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Today's News

  • Poe-Voiles

    Mr. and Mrs. Michael Binkley and Rodney Poe of Arkansas announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, McKenzie Renee Poe, to Chad Edward Voiles of Rockwood.

    He is the son of Don and Vicki Voiles of Rockwood.

    The ceremony will be on July 9 in Arkansas.

  • Mr. & Mrs. de Abiega

    Lee Ann Richards and Ricardo de Abiega were married on April 23 at Liberty State Park.

    The Rev. Paul Mayer officiated during the evening ceremony.

    The bride is the daughter of Mike and Anne Richards of Spring City.

    Her grandparents are the late Marjorie and Richard Chamberlain, and the late Loraine and Herbert Richards.

    The groom is the son of Teresa Quintano and the late Enrique de Abiega.

    Addison Grace Richards served as flower girl.

  • Look Back: A Little Something From Our Files From the Week of June 15

    25 Years Ago
    Kingston’s Don Colyer and Earl “Lucky” Leasure   built an exact replica of the old Roane County Courthouse as it would have looked in the 1850s. The half-inch scale model was something Colyer wanted people to remember the old courthouse by. Funded by the Roane County Heritage Commission, it took over a year to complete.

    10 Years Ago

  • Wear purple to build awareness for elder abuse

    Since 2006, when purple was chosen as the “awareness color” for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, Tennessee has played its part in “lighting the way” to promote a better understanding of abuse and neglect of elderly and vulnerable adults.

    This year is no exception.

  • Medic plans 3 blood drives

    Medic Regional Blood Center asks all eligible donors to make a donation this summer.

    “Donations are down this time of year; yet, the need is great due to the increase traffic and recreation in our area,” said Christi Fightmaster, Medic spokeswoman.

    Donors will have three chances in the upcoming weeks to give blood in Roane County.

    A Medic mobile unit will be at Oliver Springs Food City from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 21 for a blood drive.

  • Planters primp up downtown area

    Rockwood 2000 members, from left, Sue Hill, Mary Kau, Molly Rogers and Sue McCutcheon install and plant one of 15 “trough planters” as one of the organization’s beautification projects in the city’s downtown area.

    Rockwood 2000 is also working on additional landscaping projects on Gateway Avenue.

  • Marriage licenses: May 2011

    Marriage licenses granted at the Roane County Courthouse in May:

    David Allen Satterfield to Barbara Anna Jean Evans McDonald

    Kevin Matthew Jones to Lacresha Rae Massengale Phillips

    Eric J. Walker to Karen Marie Steidle Whitley

    Gregory Howard Leffew to Emese Mary Suranyi

    Daniel Andrew Lancaster to Joby Denise Longmire Winter

    Steven Henry Hinds to Lindsey Elizabeth Treadway

    Charles Lewis Hancock Jr. to Amanda Nichole Barry

  • Births: April 19-May 26

    Babies born at Methodist Medical Center, Oak Ridge, to Roane County parents:

    April 19 — Victoria Ann Smith, Harriman. A boy, Sean Steven, 7 pounds, 12 ounces. Grandparents: Charles and Pam Phillips.

    April 24 — Megan and Scott Burnham, Oliver Springs. A girl, Brianna Robyn, 8 pounds, 6 ounces. Sibling: Eli James. Grandparents: Rick and Charlotte Gaylor; Steve and Jeannie Burnham.

  • Property Transfers

    Property deed transfers in Roane County from May 9-16:

    From Sharon Christmas to Shirley F. Peck by quit-claim deed, Dist. 1, Anzie Way, $0.

    From Shapiro & Kirsch LLP, Shapiro and Kirsch LLP, Ralph H. Walls and Frances B. Walls to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. by trustee’s deed, Dist. 1, Tract 2 Lancer Drive, $0.

    From Branch Banking and Trust Co. to Charles Blue and Randall Blue by warranty deed, Dist. 3, Rarity Ride, sub-area C, Lot 144, Phase 2, $15,000.

  • General Sessions Court

    Editor’s Note: Readers are cautioned that some names may be the same as, or similar to, other members of the community.

    Boyd W. Woody, theft Sept. 29. Guilty as charged March 28, convicted. Evading arrest Sept. 29. Dismissed March 28, cost to state.