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Tonia Thomas, age 41, of Knoxville

Tonia Thomas, age 41, of Knoxville passed away on Friday, April 22, 2016 at Norris Health and Rehab. She is survived by: Daughter…….. Alexis Taylor Nicole Carey Parents…….. David & Cynthia Carey The family will have a memorial service at a later date. Holley Gamble Funeral Home in Clinton is …

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Michael Fry Gallaher, age 62, of Clinton

Michael Fry Gallaher, age 62, of Clinton passed away on April 21, 2016. Mike graduated from Clinton High School and received a baseball scholarship at Roane State Community College as a catcher and later played and graduated from East Tennessee State University. Throughout his life Mike loved coaching baseball, attending …

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Michael James Hackworth, age 42 of Clinton

Michael James Hackworth, age 42 of Clinton passed away on Thursday, April 21, 2016. Michael was an avid Braves fan and loved spending time with his children. Michael was currently teaching business classes at Tennessee Tech and substitute teaching for the Anderson County School System. Michael was active in raising …

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Local Sports Update April 22nd

Here is Thursday’s Local Sports Scoreboard. On the high school baseball diamond, the Anderson County Mavericks thrashed Loudon 10-1; Kingston outscored Oak Ridge 12-11; Harriman had its way with Oliver Springs 15-3; Gibbs edged Morristown West 9-8; Rockwood routed Midway 12-2 and central spanked Union County 14-2. On the softball …

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UWAC exceeds 2015 goal

Officials with the United Way of Anderson County announced Thursday that contributions to their annual fundraising campaign increased by approximately $200,000 in 2015. The announcement is significant as donations had been down for several years. During the United Way’s annual meeting in Oak Ridge Thursday morning, Executive Director Naomi Asher …

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Crowe officially interim OS mayor

Thursday, the Oliver Springs Town Council made it official as they voted for the second time in as many months to appoint Cecil Crowe as interim mayor, succeeding Jerry Vann, who unexpectedly resigned earlier this year due to health concerns. The Council had voted 4-2 last month to appoint Crowe …

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LWVOR hosts Breakfast with Legislators

The League of Women Voters of Oak Ridge will host Breakfast with the Legislators on Monday morning, April 25. The breakfast is scheduled from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. in the Social Room of the Oak Ridge Civic Center, which is at 1401 Oak Ridge Turnpike. Senators Ken Yager and Randy …

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