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Juvenile Court Judge deployment creates temporary vacancy on the bench

Anderson County Juvenile Court Judge, the Honorable Brian S. Hunt, has been deployed by the U.S. Army in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. His deployment will create a temporary vacancy on the Juvenile Court bench from August 1st, 2023 through the end of May 2024. The Anderson County Commission has …

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State-level TCAP results released

(TDE) Today, the Tennessee Department of Education released the 2022-23 Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) state-level results, demonstrating increases in academic proficiency for students across all tested subjects and grades. These statewide results include both Spring 2023 and Fall 2022 end-of-course (EOC) exams in English Language Arts (ELA), mathematics, science and social …

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Man pleads guilty to starting October housefire

According to the 9th District Attorney General’s office, a man entered a plea last week to charges connected to a house fire on Petros Highway that occurred in October. In a press release, DA Russell Johnson announced that, on Friday, June 23rd, Jason Kitts pleaded guilty to aggravated arson and …

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Norris Day schedule of events

Information from WYSH news partner, the Norris Bulletin. Pick up a copy today for all of the details on the annual Norris Day event. NORRIS DAY – 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION GAMES, ENTERTAINMENT, AND ACTIVITIES For event locations, look for signs on the street in front of Norris Middle School …

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State officials stress fireworks safety

(TDCI/SFMO press release) Patriotic firework displays are a mainstay of American Fourth of July celebrations. Unfortunately, consumer fireworks can pose a hazard to Tennesseans’ health and safety. Ahead of the upcoming Fourth of July holiday, the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance (“TDCI”) and the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office …

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UCOR: Summer interns bring new perspectives to Oak Ridge cleanup

(UCOR press release) With a significant percentage of employees eligible for retirement in the next decade, the Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management (OREM) and its contractor UCOR are focused on initiatives that will bring interns and graduates into the workforce to learn from experienced personnel before they retire. As part of …

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Big Clinch River Cleanup set for July 8

The Clinch River Chapter of Trout Unlimited will host its annual Big Clinch River Cleanup on Saturday, July 8th, and are looking for volunteers to help out. Since the Clean-ups began 25 years ago, volunteers dedicated to preserving the beauty and recreational opportunities provided by this area’s waterways, have collected …

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Harriman wins award from TN Municipal League

(Submitted, Tennessee Municipal League) By successfully building both community infrastructure and local programs, city leadership in Harriman has taken significant steps to improving the overall quality of life for its residents and why the Tennessee Municipal League is pleased to present Harriman with an award for Small City Progress. The …

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