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CHS Homecoming tonight (Friday Sept. 21)

Clinton High School’s annual Homecoming Parade will be held at 6 pm tonight (Friday September 21st), following its traditional route up Main Street to the football field. The band, cheerleaders, dance team and more will participate, as will this year’s inductees into the CHS Wall of Fame. Those honorees–Russell Fritts, …

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CHS Class of ’61 Reunion Sept. 28-29

The Clinton High School class of 1961 will hold its 57th reunion on Saturday, Sept. 29, at Calhoun’s in Oak Ridge, starting with a balloon release honoring their deceased classmates at 5pm, followed by a deluxe buffet at around 6 pm. A cash bar will be provided. On Friday, the …

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CarFit check coming to Morning Pointe

The Lantern at Morning Pointe will conduct CarFit check-ups in Clinton on September 26th at Faith Promise Church, located at 96 Mainer Point Drive in Clinton. At a CarFit event, trained volunteers complete a 12-point checklist with each driver. Among the items checked: Correct position of driver’s seat; Driver’s ability …

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Timely Topics to meet Tuesday

The Timely Topics Club will holds its first general meeting of 2018-19 at noon Tuesday, Sept. 25, at Clinton Community Center. Dot Howell is president. Christina McNally, a member, will present a program on the South Clinton Inclusive Playground for which ground was broken August 29th.

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OR Chamber hosting retail info session

Retail Strategies, a national retail real estate consulting firm that partners with cities across the nation to expand retail opportunities, will have representatives in Oak Ridge on Tuesday September 25th. Retail Strategies will offer brief on-site consulting services for retail property owners/managers during the day on a first-come, first-served basis. …

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Morgan County deputy indicted after TBI probe

The TBI says that an investigation has resulted in the indictment of a Morgan County Sheriff’s deputy on charges that include official misconduct and aggravated assault. At the request of 9th District Attorney General Russell Johnson, TBI agents began investigating a use of force allegation related to an incident that …

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THP: Teen dies in Union wreck

The Tennessee Highway Patrol says that a teenager was killed in a car/motorcycle accident Wednesday night in Union County. The THP identified the victim as 16-year-old John Wilkerson of Andersonville and say he had been traveling south on Highway 131 in Maynardville “at a high rate of speed” on a …

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Man shot, car crashes into OR laundromat

One man was shot and a car crashed into the front of a laundromat following a physical altercation Tuesday night, according to Oak Ridge Police. Officers say it happened at Maytag Laundry on Tulsa Road shortly before 8 p.m. Tuesday. Two men were arguing and the fight turned physical, and …

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