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Allen Keith Boyer, better known as Pete, of Andersonville

Allen Keith Boyer better known as Pete of Andersonville, TN passed away on Monday, September 25, 2017 at Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge, TN.  Pete was a great husband, dad, papaw, and great papaw.  He enjoyed working outside, whittling, and spending time with family.  Pete was a Christian and …

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Apple Blossom Cafe Dragon Trivia Quiz Question

Here is this week’s Apple Blossom Cafe Dragon Trivia Quiz Question. The Clinton High School football team has had five undefeated regular seasons. Here are four: 1932 (7-0-1) 1960 (10-0) 1992 (10-0) 2009 (9-0*) What year was the fifth season that Clinton completed its regular season without a loss? If …

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Roane authorities probe death of Kingston man

Late Monday, authorities in Roane County identified the man whose body was found by the side of a rural road earlier that day as 19-year-old Noah Kellogg of Kingston. Our partners at BBB-TV first reported that Kellogg’s body was found lying in a ditch along the side of Bowman Bend …

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UTIA to celebrate Ag Day Saturday

The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture will celebrate Ag Day Saturday, September 30, 2017, at the Brehm Animal Science Building on the Agriculture campus in Knoxville. The event will start at 11 a.m., a few hours before kickoff of the Tennessee-Georgia football game. Ag Day is where farming, tailgating and Big …

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Fulmer the keynote speaker at ORNL United Way event

Phil Fulmer, special advisor to the University of Tennessee president on community, athletics and university relations, will be the keynote speaker at Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s United Way Leadership Givers breakfast on Wednesday September 27th at 7:45 am at the ORNL conference center. ORNL will announce the results of its …

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