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Finding bus drivers and substitute teachers remains difficult as local school districts navigate operational challenges during a pandemic.

Loudon County Board of Education on Thursday gave the green light to cost-of-living raises for teachers.

Lenoir City Schools will return to in-person learning Monday after taking a hybrid approach for the first grading period.

The possibility of a teacher raise will be up to Loudon County Board of Education after Loudon County’s budget committee offered no recommenda…

Loudon County Economic Development Agency was recently awarded a $37,500 grant split between Loudon County and Lenoir City schools to be used …

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Loudon County Mayor Rollen ‘Buddy’ Bradshaw, left, stands with new Loudon County Board of Education member Kenneth Presley and his wife, Tammy…

Loudon County Mayor Rollen ‘Buddy’ Bradshaw, from left, stands with reelected Loudon County Board of Education members Brian Brown and Phil Mo…

Loudon County Mayor Rollen ‘Buddy’ Bradshaw, left, stands with new Loudon County Board of Education member Lisa Harvey, her spouse, Gary Lynn,…

Loudon County Mayor Rollen ‘Buddy’ Bradshaw, from left, swears in reelected Loudon County Board of Education members Kenny Ridings and Scott Newman.

Nearly two years after starting a project to save on energy costs at Lenoir City Schools, Trane Energy Services representatives gave Lenoir Ci…

Former Lenoir City High School football coach Dave Moore has roots in Loudon County that stretch decades, and for years he has simply wanted t…

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Although Loudon High School won the historic football rivalry Friday night, Good Samaritan Center of Loudon County was the big winner thanks t…

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Lenoir City Schools is taking a hybrid learning approach for at least the first grading period after a handful of students recently tested pos…

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Lenoir City Schools experienced its first major obstacle of the new year after positive cases of COVID-19 forced Lenoir City High School to ha…

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