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ACSD recognizes LEAD-certified students

The end of the school year saw several L.E.A.D. graduations in our elementary and middle schools.  Students in several schools completed the “Law Enforcement Against Drugs” (L.E.A.D.) “Too Good For Drugs” curriculum. “Too Good For Drugs” is program where a School Resource Officer visits a 4th grade classroom each week …

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VBS at Norris First Baptist Church

Norris First Baptist Church invites everyone to Vacation Bible School July 10th through the 14th, from 6:30 to 9 pm each night. This year’s theme is “Gadgets & Gizmos: Uniquely Wired, Wonderfully Made.” Norris First Baptist Church is located at 149 West Norris Road in Norris. For more information, call …

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Protomet to build new facility in Loudon County, remain in Oak Ridge

(State Economic and Community Development press release) Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Protomet Corporation officials announced today that the Oak Ridge-based company will invest $29.3 million to establish a new facility in Loudon County. Protomet will create 200 new jobs in …

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Clinton, finance director receive prestigious honor

The city of Clinton and its Finance Director have received prestigious national recognition. The city has been awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR), and Finance Director …

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Anderson fire investigated as suspicious

The Anderson County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a Sunday fire at a mobile home on Longmire Road as a possible arson. Deputies responded to the home at 353 Longmire shortly before 3:30 am Sunday and were told by a witness that she and her husband had been driving home when …

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Roane man revived after nearly drowning in Morgan

A man who was pulled out of a Morgan County swimming hole Sunday was revived on his way to the hospital after he nearly drowned. Deputies from the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office, along with personnel from the Morgan County EMS and Rescue Squad, responded to a report of a possible …

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