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Today's News

  • Lady ’Cats can’t hold off Wartburg

    The Wartburg Middle Lady Bulldogs used an aggressive defense to take a 43-35 win against the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats Thursday evening at Oliver Springs Middle School.

    The first quarter began with the Lady ‘Cats building a 7-3 lead thanks to a scoring flurry from Megan Armstrong, Ella Hampton and Madi Jones.

    Wartburg was able to find some life due to scores from Elizabeth Keathley and Olivia Davis.

  • OS tops in ’Cat and Dawg fight

    The Oliver Springs Middle School Bobcats held off the Wartburg Bulldogs to win 42-33 Thursday evening at Oliver Springs Middle School.

    Wartburg had been slowly and steadily chipping away at the Bobcats’ lead throughout the game and in the fourth quarter it looked like things were about to pay off.

    A lay-up by Tanner Johnson made the score 27-26, the Bulldogs’ first lead of the game.

    “Wartburg is a really good team,” Bobcat Coach Lance Jones said. “I think they are a lot better than what their record shows.

  • Former Kingston standout killed in Cumberland crash

    Demarcus Foster, a former football standout at Roane County High School, was killed in an automobile crash on Jan. 6.

    “I’ll miss him,” father Sam Foster said. “That was my boy.”

    The accident happened around 6 a.m. on Interstate 40 in Cumberland County. The Tennessee Highway Patrol investigated.

  • Deputy: ‘Voyager’ star spat on him

    The actress who played Kes on “Star Trek: Voyager” is again facing criminal charges.

    Jennifer Ann Lien was arrested last month for DUI and simple assault. She allegedly spat on Roane County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Wes Stooksbury during the incident.

    According to the warrant, Stooksbury spotted Lien driving erratically on Hwy. 70 in a gold Buick.

  • Property no longer a mess

    Helen Hayes was released from the Roane County Jail shortly before 11 a.m. on Tuesday.

    Chancellor Frank V. Williams III ordered her jailed on Jan. 4 for failing to comply with an order to cleanup her property at 1812 Bluff Road, Harriman.

    “The lawsuit is over that we filed because she has removed the debris and she’s been released from jail,” County Attorney Greg Leffew said.

  • Harriman’s New Year’s resolution: Clean up city

    It’s a new year, and Harriman is anxious to put its best foot forward.

    That’s why codes enforcer David Branam is working hard to begin addressing code enforcement on properties around the city and utilizing mapping to identify some areas.

    “He’s already started hitting some of those areas,” said Assistant Police Chief Kenneth Humphrey.

    Branam so far hasn’t had to play the tough guy to see results.

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  • Classes teach seniors how to get most out of smartphones

    Did you receive a smartphone as a present this holiday season and are not sure what to do with it?

    Are you only using your smartphone as a phone?

    Don’t know how to text or use all the features of your phone?

    Want to connect with family and friends on Facebook?

    Mid-East Community Action Agency and Social Media 4 Seniors are teaming up to teach seniors how to use smartphone technology to the fullest.

    Classes are informal, and small in size to maximize the learning experience.

  • GOING with the FLO: We are either for America and Trump, or against them

    We, who are American patriots, should stand solidly with our president and his agenda, make our voices heard and ignore all the activated mobs that cause confusion, strife and distrust.

    We are either for America, its president’s agenda and its success, or we are against America. Your choices make it clear. You must choose what you listen to.