Monthly Archives: February 2020

Lockard looks back at District, ahead to Admirals

The Clinton Dragons basketball team plays at home Saturday night in the quarterfinal round of the Region 2AAA basketball tournament. The Dragons will host Farragut in an elimination game that will tip off at 7:00 on WYSH. The Dragons finished second in the District tournament, falling to Oak Ridge Tuesday, …

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CPD part of massive ‘pill mill’ investigation

The Clinton Police Department says that one of its officers was among local law enforcement personnel who participated in a large drug investigation that not only shut down so-called “pill mills” in East Tennessee, but disrupted a regional drug trafficking operation. Clinton Police and several other area agencies, including the …

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Report: Cantrell applies for Appeals Court vacancy

According to the Norris Bulletin, Clinton attorney and Anderson County School Board member Dail Cantrell has filed an application asking to be considered by Governor Bill Lee to fill an upcoming vacancy on the Eastern Division of the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Cantrell, who resides in Norris, is seeking to …

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Jacksboro PD K-9 Cowboy passes away

Former Campbell County Sheriff’s Office and current Jacksboro K-9 Police Officer Cowboy passed away this week. Cowboy served as an explosive detection dog and a tracking K-9 for the Sheriff’s Office, until his partner, Jeremy Goins, left the Sheriff’s Office last December to become the police chief in Jacksboro. In …

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Kenneth Duncan, age 83, of Oliver Springs

Kenneth Duncan, age 83, of Oliver Springs, Tennessee, passed away Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at the Summit View of Rocky Top. He was born on July 26, 1936 in Lake City, Tennessee to the late Tom and Ethel Phillips Duncan. Kenneth was of the Baptist Faith and loved hunting and …

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Garrett Evan Grizzle, age 25 of Clinton

Garrett Evan Grizzle, age 25 of Clinton, TN passed away Saturday, February 15, 2020 at the University Of Tennessee Medical Center.  He was a dual resident of both Athens and Clinton, TN and a member of Second Baptist Church in Clinton.  He attended McMinn County High School where he was …

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Early voting over, Election Day March 3rd

Early voting for next week’s Presidential primaries concluded Tuesday in Tennessee. In Anderson County, 4016 people cast ballots during the 12-day early voting period, with an even 1000 voting on Tuesday. In all, 2096 people voted in the Democrats’ primary, while 1920 voted in the Republican primary. In Campbell County, …

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