Red Boiling Springs Elementary teacher Tammy Mea gets her blood pressure checked by CJ Dunn before giving blood at the Red Cross Blood Mobile on Wednesday, April 22.
Students of all ages from across Macon County performed in the production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast, and what a performance it was. They performed for five nights, beginning April 18 and never faltered.
The Lafayette Police Department and Macon County EMS responded to a wreck on Hwy 52, in front of La Tia restaurant on Friday, April 24.
Macon County Junior High students traveled to Tennessee Tech University on Tuesday, April 21, to participate in the Regional Mathematics Competition. Eighteen of our students (6 in each grade) represented MCJH and the Macon County community very well.
Craftsmen from Mark Evans Masonry work on restoring the Heritage Museum in Red Boiling Springs on Wednesday, April 22, a project funded by Vision 2020. From left, David Tuck, Mark Evans and Tyler Cole.
The following records were provided by the Macon County Sheriff's Office. All individuals charged are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.Lafayette Police Department
Dr. C. Sue VanBlaricum and staff invited the children from Learning Steps to her office on Wed. April 15, 2015. They learned the importance of taking good care of their teeth as well as what to expect when they visit a dental office. It was a pleasure...
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Last Tuesday, April 14, local authorities were dispatched to 101 Hannah Dr, off Akersville Road, in Lafayette for a possible homicide.
An one vehicle accident led to a fatality Sunday morning, April 19. A person driving by noticed a white pick up truck on its side at approximately 7:15 Sunday morning.
Last week, April 16, Walmart launched the Fight Hunger. Spark Change. campaign, a nationwide initiative calling on the public to take action in the fight against hunger. Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and other Feeding America member...
Eli Doss, senior at Macon County High School, was awarded a Trap Shooting Sports Scholarship to Bethel University on Friday, April 17.
A water bottle, with suspicious looking content was found on the Public Square in Lafayette early Saturday morning, April 18.
A two car collision occurred at Hwy 52 and Red Boiling Springs Road last Wednesday afternoon, April 15, sending two people to the hospital.
At last week's Rotary Club meeting, Rotarian Don Traylor recognized two of our longer serving members in the club, Radford West (April of 1982) and Ricky White (June of 1983), as well as two of our more recent members, Stephen Skinner (March of...
On the last Saturday in April in an odd-numbered year, the citizens of Red Boiling Springs (RBS) go to the polls. Voters in RBS have the task of electing a City Mayor and four City Council members Saturday, April 25.
Mr. Allen Douglas has been elected as the Chair of Macon County Republican Party (MCRP) 2015. Allen is a native Georgian, and worked in the Marine Insurance business for some 30 years living in Chicago, New York, Tampa, and Atlanta. He has retired and...
The Matt Cliburn Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser was heavily attended last Saturday, April 18. The cookout, bake sale, and Memorial ride, as well as items donated to raffle, all contributed to an all-time high of over $4,600 being...
Chelsea Blankenship, of Lafayette, a Modern Woodmen of America representative, has completed a five-day training program at Modern Woodmen's home office in Rock Island, Illinois.
Peter and Ann Whatton will be visiting Lafayette, the last week of April and the first week of May. Peter and Ann were first introduced to the Lafayette community through the Methodist Exchange in 1996. Now they have been adopted by our church and the...
The Macon County Right To Life High School Oratory Contest was held on April 13, 2015 at the Chamber of Commerce Building in Lafayette.
You see them at intersections around town, wearing their red fez hats, once a year collecting donations to help with children across the country. The Shriners volunteer their time to help raise money to go toward their children's...
The 8th annual World Autism Awareness Day on April 2 was observed by students at Macon County Junior High. This day, set aside by the organization Autism Speaks, aims to increase people's awareness about people, especially children, with autism.
The Macon County High School Tigerettes have a new head basketball coach. Mr. Larry White, former girls basketball coach at Red Boiling Springs, met with girls from the basketball team on Thursday, April 16. White will be over the Basketball Program...
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