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AC GOP holding meet & greet with Lee

The Anderson County Republican Party is inviting the public to Meet & Greet Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Lee, this Saturday October 20, 2018 from 3:30 to 5:30 at the Museum of Appalachia (2819 Andersonville Hwy, Clinton, TN  37716) The Meet and Greet is free and open to the public. For any questions contact …

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Building permits (or lack thereof) raise questions

During the debate between Clinton mayoral candidates Scott Burton and Stephen McNally held Friday morning on WYSH, one of the listener-submitted questions for Mayor Burton involved whether or not he had pulled the necessary building permits when making improvements at his rental properties. While answering the question, Burton said that …

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Quilts of Valor given to AC vets

(AC Mayor’s Office release) Some Anderson County Veterans were the recipients of Quilts of Valor at the September 8, 2018, Veterans Appreciation Breakfast in Clinton. The Veterans were: Maury Anderson, of Clinton who served in the US Army (1969 – 1971) during Vietnam; Gerald Carden, of Rocky Top, who served …

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Two candidate events in Oak Ridge Tuesday

The League of Women Voters of Oak Ridge will sponsor a candidate forum on Tuesday, October 16, at 7 p.m. in the Oak Ridge High School Amphitheater. Candidates running for Oak Ridge City Council and Oak Ridge Board of Education have been invited to participate. The five candidates for a …

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Cold War Patriots 10th Annual Official National Day of Remembrance event set for Oct. 26

(Cold War Patriots release) Cold War Patriots (CWP), a community resource organization that is the nation’s strongest and most sustained voice advocating for nuclear weapons and uranium worker benefits, will host a free event in Oak Ridge on Oct. 26 to honor Y-12, X-10/ORNL and K-25 workers. The event is co-hosted by the Cancer …

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Campbell attorney’s law license suspended

A Campbell County attorney had his license to practice law suspended for five years on Friday, according to the state’s Board of Professional Responsibility. The Board issued a press release Friday indicating that Michael Hatmaker was suspended from practicing law for five years, with a “minimum of four years served …

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OR Council OKs contracts for Senior Center, Preschool

Meeting Thursday in a special session, the Oak Ridge City Council unanimously approved construction contracts for two long-sought-after city projects, namely a new preschool and a new senior center. The two contracts together are valued at $11.1 million and were both awarded to Jenkins and Stilles LLC out of Knoxville. …

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City: Magnet Mills to be sold

In a surprise announcement Thursday afternoon, Clinton officials announced that an “Agreement to Purchase” has been entered into for the Magnet Mills property on Charles Seivers Boulevard. The former Magnet Mills Hosiery Mill has fallen into disrepair over the years and has long been a thorn in the side of …

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