Today's News

  • Aglow plans event in Princess Theatre

    “The Sound from Heaven” is the theme of a special worship, testimony, activities and ministry planned by Harriman Lighthouse of Aglow International on May 26.

    The event will start at 6:30 p.m. in the Princess Theatre at 421 N. Roane St., Harriman.

    The celebration includes Hebrew dancing and a special presentation by Maxine Raines, founder and director of Lost Sheep Ministry, Knoxville.

  • St. Andrew’s collecting stuffed animals Sunday

    Parishioners and guests at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Harriman, are asked to bring a new stuffed animal — with the tags still attached — to the 10 a.m. service on Mother’s Day, May 13.

    These toys will be brought forward for a blessing and then sent to area law-enforcement agencies to be used as needed.

  • Property Transfers: Feb. 14-March 5, 2012

    Property deed transfers as recorded at the Roane County Courthouse Feb. 14-March 5:

    From Shelia Ann Justice to Luther S. Hall and Dorothy S. Hall by warranty deed, Dist. 2, Hwy. 61/62, $8,000.

    From Ola M. Ledbetter to Michael Lloyd Ledbetter by quit-claim deed, Dist. 3, 5.17 acres, Tate Coley Road, $0.

    From Julia Patterson and Julia D. Steidle to Jeffery M. Steidle by quit-claim deed, Dist. 4, 6.468 acres, Hwy. 304, $0.

  • The Garden Gate: Spud wonders helped bring it to the forefront

    Common in origin, lacking the symmetry and color of more glamorous vegetables — even sometimes defamed for its carbohydrate content — the potato’s place in history is still important.

    Enjoyed by rich and poor alike, it is a powerhouse of nutrition. It is estimated that 12 million tons of potatoes are consumed annually. Potatoes rank with rice, wheat and corn as the world’s most important crops.

  • Lipscomb University provost's list: fall 2011

    Anna Uselton of Kingston has been honored at Lipscomb University, Nashville, for academic achievement during fall semester.

    Uselton, a Roane County High School graduate and English major, earned placement on the university’s provost’s list.

    Only students who earn a 4.0 grade-point average while attempting at least 12 credit hours are named to the provost’s list.

  • Bryan College graduates: Spring 2012

    Six Bryan College students from Roane County were amonbg the 217 graduates who received their degrees during the college’s recent 84th commencement service.

    Keith Bauer, son of Charles Bauer of Kingston, received a bachelor’s degree in history, with secondary education licensure.

    Matthew Green, son of Donald and Dana Green of Kingston, received a bachelor’s degree with honors in Christian ministry: leadership.

  • Rueff serves as senate page

    Elizabeth Audrey Rueff recently served as a page in the state Senate for the 107th Tennessee General Assembly.

    Rueff, a fifth-grader at Bowers Elementary School, Harriman, was invited by state Sen. Ken Yager, R-Harriman.

    She was accompanied to the Capitol by her mother and stepfather, Annabelle and James Fielden.

    Yager issued an invitation earlier this year for area students to experience the legislature in action as a page in the state Senate.

  • Midway students of month honored

    Midway Elementary School Principal Keevin Woody recently honored the school's January and February students of the month.

  • Lady 'Cats one win away from region

    Fans at Oliver Springs’ Arrowhead Park witnessed history Wednesday as Coalfield All-American pitcher Lindsey Fadnek broke the all-time Tennessee record for strikeouts in a career during the Lady Jackets 4-0 victory over Oliver Springs.

  • Lady Jackets split with Alcoa, CAK

    The Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets learned a lot about revenge during District 4-AA Tournament play on Tuesday and Wednesday.

    On Tuesday, the Lady Jackets avenged a pair of regular season losses against Alcoa when they downed the Lady Tornadoes in extra innings, 8-5.