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Thelma Czarnecki, Clinton

Thelma Czarnecki, a long-time member of the Clinton community, died Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at her home. Born in 1931 in LaFollette, Tennessee, Thelma was known for her warm and friendly personality and her kindness to all. Thelma was the daughter of Burgin and Mattie Rose Hatmaker and the wife …

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Can Am Duel at Daytona tonight

(MRN) There’ll be forty drivers starting tonight’s twin 150-mile qualifying races with all forty advancing to Sunday’s sixtieth running of the Daytona 500. The only question is where they’ll line up on the starting grid. Regardless of where they finish tonight, Alex Bowman and Denny Hamlin will start the season …

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Follow-up: Victim in LaFollette shooting ID’ed

A Campbell County man was arrested Tuesday night and charged with several crimes, including attempted first-degree murder, after allegedly shooting a woman in LaFollette. LaFollette Police say the incident occurred shortly before 7:00 when 58-year-old Kenneth Wayne Walden of LaFollette allegedly fired a pistol from his pickup truck into a …

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AC Chamber to host presentations on downtown revitalizations

The Anderson County Chamber of Commerce will host the opening presentation for the revitalization of downtown Clinton on Monday. The presentation will be by Gianni Longo Associates LTD, which has redesigned Chattanooga’s riverfront; downtown Franklin, Tennessee; and Market Square in Knoxville, a press release said. Here is more information about …

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ASAP offers Narcan training

ASAP of Anderson is coordinating Narcan (naloxone) Trainings for anyone interested in receiving a FREE Narcan kit. Did you know 90% of individuals that die of an overdose suffered a nonfatal overdose in the past 12 months? Narcan saves lives and prevents overdose deaths. Upcoming Trainings: February 20th, 6:00PM, Anderson …

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