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Today's News

  • TWRA makes new duck stamp available

    Orders are being taken for the collectible state waterfowl stamp that is produced annually and sold for conservation education through the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.

  • Lady Knights score goals but not enough

    The Roane County Lady Knight lacrosse team faced Ooltewah this past weekend. The Lady Knights lost, 17-7.

  • Easter tournament scores and recap

    County and area softball teams gathered at the Brillo Miller Sports Complex in Rockwood Friday and Saturday for the annual Rockwood Invitational Easter Tournament.

    All five Roane County teams participated in the event with each team having different degrees of success.

    It was the Kingston Lady Jackets who ended up winning it all.

    After going a perfect 7-0 throughout the tournament and knocking off Coalfield, 10-5, in the semi-finals, Kingston had an uphill battle against Union County in the title game.

  • Bobcats split in tournament

    The Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats took the field on Saturday in the Rockwood softball tournament at Brillo Miller Sports Complex to finish out the tournament with three ball games the day before Easter.

    “It’s a great tournament, we have been in it numerous years,” said Oliver Springs head coach Matt Headden. “They do a real good job down here bringing in very good competition.

  • Harriman holds on to beat Tigers

    On Monday, the Rockwood Tigers travelled the short trip down the road to Harriman to face off against the Blue Devils of Harriman in a little baseball action.

    The teams squared off in game 1 of their 2 games regular season series.

    A very closely contested game ended with the Devils of Harriman picking up the 5-4 win.

    Hunter Webb took the hill for Harriman in game one of the two game series. Webb tossed a complete game for Harriman picking up the W on the hill.

  • Kingston wins Easter Tourney
  • File by noon, cell time

    Candidates for the Aug. 2 election have until noon Thursday to file their petitions with the Roane County Elections Office.

    “They were all instructed when they picked up their petition, noon on Thursday,” Administrator of Elections Charles Holiway said. “If they show up at 12:01, they won’t be on the ballot.”

  • Accused scissor stabber complies after threat

    A suspect is accused of trying to stab a Kingston police officer with a pair of scissors. The incident happened last month.

    According to the warrant, Kingston Police Sgt. Tony Guy was investigating a call about a suspicious person in the North Kentucky Street area when he noticed a man sitting outside the post office.

    “The male subject saw me and took off down Stinnette Street in a hurried manner in the lane of travel,” the warrant said. “I pulled near the male. He looked at me and continued to walk away.”

  • Woman nabbed in pill sting

    Tiffany Danielle Stout, a 36-year-old Harriman woman, is facing a drug charge for allegedly trying to sell her prescription medication.

    According to a Roane County Sheriff’s Office report, the person she agreed to sell to on March 27 was an undercover officer.

    “The affiant, acting as a drug customer, contacted Stout via text message and inquired about purchasing medication,” Sheriff’s Office Detective Jason Mynatt wrote in the report. “Stout agreed to sell the affiant 12 Suboxone for $20 per pill at Kroger in Harriman.”

  • Double feature kicks off baseball season

    Rockwood Parks and Recreation is hosting Double Play, a free outdoor movie night on Friday.

    Showtime starts at 7:30 p.m. at the Mike “Brillo” Miller Sports Complex.

    Two classic baseball movies, “The Sandlot” and “Angels in the Outfield,” will be shown.

    Inflatables will be on site for children to play on as well.

    The celebration kicks off the baseball and softball season.