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All lanes of I-75 back open ahead of schedule

Both northbound lanes of Interstate 75 in Campbell County were reopened Wednesday after having been closed since a rockslide near mile marker 142 on February 26th sent huge boulders across all four lanes of travel. TDOT let a nearly-$3 million emergency contract to remove debris, stabilize the slope and repair …

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ACSD, deputy sued over crash

Two brothers have filed separate lawsuits in Anderson County Circuit Court against the Anderson County Sheriff’s Department and a deputy over an incident that occurred in July. The lawsuits, first reported by the News-Sentinel, were filed by Daniel and Johnny Kennedy against the ACSD and Deputy Robert Sean Vinsant, who is …

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ORT: Distillery proposed in Oak Ridge

A proposed distillery in west Oak Ridge could be the first of its kind in the city, according to our partners at Oak Ridge Today. Secret City Spirits would be located next to United Grocery Outlet on the Oak Ridge Turnpike and will produce bourbon, rum and flavored, unaged liquors. …

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ORT: NRC hosts meetings on proposed OR reactors

(Oak Ridge Today) The small modular nuclear reactors being evaluated for the Clinch River Site in west Oak Ridge could provide an emissions-free fuel source, but it could be a decade or so before they start operating. And that’s assuming all goes according to plan, officials said Tuesday. The Tennessee …

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CFD receives fire prevention grant

The Clinton Fire Department has received a $2,700 fire prevention grant from commercial property insurer.. FM Global. FM Global representative Christopher Combs presented the award to Lt. Daniel Adams and CFD earlier this month. The funds will be used to assist with fire prevention activities that help educate the community …

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Man pleads in bogus bear attack report

A Campbell County man pleaded guilty Monday to a charge of filing a false report after telling authorities that he was attacked by a bear in a Lafollette park. Michael Savage had called 911 several hours after the alleged incident and told investigators that he had been walking home late …

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