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Betty L. Marlow, age 81, of Clinton

Betty L. Marlow, age 81, of Clinton, exchanged the pain and confusion of this earthly life, for eternal peace and comfort with the Lord on November 18, 2016. She was a faithful member of Shultz Hollow Baptist Church and enjoyed attending church and church singings until her health began to …

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Shirley Lucille Addington Joyce of Clinton

Shirley Lucille Addington Joyce of Clinton, TN went to meet her Savior on Saturday, November 19, 2016 at her residence.  She was born September 9, 1941 in Jewel Ridge, VA to the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Addington.  In addition to her parents she is also preceded in death …

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High School hoops scores Thursday Nov. 17th

Thursday scores Loudon girls 55 Anderson County 51…Anderson County boys 67 Loudon 43 Oak Ridge girls 57 CAK 32…Oak Ridge boys 87 CAK 66 Harriman girls 44 Karns 40…Karns boys 81 Harriman 74 Farragut girls 58 Grace Christian 40…Grace Christian boys 59 Farragut 58 Coalfield girls 51 Sweetwater 46…Sweetwater boys …

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TDOT to appear at AC Commission meeting

The Anderson County Commission will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday November 21st in room 312 of the Courthouse in Clinton. The meeting itself will begin at 6:30 pm but officials from TDOT will give commissioners and audience members an update on road work being done on Clinton Highway, …

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Healthy holiday cooking focus of discussion

Who said holiday sweets are always for bad for you?  Join Camille Watson, Holistic Nutrition/Health Coach as she shows you some delicious, festive and healthier treats to indulge in this holiday season.  You’ll learn how to prepare the treats and get to taste some tantalizing tidbits.  And you’ll go home …

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Preventing common cold to be discussed

Think you are “catching” a cold?  Think again.  What is actually happening is that your immune system gets compromised, the cold virus breaches your security (immune) system and then you get sick.  Come to this monthly Vibrant Health Studio to learn how to super-charge your immune system BEFORE pesky viruses …

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Unemployment up from September in Tennessee

Tennessee Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips announced today the Tennessee preliminary unemployment rate for October was 4.8 percent, up two-tenths of a percentage point from the September revised rate of 4.6 percent. The U.S. preliminary rate for October was 4.9 percent, down one-tenth of a percentage point from …

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Champions to add flavor to MRN broadcasts

(MRN)  Three NASCAR championships will be decided on the track at Homestead-Miami Speedway in the days ahead and three champions will be in the broadcast booth for the Motor Racing Network as Ford Championship Weekend unfolds in South Florida. 2015 title holders Erik Jones from the Camping World Truck Series and Chris …

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CCHS hosting soup kitchen Wednesday

The Campbell County High School Student Council will hold a Soup Kitchen on Wednesday, November 23, beginning at noon. The Council will open the doors to the school cafeteria at approximately 11:50 a.m. For a hot meal to anyone who wants one. They will feature a variety of soups, cornbread, …

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ORT: Tuesday shooting drug-related

According to our partners at Oak Ridge Today, Tuesday afternoon’s shooting on East Holston Lane in Oak Ridge was allegedly the end result of a drug deal arranged on social media gone bad. The shooting injured Wesley Arnold of Clinton, who according to Oak Ridge Police, had one gunshot wound to …

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