Steven V. Taylor’s latest book, “Dear Earthlings,” was recently released and is now available on Amazon.com in Kindle and printed versions.
Taylor, a 1969 graduate of Roane County High School, Kingston, wrote his latest book for those left behind after the return of Jesus and based on years of biblical and scientific research and spiritual guidance.
Harriman Care and Rehabilitation Center adorns a table with photos and biographies of its four 2013 Hall of Fame inductees during an annual celebration.
Honored were resident Linda Sharp for her professional accomplishments as a nurse, community member Tommy Hardin for his commitment to the community and elders, stakeholder Saundra Ausburn for her dedicated 26 years of service, and resident Nancy Calloway for her professional accomplishments as a nurse.
This is the time of year when we often have an interval of balmy, sunny weather known as Indian summer.
Inquiries as to the origin of this name bring out a remarkable variety of explanations.
One is that this lovely time of year, often referred to as St. Martin’s summer or Martinmass in England, had its name changed to Indian summer by the same New England Puritans who objected to Christmas because the English name sounded “popish,” or Catholic.
The Oak Ridge Heritage and Preservation Association’s next membership and public meeting will begin at 7 p.m. Nov. 14 in Midtown Community Center at 102 Robertsville Road, Oak Ridge.
Karen Doughty, U.S. Department of Energy Environmental Management, will present a status update of the K-25 historic preservation initiative.
Doughty is responsible for the project management oversight and will review the status of the project. The request for proposals have been received and are being evaluated. There were nine pre-qualified bidders.