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Mrs. Hattie (Washburn) Manning, of Cleveland, TN

Mrs. Hattie (Washburn) Manning, of Cleveland, TN., passed from this life into her heavenly reward on September 25, 2018. She was born February 7, 1941, to Gus and Julia (Fine) Washburn in Packard, KY, a small coal mining town. Hattie was a 1959 graduate of Jellico High School. Hattie was …

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Shattuck endorses McNally in Clinton mayoral race

(Submitted) Former Clinton Vice Mayor Jerry Shattuck has endorsed Clinton mayoral candidate Stephen McNally in the upcoming November election. Shattuck, a lifelong Clinton resident, has served the Clinton community in various roles. Shattuck served on the Clinton City Council for 20 years and on the Clinton Utilities Board for 20 …

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FMCOR receives grant funds

The Free Medical Clinic of Oak Ridge was one of five local organizations to receive a total of $10,000 in grant funding on Friday. The five grants were presented by the Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon through its Community Contribution Program. The grants support healthy living in East Tennessee. Besides Free Medical Clinic, grant …

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More on Monday shooting

Court records are shedding a little more light on a shooting that occurred early Monday morning on Leach Lane in Clinton. As we have reported, 20-year-old Alexander William Carter has been charged with attempted second-degree murder, aggravated assault and reckless endangerment in connection to the incident, which occurred at around …

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Roane man charged with scamming elderly, vulnerable

A Roane County man was arrested last week and charged with financially exploiting an elderly or vulnerable person. According to the Roane County Sheriff’s Office, Mickey Jason Pressley would take money from elderly residents in exchange for work, but then never returned to actually do the work. Pressley was arrested …

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