The Moore County News has a new team dedicated to producing a great community newspaper for the residents of Lynchburg and Moore County. Amy Hope, a Moore County High School graduate
and Lynchburg native, has been named general manager of The News by Lakeway Publishers Regional Vice President Brian Blackley.
“Amy has deep connections to the community, is invested in seeing the community and the newspaper grow and brings a strong local voice and passion to what we do,” Blackley said. “In her role, she will manage the day-to-day overall operations of the newspaper.”
Amy is the daughter of Sara Hope, the “A Little Bit of Hope” columnist for The Moore County News, and Joe Hope. She is married to Brandon Glaser and has three children. She returned to Moore County four years ago and is re-establishing her roots in the town she
loves so dearly.
She stated, “I am excited to help the paper become a hometown resource that the community will cherish.”
Joining Hope on the team will be Sarah Raymond, a former Tullahoma News employee. Raymond is a 2020 graduate of Martin
Methodist College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She served an internship working at the Pulaski Citizen and has been
managing digital content and websites for Lakeway Publishers of Middle Tennessee for the past seven months.
“Sarah has been successful at everything she’s done, but her passion is for writing and news,” Blackley said. “We feel she will make a great managing editor of The Moore County News.”
“I feel so blessed to have this opportunity,” Raymond said. “I love writing, and I am so excited to be able to use my gifts to benefit
the beautiful community of Lynchburg.”
The team is currently in place and will begin working closely together to bring fresh ideas and content to The Moore County News and to its companion website.