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As a part of COVID Pandemic relief, our Moore County public schools received over a million dollars in funding, referred to as ESSER (Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief) funds. These funds must be used to help offset learning loss due to COVID-19, including social and mental he…

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Lynchburg is lucky in many ways. This community is full of hard-working, talented people. One of them is our local veterinarian, Dr. Bryant Morton. Did you know that he not only is the beloved doctor for our animals, but he is part of an amazing competitive BBQ team? With Tripp Kingree and D…

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The Moore County News reached out to all four candidates for Metro Moore County Mayor with a seven question survey in order to allow our readers to get to know the prospective mayors ahead of early voting starting on Friday, July 15 and runni…

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Senator Marsha Blackburn visited Lynchburg on Monday, June 27th, as part of her annual 95 county tour, visiting all 95 counties in Tennessee. Senator Blackburn stopped by Mayor Bonnie Lewis’ office for a cup of coffee and a chat before visiting several businesses on the square, including Vel…

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Lynchburg native and professional angler and television host Bill Dance travelled with family last week for a visit.  An annual trip for the past three years, Dance and family have travelled from their home outside of Memphis to see his home place.  The Dance family stays in an Air B&B a…

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Since 1965 Lynchburg has been celebrating Frontier Days. I know my family has some special memories of celebrations in the past. It was a simple time and so much fun for the whole community.  It was like a family reunion and everyone enjoyed

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Ben and Orpha Horst out of Belvidere, TN have been sharing homemade and fresh cooked donuts with the surrounding communities by truck for about a year.  “We both come from a rich history of home cooking.  Our donuts are based on a combination…

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On Friday, June 10 and Saturday, June 11, the granddaddy of all Lynchburg events, Frontier Freedom Days, will be back like a dependable old friend. With a good mixture of old favorites and new fun, this year’s celebration promises to provide …