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Upcoming Events for Historic Ramsey House

Vintage Base Ball, Saturday, June 16, games starting at 10:30 am, Noon, 2:30 pm, 4:00 pm  Experience America’s game as it was played in 1864. Come watch our quadruple header! Watch the Knoxville Holstons and Emmet’s Machinists play vintage teams from across Tennessee. Outside food, snacks and beverages prohibited. This family-friendly event is FREE to the public! Historic …

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Ann Davis, age 71 of Knoxville

Ann Davis, age 71 of Knoxville, TN passed away on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at Parkwest Medical Center in Knoxville, TN.  She enjoyed reading and watching movies.  Ann loved her grandsons whom were a big part of her life.  She is preceded in death by her parents, Norman W. and Mary …

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Ella Bunch Overton, age 100 of Clinton

Ella Bunch Overton, age 100 of Clinton, passed away on Thursday, June 7, 2018 at her residence. She was born on March 22, 1918 to the late Haskell and Bessie Daughtery Bunch in Anderson County. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Clinton. She was involved in many …

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ORHS baseball coach stepping down

Oak Ridge High School baseball coach Mike Garrison has announced that he is resigning that post to become an administrator at Robertsville Middle School. His coaching career spanned 25 years, the last five spent with the Wildcats, who he led to their first winning season since 2013 in this, his …

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ACHS QB Martin to undergo ankle surgery

Anderson County High School’s standout quarterback Stanton Martin will undergo ankle surgery, according to a social media post from his mother. Martin, who just last week was named the Comeback Player of the Year Award winner at the Knox Sports Awards, reportedly slipped and fell while rolling out for a …

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Three indicted in “Pop Shop” case in Campbell

Wednesday, the Campbell County Grand Jury returned an 80-count indictment against three people accused of running a criminal operation that traded cash for items purchased with food stamps at the Pop Shop in LaFollette, including the town’s current Vice Mayor. LaFollette Vice Mayor Joe Bolinger was indicted on four counts of fraudulent …

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