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Smokies fall to Biscuits, 4-3, in extras

(Tennessee Smokies) The Tennessee Smokies fell 4-3 in 11 innings to the Montgomery Biscuits on Tuesday afternoon. The Smokies left 22 runners on base in the game. Thomas Hatch was his normal self on the mound as he pitched five innings, allowing two runs on two hits and striking out …

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Rhonda Glandon Woodfin, of Andersonville

Rhonda Glandon Woodfin, of Andersonville, Tennessee, died peacefully on July 9, 2018, after a courageous battle with cancer, at the Turkey Creek Medical Center in Knoxville, Tennessee. She was born in 1960 to Kelly Glandon and wife, Catherine Glandon, in Morristown, Tennessee. Rhonda married Sammy Woodfin in August of 1980, …

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Bonnie Beatrice Foust Byrge, age 89 of Andersonville

Bonnie Beatrice Foust Byrge, age 89 of Andersonville passed away on Sunday, July 8, 2018 at her residence. She was born March 21, 1929 in Campbell County, TN to the late Levi and Irene Heatherly Harmon. Bonnie was a member of the Island Ford Baptist Church. She loved flowers and …

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AC candidate forum Tuesday in Oak Ridge

An Anderson County Candidate Forum will be held at the Oak Ridge High School Amphitheater tonight at 7 pm. Candidates who have opponents and are running for Sheriff, Trustee, Mayor, Circuit Court Clerk, and Anderson County Commission District 6 and 7 have been invited to speak and answer questions, according …

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WANTED: Courier

WANTED: A courier for backup driver on laboratory routes. You will need a dependable vehicle, a smart phone and must be available to work some mornings, some evenings and Saturdays. You must have a clean driving record and must be a very dependable person who can do scheduled pick-ups at …

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For sale: German Shepherd

FOR SALE: A 13-month-old male German Shepherd. She is only selling the dog because of her (the owner’s) health problems. He is black and tan, has basic obedience training classes and is current on all his vaccines. They are asking $800. If interested, please call Kathy ay 865-599-6535.

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Campbell homes raided in drug investigation

Last week, members of the LaFollette Police Department’s Drug Unit and Special Response Team, along with members of the 8th Judicial Task Force, executed a search warrant at 905 W. Forrest St. in LaFollette on Friday morning. During that raid, police say that information was gathered that led investigators to …

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Follow-up: More info on Y-12, IGUA contract agreement

The new contract we told you about last week at the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge includes 2.5 percent pay raises for security officers. The new five-year contract covers more than 360 security officers at Y-12. The International Guards Union of America Local 3 and Consolidated Nuclear Security LLC, the …

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