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Baby Grayson Heath Lafomboise

Baby Grayson Heath Lafomboise was born to Trinity Bean and Caleb Lafromboise on Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville, TN. Baby Grayson passed away on November 27, 2019 at the UT Medical Center, in Knoxville, TN. Baby Grayson’s memorial visitation will be held …

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Repairs continue at bridge replacement site

According to the city of Clinton’s TDOT project liaison Lynn Murphy says that workers from contractor Blalock Construction are continuing to perform work to stabilize a large void that appeared beneath the northbound lanes of Clinch Avenue on the northern end of the Lewallen Bridge replacement project during heavy rains …

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CPD officer honored for meritorious conduct

Clinton Police Officer Kris Miville was recently awarded a special Meritorious Conduct Medal.  Police Chief Vaughn Becker presented a certificate and uniform medal during Monday’s meeting of the City Council.  Chief Becker said in a press release posted to the department’s Facebook page, that, “I wanted to recognize Kris for …

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TSSAA issues semifinal preview

(TSSAA press release) Twelve games will be held across the state this week to determine the final 12 participants in the 2019 BlueCross Bowl next week in Cookeville. Learn more about the event, purchase tickets and view information about the teams at www.TSSAAsports.com/football. The full scoreboard, brackets and schedules for the …

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FBI seeking ATM bandit

The Knoxville office of the FBI is asking for the public’s help as investigators search for a suspect accused of stealing from one ATM in Luttrell, amd trying to steal money from an ATM in Oak Ridge. According to the FBI, the suspect vandalized, and broke into, an ATM at …

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Norris librarian graduates from state program

(TSLA/Secretary of State press release) The Tennessee State Library and Archives and Secretary of State Tre Hargett proudly recognize Jenny Heffron with the Norris Community Library who recently graduated from the Tennessee Public Library Management Program with her Public Library Management Certification.“The Tennessee Public Library Management Program equips local librarians with …

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‘Small Business Saturday’ this Saturday!

(US SBA press release) U.S. Small Business Administration Acting Administrator Chris Pilkerton is encouraging Americans to support local communities by shopping at small businesses on Saturday, November 30. Celebrated each year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, Small Business Saturday allows consumers to make a tremendous impact in their neighborhoods by supporting local …

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Thurman McBee, age 90 of Oak Ridge

Thurman McBee, age 90 of Oak Ridge, passed away on Monday, November 25, 2019 at Summit View of Rocky Top. He was born on November 4, 1929 to the late Lawrence and Stella Sharp McBee in Sharps Chapel. He was a veteran of the United States Army having served in …

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