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ASAP votes to shorten name, change logo

Members of Anderson County’s Allies for Substance Abuse Prevention voted this week to shorten the organization’s current mouthful of a name to the shorter, snappier ASAP of Anderson. ASAP coalition members also voted to “significantly shorten” the group’s mission statement and to begin drafting vision statements. Members felt the name …

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Tennessee Blue Book dedicated to Haslam

The 2017-2018 edition of the Tennessee Blue Book is dedicated to Governor Bill Haslam. Gov. Haslam, a native Knoxvillian, was elected as Tennessee’s 49th governor in 2010 and re-elected in 2014 with the largest victory in modern Tennessee history. Major accomplishments from his two terms include tremendous strides in higher …

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ORPD announces arrest of suspect in explosions

Tuesday, the Oak Ridge Police Department announced it identified and arrested a juvenile suspect connected to two recent reports of explosions in the city. The first explosion was reportetd on Saturday, January 13, at a picnic area near Blankenship Field. The other was reported on Monday, January 15, at Milt …

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Bryan Keith Hood age 50 of Clinton

Bryan Keith Hood age 50 of Clinton, TN passed away suddenly on Monday, January 22, 2018 at UT Medical Center in Knoxville, TN.  Bryan was loved by many and had many friends.  He enjoyed fishing, camping, coaching, and giving young people opportunities they wouldn’t get if not for his help.  …

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