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(Box Score) Morristown East 44 Clinton 14

Statistics compiled by Dan McWilliams Clinton                  7-7- 0- 0—14 Morristown East    16-0-21-7—44 Scoring Morristown East—Jesse Tipton 9 pass from Dylan Noe (Jon Koogler kick), 4:44, 1st Clinton—J’Quan Thomas 80 pass from Luke Harrison (Garrett Zody kick), 4:31, 1st Morristown East—Safety, Billy Long tackled …

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Vernon “Lee” Bishop, Jr., age 75, of Knoxville

Vernon “Lee” Bishop, Jr., age 75, of Knoxville passed away August 25, 2016 at Tennova North Medical Center. He is preceded in death by his wife, Rev. Patricia Bishop; parents Vernon and Mildred Bishop and sister; Elnora Bishop. Survived by: Sons…                   Chris Bishop and wife Linda   Daniel Bishop and …

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Terry Lynn Barnes, age 55 of Lake City

Terry Lynn Barnes, age 55 of Lake City, passed away on Thursday, August 25, 2016 at the Parkwest Medical Center in Knoxville. Terry was born on December 26, 1960 in Campbell County, Tennessee to the late Hubert and Omeda Crutchfield Barnes. Terry is preceded in death by her parents and …

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Campbell welcomes Telos Global to Caryville

(Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development) Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd along with Telos Global, LLC officials announced today the company will locate a new facility in Caryville. The automotive supplier will invest $32 million and create 63 new jobs in Campbell County. “I …

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Local Sports Update

Two high school football games were played Thursday night in East Tennessee. In Knox County, Halls rallied to knock off Austin-East 41-38 and in Roane County, it was Harriman pummeling Wartburg 62-20. Friday night at 7:00, tune in to WYSH and WQLA for Fox & Farley Friday Night Football as …

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Mary Ann Hewes Primrose, age 94, of Kingston

Mary Ann Hewes Primrose, age 94, of Kingston, went to her heavenly home on August 25, 2016 after a long, fulfilling life.  Her zest for living, irrepressible spirit and energy made her many friends as she moved across the country with her devoted and beloved husband, the late Rev. W. …

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County unemployment rates for July released

(State of Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development)  County unemployment rates for July 2016, released today, show the rates decreased in 73 counties, increased in 11, and remained the same in 11 counties. Specific county information for July is available on the Internet: www.tn.gov/assets/entities/labor/attachments/Labor_Force_Estimates%2C_Jul_16.pdf. Tennessee’s preliminary unemployment rate for …

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Food Lion charity donates to OR food pantry

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul at St. Mary’s Catholic Church has received $1,000 from the Food Lion Feeds Charitable Foundation just in time to help feed local residents. The Society’s St. Joseph Food Pantry will use the gift to feed its 400 monthly clients by serving them every …

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Officials celebrate first UPF-related groundbreaking at Y-12

(NNSA)  The Uranium Processing Facility (UPF) Project celebrated the groundbreaking for its Construction Support Building (CSB) today, signifying the first building construction activity where the project begins to change the skyline of the Y-12 National Security Complex. UPF is a project of the Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE/NNSA). …

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NPS turns 100 years

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, dignitaries, and special guests gathered at Park Headquarters on August 25, 2016 to celebrate the 100th birthday of the National Park Service.  The celebration, known as Founders Day, honors the historic moment in 1916 when President Woodrow Wilson signed the act that created the National …

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