln County High School Robotics Team #547 with the first LCS Shining Stars Award at a recent gathering of the team. Dr. Heath stated, “The LCS Shining Stars Award is recognition to student groups who have represented the spirit of Lincoln C…

Fayetteville City Schools’ students went all out to show the system’s directors that they are “numero uno” on Superintendent Day. Students conducted a food drive in honor of Dr. Janine Wilson, retiring director, and Mr. Bill Hopkins, new director, with several boxes of donations going to Han…

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Imagine that you are building a new house; you’ve hired the contractor; determined the cost and know the approximate date when work will be finished. Later, you realize that shelving for closets, the pantry and the kitchen were not included; therefore, you will have to find additional money …

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Penny Schwinn, Commissioner of Tennessee Education, made a series of stops in Middle Tennessee that included South Lincoln School. The visit showcased the school’s early literacy program. Pictured from left are Dr. Bill Heath, Director of Lincoln County Schools; Director Schwinn; Jennifer Tu…

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Lincoln County Schools has announced that this Thursday, December 10, Flintville, Highland Rim, South Lincoln, and Unity schools will be joining Lincoln County High School in going virtual for the remainder of the semester.

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The Lincoln County School System has announced that students in grades 6 through 8 at Unity middle school will be mandated to attend school virtually during the week following Thanksgiving, November 30 through December 8. LCS has released a statement on the matter and it is printed below:

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Lincoln County Schools has announced that Flintville and South Lincoln schools will be fully virtual from November 30 through December 8, following Thanksgiving Break. The statement making this announcement is below.