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AEG moves from OR to Clinton

Tuesday the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce announced that American Employer Group, or AEG has moved from Oak Ridge to Clinton, relocating more than 90 employees. AEG is now located at 439 South Charles Seivers Boulevard in Clinton. The building was at one time the first choice for the location …

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Early voting tally through five days

Between the President’s Day Holiday and the at-times-dicey road conditions across the area, Monday was a slow day at the polls in Anderson County. Early voting for the March 1st Presidential primaries runs through next Tuesday February 23rd. On Monday, only 76 people voted in Clinton, Oak Ridge and Andersonville, …

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THP: Car vs. train in Campbell injures none

The Tennessee Highway Patrol says that a car-train collision occurred Monday night in Campbell County. Authorities said the train and car collided in the Cherry Bottom road area, southeast of Caryville. There were no injuries, according to the THP.

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OR woman escapes injury from kitchen fire

A woman was able to escape without injury from a fire that started in her kitchen at a home on South Benedict Avenue in Oak Ridge Sunday evening. The fire was reported shortly before 7:15 pm and Oak Ridge firefighters had it extinguished within about ten minutes of their arrival. …

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AC BOE clears way for Parrott hiring

Thursday night, the Anderson County School Board voted to suspend the interview process in their search for its next Director of Schools and begin working with Tim Parrott on a new contract to succeed the retiring Larry Foster. Parrott currently works in the Central Office as Director Career and Special …

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Early voting rolls on…even on holiday

Early voting for the March 1st Presidential; primaries in Anderson County continues through February 23rd. On Friday, the Anderson County Election Commission received 201 ballots—either from people voting at one of the three satellite polling places in the county, by mail or from an area nursing home—and during Saturday’s three-hour …

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TWRA: Man saves uncle from fall into frigid waters

A fisherman who fell overboard on the Clinch River below Norris Dam on Sunday afternoon has his nephew to thank for quick action that undoubtedly saved his life, according to the TWRA. 70-year-old Cecil Branscom of Dublin, Virginia, and his 48-year-old nephew Scott Branscom, of Knoxville, launched their boat at …

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