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Today's News

  • Nursing home residents, staff grieve loss of beloved pet

    Charlie was more than one person’s best friend.

    The friendly black Newfoundland who raised the spirits of residents at Harriman Care and Rehabilitation Center left many heartbroken when he died on Feb. 10.

    “He’s the best friend I’ve ever had,” activities director Connie Shelton said through tears last week. “And still we’ve not been able to turn it loose.”

    Cancer claimed the life of the beloved canine who could often be found trotting the hallways of the nursing home.

  • Out to Lunch: Harriman Pizza Station lunch just kept on filling

    By Bethel Poston

  • 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.

    Delia C. Kitchin, capias for failure to appear Aug. 10, 2009. Dismissed June 14, cost to state.

    Wanda S. Hall, shoplifting Aug. 26, 2009. Guilty plea June 14, convicted.

    Russell J. Thomas, violation of probation May 24. Guilty plea June 7, convicted.

    Marjorie L. Dodd, cruelty to animals Nov. 4, 2009. Dismissed June 14, cost to state.

  • Lady Devils roll in first round, 65-40

    The Harriman Lady Blue Devils punched their ticket to the region tournament in convincing fashion with a 65-40 vexing of the Berean Christian Lady Eagles Thursday night in the first round of the District 3-A Tournament. 

  • Bobcats fall in opener, 76-63

    Oliver Springs came to play on Thursday in the first round of the District 4-A boys’ basketball tournament.

  • Season ends for Lady Waves, Lady Jackets in tourney openers

    The Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets and Midway Lady Green Waves entered tournament play on Thursday both needing first round upsets to keep their season alive. Unfortunately, there would be no Cinderella story for either squad.

  • Brackett falls at state tournament

    Kingston’s Darik Brackett will always have fond memories of a great senior season that ended with a faboulous run in the Region 2 Tournament and a berth in the TSSAA Division I State Tournament.

  • Cast of Noises Off takes the stage
  • Midway gets to the art of the matter

     

    Midway High School students Patricia Howe, Isabella Hammonds, Alex James, Jennifer West and Carolyn Howe are among those who are taking advantage of an opportunity provided by Ben Ridings, who volunteers his time and supplies to instruct students who are interested in the field of art.

    He has taught the students about several mediums, including pencil, pastel, acrylic paint and watercolors.

    A new project is introduced weekly with a new model or picture.

  • 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.

    Danielle C. Daniels, speeding March 6. Traffic ticket paid June 14.

    Lisa M. Barnes, speeding March 7. Guilty as charged June 11, convicted.

    Lisa M. Barnes, violation of driver license March 7. Dismissed June 11, cost to state.

    William J. Dieter, speeding March 7. Dismissed June 11, cost to defendant.