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News for Moore County, Tennnessee

All County Unemployment Rates Fall

Every county in Tennessee recorded unemployment rates below 5% in September, according to the latest data from the Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD). September also marked the second consecutive month that rates decreased in each of the state’s 95 counties. Bedford County 3.5% in August to 3.1 in September Coffee County 3.4 in …

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Area Fire Task Force Helping in Warren County; Update Fire is now contained

On Tuesday afternoon around 3:15 pm “Task Force 6” deployed from Coffee County to help with the wildfires in Warren County. Firemen and apparatus’ from Manchester Fire-Rescue, Hillsboro, North Coffee and New Union Volunteer Fire Departments from Coffee County along with personnel and apparatus’ from Lincoln County, Moore County and Winchester Fire departments deployed from …

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Motlow Receives Grant Funding

Motlow State Community College has been awarded $68K for the 2022-23 fiscal year as part of the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) Relational Advising Grant to increase first-year retention rates. In 2018, the Governor’s Office began providing re-occurring funds for scaling relational advising across the 13 community colleges in Tennessee. As part of the Relational …

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Moore County to receive American Rescue Plan Grant

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) has announced 12 grants totaling $34,585,121 from the state’s American Rescue Plan (ARP) fund, part of which TDEC is administering in the form of water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure grants. Metro Lynchburg Moore County – $2,509,310 The county will leverage ARP grant funds with a State Revolving Fund …

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TWRA Grants for Aquatic Stream Clean-ups

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has announced the award of grant dollars to assist with 2023 aquatic stream clean-up projects across the state. The grants were awarded to various organizations for 17 projects across the state including: Tennessee Bass Nation Conservation/Youth Fishing: Tim’s Ford, Normandy, and Percy Priest lakes; located in Coffee, Davidson, Franklin, Moore, Rutherford, …

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Law Enforcement Agencies and Highway Safety Partners Receive Grant Funding

The Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) has announced $24.5 million in federal grant funds to be distributed statewide from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Over 350 federal grants exceeding $24 million in total have been awarded to law enforcement agencies and highway safety partners across Tennessee for statewide highway safety education and public awareness campaigns. Local Grants: Bedford Co. Sheriff’s Dept. $20,007 Bell Buckle $5,000 Shelbyville $25,000 Wartrace …

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More Mentors Needed for tnAchieves

With just one month until the October 21, 2022, deadline, tnAchieves still needs volunteer mentors to serve the TN Promise Class of 2023. At least 4,000 more mentors are needed statewide. Mentors volunteer one hour per month and are provided training as well as ongoing support from the tnAchieves team. Those interested in applying or …

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State announces $447 Million in Broadband Infrastructure Investments

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (TNECD) Commissioner Stuart McWhorter announced Monday that the state will award $446,770,282 in grants for the expansion of internet access across the state of Tennessee. In total, the broadband infrastructure grants will provide broadband access to more than 150,000 unserved homes and businesses …

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Unemployment Drops in almost every Tennessee County

Despite many companies still having several openings, nearly every county in Tennessee experienced lower unemployment in July. The Department of Labor and Workforce Development says Eighty-nine out of the state’s 95 counties saw their jobless numbers decrease during the month. Unemployment increased slightly in five counties and remained the same in one. Bedford County fell …

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Motlow is Leader of Student Engagement on Mental Health

Motlow State Community College understands the importance of supporting the mental health needs of students. Awareness of mental health needs continues to grow and Motlow actively combats stigma surrounding those asking for help. “Approximately one of every five people are said to have some type of mental health issue, and college students are no different,” …

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