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Today's Features

  • Lucy and Gracie may be Irish setters, but the pair of pooches recently proved their blood runs red, white and blue.

    Their owner, Mariann D’Alessandro of Harriman, captured a photo of them saluting Old Glory in their own way shortly after she hung a new flag outside her Cornstalk Heights home.

    “It was a beautiful sunny day with intermittent soft breezes, which made the flag wave majestically at times,” D’Alessandro said.

  • By the time the United States of America declared its independence from the British Empire, John Adams and some of his contemporaries called for fireworks to celebrate the occasion, and we have been doing likewise ever since.

    No one knows with certainty just when or where fireworks came into being. Most historians believe they were invented in ancient China in about the second century B.C., at the time of discovery of gunpowder.

  • 25 Years Ago

  • Road construction won’t slow motorists across Tennessee over the Fourth of July holiday.  

    The Tennessee Department of Transportation will suspend all construction-related lane closures on interstates and state routes beginning at 6  a.m. July 3 through 6 a.m. July 8 to provide maximum roadway capacity for holiday travelers.

  • There was recently a celebration of life for Helen Louise Treece, who recently passed away  at Fort Sanders hospital in Knoxville.

    She was a faithful member of Mount Olive Baptist Church, where the Rev. Dr. Valentino McNeal is pastor. She served on the kitchen ministry, monthly newsletter team and fellowship exercise class.

    She was a loving and devoted mother, grandmother and friend, but most of all she was a Christian lady.

    The Jones and Lawrence families from Harriman are her relatives.

  • Lawnville Road Church of Christ
    Classes for pre-K through teens will be available during vacation Bible school at Lawnville Road Church of Christ, Kingston. “Kingdom Rock: Where Kids Stand for God” is the VBS theme; classes will be from 6 to 8 p.m. July 14-17 in the church at 1301 Lawnville Road. Call 717-0444 to preregister or for details.

  • FRIDAY, JUNE 28

  • The nomination period is open for Farm Service Agency county committees.

    “I encourage all eligible farmers and ranchers to participate in this year's county committee elections by nominating candidates by the Aug. 1 deadline,” said U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack.

    “County committees are a vital link between the farm community and the U.S. Department of Agriculture and provide an opportunity to farmers and ranchers for their opinions and ideas to be heard,” he added.