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U.S. Army Pvt. Marstratton X. Gordon recently graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Benning, Ga.
Nephew of Jason Gordon of Harriman, he is the son of Monica Turner and stepson of Coy Turner of Rockford.
He graduated in 2011 from Heritage High School, Maryville.
During the nine-week training period,Gordon received instruction in drill and ceremony, weapons, rifle marksmanship and bayonet training, chemical warfare, field training and tactical exercises.
U.S. Army Pvt. Jonathan M. Harrison recently graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
Son of Amber D. Green of Kingston, he is a 2014 graduate of Roane County High School, Kingston.
During the nine weeks of training, Harrison studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness.
Rockwood High School boys and girls soccer teams were recognized at the Rockwood City Council meeting for an exceptional 2014 season.
The teams are made up of Rockwood and Midway High School students.
The boys team finished with a 12-5-4 record and the girls finished with a 19-2 record.
Condolences to Carolyn Clemmons in the loss of her sister-in-law Barbara Gaines Worthy.
She passed away on April 9 at a rehab hospital in Trenton, N.J.
Left to mourn her passing is her husband of 40 years, Leon Worthy; daughters, Carla and Sonya; son, Phillip; and five grandchildren.
Barbara was raised in Jasper, Tenn., and moved to New Jersey in 1970.
She was a quiet, sweet person. She will be missed by the family.
Carolyn Clemmons met her siblings Virginia and Paul and his wife Donna on April 24-28 in Las Vegas.
Harriman High School band director Jim Hix will be the guest conductor for Babahatchie Community Band’s concert this weekend.
The concert will begin at 6 p.m. May 3 in Harriman High School.
“We have a wonderful and challenging concert to perform,” said Babahatchie spokeswoman Alison Westrich, who noted that Hix will conduct the first half of the concert.
Hix will start out the band with a John Philip Sousa march, “Bullets and Bayonets.”
The Roane County News said “aloha!” to The Aloha State when it accompanied longtime subscribers Eddie and Leila Sutherland to Oahu, Hawaii.
Eddie takes time to show off the paper in a snapshot Leila took at Diamond Head State Monument in Honolulu.
Planning a vacation? Take your Roane County News along and pose with it to be included in an upcoming issue.
Be sure to tell us where you — and the News — traveled for a break and photo.
For the first time in 127 days, the national average price for regular unleaded gasoline exceeded $2.50 per gallon last Friday.
Sunday’s price of $2.53 per gallon represents an increase of 8 cents per gallon in comparison to last Sunday, and the national average has moved higher for 12 consecutive days.
“Motorists haven’t seen prices this high since December,” said Mark Jenkins, spokesman for AAA, The Auto Club Group.
Who is doing extraordinary volunteer work in the Roane County community?
AARP Tennessee invites area residents to thank them with a nomination for the state’s 2015 Andrus Award for Community Service.
The Tennessee winner earns $3,000 for the charity of their choice.
The annual Andrus Award for Community Service is AARP’s most prestigious and visible volunteer award.
The Tennessee Eagles Radio Controlled Aircraft Club will be producing two air shows this year.
The air shows, on June 13 and Sept. 26, are open to the public. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated.
Flying will be from about 9 a.m. to about 3 p.m. Food and soft drinks will be available for purchase.
In honor of U.S. military heroes, the June 13 air show will be a Warbird event.
Members from the Tennessee Eagles and other area clubs will fly scale military aircraft representing those from World Wars I and II.
Kingston's Fort Southwest Point was given a couple of boosts last week by the county's Daughters of the American Revolution Chapters.
Southwest Point Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution members worked with Y-12 volunteers on April 25 at the Fort's Welcome Center.
The flower bed was transformed into a landscaped garden that will provide colorful blooms for the visitors to the Fort this summer.
Parks and Recreation Director Rick Ross was there to show his appreciation for the hard work and time given by the volunteers.
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