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ACSD announces use for $22K grant

Monday, the Anderson County Sheriff’s Department announced what it will use a traffic safety grant it recently was awarded for a ninth consecutive year year. The grant award of $22,000 from the Tennessee Highway Safety Office will support the ACSD’s traffic safety program and help increase efforts to reduce fatalities …

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David Edward Kesterson, age 67 of Clinton

David Edward Kesterson, age 67 of Clinton passed away September 25, 2017 at North Knoxville Medical Center.  David was a teacher at Lake City Middle School where he was fondly known at “Mr. K.”  He was a LMU alumni, owner and operator of Kesterson’s  Market for decades, a member of Gama Lama Sigma …

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XFS: Reddick dominates for 1st career win

(MRN) Tyler Reddick led a race-high sixty-six laps and posted one of the most lopsided victories in series history on Saturday night, beating runner-up Brennan Poole to the finish by more than fourteen seconds at Kentucky Speedway to notch his first career win. They’re teammates, which gave Chip Ganassi Racing …

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CWTS: Bell takes round one of the playoffs

(MRN) Christopher Bell crushed the field Saturday afternoon in New Hampshire – winning the first two stages, leading a race-high seventy-three laps and rolling to victory in the opening event of the 2017 playoffs. Bell, the Number-1 post-season seed, had his Number-4 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota in front over the …

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MENCS: Busch punches ticket to round 2

(MRN) Kyle Busch made it look easy on Sunday afternoon at New Hampshire Motor Speedway – starting from the pole, winning the second stage and leading a race-high 187 laps as he charged into the second round of the playoffs. The driver of the Number-18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota was …

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Mavericks roll, Oak Ridge wins, rest of scores, schedules

Anderson County 56 Heritage 17…The Mavericks improved to 6-0 on the season in relatively easy fashion behind another big night from QB Stanton Martin. Martin completed 20 of his 30 passes for 324 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions while also scoring a rushing touchdown. Marquise Gallaher had two TDs–one …

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Dragons fall at Central, 17-0

For a second consecutive week, the Clinton Dragons were shut out 17-0 on the road Friday, this time falling to the Central Bobcats in Knoxville. Braden Gaston caught a touchdown pass from Luke Ferguson in the second quarter and the Bobcats added a field goal as time expired in the …

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TBI: Jellico man charged after officer-involved shooting

An investigation by Special Agents with the TBI has resulted in the indictment of a Jellico man on several charges, including aggravated assault and reckless endangerment. On August 24th, at the request of 8th District Attorney General Jared Effler, TBI Special Agents began investigating the circumstances surrounding an officer-involved shooting …

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