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Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland returns to Smokies Stadium

(Submitted)  The Tennessee Smokies are celebrating the Christmas holiday at Smokies Stadium with Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland.  In addition to the light show, the Christmas Wonderland is also featuring Santa’s Workshop this year. Santa’s Workshop provides many great amenities for all of the family to enjoy, including movies being shown inside …

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CNS reports increase in small business contracting

Consolidated Nuclear Security, LLC achieved a significant increase in contracting with small businesses during fiscal year 2016, eclipsing its small business contracting goals and awarding more than $276 million at Pantex and Y-12. The small business dollars awarded represented an increase of more than $36 million over FY 2015 figures, …

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CPD’s Barker receives leadership innovation award

(CPD release) The Clinton Police Department’s Detective Sergeant Russell Barker, currently serving as Director of the 7th Judicial Crime Task Force, has graduated from the second session of the Southeastern Leadership Academy (SELA). SELA is a command school sponsored by the University of Tennessee’s Law Enforcement Innovation Center. At the …

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John O. Aulton, age 55 of Clinton

John O. Aulton, age 55 of Clinton passed away on November 21, 2016 at Diversicare of Oak Ridge.  John was born June 6, 1961 in Oak Ridge, Tennessee to the late Cecil and Naomi Aulton.  John is survived by his sister, Donna Manley of Clinton. John’s arrangements are incomplete but …

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Judy Ballew, age 69 of Clinton

Judy Ballew, age 69 of Clinton was called home by her heavenly father on November 21, 2016 at Parkwest Medical Center.  She was a member of Lake City Christian Fellowship.  Judy enjoyed interior decorating, making people laugh and she was always there for anyone during any given time.  She is …

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James Edward Seeber, 60, of Oliver Springs

James Edward Seeber, 60, of Oliver Springs, TN, passed away Friday, November 18, 2016 at the Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge, TN. He was born September 9, 1956 in Cuyahoga, Ohio to the late Early and Betty Lou Willoughby Seeber.  James enjoyed hunting ginseng.   He is preceded in death …

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Hess to be next president of LMU

E. Clayton Hess of LaFollette will become the next president of Lincoln Memorial University. Last week the LMU Board of Trustees unanimously voted to promote Hess from his current position as Provost and Vice-President for Academic Affairs. After what the university described as a semester-long transition period, Hess will succeed …

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Wildfires continue to burn across state

62 wildfires are said to be burning across Tennessee affecting almost 17,000 acres. That number includes three fires in our area reported since Sunday: off of Windrock Road in Anderson County; the so-called Stoney Fork #3 fire in Campbell County and the Bald Knob Road fire in Morgan County. The …

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