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Early voting halfway done, polls still busy

Early voting for the November 8th election continues through Thursday November 3rd. In Anderson County, 1554 people voted on Wednesday. Halfway through early voting, 11,422 people had cast ballots after seven days. Anderson Countians can vote from 10 am to 6 pm weekdays and from 9 am to 12 noon …

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ORT explains who would be term-limited

(Oak Ridge Today)  If the proposed two-term limit was in place now, Jerry Creasey, the longest-serving Anderson County commissioner, could no longer serve. Neither could Mark Alderson, who is in his fifth term; Chuck Fritts or Jerry White (both are in their fourth terms); or Whitey Hitchcock, Robert McKamey, or …

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GSMNP announces November road closures

Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials announced the temporary closure of roads within the Greenbrier section of the park during the month of November for bridge repairs. The Ramsey Prong Road will be closed from the turnoff to the trailhead on Tuesday, November 1 through Monday, November 14 to allow repairs on …

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Ina “Ann” Hughes, age 91, of Clinton

Ina “Ann” Hughes, age 91, of Clinton passed away Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at NHC Healthcare.  Ann was a member of Second Baptist Church.  Ann worked into her 80’s at the Fairview Elementary School Cafeteria. With her love for the students came many memories and lasting friendships she forever cherished. …

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Early voting update–Day 6

Early voting continues through November 3rd for the November 8th election. In Anderson County on Tuesday, 1758 people voted, bringing the total after six days to 9868. 529 Campbell County voters turned out to cast ballots Tuesday, bringing their six-day total to 3182. As of this morning, 7023 Roane Countians …

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