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Today's Features

  • Five generations of Lloyd B. Morrow’s family recently celebrated a 2012 Christmas lunch.

    Morrow, 98, celebrated with daughter Janet Hendrix, granddaughter Michele Johnson, great-granddaughter Ashlea Cox and great-great-grandchildren Jonathan and Alexis Cox.

  • Rod Parker and his wife, Shirlene Parker, spent last weekend in Florence, Ala., visiting his parents. Shirlene loves visiting with her in-laws and other family members with her husband.

    Get-well wishes to Jeanette Gallaher, who has been a patient in Roane Medical Center. She is now resting at home.

    Charles Warmley from Atlanta visited his aunt, Louise Warmley, last Wednesday.

  • Roane Medical Center parent company, Covenant Health, is launching a new free smoking cessation mobile application just in time to help East Tennessee smokers with their New Year’s resolutions to quit.

    Smoking is one of the toughest addictions to break due to its physical and psychological components.

    The Covenant Health “Stop Smoking” app incorporates evidenced-based quitting strategies in an easy-to-use program that can be downloaded free on
    iPhones now and on Android phones in mid-January.

  • Don Barger, senior regional director of the Southeast Regional Office of the National Parks Conservation Association, will be the guest speaker at Oak Ridge League of Women Voters’ next Lunch with the League.

    The meeting starts at noon Jan. 15 in the social hall of Oak Ridge Unitarian Universalist Church at 1500 Oak Ridge Turnpike.

    Barger will discuss the state of the national parks, political and financial ramifications, the status of the Manhattan Project Historical Park, and issues facing the national park sys-tem.

  • Plants are living things and they are responsive to their environment or, to whatever care they receive.

    So, they may appear different under different conditions.

    Horticulturists familiar with the writing of the botanists of other times can create an authentic colonial garden or just appreciate the way plants appear in their natural environment.

    Such a person was James Bradford Probert of Harriman, who died on Dec. 6 at his home.

  • 25 Years Ago
    Floyd Teasley of Harriman had no trouble remembering his daughter’s birthday. His daughter, Kristie, was the first baby born in 1985. He was the New Year’s baby of 1960.

    10 Years Ago
    The Food Lion at Roane Street and Ruritan Road in Harriman announced its closing. Fifteen of 88 locations in the state also closed. Open in 1997, a corporate spokesman said the store was simply “not profitable,” costing more to operate than it brought in.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cagley of Kingston announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Lindsey Meagan Cagley, to Craig Allen Bernstorf.

    He is the son of Mike and Sherry Heidle of Kingston, and the late Dr. Robert Bernstorf.

    The ceremony will be May 18 at Magnolia Manor, Lenoir City. A reception will follow at Magnolia Manor.

    Invitations will be sent, but all relatives and friends of the couple are invited to attend.

  • Abigail Elise Murrell and Adam James Logan Rogers were married on Aug. 11.

    The garden wedding and backyard reception were held at the home of the bride’s grandparents in Spring City.

    The bride is the daughter of Mike Murrell of Knoxville and Denise and John Cloyd of Harriman. Her grandparents are Gene and Ginny Murrell of Spring City, and the late Calvin and Betty Johnston.

  • Abigail “Abby” Ariks turned 1 year old on Nov. 2.

    She celebrated with a ladybug-themed party with family and friends on Nov. 10.

    She is the daughter of Chris and Jessica Ariks of Kingston.

    Grandparents are Ronnie and Rhonda Nickell of Oakdale, the late Angelia Ariks of Kingston, and Johnny Ariks of Decatur.

    Great-grandparents are Reva Nickell of Kingston, Lonnie Johnson and Sue Johnson, both of Kingston, and the late Nancy Edmonds of Pennington Gap, Va.

  • Laci Ann Ariks turn-ed 4 years old on Dec. 19.

    She celebrated with a Minnie Mouse-themed party with family and friends on Dec. 15.

    She is the daughter of Chris and Jessica Ariks of Kingston.

    Grandparents are Ronnie and Rhonda Nickell of Oakdale, the late Angelia Ariks of Kingston, and Johnny Ariks of Decatur.

    Great-grandparents are Reva Nickell of Kingston, Lonnie Johnson and Sue Johnson, both of Kingston, and the late Nancy Edmonds of Pennington Gap, Va.