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Today's Features

  • U.S. Army Pvt. Russel Huggins recently graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.

    He is the son of Daniel J. Huggins, Rockwood.

    During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values and physical fitness.

  • The Master Gardeners of Roane County will present its annual Helping Tennessee Grow Better Communities Plant Sale and Garden Show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 9 at Roane County Park, Midtown.

    The Master Gardeners will sell specialty plants and other garden-related items.

    “Bring the entire family and come join us for a fun-filled day at the park,” said Barbara Peratrovich, a Master Gardeners member.

    Educational display and prizes will be among the other attractions.

  • A “Concert in the Park” will begin at 6 p.m. May 23 at Homecoming Park in downtown Rockwood.

    Live big-brass band music and food will be provided; the public is welcome to bring a chair or blanket to participate in the community event by Rockwood First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).

  • Frustrated genealogists who have been researching Tennessee ancestors and have hit the proverbial brick wall on a female line have a new resource in Roane County, thanks to a donation from Avery Trace Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution.

    The DAR has donated a copy of “Legacies of Our Great-Grandmothers: Early Tennessee Women” to the Roane County Archives in the historic Roane County Courthouse.

  • Frustrated genealogists who have been researching Tennessee ancestors and have hit the proverbial brick wall on a female line have a new resource in Roane County, thanks to a donation from Avery Trace Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution.

    The DAR has donated a copy of “Legacies of Our Great-Grandmothers: Early Tennessee Women” to the Roane County Archives in the historic Roane County Courthouse.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Steven Plemens of Harriman and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tedder of Friendsville announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Carrie Elizabeth Tedder, to Michael Richard Koehler.

    He is the son of Virgil and Diane Koehler of Louisville.

    A June ceremony is planned.

    The bride-elect holds a master’s degree in music performance from the University of Tennessee. She is band director at The Episcopal School of Knoxville.

  • West Roane County Volunteer Fire Department is making plans for its annual round-the-clock fundraising yard sale.

    The sale will be 7 a.m. May 1 to 2 p.m. May 2 at Station 1 at 1303 Pumphouse Road, Rockwood.

    Donations of slightly used items are sought.

    Call 354-8201 and leave a message to arrange for pick up or drop off.

  • Wintry weather in mid-February meant a lot of planned events were either canceled or put on the back burner.

    One of the latter is the community health fair, hosted annually by Luminary United Methodist Church in Ten Mile.

    The health fair, normally on Presidents Day, will be from 8 a.m. to noon May 4 in the church at 3401 River Road.

    Free services include up to 100 comprehensive blood tests, bone density scans and screening by physicians specializing in eye, skin, ear, nose and throat.

  • Pete Kirby, left, and Jim Huddleston of the Rockwood Street Department give street signs along Kingston Avenue a fresh, new look by installing new signage on Tuesday.

    Kirby said all of the city’s street signs will have the new look.

  • Roane County United Way’s inaugural “local celebrity” basketball event, “Get in the Game!”, will begin at 7 p.m. April 17 in the gymnasium of Roane State Community College’s main campus in Roane County. Admission is $5 per person.