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Dragons fall in OT to Lay, Cougars

Friday night, the Campbell County Cougars spoiled Homecoming at Clinton High School by outlasting the Dragons 41-35 in overtime. Josh Lay was impressive for the Cougars (3-2, 2-0 in Region 3-5A), rushing for 301 yards and three touchdowns—including the game-winner in OT—on 45 carries and throwing for three scores on …

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Hamlin takes 1st Chase race

Denny Hamlin passed up fresh tires in favor of track position and it paid big dividends Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway as the Joe Gibbs Racing driver won the opening event of the 2015 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. While most of the front-runners pitted for tires on the day’s …

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ACCAC celebrating 50 years

Our friends at Anderson County Community Action is celebrating its 50th anniversary this week. One of the highlights of this week’s anniversary observance will be a special ceremony scheduled for this Wednesday September 23rd from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm at the Clinton Community Center. Among the services provided by …

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ACSD awarded traffic safety grant

(ACSD) The Anderson County Sheriff’s Department has been awarded a traffic safety grant for the seventh year. The grant award of $34,999.61 from the Governor’s Highway Safety Office will support our traffic safety program “Reducing Fatalities In Anderson County.” This grant will increase efforts to reduce fatalities through DUI and …

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ORNL EERE Industry Day next week

(ORNL) The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory will host Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Industry Day Wednesday, Sept. 23 and Thursday, Sept. 24. Johney Green, director of ORNL’s Energy and Transportation Science Division, said Laboratory researchers will interact with representatives from industry and small business about new energy …

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Y-12 trio fined, placed on unsupervised probation

Tuesday, a federal judge ordered the three anti-nuclear activists who broke into Y-12 three years ago and vandalized the exterior of the Highly Enriched Uranium Materials Facility to pay $52,950 in damages and spend the next two years on unsupervised probation. The judge also indicated that the three will be …

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Campbell ‘bear attack victim’ has lengthy criminal history

The Campbell County man whose claim that he was attacked by a bear or some other large animal earlier this month has been called bogus by state wildlife officials has a lengthy criminal record, including previous charges of filing a false report, and he may add another similar charge, pending …

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Former ‘Star Trek’ actress arrested in Roane

A former actress best known for her role as the medical assistant Kes on the TV series “Star Trek: Voyager” was arrested earlier this month in Roane County on charges that she exposed herself to two children under the age of 13. 41-year-old Jennifer Ann Lien was arrested at her …

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New developer taking over Main Street Oak Ridge project

(Information from Oak Ridge Today through information-sharing agreement) In a surprising turn of events, it was announced Monday by the property owners that RealtyLink, a Greenville, South Carolina-based real estate development firm, will replace Crosland Southeast as the master developer of the 60-acre Main Street town center project in Oak …

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OR Council OKs some changes to Secret City Festival

Monday night, the Oak Ridge City Council voted to establish the Secret City Festival as a nonprofit entity and set a goal of it becoming self-sufficient within five years.  Council unanimously agreed to direct the city manager to start a process to set up the new nonprofit. The single-purpose organization will …

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