- North Central Telephone Cooperative awards eight area students a total of $10,500 in scholarships.
- The Macon County High School Tigers and Tigerettes host a basketball camp for local students.
- The annual Auto Jam takes place in downtown Red Boiling Springs. Best of Show goes to Betty Sellers while Eddie Gregory takes home the Jimmy Neal Roark Award.
- Congresswoman Diane Black holds a meet and greet in Macon County.
- Ms. Hillbilly Heather Smith who raised $3090.31, got to put a pie in the face of Mr. Hillbilly Tony “Cheesy” Gregory who raised only $2033.04.
- Macon County High School’s Jessica Law, Monroe County High School’s Lauren Hammer, Clay County High School’s Tara Pedigo, and Red Boiling Springs High School’s Shaylee Ellingson depart for the Tri-County Electric sponsored Washington Youth Tour. They are chaperoned by Tri-County Electric employee Tracy Roark and Red Boiling Springs High School teacher Tammy Marlow.
Macon County hosts exchange students Srinthon Chanvinthitkal (Inez) from Thailand and Roulin Chen (Dayna) from China.
Tony “Cheesy” Gregory and Heather Smith are named Mr. and Ms. Hillbilly
The Macon County Sports Hall of Fame inducts Bryan T. Butler, Pat Dyer, Claudette Langford, Tillman Boren, and Doris Kirby Jenkins.
The Macon County Arts Council brought the Nashville Symphony to Lafayette as part of their Concerts in the Park series.