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Rev. Carl Whiteacre, age 83, of Kingston

Rev. Carl Whiteacre, age 83, of Kingston, went home to be with the Lord Sunday, June 12, 2016. He was born July 22, 1932 in Burnette, Texas to the late Edgar George & Edna Frances Mays Whiteacre and was saved on August 6, 1961 at Trinity Baptist Church in Abilene, …

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Carol Ann York, age 61, of Rocky Top

Carol Ann York, age 61, of Rocky Top, TN passed away at Methodist Medical Center on Monday, June 13, 2016. She owned Serenity Stained Glass Studio in Clinton for many years.  She was preceded in death by her parents, Fritz and Charlotte Baumbach. Survivors: Husband…        Robert S. (Bob) York …

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Missing Campbell woman found

A missing Campbell County woman was located Monday afternoon. Lafollette Police had said earlier in the day that they were searching for 70-year-old Mary Lee Comer, who had last been seen Friday at her apartment. Early Monday afternoon, authorities reported that Comer had been found in her car along the …

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AC EMS hosting briefing Wednesday

Anderson County Emergency Medical Services will host a “State of EMS” briefing for county commissioners on June 15, beginning at 4:30 p.m. This briefing will cover the current operations of Anderson County EMS, potential upcoming changes in EMS nationally, and current reimbursement issues. The briefing, which is open to the …

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Council OKs RealtyLink request on AMSE

Monday, the Oak Ridge City Council voted 6-1 to allow City Manager Mark Watson to negotiate with federal officials and the company in charge of the proposed redevelopment of the former Oak Ridge Mall for the transfer of the American Museum of Science and Energy property in the event the …

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Harriman police chief sidelined while allegations probed

Harriman Police Chief Randy Heidle is on paid administrative leave while officials investigate several allegations against him. Heidle was placed on leave on Thursday after several officials including the town’s mayor and City Council, city manager, city attorney and the district attorney received a letter containing some 19 allegations against …

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Orlando shooter worked at security contractor

As details continue to emerge about the man who shot and killed 49 people and wounded another 53 in Sunday morning’s nightclub shooting in Orlando, it turns out there is a thin East Tennessee connection. Gunman Omar Mateen, who was killed in a shootout with police following the massacre and …

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TML recognizes, Clinton FD, Rocky Top government

Tuesday morning, in Gatlinburg, the Tennessee Municipal League handed out its annual awards. The Clinton Fire Department received the TML’s Award for Excellence in Fire Safety for its recent efforts to improve response times and the overall fire service in the city. Those efforts have paid off in the form …

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