Local News

Four attorneys added to Anderson memorial plaque

(Submitted) Four local attorneys were added to the memorial plaque titled “In Memory of those who served Justice” at the Anderson County Courthouse. These individuals served in multiple legal professional roles during their careers. Robert “Bob” Stivers had a legal career of over fifty years. He worked with Union Carbide …

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TDOC: Volunteers to be allowed back into state prisons May 1

(TDOC press release) Recognizing the essential role volunteers play in an individual’s successful return from incarceration, the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) will resume volunteer services at all facilities and Day Reporting Centers beginning May 1, 2021.  There are more than 6,200 volunteers who dedicate their time inside state facilities …

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DOE, NNSA announce major milestone

(DOE/NNSA press release) The Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE/NNSA) announced a major milestone in dispositioning over 100 facilities at its Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and the Pantex Plant in Amarillo, Texas. “For years now, we’ve been strategically removing legacy equipment and materials, packaging …

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UCOR reduces cost of treating wastewater

(UCOR press release) The DOE’s Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management (OREM) recently reduced the cost of treating wastewater, a vital function to EM’s cleanup mission, by consolidating capabilities into a single facility. The improvements are among EM’s “considerable investments” in recent years to upgrade and extend the life of aging …

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Shelton announces re-election bid for 2022

(Press release, submitted) Longtime Anderson County Register of Deeds Tim Shelton has announced he intends to seek re-election in next year’s countywide elections. Shelton has served as Register of Deeds since September of 2002. In his time in office, Shelton has been recognized statewide as one of Tennessee’s finest Register …

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Clinton City Council meets Monday afternoon

The Clinton City Council will meet this afternoon (Monday, April 26th) at 5:30 pm in Clinton City Hall, immediately following the city’s Beer Boad meeting. To take a look at the agenda, visit http://clintontn.net/councilagenda.htm. If you cannot attend in person, the meeting will be televised on ACTV, Comcast Cable channel …

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