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Officers conduct raid in LaFollette

Thursday morning, officers from the LaFollette Police Department’s Special Response Team, joined by agents from the 8th Judicial District Drug Task Force and Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers, conducted its fourth predawn raid in just the past few weeks. Authorities say that a search warrant was served shortly before 7 am …

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CHS baseball busy this spring

Clinton High School Baseball will host a PINK OUT this Saturday March 31st to support Breast Cancer Awareness and Research. The American Cancer Society has provided information and freebies and we will have a pink balloon release prior to the first pitch at 1:00 to recognize those fighting breast cancer and pay homage to those …

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Good Friday closings

Friday March 30th is Good Friday and, as such, most area schools and government offices will be closed for the holiday. That includes the Clinton, Oak Ridge, Anderson County and Campbell County school systems. Clinton students will also have Monday April 2nd off for a teacher in-service day, but students …

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Rocky Top PD seeks hit-and-run driver

The Rocky Top Police Department is asking for the public’s help to track down a driver involved in a hit-and-run accident on Monday afternoon. According to the department’s Facebook page, the crash occurred at around 4:20 pm Monday at the intersection of Creek and Main Streets near the Shop Rite …

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THP: One killed in two-car crash Tuesday in Claxton

NOTE:  The headline of this story has been changed to reflect that the accident occurred on Tuesday, and not Wednesday. An elderly Clinton man was killed in a two-car accident Tuesday afternoon on Clinton Highway. The Tennessee Highway Patrol says that 86-year-old Fred Lay had been driving a 2005 Mercury …

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Fire destroys unoccupied Clinton home

The Clinton Fire Department responded to a fire early this morning at an unoccupied home at 118 Hillside Lane. The fire was reported just after 3 am Wednesday and crews were able to extinguish the blaze in relatively short order, but despite their best efforts, Fire Chief Archie Brummitt told …

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