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MMC, SEIU back at table, contract extended through Nov. 28

Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge and the union representing over 800 hospital workers are headed back to the negotiating table after agreeing last week to an additional day of negotiations today (Monday November 20th). The existing contract between the hospital and Service Employees International Union, Local 205, was originally …

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Bonnie Jean Braden Long, age 86, of Briceville

Bonnie Jean Braden Long, age 86, of Briceville, Tennessee passed away on Friday, November 17, 2017 at her residence. Bonnie was born in Anderson County, Tennessee on October 2, 1931 to the late William H. and Sally H. Braden. Bonnie was a member of Indian Bluff Church for 65 plus …

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Michael Dale, age 58 of Clinton

Michael Dale, age 58 of Clinton went home to be with his heavenly father and biological father on Friday, November 17, 2017 at Methodist Medical Center after complications with severe liver conditions.  Throughout his life he loved computers, grilling out and was a gourmet chef, and photography. He was preceded in …

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Arettia Bean age 81, of Clinton

Arettia Bean age 81, of Clinton passed away on Thursday, November 16, 2017 at her residence with her family by her side.  Arettia was a member Moran Baptist Church.  Throughout her life Arettia loved to cook and was known for her delicious pumpkin pies she made during the Christmas holidays.  She was preceded …

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Opal Owens Lamb, age 94, of Lake City

Opal Owens Lamb, age 94, of Lake City, Tennessee passed away on Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at her residence. Opal was born on October 19, 1923 in Anderson County, Tennessee to the late Marion J. and Delia Daugherty Owens. Opal was a member of Fratersville Baptist Church. She enjoyed cooking, …

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Sports Update: HSFB playoffs continue, NASCAR ends

This is a big weekend for both local sports and NASCAR racing. Tonight, the high school football playoffs continue with quarterfinal games, featuring unbeaten, second-ranked Anderson County traveling to undefeated and top-ranked Greeneville in a match-up of two of the three finalists for the Class 4A Mr. Football Award, AC …

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