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Energy Sec’y visits DOE facilities in OR, Knoxville

Despite having once famously called for the Department of Energy to be done away with, newly-minted Energy Secretary Rick Perry appears to have had a change of heart. Perry, accompanied by Senator Lamar Alexander and Congressman Chuck Fleischmann, toured facilities at the the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, including its Manufacturing …

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Man, juvenile arrested after crime spree in Harriman

According to Harriman Police, an adult male and a juvenile were arrested Saturday on charges related to acts of vandalism and burglaries at several locations. Early Saturday morning, two officers responded to a home on Siluria Street on a report of vandalism and when they arrived, found that several vehicles, …

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Kids Fish Free Day June 10th

The Clinch River Chapter of Trout Unlimited is looking for LOTS OF CHILDREN to enjoy one of its happiest events of the year: Kids Fish Free Day on Saturday, June 10. It’s open to all and admission is free. Children will be fishing, tying flies, riding in boats, eating hot dogs …

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Cannon found guilty in Burgess murder

An Anderson County man was found guilty of premeditated first degree murder in the death of the mother of his child, Nikki Burgess, and was sentenced to life in prison. Prosecutors argued that Caleb Cannon killed Burgess over Memorial Day weekend in 2014. Cannon is from Anderson County and his …

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Joshua Luke Cox, age 34, of Oliver Springs

Joshua Luke Cox, age 34, a resident of Oliver Springs, passed away, Sunday, May 21, 2017 at Methodist Medical Center. Josh was born April 30, 1983 in Harriman, TN. He was a graduate of Clinton High School, Class of 2001. Josh had a love for cars and traveling. He was …

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