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Monthly Archives: March 2016

ORT: Tech 20/20 “wind-down” continues

(Oak Ridge Today) The Tech 2020 Board of Directors approved a plan Tuesday that allows many of the organization’s top initiatives to be continued under the leadership of other enterprises, officials said. The Tech 2020 building, which is located in Commerce Park in south Oak Ridge, will be sold. In …

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Franklin “Frank” Adams, Sr., age 63 of Clinton

Franklin “Frank” Adams, Sr., age 63 of Clinton passed away on Tuesday, March 29, 2016 at his residence with his family by his side.  Frank was a veteran of the United States Air Force.  He worked at Lincoln Brass in Jacksboro as a supervisor, Becromal in Clinton, Advanced Label Works …

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Vietnam veterans honored during Clinton ceremony

A crowd of about 100 people gathered outside the Anderson County Courthouse Tuesday for a ceremony honoring Vietnam Veterans on the fourth observance of what has been declared “Vietnam Veterans’ Day” by President Obama. The event took place at the War Memorial in front of the Courthouse and included the …

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Local Sports Update March 30th

Tuesday was another busy day in the world of high school spring sports. On the baseball diamond, the Anderson County Mavericks outlasted the Clinton Dragons in a pitchers’ duel, winning 1-0 on a walk-off RBI single from Rhett Bowling in the bottom of the 8th. The Mavericks swept the twinbill …

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Missing man sought

Oak Ridge Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a man with a mental illness who family members say has been missing for over a week. 50-year-old Ronald Wayne Harris is described as a white male, around six feet, one inch tall with a slender build and always …

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Scam warning

The Anderson County Sheriff’s Department says that it has received several reports from citizens about a phone-based scam making the rounds locally. In this instance, a caller claims to be a sergeant with the Sheriff’s Department and tells the recipient that they will be arrested on an outstanding warrant. The …

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