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TWRA Hunter Ed Class

TWRA is having a Hunter Education Class at the First Baptist Church in Norris Monday, Tuesday Thursday and Friday of this week. Each night’s session is scheduled from 6:00 to 9:00 pm and the cost is free. You must attend all 4 nights in order to get credit for completing …

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Earth Science Week in Tennessee

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has proclaimed Oct. 11 through Oct.17 Earth Science Week in Tennessee, which will promote the important role that geology and other earth sciences play in Tennessee’s safety, health, welfare and economy, and increase awareness of the dynamic interactions of the planet’s natural systems.“Earth Science Week is …

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2015 Clinton 5K and 1-Mile Run October 24th

The 2015 Clinton 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run race on October 24 will benefit splash pad and playground efforts in Clinton. The race is set for 9 a.m. Saturday October 24, at Lakefront Park on Riverside Drive in Clinton. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. The proceeds from the race benefit the …

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OSMS repeats as champions

(BBB) Oliver Springs redeemed their regular season to to Spring City Thursday night in the Regional Championship game in Spring City by defeating the Bulldogs 18-12.  Adam Lee ran for two touchdowns and threw at scoring pass to Jackson Baker for the 7-2 Bobcats.  This marks back-to-back championships for the …

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CCSO IDs shooting victim

The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office has identified a woman found dead from an apparent gunshot wound on Wednesday night as 59-year-old Joyce Ann Ross of Lafollette. Her body was discovered shortly before 10:30 pm outside her home at 610 Quail Run Lane, according to a news release from the Campbell …

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ATLC, UT-Battelle reach accord

Union workers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory have ratified a new five-year labor contract that will provide them with annual pay raises and a $1,000 signing bonus. The Atomic Trades and Labor Council represents 13 unions at ORNL, held its ratification vote Wednesday evening. The contract covers about 700 hourly …

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AC Lady Mavs take District title

The Anderson County Lady Mavericks won the District 3-AAA volleyball tournament Wednesday night at Halls. AC cruised through the semifinal round, sweeping Gibbs 3 games to none, and squared off against Oak Ridge—themselves 3 game to one winners over Halls—in the title match. Anderson County won the championship 3-1 over …

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Wayward bear makes second stop at ACHS

The young black bear that authorities tried to scare away from Anderson County High School on Tuesday returned for another visit early Wednesday morning. The wayward bear was spotted near the entrance to the school at around 6:30 am Wednesday but was gone when a school resource officer arrived about …

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