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Mary L. Wilkins, age 57, of Kingston

Mary L. Wilkins, age 57, of Kingston, passed away Monday, February 26, 2018 at Roane Medical Center. She was born November 14, 1960 in Knoxville. She was a graduate of Roane County High School. Crickett loved the outdoors. She enjoyed taking road trips with her husband to various food festivals. …

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Loaded pistol found outside Clinton ES; CPD investigating

(Clinton Police Department/Clinton City Schools press release)  Monday morning at approximately 6:50 am, a teacher at Clinton Elementary School located a loaded pistol in the upper parking area of the school. The school contacted police and officers arrived to ensure the weapon was made safe. “The weapon hasn’t been reported stolen …

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CWTS: Moffitt’s big move nets him Saturday win

(MRN) Brett Moffitt made a bold three-wide pass for the lead on Saturday’s final restart, surging past Johnny Sauter and rookie Myatt Snider to claim victory at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Moffitt started tenth and led only the final two laps in claiming his second Truck Series victory and the first …

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XFS: Harvick sets tone for weekend with dominant Saturday

(MRN) Kevin Harvick led a race-high 141 laps, including the final thirty-four, to record a dominating victory on Saturday afternoon at Atlanta Motor Speedway. His Number-98 Biagi-DenBeste Racing Ford started fifth and won the first two stages, later cruising to a winning margin of four-point-one seconds over runner-up Joey Logano …

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3 more ET students arrested for threats

School security has been a hot topic ever since this month’s mass shooting at a Florida high school. Following the February 14th incident that left 17 people dead and several more injured, Oak Ridge School leaders issued a letter to the editor touting their school security measures, and just last …

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Oak Ridge wins Tennessee Science Bowl

59 teams of high school students from across Tennessee gathered this weekend to test their knowledge in broad science disciplines including chemistry, biology, physics, and energy. Oak Ridge High School placed first in the annual Tennessee Science Bowl and received an all-expenses-paid trip to the U.S. Department of Energy National …

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