Today's News

  • Old Harriman church 'falling in on itself'

    A church building once touted as Harriman’s oldest has fallen into a sad state of disrepair.

    “It’s just falling in on itself,” said Pat LaDue, who lives in the historic Morgan Street area shared by the rotting wooden structure that originally housed Harriman First Christian Church. “It’s terrible. The pigeons are flying in there all the time. The whole inside of the church is filled with pigeon waste.”

  • Ferguson: 'I'll be back. Soon.'

    Don’t count Dennis Ferguson out yet.

    The longtime state House of Representatives member may not be returning to Nashville for Tuesday’s convening of the Tennessee General Assembly,  but he’s far from finished with public service.

  • Marriage licenses: Dec. 1-31

    Marriage licenses granted at the Roane County Courthouse Dec. 1-31:

    Matthew Lee Johnson to Jessica Nichole Silvey

    James Gregory Williams to Kendra Renee Gunter

    Joshua Alan Selvidge to Savanna Dawn Burnum

    William Clifford Henley to Kristi Lane Price

    Jordan Michael Evatt to Carrie Ann Trail

    Robert Douglas Backus to Heather Michelle Puckett Melton

    Thomas Ross King to Cyndell Elizabeth Roberts

    Albert Lee Lankford to Kelly Lyn Barber

  • Divorces: Sept. 1-Oct. 29

    Divorces granted Sept. 1-Oct. 29 at the Roane County Courthouse:

    Kelly D. Robinson vs. Stephen P. Robinson

    Travis Brian Fouts vs. Mary Ann Williams Fouts

    Brian K. Pridemore vs. Kathy Seiber Pridemore

    Phillip S. Wiggins vs. Tiffany L. Wiggins

    Kelley Eugenia Halburnt Daugherty vs. Randy Alan Daugherty

    Gregory Kent Foust Jr. vs. Jessica Nicole Myatt Foust

    Irina Popova vs. Emilian Popova

    Joye Camille (Lyles) Fulsom vs. Frederick Allen Fulsom

  • Cawood says board counsel violated rule

    Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 8.3 says that a lawyer having knowledge that another lawyer has committed a violation of the rules of professional conduct shall inform the disciplinary counsel of the Board of Professional Responsibility.

    Attorney Chris Cawood said that’s why he’s filed a complaint with the board against attorney Sandy Garrett.

    The tricky thing there is she works for the board.  

  • Two women found shot to death

    Two women were found dead of gunshot wounds at a home on Eblen Street in Rockwood on Sunday.

    The case remains under investigation.

    "We're awaiting the autopsy report tomorrow," Rockwood Police Chief Bill Stinnett said Sunday. "It's possible that it may be a homicide-suicide."

    Stinnett said the bodies were discovered around 2:45 p.m.

    He identified the women as Chelci Miles and Destiny Vestal.

  • Roane County Schools closed Friday, Jan. 14

    Roane County Schools will be closed Friday, Jan. 14.

  • TWRA News

    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will continue to accept comments through Jan. 19 concerning the proposal of a hunting season for sandhill cranes. 

  • This week's hoops schedule

    Monday, Jan. 10

    Harriman at Midway (Middle School)

    Oliver Springs at Lenoir City (Middle School)

    Rockwood at Cherokee (Middle School)

  • OSMS runs by Harriman

    Thursday night was a good night for the Oliver Springs Middle School Bobcats and Lady ‘Cats picked up big wins over Harriman.