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UTMC earns prestigious award

The Tennessee Center for Performance Excellence (TNCPE) announced that The University of Tennessee Medical Center has earned the prestigious TNCPE Excellence Award. The medical center is the only organization to win the 2016 Excellence Award, the highest TNCPE level of recognition, and one of just 23 organizations to do so …

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Gooch seeks second term as OR mayor

Oak Ridge Mayor Warren Gooch is seeking a second two-year term as mayor. Gooch has notified the rest of the seven-member Oak Ridge City Council that he is seeking re-election. The Oak Ridge City Council is expected to appoint a mayor and mayor pro tem—or Vice Mayor–during its next meeting …

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High school football championships decided

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS FRIDAY 1A: Dresden 62 Greenback 27 3A: Alcoa 45 Liberty 12: 15th state championship for Alcoa, ties Maryville for most all-time 5A: Farragut 45 Independence 35: Farragut intercepts six passes, scores game’s last 38 points as Admirals win first state title. SATURDAY 2A: Trezevant 42 Marion …

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Follow-up: Newest element named in honor of Tennessee

The recently discovered Element 117 on the Periodic Table has been officially named Tennessine in recognition of Tennessee’s contributions to its discovery, including the efforts of Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Vanderbilt University and the University of Tennessee. Jim Roberto — ORNL’S associate laboratory director for science and technology partnerships and …

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Campbell wreck kills one

A single-vehicle accident in Campbell County Saturday morning left a Jellico man dead, according to the Tennessee Highway Patrol. The THP reports that at around 10 am Saturday, 36-year-old Brad Terry had been driving toward Jellico in a 2002 Honda Accord on Adrian Baird Road when he lost control navigating …

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Hearing set in two Clinton robberies

According to our partners at Oak Ridge Today, a hearing has been scheduled for this Wednesday for an Oliver Springs man charged in two store robberies in Clinton. The first robbery was reported at the Clinton BP on North Charles Seivers Boulevard in June of 2015 and the second was …

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Dragons, Mavericks, Cougars release 2017 gridiron schedules

        2017 CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE August 18…Home vs. Scott County August 25…Home vs. Seymour September 1…OPEN DATE September 8…Home vs. Anderson County September 15th…at Powell September 22nd…at Knox Central September 29th…at Knox West October 6th…Home vs. Fulton October 13th…at Oak Ridge October 20th…Home vs. Campbell …

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