STATE NEWS — The United States generates over 258 million tons of solid waste annually. This includes all household packaging, clothing, bottles, food scraps, newspapers, batteries, and everything else we casually toss […]
LOCAL NEWS — The Metro Moore County School Board unanimously approved the proposed 2020-21 Moore County School systems academic calendar at Monday night’s regular session meeting. To view the approved calendar, click […]
LOCAL NEWS — Due to scheduling conflicts for both the chairman and chairman pro-temp, the Metro Council will meet on the fourth Monday of November this month. Normally, regular session meetings are […]
EVENTS | Outdoors — It’s a ten foot wide by 100 feet deep crack in a sandstone cliff located in Savage Gulf State Natural Area. It’s looks like a giant door left […]
EVENTS | Books & Film — Regional Author Jerry Winnett will visit Lynchburg on Friday, December 13 at 1:30 p.m. for a book signing at the Moore County Public Library. You may […]
LOCAL NEWS — Rockefeller Center in New York City has their 70 foot high decorated Norway spruce and Lynchburg has their Holiday Barrel Tree. It’s been a Lynchburg tradition since 2011, and […]
For those who love intellectual deep dives on southern culture, Reckon Radio’s become a staple podcast. Produced by the AL.com and hosted by Amy Yurkanin and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist John Archibald, […]
LES Student Council asking for community’s help in supporting veterans this November.
Up and down legal battle between Fayetteville City and TSSAA ends with Tigers outside the playoffs looking in.
LOCAL NEWS — The federal government established Veteran’s Day (originally know as Armistice Day) on November 11, 1919. It commemorates the formal ending of World War I on the 11th hour of […]