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Harriman teen accused of shooting, killing soldier

A 15-year-old Harriman boy is accused of shooting and killing a member of the U.S. Army stationed in Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The shooting happened shortly after 7:30 pm Sunday at a home on Byrd Avenue in Harriman, leaving 23-year-old MarStratton Gordon dead. According to a preliminary investigation by the Harriman …

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ORNL recognized by Guiness

A 3D printed trim-and-drill tool, developed by researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory to be evaluated at The Boeing Company, has received the title of largest solid 3D printed item by GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™. ORNL printed the lower cost trim tool in only 30 hours using …

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Smokies set single-season attendance record

(Tennessee Smokies)  The Tennessee Smokies set a new single-season attendance franchise record Monday evening by welcoming their 283,039th fan, Tracy Harrell, through the gates of Smokies Stadium in 2016. The new mark eclipses the 283,038 total from the 2014 campaign. The team came into Monday evening’s contest needing just 941 …

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Barons blank Smokies on record-setting night

(Tennessee Smokies)  RHP Tyler Skulina allowed just two hits and one earned run over 6.2 innings, but it was not enough. Birmingham scored once in the first and twice in the seventh, as the Barons shutout the Tennessee Smokies, 3-0, on Monday night in front of 3,370 fans at Smokies …

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Rev. Samuel K. White, age 53, of Clinton

Rev. Samuel K. White, age 53, of Clinton, went home to be with Jesus on August 28, 2016 leaving behind his testimony of his assurance of going home , a place he always longed to be. With the Lord’s guidance Sam pastored several churches and was passionate about preaching God’s …

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