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News for Moore County, Tennnessee

Motlow’s Unique Program Finder Tool Fuels
Dreams and Exploration

Planning for college is easier with the right tools. Motlow State Community College built a custom, easy-to-use Program Finder that has become the College’s number one website resource. Motlow’s Program Finder is a robust, graphic-rich database of all the degrees, certificates, and learning options available at the College. It allows students to view, search, and compare various learning …

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Motlow State Students Earn Academic Excellence Awards

Motlow State hosted a Student Recognition Awards Day on April 27 at the College’s Moore County Campus. Student recognition awards were presented to those who have demonstrated outstanding achievements in academics, athletics, student government, military service, and student leadership/organizations. “We are excited to honor the accomplishments of these students who represent the highest academic standards,” …

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Area County Mayors meet to discuss issues facing County Government

On Thursday, April 21, Bedford County Mayor Chad Graham hosted a roundtable meeting of southern Middle Tennessee county mayors at the Garland King Museum on Elm Street, the former Shelbyville Central High School building which is being redeveloped by King’s son and grandson, Gary and Colin King. The mayors discussed issues facing county government with …

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Unemployment Rate Drops in Most Counties

Newly released unemployment data from the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) showed jobless numbers dropped in nearly every county in the state during March. Ninety-two of 95 counties had lower rates for the month. Moore and Williamson counties had the lowest unemployment in March, each with rates of 1.9%. The new figure …

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Fatal Accident on U.S. 41A South

Tonya Fletcher, 45 of Wartrace, who family reports was born and raised in Coffee County died because of injuries she received in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 41A South. Fletcher reportedly became trapped in her burning pickup truck in the accident earlier this week on the highway between Shelbyville and Tullahoma. In a report from …

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Motlow Hosting Student Recognition Awards Day April 27

Motlow State is hosting a Student Recognition Awards Day on April 27 at 2 p.m. in Nisbett Center at the College’s Moore County Campus. Student recognition awards will be presented to those who have demonstrated outstanding achievements in academics, athletics, student government, military service, and student leadership/organizations. “We are excited to honor the accomplishments of these …

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Unemployment Rates for Area Counties

Unemployment rates dropped in all counties across Tennessee in February, according to new data released by the Department of Labor and Workforce Development. Moore County had Tennessee’s lowest unemployment rate in February at 1.8%. Its rate dropped 0.4 of a percentage point from the January rate of 2.2%.  In other area counties, Bedford County dropped …

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Motlow Initiative to Prepare Students for Cloud Computer Careers

As part of a statewide initiative in collaboration with Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR), and the Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC), Motlow State Community College will train, upskill, and certify students in Tennessee in cloud computing. The overall goal for TBR is to train 5,000 people by 2025. Through …

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Cost Share Available to Landowners Near Duck and Elk Rivers

 Trees are budding, flowers are blooming, and it’s time for landowners to consider improving riparian buffers, planting trees, and improving forest stands. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s Division of Forestry (TDF) can help landowners near the Duck and Elk Rivers increase land value, enhance water quality, and maintain healthy woods through the Duck and Elk …

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ACCUPLACER Assessment Test Available at All Motlow State Campuses

Motlow State Community College is offering the ACCUPLACER assessment test at all Motlow campuses remotely and in-person multiple times through the 2022 calendar year. The ACCUPLACER test is not required for college placement. Multiple factors such as ACT scores, high school transcripts, or transfer college credits can be used by the college admissions office to …

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