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James David Huckaby, age 50, of Clinton

James David Huckaby, age 50, of Clinton, passed away March 25, 2016. He was a member of Hillvale Baptist Church. David did so many things in the short time he was with us. Each of his unselfish acts will never be forgotten. He loved God and loved Gospel music. His …

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Local Sports Update March 28th

High school baseball returns to your radio Monday at 7 pm with round one of the baseball edition of the Crosstown Showdown, Anderson County at Clinton and continues Tuesday at 7 with the same two teams live from Anderson County High School. Wrapping up your sports weekend: High School baseball …

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Bartley arrested Saturday on probation violations

Convicted Campbell County school shooter Kenneth Bartley Jr. was arrested without incident at his father’s Lafollette home early Saturday morning on a pair of probation violation warrants. Campbell County deputies acting on a tip took Bartley into custody and transported him to the Campbell County Jail pending a court appearance …

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Update: AC standoff ends peacefully

Anderson County Sheriff’s deputies were involved in a standoff Friday morning with an armed suspect on Hollingsworth Lane just outside Clinton. Deputies had gone to the residence of 30-year-old Adam Jacob Daniels to serve arrest warrants from two incidents that occurred the previous evening and early Friday morning. Daniels had …

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Woman rescued from porch of burning house

An Oak Ridge man rescued a disoriented woman from a porch during a house fire on Robertsville Road on Friday evening. The fire was reported shortly before 7:30 pm Friday at 394 Robertsville Road. Firefighters reported seeing heavy fire and smoke coming from the windows and attic of the home …

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ACSD sued over erroneous imprisonment

A lawsuit was filed last week in Anderson County against the Sheriff’s department by a man who alleges he was held in error for over 24 hours after being arrested by deputies in March of last year. Ryan Morris accuses the Sheriff’s Department of holding him for 26 hours after …

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Report: Lawsuit filed over shop class injury

A student who lost part of his left thumb in a shop class accident involving a grinder in the fall of 2013 has filed a lawsuit against his shop teacher and the Anderson County School Board. The lawsuit was filed last week in Anderson County Circuit Court by Samuel Bean …

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CPTC earns high marks for knee rehab

Clinton Physical Therapy Center is proud to announce they have been ranked at the 92nd percentile in the nation for their rehabilitation outcomes for total knee patients participating in post-operative physical therapy at their facility.  The high ranking achieved by Clinton Physical Therapy Center is based on the functional change …

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McNally officially throws hat in ring for Speaker post

State Senator and Senate Finance, Ways and Means Committee Chairman Randy McNally (R-Oak Ridge) announced today his intention to become Tennessee’s next Speaker of the Senate. The announcement follows Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey’s decision not to seek re-election. “I want to thank Ron Ramsey for his tremendous leadership over these …

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Frances Regina Pittenger

Frances Regina Carico Pittenger went to be with her Lord on March 22, 2016 after a long illness in Powell, Tennessee.  Frances was born July 14, 1932 in Huntington, West Virginia, the daughter of Denver Harold Carico and Anna Sark Carico.  She was much loved by her family and friends. …

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