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Gladys Windquist Webster, age 87, of Oak Ridge

Gladys Windquist Webster, age 87, of Oak Ridge Tennessee, passed away peacefully on February 23, 2018.  A loving wife and mother, Gladys was born April 17, 1930, in Paris, Michigan.  She was the daughter of Albin A. Windquist (d. 1978) and Emma Nyman Windquist (d. 1937).  Gladys attended Owosso College, …

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ACSD seeks alleged shooter

Anderson County deputies responded to a shooting at 611 Sinking Springs Road near Clinton on Thursday evening around 8:30 pm.  Upon arriving they found 48 year old Bradley Charles Bivens, of Clinton, had been shot and killed.       Sheriff’s investigators have obtained an arrest warrant for Criminal Homicide on Christopher Lee Roberts, 45, of …

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Wilma Marie Pinner Bayless, 82

Wilma Marie Pinner Bayless, 82 went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and to join the love of her life, John Huff Bayless, her husband of 54 years peacefully Wednesday evening, February 21, 2018, after a lengthy battle with Cancer. In addition to her husband, she was also preceded …

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Clinton man shot, killed; ACSD investigating

The Anderson County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a shooting Thursday night that left one man dead. The ACSD says that deputies were called to 611 Sinking Springs Road just outside Clinton at around 8:30 pm Thursday and found a 48-year-old Clinton man had been shot and killed. Investigators are working …

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Two students arrested after threats made

Not one, but two, local students were arrested Thursday after allegedly making threats against their schools. A 15-year-old female student at Clinton High School was arrested without incicdent at the school Thursday morning by school resource officers and school security personnel after allegedly making threats to another student on a …

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GSMNP announces completion of solar energy project

(GSMNP)  Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials announced the completion of a solar energy project at Cades Cove that will annually reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 23 tons and reduce fuel costs by $14,000. Formerly, the park used a diesel-fuel generator for power at the site which often caused noise …

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School officials address safety concerns

Officials with the Anderson County school system held a Town Hall meeting Thursday night at Anderson County High School to address community concerns about safety on campus. Officials assured parents that plans that they “hope they never have to use” are in place in case the unthinkable were to occur. …

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