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CCSO K9 ‘Cowboy’ retires

On Monday night, the Campbell County Commission recognized a five-year veteran of the Sheriff’s Office upon his retirement. Cowboy, a black Labrador Retriever, also served two tours of duty in Afghanistan as a bomb-detecting dog for the US Marine Corps. Cowboy will retire to the home of his handler, CCSO …

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Pauline Denson Daugherty

Pauline Denson Daugherty was born in Jonesville, Lee County, Virginia, on October 29th, 1928 and went to her heavenly home on Sunday, June 17th, 2018. Pauline faithfully served with her husband in the United Methodist Holston Conference for 44 years throughout the Big Stone Gap, Virginia, Kingsport and Johnson City, …

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Freddie LeRoy Parish

Freddie LeRoy Parish went to his heavenly home on June 16, 2018. He died at home in Midtown with his son, Christopher Lee Parish by his side. He was born on Kentucky Street in Kingston, TN to Elvin Marcelleous Parish originally from Greenfield, TN and Rose Marie Davis Parish originally …

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CWTS: Moffitt wins for second time this season

(MRN) Brett Moffitt withstood a last-lap challenge from Noah Gragson to claim his second victory of the season on Saturday night at Iowa Speedway. After they took the white flag, Gragson measured Moffitt down the backstretch, darted to the inside entering Turn-3 and briefly took the lead. But he wasn’t …

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XFS: Allgaier notches dominant win in Iowa

(MRN) Justin Allgaier and his Number-7 Junior Motorsports team rolled through the Midwest on Sunday with a dominating victory at Iowa Speedway. After starting eleventh, Allgaier won each of the first two stages and would lead a race-high 182 laps en route to his seventh series win and second this …

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AC Commission to meet Monday; Law Director mourns loss

The Anderson County Commission will meet Monday night at 6:30 pm with a relatively light agenda, but likely a collectively heavy heart. Friday afternoon, County Law Director Jay Yeager returned home from work to find his wife, Linda, dead. Linda had fought a lengthy and courageous battle with brain cancer. …

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Harriman seeks citizen input

(Harriman letter to residents, media)  “The City of Harriman wants to let all residents know that we care about what happens in your neighborhoods. We understand that each neighborhood is unique and has its own aesthetic. With all this in mind we will be reaching out to the different neighborhoods …

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