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CMS win streak snapped 20-14 in overtime

The Clinton Middle School Hawks’ four-game winning streak ended Thursday night with a 20-14 loss to Webb on 8th Grade Night at Clinton. The teams were tied 6-6 at halftime after trading rushing touchdowns in the first quarter, with Clinton’s coming on a Cole Ceo scamper from seven yards out. …

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OR wins turnover battle, game 44-34

Thursday night the 7th-ranked Oak Ridge Wildcats converted four Sevier County turnovers into 24 points on their way to an impressive 44-34 win at the 3rd-ranked Smoky Bears. UT signee Tee Higgins returned an interception on the Bears’ opening possession for a touchdown after the ball was batted by a …

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Kingston Elementary flooding more costly than first thought

Flooding last month at a Roane County school has proved more expensive to clean up than originally estimated. It will cost around $125,000 to fix damage at Kingston Elementary School, which flooded on August 19 after heavy rains. Roane County school leaders say that water damaged the school’s tile floors. …

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Burnt-out Harriman buildings demolished

After several delays, crews began tearing down two old buildings in downtown Harriman damaged by a large January fire. The old Miller & Brewer Building, the largest commercial building downtown, was destroyed in the fire, which also damaged neighboring buildings. Before the fire, the city had worked for several years …

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Industry Day highlighted by auto, home power-sharing

Industry Day participants at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory had the opportunity to tour the Additive Manufacturing Integrated Energy Demonstration Project (AMIE), which enables a specially built house and vehicle to be jointly powered by the same energy source. “AIMIE ushers in a whole new way that …

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Trial for Corwin’s alleged killer to be moved

The trial for a former Marine accused of killing an Oak Ridge native who was living in California with her Marine husband is being moved. Christopher Lee is charged with the 2014 murder of Erin Corwin. Prosecutors say that after he killed her, Lee dumped Corwin’s body down an abandoned …

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Knox man jailed on Clinton DUI charge

A Knoxville man was arrested last week by Clinton Police on several charges after a single-vehicle accident on South Seivers Boulevard. Thursday afternoon, Clinton Police responded to the scene of a single-vehicle accident on Seivers near Hidden Valley Road. When they arrived, officers found a white Ford van on its …

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EVC nearing fund-raising goal

Organizers of the massive fund-raising campaign for a new building for the Emory Valley Center in Oak Ridge say their goal is in sight. Begun in 2008, the non-profit group has raised around $2.8 million toward their $3.3 million goal. The Emory Valley Center helps disabled children and adults throughout …

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Person of interest sought in OR shooting, crash

Oak Ridge Police are searching for a “person of interest” in two incidents that occurred on Monday night. 28-year-old Larry Dewayne Williams is being sought for questioning in a drive-by shooting Monday evening on Wakefield Road and a three-car accident that occurred later Monday night. Williams is described as a …

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