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ACSD investigates early-morning shooting

A shooting early Monday morning is being investigated by the Anderson County Sheriff’s Department. Details are still somewhat sketchy, but we can tell you that at around 3 am Monday, a man was shot “multiple times” at a home on Leach Lane between Clinton and Rocky Top. The victim was …

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HSFB scores, schedules

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES FRIDAY 9/21/18 Anderson County 55 Heritage 28…Mavs built 55-7 first half lead, cruise to the win on the road… Oak Ridge 41 Sevier County 13… Oliver Springs 62 Claiborne 28… Lynn Camp, Ky 56 Jellico 0… Union County 50 Hancock County 14… Alcoa 42 Dobyns-Bennett 17… …

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Bobcats spoil Clinton Homecoming, 35-14

Central 35 Clinton 14…The Bobcats spoiled Homecoming at Clinton by winning the non-Region game 35-14. Clinton did play better than it did the previous week against Powell, but Central jumped out to a quick 21-0 lead late in the first quarter after touchdown passes from Dakota Fawver to Braden Gaston, …

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XFS: Bell wins first playoff race

(MRN) Christopher Bell opened the NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs win a win after he took the checkered flag in Friday night’s Go Bowling 250 at Richmond Raceway. Bell got around Matt Tifft on a late restart and was able to maintain the top spot the rest of the way to …

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ORCB begins new era October 14

On Sunday, October 14th, the Oak Ridge Community Band & Wind Ensemble will present the first of its indoor concerts for the season. The concert is scheduled for 3:30 pm at the Oak Ridge High School Performing Arts Center.  Help welcome the ORCB’s new conductor Shaun Salem as they begin …

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Wartburg PD, MCSO conduct ‘Operation Safe County’

On Thursday, officers with the Wartburg Police Department conducted a joint operation with the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office to combat the sale and use of illegal narcotics in Morgan County. This unified law enforcement effort, dubbed “Operation Safe County” is the result of a joint investigation leading to vast amounts …

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