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Centrus announces new contract with UT-Battelle

(Centrus Energy)  Centrus Energy Corp. announced today it has entered into a new follow-on contract with UT-Battelle, LLC, as operator of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, for maintaining and advancing U.S. gas centrifuge uranium enrichment technology. The contract is valued at approximately $25 million and runs …

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CORRECTION on AC Commission, legal bill story

CORRECTION: The Anderson County Commission did not vote to pay Public Works Director David Crowley’s $59,000 legal bill for his defense against charges that he had illegally inspected five properties, as we reported Wednesday. The Commission did vote 9-7 to pay $2383.49 to Hugh Ward’s firm for a bill in …

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Opal Lee Martin age 82 of Clinton

My New Home In memory of Opal Lee Martin age 82 of Clinton, TN who passed away on Monday, September 19, 2016 at The Waters of Clinton formerly Golden Living Center in Clinton. Don’t weep for me even though I’m gone, I’m happy with Jesus in my beautiful new home. …

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CCSO renews call for information on missing woman

The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office has renewed its call for the public’s assistance in finding a woman who has now been missing for over a week. Deputies say 47-year-old Starla S. Pride is an insulin-dependent diabetic with a developmental disability and say she could be in immediate medical danger. She …

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ORT: Home searched after shots-fired call

According to our partners at Oak Ridge Today, the Oak Ridge Police Department searched a home on the east end of the city on Tuesday afternoon after responding to a report of shots being fired. The call came in just before 1:30 pm Tuesday and multiple units responded. After officers …

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Clay named new Executive Director of FMCOR

(Submitted)  The Free Medical Clinic has announced Jackie Clay as its executive director. The Free Medical Clinic, or FMC, provides no-charge primary care and wellness services to low-income, uninsured residents of Anderson, Morgan, and Roane counties. Before she joined the FMC, Clay worked for the City of Knoxville as project …

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NPS, ORCMA team up for Centennial celebration

The Manhattan Project National Historical Park is pleased to partner with the Oak Ridge Civic Music Association (ORCMA) for a special concert performance during the National Park Service Centennial on Saturday, September 24, 2016, with the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra’s 72nd season opening concert.  The concert will be held at …

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ORSSAB announces 9 new members

(ORSSAB)  New faces will join the proceedings when an Oak Ridge citizen’s advisory board convenes this fall to provide input to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) on its cleanup mission across the Oak Ridge Reservation. Nine members were appointed to the Oak Ridge Site Specific Advisory Board (ORSSAB) during …

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