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Barbara Ann Schimmel, age 81, of Lake City

Barbara Ann Schimmel, age 81, of Lake City, passed away on Sunday, August 28, 2016 at the Tennova Residential Hospice in Halls. She was born on July 17, 1935 in Coal Creek, Tennessee to the late William and Ona Duff Roberts. Barbara was a substitute teacher for the Anderson County …

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Cougars down Bobcats 17-13

Campbell County held off Central 17-13 in a defensive struggle. Zach Rutherford was 20 of 29 for 239 yards passing and a touchdown to Logan Phillips while running back Phillip Strunk gained 111 yards on 30 rushes and scored the Cougars’ other touchdown. The Campbell County defense was spectacular, holding …

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ORHS holds off D-B 41-28

Oak Ridge held off a late charge from Dobyns-Bennett thanks in large part to a defense that forced six turnovers and an offense that featured some highlight-reel big plays. Jordan Graham ran for 214 yards and 3 touchdowns. Tee Higgins had 6 catches for 94 yards and a touchdown. One …

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AC falls to Heritage 21-16

The Anderson County Mavericks fell to 0-2 on the season with a non-Region loss at Heritage on Friday, 21-16. The Mavs took the lead in the second quarter on a 4-yard Stanton Martin touchdown run set up by his own 69-yard pass to Thyshad Thrasher, and led the Mountaineers 7-6 …

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FBI office in Knoxville to get new SAIC

The Knoxville division of the FBI will have a new special agent in charge in November. Renae McDermott, who has served as a “special assistant” to FBI Director James Comey, will take over the position from Ed Reinhold, who came to Knoxville as special agent in charge in 2014. He …

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ACSD investigates reported robbery

The Anderson County Sheriff’s Department is investigating an armed robbery reported to them on Thursday. Deputies made contact with the victim at a home on Hawkins Road in Briceville on Thursday afternoon. The deputy’s incident report indicates that the man had several cuts and bruises on his face, which was …

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Alexander in OR, Knox Tuesday

On Tuesday, Senator Lamar Alexander will deliver remarks at East Tennessee Technology Park (ETTP) for the completion of the decade-long Vision 2016 project – the removal of all five gaseous buildings from ETTP by year’s end. Alexander, as chairman of the Senate appropriations subcommittee that provides oversight to Department of …

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