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Norris Lions annual Turkey Shoot returns

(Submitted) The Norris Lions annual Turkey Shoot will be held beginning Saturday, November 3rd and continuing on the following two Saturdays, November 10th and 17th.  The Turkey Shoot site is located approximately 2.5 miles from Interstate 75 North at Exit 122, the Clinton/Norris exit (or 1.1 miles from the traffic light at Norris).  …

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Trunk or Treat at Campbell Courthouse Saturday

There will be a Trunk or Treat at the Campbell County Court House parking lot this Saturday, October 27th, from 5 to 8 pm. The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office, along with the County Mayor’s Office, other elected Campbell County officials, the town of Jacksboro and local churches are working together …

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ORUUC’s Stone Soup Ministry this Friday

(ORUUC) In keeping with the tradition of serving a breakfast for dinner to start the new year of the Oak Ridge Unitarian Universalist Church Stone Soup Ministry, the team will be serving pancakes, sausage, and fresh fruit for the free community meal on Friday, October 26.  Everyone is invited to the meal that …

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Red Ribbon Week returns

(ASAP of Anderson)  This week students, community members and local businesses are selling red ribbons to raise awareness for drug misuse prevention. In honor of Red Ribbon Week, the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention recognition week, students at Anderson County High School, Clinton High School, Oak Ridge High School, …

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Early voting enters second week

Early voting continues across the state of Tennessee through Thursday November 1st. In Anderson County, over the weekend, 2296 people voted in the November 6th state and municipal elections–with 1749 hitting the polls on Friday and another 547 on Saturday. After four days of early voting, 5646 Anderson Countians had …

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Early voting underway, rolling

Thursday marked day two of early voting for the November 6th election. In Anderson County, 1587 people cast ballots, bringing the two-day total to 3350 citizens taking part in in local municipal elections, the Tennessee gubernatorial campaign, races for offices in the General Assembly and the federal midterm elections, including …

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