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Today's News

  • Close out summer with fun

    As summer winds down and school bells are ready to ring, soak in the last precious moments of the season with a vacation around Tennessee.

    Songbirds Guitar Museum, Chattanooga, houses more than 300 rare, vintage guitars.

    Acoustic, electric, jazz, bass, mandolin and banjo guitars are all on display, providing a stunning visual of music history from the 1930s to 1970s. Tack onto your visit access to The Vault to see 60 timeless, vintage guitars that have been a driving force to today’s culture.

  • From the EDITOR’S Desk: Kingston 2030 a big eye opener

    The Kingston 2030 Visioning exercise could have been called Kingston 20/20 because it not only opened my eyes, it also improved my vision.

    The exercise involved collecting citizen input on a variety of subjects related to the future of Kingston. As a resident of Kingston, I was glad to get the opportunity to contribute. About a dozen fellow citizens also showed up including businessmen and women.

  • Kingston softball tryouts scheduled

    The Kingston softball team has scheduled tryouts for this year. The tryouts will be at Southwest Point August 1 at 6:30 p.m.
    In case of rain the date will be August 3 instead at 6:30 p.m.
    Interested players need to bring with them a completed physical and consent form. The paperwork can be found on both the school website and in the school’s office.
    Any questions or details can be directed to (865) 376-6534.

  • Kingston softball tryouts scheduled

    The Kingston softball team has scheduled tryouts for this year. The tryouts will be at Southwest Point August 1 at 6:30 p.m.

    In case of rain the date will be August 3 instead at 6:30 p.m.

    Interested players need to bring with them a completed physical and consent form. The paperwork can be found on both the school website and in the school’s office.

    Any questions or details can be directed to (865) 376-6534.

  • Rockwood edges Kingston for swim title
  • Jackets weather Jets’ air raid
  • Lots of activities at Children’s Museum

    The Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge offers special activities for children and families each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and on the third Sunday of each month.

    The activities, all free with admission, are:

  • ALL ABOARD!

    A new restaurant opening soon in Harriman will put a modern health conscious spin on an old fashioned American favorite.

    Burger Station 120 will open in September offering non-hormonal beef and chicken hamburgers and featuring locally grown organic produce.

    “I’ve got a little piece of California and a little piece of Texas,” said Kosta Angelos, a second-generation restaurateur whose family operated Union Café in Knoxville’s Market Square.

  • What’s the SCORE? Millennials part of plan for business

    By Dana Peterka

    At a recent meeting, several business managers were talking about millennials being snowflakes.

    Also, I have a nonprofit client, in a nearby county, who is working to understand the behaviors, attitudes and motivations of millennials as part of their strategic planning process.

    This prompted me to do research on generational differences with a focus on millennials.

  • Hear how to make search engines work for you

    There are over 3.5 billion webpages on the internet.

    How do you get yours noticed?

    That’s what Introduction to Search Engine Optimization will cover.

    The free workshop, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 10, will be in The Roane Alliance at 1209 N. Kentucky St., Kingston.

    Jutta Bangs, director of the Oak Ridge Center’s Tennessee Small Business Development Center, will teach this introductory seminar in which those attending will be taught:

    What is SEO?

    What are keywords, and how to research them?