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City of Kingston in search of a Council member

EDITOR’S NOTE: This story has been updated to reflect the correct phone number for Kingston City Hall. The city of Kingston is accepting applications from citizens who would like to serve on the City Council following this week’s resignation of Vice Mayor Tara Stockton. Mayor Tim Neal says that “Stockton …

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Foust reinstated as CCHS principal

The Isaacs Law Firm announced this morning that Campbell County High School Principal Benjamin Foust has been reinstated to that post. Foust was placed on unpaid administrative leave in March while authorities investigated unspecified allegations against him. The nature of that investigation has still not been made public, but in …

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Malware attack has cost Oak Ridge $515K+ so far

During Monday night’s Oak Ridge City Council meeting, members were informed that the price tag for dealing with last month’s malware attack is in excess of half a million dollars. On March 20th, the city’s computer system was hit by a malware attack that affected utility billing, employee email, and …

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TWRA investigating Saturday ATV crash

The TWRA is investigating an ATV accident that injured two people Saturday on the North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area. The crash was reported shortly before 7 pm Saturday on Tackett Creek Road and investigators say that the Polaris RZR side-by-side was being driven by 20-year-old Hayden Morgan of Oak Ridge …

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Wildfire contained in Heiskell

Members of the Andersonville Volunteer Fire Department and several other agencies fought a wildfire Tuesday night in Heiskell. Late Tuesday afternoon, the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office posted on its Facebook page that crews were fighting the fire and urged motorists to avoid the area around Judson Road and Hinds Creek …

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Spring Turkey Season opens Saturday

(TWRA) Tennessee’s 2023 statewide spring turkey season is set to open Saturday, April 15. The statewide opening date is two weeks later than in previous years. The Young Sportsman Hunt was April 8-9. Hunters are also reminded that the bag limit has been reduced from three birds to two birds, …

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Private companies, DOE celebrate ‘historic’ next-gen cancer treatment

(Joint press release) Isotek Systems, TerraPower, Cardinal Health™ Nuclear & Precision Health Solutions, and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today celebrated a project underway that is helping enable revolutionary new cancer treatments. Current operations with DOE and its contractor Isotek are eliminating an inventory of legacy nuclear material and providing …

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ACSO: One dead in Saturday ATV crash

The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a fatal ATV accident that occurred late Saturday night at Windrock Park. The ACSO says that deputies responded to a call of an ATV accident on Trail G2 at around 11 pm Saturday. When they arrived, deputies were informed that one of the …

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Clinton man honored for helping save neighbor’s life

A Clinton man was recently recognized by Anderson County Mayor Terry Frank for his role in saving the life of one of his neighbors. According to a release from the Mayor’s office, Kyle Case was honored for his efforts to assist in a E-911 medical call at the home of …

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