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Early voting rolls on…even on holiday

Early voting for the March 1st Presidential; primaries in Anderson County continues through February 23rd. On Friday, the Anderson County Election Commission received 201 ballots—either from people voting at one of the three satellite polling places in the county, by mail or from an area nursing home—and during Saturday’s three-hour …

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TWRA: Man saves uncle from fall into frigid waters

A fisherman who fell overboard on the Clinch River below Norris Dam on Sunday afternoon has his nephew to thank for quick action that undoubtedly saved his life, according to the TWRA. 70-year-old Cecil Branscom of Dublin, Virginia, and his 48-year-old nephew Scott Branscom, of Knoxville, launched their boat at …

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Missing Clinton teen back home safe

The 14-year-old Clinton girl reported missing on Thursday has been located, and she is safe and has been been returned to her home. The Clinton Police Department posted the update about Cassandra Faye Moore on its Facebook page. Moore had been last seen in the early morning hours on Thursday, …

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AAA: Gas prices at lowest level in 7 years

Motorists have fallen in love with paying the lowest gas prices in seven years. The national average price for a gallon of regular unleaded was $1.70 on Valentine’s Day this year, 55 cents lower than last year, and $1.64 lower than the same day in 2014. “Gas prices continue to …

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268 vote early on Day 2 of Early Voting

Early voting in Tennessee for the March 1st Presidential primaries began Wednesday February 10th and will continue through Tuesday February 23rd. On Thursday, the second day of early voting, 115 people voted in Oak Ridge, 94 in Clinton and 54 in Andersonville and the Election Commission received five mail-in ballots, …

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Kayana Donegan wins Clinton City Schools Spelling Bee

Congratulations to Kayana Donegan, a sixth grader at Clinton Elementary School for winning the 2016 Clinton City Schools Spelling Bee. Riley Webb, a fifth grade student at South Clinton Elementary School, is the first runner-up, while Anthony Berg, a sixth grade student at North Clinton Elementary, took second runner-up honors. …

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