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TDOT urges you to “Drive Like You Work Here”

(TDOT press release) The Tennessee Department of Transportation is joining states across the nation to ask motorists to “Drive like you work here” and Work with Us – move over and slow down for highway workers. TDOT will spread that message statewide during National Work Zone Awareness Week (April 8-12) in an …

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CCSO raids home

A 48-year-old LaFollette man is facing charges following the execution of a search warrant last week. Last Monday (April 1st), at around 9 am, officers with the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team executed the warrant at a home on Carr Wynn Road following an investigation that included multiple undercover …

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Busy Monday at Courthouse

The Anderson County Commission’s Intergovernmental Relations Committee will meet at 5:30 pm today (Monday, April 8th) in room 312 of the Courthouse in Clinton to discuss issues related to TVA’s planned closure of the Bull Run Fossil Plant in Claxton by the end of 2023. TVA’s Board of Directors voted …

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Oliver Springs in need of Ward 4 Alderman

First-term Oliver Springs Alderman Rusty Phillips announced during Thursday nights meeting of the Board of Aldermen and Mayor that he was resigning in order to accept a job as the town’s new street supervisor. Phillips was elected to represent Ward 4 on the Board in November. The Board is now …

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Fire investigated by ACSD

The cause of a fire that “severely damaged” a home on Frost Bottom Road on Thursday afternoon is under investigation by the Anderson County Sheriff’s Department. The blaze was reported shortly before 3 pm at 940 Frost Bottom Road and extinguished within a couple of hours, but an Anderson County …

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BBB: Roane BOE selects McFall as next Director

According to our partners at BBB-TV, the Roane County School Board voted 6-4 on Wednesday to offer Ladonna McFall the job of Director of Schools. McFall currently serves as the director of schools in Coffee County, Tennessee, and received six votes from Board members to four for the other finalist, …

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