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CPD, TBI investigate fatal Clinton shooting

A young man was shot and killed at a home in Clinton on Thursday and now the Clinton Police Department and the TBI are investigating what happened. Officers responded to a home in the 800 block of Fowler Street Thursday at around noon and when they arrived, found a male …

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Unemployment drops in all 95 counties in April

(TDLWD) Statewide, Tennessee continued to experience near-record low unemployment in April, and county jobless rates for the month were just as impressive. The latest numbers for the Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) show county unemployment decreased from Shelby to Sullivan counties during the month.All 95 counties in Tennessee …

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District data released for TCAP ELA scores

The state Department of Education has released a breakdown of how school districts across Tennessee did in the third-grade English Language Arts portion of recently-completed TCAP exams. Monday, officials released information showing that around 40% of Tennessee third-graders scored Proficient on the exam. While that means that approximately 60% did …

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Mount Pisgah Print Ministry Telethon Friday night, Saturday morning

(BBB) This Friday at 6pm, the Mount Pisgah Baptist Church will be hosting their annual Print Ministry telethon.  Pastor Garvin Walls, HB Carney and pastors from around the area sit in and try to raise money for the Print Shop at Mount Pisgah Baptist Church.  They try to raise enough …

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CMOR to celebrate 50th with free admission

The Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge will celebrate its 50th anniversary with free admission on Saturday, June 10, and Sunday, June 11. The free weekend and its activities are sponsored by Consolidated Nuclear Security, which manages and operates the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge. In addition to the …

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Middle College student who graduated ACHS honored at RSCC

(RSCC press release) For the first time in more than 50 years, a Roane State Middle College student has received the President’s Award, the college’s highest honor for students. Leah Cobble, 18, was announced as the winner during Roane State’s annual Awards Night held in late April on the flagship …

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AAA offers tips for before, during holiday road trips

(AAA) Over 751,000 Tennesseans are forecast to take a road trip for Memorial Day. Unfortunately, thousands of them will experience car trouble. Nationwide, AAA expects to rescue more than 483,000 stranded motorists, during the holiday weekend. The three most common reasons are flat tires, dead batteries, and lockouts. A recent AAA survey found that …

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Settlement reached in ash spill cleanup lawsuit

After a decade working its way through the court system, Jacobs Engineering Group announced Monday that it has settled a lawsuit filed by workers who cleaned up after the TVA Coal Ash Spill in Roane County in 2008. Jacobs Engineering is the contractor TVA brought in to clean up the …

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Local Sports Update 5/24

LOCAL SPORTS UPDATE HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL NEWS: Coalfield’s Luke Treece has been selected as the Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association Mr. Baseball in Class 1A. SCORES, STATE TOURNAMENT (Double elimination) A: Eagleville 2 Coalfield 0 (Coalfield vs. Jo Byrns Wednesday morning in an elimination game) AA: Union County 13 Adamsville 3 …

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Follow-up: All 3 East Region Principal of the Year semifinalists are local

Monday, we told you that the Anderson County Schools had announced that Clinton Middle School principal April Meyers has been named a regional semi-finalist for Principal of the Year for the entire State of Tennessee. Well, she is not the only local educator in the running for that prestigious title, …

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