Today's News

  • Workshop to help with starting up a new business

    Roane State Community College’s Tennessee Small Business Development Center and the Oak Ridge Chamber of Commerce will offer a free workshop for small business owners and entrepreneurs who want a better understanding of starting a new business.

    The workshop will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Jan. 31 in the Oak Ridge Chamber of Commerce offices at 1400 Oak Ridge Turnpike.

  • MMS boys starting to roll

    The Midway Middle School Green Wave won their fifth straight game and avenged an earlier loss when they eased past Greenback 37-34 Thursday night. 

    In the opening game Greenback rolled to a 49-8 decision.

  • HMS, RMS split close games

    The Rockwood Middle School Lady Tigers rose to the occasion, defeating the Harriman Middle School Lady Blue Devils by a 24-17 margin Thursday evening at Harriman.

  • Tri-County Crush wins Battle in Rocky Top
  • 'Cats land 10 on all-district team

    After posting a 5-6 record in 2012, Wiley Brackett’s Oliver Springs Bobcats were rewarded with 10 players being named to the 2012 All-District 4-A Football Team.

  • Jackets battle 'Cats

    Cherokee battled with Sweetwater Tuesday night and split with the Wildcats.  

    The Lady Jackets cruised to a 29-14 victory led by Rachel Baggett and Piper Nunley.  The boys were led by Jake Reynolds and Tyler Thurman, but came up a little short in the fourth quarter losing by a final score of 32-30.

  • HMS sweeps Wartburg

    Harriman swept a pair of basketball games from Wartburg in middle school action Monday night.

    Girls Game

  • Kingston splits with Meigs County

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets traveled to Decatur Thursday night to complete their season series with Meigs County. 

  • Houston brothers jailed

    Brothers Rocky and Leon Houston have been arrested. They are being held at the Knox County Jail on a hold for U.S. Marshals, according to the jail's website.

    The brothers were booked into the jail on Saturday. John Sanchez, a spokesman for the U.S. Marshals Service, said he wasn't at liberty to discuss the reason for their arrest.

    "I will have to wait until I am briefed and that's not going to happen for a while," Sanchez said.

  • Arbitration may end standoff

    Harriman City Council may go into arbitration over the conflict between the city and Pinnacle Pointe shopping complex developers.
    At issue is whether public money was spent on private enterprise or whether the city owes developers instead.
    “I think we need to get it over with. I think it would speed up the progress in Midtown a lot,” said Councilman J.D. Sampson.He said developers Steve Kirkham and Jerry Duncan believe the city is against them.