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4 pursuits, 2 agencies, 1 arrest

After four pursuits involving two law enforcement agencies in different counties over the past 10 days, a 25-year-old Rocky Top man was arrested Monday in Campbell County. Joshua Lee Styles was wanted in Anderson County on a pair of probation violations but also in connection to a pair of pursuits …

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Eagle Bend to expand Clinton operation

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd announced today that Eagle Bend Manufacturing will expand its current operations in Clinton. The automotive parts manufacturer will invest $54.9 million and create 127 new jobs in Anderson County. “We want to thank Eagle Bend Manufacturing for choosing …

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ACSD searching for man who fled chase, crash

Anderson County Sheriff’s deputies are searching for a man on a host of charges stemming from a pursuit on Sunday morning. A deputy spotted a man driving a gold Chevy Malibu without a seat belt near the intersection of New Clear Branch Road and Lake City Highway just after 8:45 …

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OR wins turnover battle, game 44-34

Thursday night the 7th-ranked Oak Ridge Wildcats converted four Sevier County turnovers into 24 points on their way to an impressive 44-34 win at the 3rd-ranked Smoky Bears. UT signee Tee Higgins returned an interception on the Bears’ opening possession for a touchdown after the ball was batted by a …

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Industry Day highlighted by auto, home power-sharing

Industry Day participants at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory had the opportunity to tour the Additive Manufacturing Integrated Energy Demonstration Project (AMIE), which enables a specially built house and vehicle to be jointly powered by the same energy source. “AIMIE ushers in a whole new way that …

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EVC nearing fund-raising goal

Organizers of the massive fund-raising campaign for a new building for the Emory Valley Center in Oak Ridge say their goal is in sight. Begun in 2008, the non-profit group has raised around $2.8 million toward their $3.3 million goal. The Emory Valley Center helps disabled children and adults throughout …

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