Monthly Archives: June 2018

Company expands Morgan facility

Precious metals refiner Heraeus celebrated the expansion of its Wartburg facility last Wednesday. Heraeus is the latest German company to invest in Tennessee. Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe joined State Senator Ken Yager and company officials for the official ribbon cutting ceremony.

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Julian Dennick Wick, age 88 of Clinton

Julian Dennick Wick, age 88 of Clinton, passed away on Friday, June 1, 2018 at The Lantern at Morning Pointe in Clinton. He was born on September 24, 1929 to the late George and Margaret Clingan Wick in Youngstown, OH.  Julian was a veteran of the United States Navy and …

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Kentucky man drowns while swimming on Norris Lake

A 20-year-old Kentucky man drowned Monday afternoon on Norris Lake in Campbell County. Emergency crews, including Campbell County Sheriff’s deputies and members of the LaFollette Rescue Squad, responded to the Cedar Creek Bridge area of the lake east of LaFollette shortly after 1:30 pm after a 911 call came in …

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“75 Years of Science: Lab Day at ORNL” Saturday

(ORNL press release)  Oak Ridge National Laboratory will welcome community members onsite Saturday, June 9 beginning at 10 am, for family-friendly activities, tours, demonstrations and talks to mark the lab’s 75th anniversary. The “75 Years of Science: Lab Day at ORNL” special event will give the public an opportunity to visit …

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Stewart to replace Trott as THP’s ‘Top Cop’

(TDOSHS release)  Department of Safety and Homeland Security (TDOSHS) Commissioner David W. Purkey today named Lieutenant Colonel Dereck Stewart as Colonel of the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP). Stewart replaces Colonel Tracy Trott after 40 years of service with the THP. As the department moves forward, the THP will continue its …

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