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Local Sports Scoreboard

The Oak Ridge Wildcats are headed back to the Region 2AAA championship after knocking off Maryville Tuesday night 3-1. The Wildcats got first half goals from Brent Robinson and Austin Vinyard and a goal early in the second from Casey Nigh as they dominated the Rebels. Oak Ridge will host …

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CHS volleyball news

Clinton High School volleyball tryouts will be held Thursday May 25th and Friday May 26th from 4 to 7 pm each day at the Don Lockard Gymnasium at the high school. A current physical is required in order to try out. For information, call coach Susan Zellner at the school …

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Change in leadership at Courier News

On Monday, the Clinton Courier News newspaper parted ways with publisher Allen Handley. Handley took over the paper in 2008 after working in Georgia for several years. He will be replaced at the helm of the Courier by John Wright, described as an industry veteran with over 20 years experience …

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CCWF announces Coal Creek Scholarship winners

Coal Creek Scholars Samantha Campbell and Anna Braden were awarded $10,000 Coal Creek Watershed Foundation scholarships Tuesday night at the Anderson County High School Awards Ceremony. With the addition of the Class of 2017 recipients, forty-seven students from Briceville have received CCWF scholarships since 2002. For more on the scholarships …

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OR historian chosen for state Historical Commission

Ray Smith, historian for the City of Oak Ridge and the Y-12 National Security Complex, has been selected to serve on the Tennessee Historical Commission, a press release said. It’s the first time an Oak Ridger has been selected to serve on the Tennessee Historical Commission, the press release said. There are …

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Car wash to help veterans

A Blount County teenager will hold a car wash this Saturday at the Blount County Chamber of Commerce in Maryville to raise money for the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, which aims to help returning soldiers with traumatic brain injuries deal with those often unseen wounds. This is the 4th year …

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