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Wrong place, wrong time for nap

A Corryton man picked the wrong time, and place, to take a nap last week in Clinton. According to a report from the Clinton Police Department, officers were called to Git N Go #2 on North Charles Seivers Boulevard shortly before 8:30 am Tuesday (Sept. 15th) after a man was …

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Eugene Gallaher passes awway

Eugene Gallaher, the longtime president of the Green McAdoo Cultural Organization, passed away last week at the age of 68 following a battle with pancreatic cancer. Gallaher is being remembered as a fixture in youth sports, his church, and the community as a whole. Mr. Gallaher passed away on Friday …

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Ag, Forestry businesses receive CAFB awards

(TN Department of Agriculture) Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and the Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) today announced Coronavirus Agricultural and Forestry Business (CAFB) Fund awards to farm and forestry businesses. TDA established the CAFB Fund with CARES Act resources to help ensure stability of the food supply chain and agribusiness …

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GSMNP seeks info on sign vandals

Officials in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park are looking for any information to help identify whoever vandalized the Foothills Parkway West Entrance Sign near the Highway 321 intersection in Walland sometime late Friday night or early Sunday morning, the 18th and 19th of this month. In a release asking …

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AC Commission meets Monday night

The Anderson County Commission will hold its regular monthly meeting this evening (Monday, September 21st), both electonically and in person. The meeting will begin with the reading of a proclamation honoring the 65th anniversary of the desegregation of Oak Ridge High School, and a public hearing on rezoning a piece …

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