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Today's News

  • Randolph steers toward collegiate success

    Summer is a time for many different things for people but three of the most common are: spending time with family, going to the beach, or playing baseball. A summer combined with all of that could be a recipe for a great time, and 2014 Harriman High School graduate Chase Randolph is getting to experience all three of these this summer.

  • Good showing for Roane teams in AAA tournament

    The Harriman AAA All Stars took on the Madisonville AAA All Stars on Saturday morning in an elimination game in the Dixie Youth District 8 tournament.

    Harriman started off the tournament by taking a loss against Sweetwater which matched them up with Madisonville who dropped their first round contest as well.

    Harriman had a hard fought game but the youngsters couldn’t pick up the win. “I’m really proud of how hard we played,” said Harriman head coach Daniel Brackett.

  • Late-game heroics punch Tiger ticket

    A come back in the final inning propelled the Rockwood All-Stars to a 9-8 victory against Loudon Friday in Harriman, ensuring a berth in the Dixie Youth Ozone State Tournament.

    Down 8-5 with one out in the sixth inning, Corey Burnette came to the plate for Rockwood with the bases loaded.

    Maddox Ellison, Keenan Green, and Dylan Allen were all waiting to be brought home by any means necessary.

    They didn’t have to wait long as Burnette drew a walk, Loudon’s third of the frame, to bring Ellison in, making the score 8-6.

  • Good showing for Roane teams in AAA tournament

    The Harriman AAA All Stars took on the Madisonville AAA All Stars on Saturday morning in an elimination game in the Dixie Youth District 8 tournament.

    Harriman started off the tournament by taking a loss against Sweetwater which matched them up with Madisonville who dropped their first round contest as well.

    Harriman had a hard fought game but the youngsters couldn’t pick up the win. “I’m really proud of how hard we played,” said Harriman head coach Daniel Brackett.

  • Late-game heroics punch Tiger ticket

    A come back in the final inning propelled the Rockwood All-Stars to a 9-8 victory against Loudon Friday in Harriman, ensuring a berth in the Dixie Youth Ozone State Tournament.

    Down 8-5 with one out in the sixth inning, Corey Burnette came to the plate for Rockwood with the bases loaded.

    Maddox Ellison, Keenan Green, and Dylan Allen were all waiting to be brought home by any means necessary.

    They didn’t have to wait long as Burnette drew a walk, Loudon’s third of the frame, to bring Ellison in, making the score 8-6.

  • Late-game heroics punch Tiger ticket

    A come back in the final inning propelled the Rockwood All-Stars to a 9-8 victory against Loudon Friday in Harriman, ensuring a berth in the Dixie Youth Ozone State Tournament.

    Down 8-5 with one out in the sixth inning, Corey Burnette came to the plate for Rockwood with the bases loaded.

    Maddox Ellison, Keenan Green, and Dylan Allen were all waiting to be brought home by any means necessary.

    They didn’t have to wait long as Burnette drew a walk, Loudon’s third of the frame, to bring Ellison in, making the score 8-6.

  • SUPPORTING OUR VETERANS with every stitch

    Stitch Angels show passion for helping those who serve with every lovingly knitted item.

    The group’s volunteers hand make a variety of items, such as scarves, hats and blankets, for veterans, deployed service members and wounded warriors, fulfilling their motto of “supporting our veterans with every stitch.”

    “It is really just about helping veterans. We like to do a lot of local things. We do a monthly care package oversees to a different female veteran,” said founder Jennifer Alexander.

  • BUILDING BRIDGES

    Not borrowing money for road projects is a cornerstone of Tennessee government.

    “In Tennessee, we don’t borrow money,” state Sen. Ken Yager, R-Kingston, said. “It’s pay as you go.”

    Thanks to the IMPROVE Act, the state can continue that practice. The Act, which went into effect on Saturday, raises taxes on gasoline and diesel and increases the fees to register vehicles to help fund more than 900 road and bridge projects around the state.

  • Kingston police add boat to its patrol fleet

    The Kingston Police Department has another boat to patrol area waters.

    Police Chief Jim Washam said a $15,000 state grant allowed his department to purchase the 21-foot Sea Ray Laguna.

    “It’s not a new boat, but it’s a new boat to us,” Washam said.

    The Sea Ray is a 1993 model, which Washam said will replace the Hydra Sports boat his department had been using.

  • GLIMPSES: Coach’s lessons may be fitting for all

    By MARK BANKER

    When I learned that University of Tennessee head football coach Butch Jones plans to teach “some history lessons” to his current players, I wondered if his prescription might be equally apt for the rest of us.

    As we grapple with an array of daunting national, state and local issues in 2017, our uncertain grasp of the circumstances that brought us to these present junctures should give us pause.