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Kerr under fire; Parrott responds

After a disappointing start to the 2016 season, some fans of Clinton High School football have seemingly run out of patience. Anderson County Director of Schools Dr. Tim Parrott sent a letter Friday afternoon to local media outlets, county commissioners, school board members, administrators at Clinton High and some parents …

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ACHS archery team holding car show

The Anderson County High School Archery Team is holding its first annual Car Show on Saturday October 8th at the school. All cars, motorcycles and bikes are welcome—basically anything with wheels. There will be Slappy’s BBQ, archery demonstrations and more. The cost to participate is $20 per car if you …

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THP: Accident kills elderly man

An 80-year-old man died after a traffic accident in Campbell County on Friday. The Tennessee Highway Patrol says that 80-year-old Delano Parrott had been stopped at a stop sign on Clawson Road on Friday afternoon when he pulled out on to Middlesboro Highway and into the path of a Pontiac …

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RSCC offering FAFSA assistance

Recent changes to this important application for college financial help should help ease the process of filing it. It’s the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, which students must complete to be eligible for financial aid including Pell grants, the HOPE scholarship, and Tennessee Promise scholarship. New this …

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11-year-old in hot water after posts

An 11-year-old student at Jefferson Middle School confessed to making potential threats of violence on Friday morning, according to Oak Ridge Police. The threats were made over social media and were against students who attend Jefferson Middle School. According to a press release, when it learned of the threats, the …

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