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Activeandersontn seeks new members, volunteers

(Submitted)  The Governor’s Foundation for Health and Wellness is a non-profit foundation which was begun with the mission of promoting better health in our local communities.  The Foundation employs three simple principles:  Move More, Eat Smarter, and Cut out Tobacco.   The foundation has designed programs, as well as easy to …

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NFHS’s MyReasonWhy campaign, which is designed to showcase value that high school sports,activities offer to students

(NFHS)  The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) is beginning the second year of the #MyReasonWhy campaign, which is designed to showcase the tremendous value that high school sports and activities offer to students. In the first year of the #MyReasonWhy campaign, more than 500 unique stories were …

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ORT: City’s 75th anniversary celebration continues at K-25

(Oak Ridge Today) An event this afternoon will celebrate the formal launch of a project to commemorate the history of the former Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant, the uranium-enrichment site that was once known as K-25 and built to help make the world’s first atomic weapons during World War II. Thursday’s …

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Clinton woman pleads guilty in fatal hit & run

Last week, a Clinton woman pleaded guilty to her role in a fatal hit-and-run crash that killed a pedestrian in March in Claxton. 25-year-old Destany Lynn Cotner pleaded guilty Friday an an Anderson County courtroom to a felony charge of leaving the scene of an accident where death occurred and …

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