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Hawks struggle, fall at home vs. Jefferson 36-0

Saturday, four first-half miscues by the Clinton Middle School Hawks set up four touchdowns for the Jefferson eagles, who cruised to a 36-0 win at Clinton. An interception, a fumble and two botched punt snaps gave the eagles excellent field position and QB Jack Replogle took full advantage, scoring four …

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HS Football Week 2 schedule

High School football schedule week 2 Thursday (8/27) Sevier County at West Friday (8/28) Morristown East at Clinton (7:00 on Fox & Farley Friday Night Football on WYSH) Heritage at Anderson County (BBB-TV) Oak Ridge at Dobyns-Bennett Campbell County at Central Tennessee Christian at Oliver Springs Powell at Bearden Coalfield …

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High School football week 1 scores

High School scoreboard Week 1 (Friday 8/21) Greeneville 38 Anderson County 9 Cumberland County 38 Oliver Springs 14 Gibbs 12 Campbell County 7 William Blount 24 Lenoir City 20 Farragut 49 Powell 6 Bearden 50 Karns 7 Kingston 21 Harriman 6 Sunbright 47 Wartburg 14 Coalfield 50 Copper Basin 7 …

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ACSD: Jury duty scam returns to area

A jury duty scam has returned to East Tennessee again. The Roane County Sheriff’s Office informed their Anderson County counterparts on Thursday that they had received information that someone was calling residents stating there are warrants for their arrest for missing jury duty unless they send the caller money on a …

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Morgan angler wins $500K tourney

Pro fisherman Brad Knight of Morgan County picked up the first win of his Fishing League Worldwide career. Over the weekend. Knight hauled in a total of 51 pounds, 12 ounces of fish. Sunday, in Hot Springs, Arkansas, Knight weighed-in eleven pounds and seven ounces on day four of the …

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ORCVB unveils new website, tourism campaign

A new Explore Oak Ridge campaign markets Oak Ridge to visitors, and it includes a new logo and website. The Oak Ridge Convention and Visitors Bureau launched the campaign on Thursday, August 20. The campaign is designed to help reveal what makes the Secret City such a special place. To kick off the campaign, …

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ORRA hires Moore at Atomic Rowing coach

Shannon Moore has been hired as the head coach for Oak Ridge’s Atomic Rowing programs, the Oak Ridge Rowing Association said Saturday. Moore will direct the developmental and competitive programs for junior novices, men’s and women’s varsity, and adult rowing programs, the ORRA said in a press release. Moore was a decorated …

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More new businesses in Oak Ridge

Pie Five Pizza Co. and Aspen Dental are both under construction at a new shopping center on South Illinois Avenue next to the Aldi grocery store. A beer permit for Pie Five Pizza will be considered during a special meeting of the Oak Ridge Beer Permit Board at 5:15 p.m. Monday, August …

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Historical marker to honor Clinton 12

Clinton Middle School and the City of Clinton will be hosting an unveiling ceremony honoring the Clinton 12 on the 59th anniversary of their historic walk down the hill onto Broad Street and into Clinton High School, which became the first public high school in the southeast to desegregate after …

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