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XFS: Busch makes it 2-for-2 at BMS

(MRN) Kyle Busch made it look easy … once again … on Friday night at Bristol Motor Speedway, crushing the field and cruising to his fifth win of the season. He started from the pole, won Stage-1, also won Stage-2 and led a race-high 186 laps – beating runner-up (and …

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MENCS: Busch completes ‘Tennessee Trifecta’

(MRN) Bristol Motor Speedway was no match for Kyle Busch this past week as the Joe Gibbs Racing driver collected three wins in a four-day stretch including Saturday’s Monster Energy Series race. After winning Wednesday in the Camping World Truck Series, Busch returned to “Thunder Valley” to claim victory in …

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Harold “Cigar” Williams, age 72 of Heiskell

Harold “Cigar” Williams, age 72 of Heiskell, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, August 17, 2017.  Preceded in death by father and mother, Floyd and Viola Williams and sister, Joyce Hansen of Texas.  He always loved Nascar.  Harold was a car salesman from 1969 to 1995.  He loved UT Football and …

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Bobbie Sowder Baird

Bobbie Sowder Baird of Clinton took the hand of her Lord and Savior on August 17, 2017, at Morning Pointe Assisted Living in Clinton.  Bobbie left with her husband’s spirit exactly seven years after his death on  August 17, 2010.  She was born to John C. and Christine Sowder on December 22, 1928 …

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Apple Blossom Dragon Trivia Question Week #2

How many yards did former CHS running back and University of the Cumberlands All-American Weston Hazelhurst run for in his Dragon career? Answer in the comment section on wyshradio.com or in the comments section on this question on Facebook and if you get the correct answer, your name will be …

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It’s Football Time! Mavericks pull away late

The Anderson County Mavericks got their 2017 football season off on the right foot with a come-from-behind road win at Carter on Thursday night. Trailing 27-25 at halftime, the Maverick defense clamped down and the offense churned out 30 unanswered points after intermission for a 55-27 win over the Hornets. …

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Park offers eclipse tips

Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials are urging visitors to review the Frequently Asked Questions information posted on the park’s 2017 Solar Eclipse website at https://www.nps.gov/grsm/planyourvisit/2017-solar-eclipse.htm to assist in planning a safe solar eclipse experience. Everyone is reminded to use only approved solar eclipse glasses when directly viewing the eclipse.  Glasses can …

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