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Fayetteville-Lincoln County Senior Citizens Center is the official site for the Yellow Dot program in Lincoln County.

Jim Sandman and Lynne Davis, both of Lascassas in Rutherford County, are running for election to the Tennessee Republican State Executive Committee (SEC), for the 14th District in Aug. 2 elections.

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Fayetteville’s Sadie Wolaver, pictured here in action at the 26th annual International Finals Youth Rodeo (IFYR) last week at the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center in Shawnee, Okla., placed 10th in the final standings for barrel racing. Wolaver finished 14th in the first go with a time of …

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Ingenuity and teamwork are expected to result in a savings of over $50,000 on the replacement of conduits and wiring associated with the historic lighting fixtures around the inner-loop of the square, the focus of a Lincoln County Courthouse access improvement project that is currently underway.

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City Mayor Jon Law took the podium during Tuesday’s City Board meeting and, turning it the audience, announced he would not seek re-election in November.

A 49-year-old Alabama man charged in connection with a string of burglaries a year ago, including an aggravated burglary that saw a local man being dragged by his vehicle as he fled, received a 45-year sentence during a hearing in Lincoln County Circuit Court Tuesday.

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Against a backdrop of the Red, White and Blue, a hero’s tribute honored the legacy of Fayetteville son and the U.S. Navy’s 24th Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), Adm. Frank Benton Kelso, II, Saturday morning, as well over a hundred friends, family and guests gathered in the auditorium of the …

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William Barnard Hawk, 50, of Fayetteville was apprehended by authorities in Davidson County about mid-day Monday, just two days after an attempted homicide that sent a local woman to a Level I trauma center.

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The annual Tennessee Trustee’s Conference was held recently in Chattanooga. Lincoln County’s trustee, Mary Jane Porter, (standing third from right) attended several classes such as Internal Controls & How to Conduct a Risk Assessment, ACH Fraud and Security Trends and Tax Relief. The cla…

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The Tennessee Highway Patrol will hold checkpoints this month to check for sobriety and safety belt use in an effort to ensure overall public safety.

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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.

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Saturday morning a group of runners known as America’s Run For The Fallen crossed over the Moore County/Lincoln County line honoring the 20,0000 military members who have fallen since the USS Cole. Starting at Fort Irwin, Calif., on April 7, running 6,000 miles over 19 states in five months,…

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The Fayetteville-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau invites area businesses and organizations to make connections and build business relationships with others at the upcoming Breakfast Buzz.

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“This is a piece of America, a piece of history,” says Mr. James, a man whose identity The Times has agreed not to disclose, as he runs his hand across the 31-inch barrel of one of the first revolving Colt rifles manufactured more than 160 years ago – a rifle believed to have belonged to Abr…

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The Tennessee District Attorneys General and Judicial District Drug Task Forces achieved a clean financial operation report as shown in the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury’s recently released annual Review of Funds report.

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Early voting begins Friday, July 13, and continues through July 28 in the Aug. 2 elections, which will include the county mayor’s race and a number of contested local seats, as well as state primaries that will lead into November’s elections.

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Despite a round of heavy rain Wednesday night, the Blanche Freedom Festival, which culminated in a fireworks show that evening, was a big success. Earlier in the afternoon, a large crowd braved the heat to enjoy a wide array of games and activities, as well as live music with Dave Pittman. C…

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U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Joey Ashby in Lincoln County announced that producers who file accurate and timely reports for all crops and land uses, including failed acreage, can prevent the potential loss of FSA program benefits.

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Fayetteville’s First Friday Farmers’ Market is set for this Friday, July 6, from 5 until 8 p.m. on the north side of the downtown square.

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Students attending Lincoln County Schools can expect to see major changes this fall when it comes to their breakfast, lunch and snack offerings as the school system transitions to a contracted food management company.

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Two and a half years after 11-year-old Sienna Dusk Owens was killed in a shooting incident, her memory will live on through a new state law, referred to as “Sienna’s Law.”

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A strong line of thunderstorms which roared through Lincoln County Thursday afternoon resulted in the loss of a home due to fire caused by a lightning strike, as well as damage to other structures and power outages to over 6,000 customers.

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From face painting to waterslides and a classic car show, there was something for everyone during Saturday’s Independence Day Festival, presented by the City of Fayetteville at the Don Davidson Lions Club Complex. Topping off the evening was a colorful and patriotic display of fireworks.

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There are approximately 22 parcels of land to be sold in the upcoming delinquent property tax sale, according to Rebecca N. Bartlett, Lincoln County’s clerk and master.

Eagle Scout candidate Noelan Alcorn (675-9916) completed part of his Eagle project by building five picnic tables at the Joy Gleghorn Nature Preserve at Wells Hill Park. Carl Gleghorn, Gay Dempsey, and visitors to the park on a recent morning, Heather and Elliot Clemons, are pictured with No…

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For the better part of 40 years, Star Wheels Skate Center’s Tim Mitchell has been letting the good times roll, first at his brother’s rink at Crown Point, Ind., and then here in Fayetteville where he built and opened his first rink back in 1982.

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On Saturday, July 14, one of our hometown heroes will be honored in the auditorium of the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Museum. A program honoring the late Adm. Frank Benton Kelso, II, will commence at 10 a.m.