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Five from Fayetteville Middle School basketball were honored in the Duck River Valley Conference for their efforts this past season. Pictured are (from left) Gracie Hoagland, All Conference; Zach Hernandez, All Conference; Isaiah Thomison, All Conference; Aljarea Johnson, All Tournament; and…

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The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is launching a new smartphone app, “TWRA on the Go,” with enhanced features to make it easier to hunt, fish, boat, and enjoy wildlife.


Fayetteville’s Kevin Keele accepts a $50 gift card after being the Redemption Week Winner in the Ultimate Football Contest, presented by The Times and sister papers in the area. Presenting the card is Lucy Williams, editor and publisher of the EVT.

The Tennessee Valley Authority and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have reached a multi-agency agreement to provide continued funding for three federal fish hatcheries that have stocked waters in Georgia and Tennessee with millions of trout.

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Fayetteville Parks and Recreation youth softball/baseball registration is set for Feb. 2 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.

The road to the Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association (TMSAA) basketball championship got underway Saturday at Fayetteville Middle School.

Fayetteville High School introduced James Kenneth (Kenny) Morson to the student body last week, announcing his hiring as the new head coach of Tiger football.

The Lincoln County High School’s swim team split with Tullahoma in their first action of the new year. The ladies finished with the win, 37-28. The boys were defeated, 40-28.

Carson Tucker, a fifth grader from Riverside Christian Academy, advanced through the second round of Hoop Shoot competition for 10- to 11-year-old boys and will compete in the state finals to be held Feb. 2 in Franklin. After finishing tied at 17-17 in regulation, Carson advanced to the cham…

Former Falcon and now Tennessee State University kicker Antonio Zita was one of seven OVC football players to be named to the 2018 Phil Steel Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Freshman All-American Team.

The road to the Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association’s Basketball State Championship gets underway Saturday at Fayetteville Middle School.

Two from the Fayetteville Elks Lodge 1792 Hoop Shoot advanced through the second round in Lawrence County and will compete in the state competition Feb. 2 in Franklin. Emma Grace Dye (at left) from Ralph Askins School was the 8- to 9-year-old winner, knocking down 21 of 25 shots. The mark al…


The year 2018 was filled with great sports moments in Fayetteville-Lincoln County. Following are some of the highlights and accomplishments of athletic teams and individuals during ‘18.

The Eagles finished as the champions of the 3rd Annual South Lincoln Middle School Invitational Tournament held over the Thanksgiving break. South defeated Huntland’s Hornets in the title match-up.

The Lady Eagles finished in the top spot of the 3rd Annual South Lincoln Middle School Invitational Tournament, defeating Huntland’s Lady Hornets in the championship.

Lucy Williams of The Times presents a gas card to Jason Groce, the Week 12 winner of the newspaper’s Ultimate Football Contest.

One special Bobcat had a memorable basketball homecoming and eighth grade recognition night at Flintville School. The team’s manager, Jarrett Steele, scored a point that will forever be remembered. Jarrett has been the manager for five years, but on homecoming night, he went out on the court…