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Domestic situation, standoff ends with two dead

A domestic argument turned deadly Wednesday afternoon in the Powell Valley area of LaFollette, and now the TBI is investigating. Law enforcement was called to a home on Chapman Crest Drive at around 2:30 pm Wednesday on a report of a possible shooting and when Campbell County deputies, a state …

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Smokies drop ninth in a row, falling to Barons 9-1

(Tennessee Smokies press release) The Tennessee Smokies were defeated 9-1 by the Birmingham Barons on Wednesday night in Birmingham. The loss was the fourth straight to Birmingham and the ninth loss in-a-row. Duncan Robinson received the start for the Smokies and lasted 4.2 innings, allowing seven runs, six of them …

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Robert (Bob) Heiney, age 78,

Robert (Bob) Heiney, age 78, formerly of Holland, OH, passed peacefully from this life on Monday, July 23, 2018, in the very manner he would have chosen – at home, surrounded by his loved ones. He was a kind and gentle soul who enjoyed spending time with his family, anywhere …

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NASCAR tripleheader highlights weekend at WYSH

This weekend is another busy one at WYSH and Merle FM as there are races in all three of NASCAR’s national touring series. Saturday at 12:30, we drop the green flag on the weekend’s festivities on WYSH with the Camping World Truck Series “Gander Outdoors 150” from the Pocono Raceway …

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Early voting totals through 10 days

Early voting continues through July 28th across Tennessee in advance of the August 2nd county general and state and federal primary elections. You can vote early in Anderson County from 10 am to 6 pm weekdays and from 9 am to 12 noon on Saturday at the Clinton Community Center, …

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