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Today's Features

  • FRIDAY, OCT. 29
    • Bradbury United Methodist Church, Kingston, will have its annual fall festival through Oct. 30. Festivities are planned from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily; breakfast and lunch will be served both days. Yard-sale items, baked goods, fried apple pies and jellies will be sold. The church is at 3506 Buttermilk Road West. Call the church office at 376-2990 for details.

    SATURDAY, OCT. 30

  • Kingston United Methodist Church has published a new cookbook with more than 400 recipes.

    “These make wonderful gifts for those special people on your gift list, as well as yourself,” said church member Sharon Price.

    Books are $15 each and  may be purchased by calling the church office at 376-6337.

  • Kingston United Methodist Church has published a new cookbook with more than 400 recipes.

    “These make wonderful gifts for those special people on your gift list, as well as yourself,” said church member Sharon Price.

    Books are $15 each and  may be purchased by calling the church office at 376-6337.

  • Sevier Drive Church of Christ, Harriman, is giving away church pews.

    Call 882-7659 for details.

    The church is at 1014 Sevier Drive.

  • 25 Years Ago
    Kingston artist Tom Wilson was commissioned by the Rockwood Homecoming ’86 Committee to paint a mural of the old Rockwood railroad depot on the side of A&B Shooters Supply building on West Rockwood Street. When finished, it will be impossible for Front Avenue passersby to miss.

    10 Years Ago

  • An Oct. 28 health fair kicks off a number of upcoming events for Renaissance Terrace of Harriman.

    The health fair, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the center on Patton Lane, provides the public an opportunity to hear about services offered by various area health-care providers.

    Free health screenings will also be offered.

    The center’s third annual fall festival will be the same day — from 4 to 7 p.m.

  • Roane Medical Center, Harriman, will recognize the women of Roane County on Oct. 28 in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

    Area women are welcome to stop by the Women’s Center of Roane Medical Center for a free gift and tour of the facility.

    The staff is also available to schedule mammograms for women still needing their annual exam.

    The Women’s Center is at 307 Devonia St., Harriman.

  • “The Many Moods of Christmas” will be presented by Roane Choral Society at 7 p.m. Nov. 20 in the Roane State Community College theater on the main campus in Roane County.

    Tellico Village First Baptist Church choir members will also perform in this event.

    Classic carols arranged by Robert Shaw and Robert Russell Bennett will be presented. The choral group will be accompanied by members of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra.  

  • Kay Seaton of Kingston and Gene and Darlene Jones of Harriman announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Angi Jones Hardin, to Nathan Hendrickson.

    He is the son of Fillmore and Brenda Hendrickson of Harriman.

    The ceremony will be at 2 p.m. Oct. 30 in Swan Pond United Methodist Church, Harriman. A reception will follow at a family friend’s farm.

    Invitations have been sent.

  • Operation REACH president Bobby Collier said city police and firefighters raised $5,858 during road blocks this past weekend.

    Collier said that brought the total raised so far to around $31,000.

    REACH is an acronym for Roane Enriches Another Child’s Holiday. The annual program takes less fortunate children Christmas shopping. Collier said the goal this year is to raise $125,000.

    The Roane County Sheriff’s Office plans to raise funds for REACH this week by turning the old county jail in Kingston into a haunted house.