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Anderson officials receive Zika training

On Wednesday, April 27th, Anderson County officials participated in a regional training event, “Protecting Our Community from Zika,” hosted by the Tennessee Department of Health and the East Tennessee Regional Health Office. Anderson County Mayor Terry Frank, Anderson County Emergency Management Programs Manager Karen Ooten, Health Department Director Art Miller, …

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Secret City Festival schedule, events announced

(Explore Oak Ridge) The 14th annual Secret City Festival on June 10th and 11th is fast approaching and promises great entertainment, a WWII battle reenactment, family fun, arts and crafts, great food, historical displays, and so much more! The Secret City Festival kicks off at 11:30am on Friday, June 10th …

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ACSD: Beer ‘sting’ yields no citations

(ACSD) Over the last two weeks, the Anderson County Sheriff’s Department, in cooperation with the Rocky Top Police Department, the Oliver Springs Police Department, and Allies for Substance Abuse Prevention of Anderson County (ASAP), conducted compliance checks of local businesses who sell beer. Investigators with the Sheriff’s Special Operations Unit …

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Road crews busy around East Tennessee

The Tennessee Department of Transportation says bridge repairs and related construction work will require temporary lane closures in Anderson County. The lane changes could last through May 5. I-75 North will be reduced to one lane between mile markers 122 and 123 on Thursday, April 28 from 7 p.m. to …

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Clinton crash injures motorcyclist

A traffic accident late Monday morning in South Clinton sent one man to the hospital by Lifestar. The crash occurred just before 11 am Monday on Clinch Avenue in front of the Icon Market. Clinton Police say that 54-year-old John Aulton of Clinton had been headed north on Clinch on …

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Man jailed after hit & runs

A Rocky Top man was arrested Thursday after two hit and run accidents. The first occurred Thursday afternoon on Brushy Valley Road, where a construction crew had just finished laying water lines in the area and was loading up their truck to leave for the day. The crew was stopping …

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