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Fayetteville City Schools has confirmed that one student at Fayetteville High School has tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed, and anyone in direct contact has been notified. Fayetteville City Schools asks that parents continue to check their children’s temperatur…

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Weather Update from Lincoln County EMAWe wanted to provide a quick update with the current snow forecast. Models still have a pretty high range of snow amounts, however, solutions have moved closer together. Timing and amounts have not changed too much since the previous email. But, some sno…

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Tina Freeman was on the agenda for the Board of Mayor and Aldermen Work Session last Thursday morning where she spoke of her concerns for the future of Trails for Kids at Don Davidson Park “in lieu of recent decisions and actions of past and current Recreation Board Aldermen.” She identified…

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The Elk Valley Times has just been notified that, as of today, January 7, the supply of COVID-19 vaccine allotted to the Lincoln County Health Department for the week of January 4-8 has been exhausted. As a result, vaccinations will not be carried out tomorrow, January 8.

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In the last couple of days, there has been some confusion over when, where, and how those who currently qualify for receiving a COVID-19 vaccine can acquire their first dose in Lincoln County. Printed below is the most up-to-date information on navigating this process, based on guidance issu…

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Weather update from Lincoln County EMA and National Weather Service 

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COVID-19 vaccinations will be available at the fairgrounds on Wednesday, January 6, and  every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., as well as Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. The vaccines will be administered in a drive-thru fashion and are free to anyone over age 75 or who q…

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On Saturday, January 2nd, the Lincoln County Health Department will be open and offering COVID-19 vaccinations to anyone 75 years of age and older.  This is in addition to persons in tiers 1a1and 1a2, which include high exposure health care workers, residents and staff of long-term health ca…

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Due to an intentional explosion near the AT&T communications building in Nashville, the Lincoln County 911 Center is experiencing an outage. IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE, CALL 931-433-4522.

As you celebrate Christmas today, remember it is the birthday of Jesus. He came to be the Savior of the world. No matter what you are facing, Jesus is the One who will never leave you or forsake you. Know Jesus, know peace, accept Him as your Savior.

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…