Today's News

  • Blue Devils notch District 3-A sweep

    After suffering a District 3-A sweep at the hands of Grace Christian Academy last week, the Harriman Blue Devils used a pair of strong pitching performances on Monday to knock off Tellico Plains in a district doubleheader at Papermaker Park.

  • Tennis Jackets split with Jets

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets tennis teams traveled to Cumberland County Monday and split a pair of closes matches with the Jets and Lady Jets.

    Kingston’s win came in boys action as the Jackets remained unbeaten on the season with a 6-3 victory.

  • Gallaher signs with Montreat College

    Most high school athletes have a dream of playing at the next level, but most never get to live out that dream.

  • Lady Jackets record shutout

    The Kingston Lady Jackets softball team ran their season record to 9-3 on Tuesday as Ronnie Ladd’s squad traveled to Decatur and shut out Meigs County, 3-0.

  • Kingston finishes 2nd in tourney
  • 'Cats take two from Pirates

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats played a pair of non district games earlier this week against Washburn, and the results were good for Tony Kegley’s squad as the Bobcats won at Washburn on Monday, 10-6, before completing the two-game sweep at home on Tuesday, 3-2. 

  • The Garden Gate: Flowers great symbols during this Holy Week

    Flowers play a big role in religious symbolism, worship services and ceremonial occasions of all kinds.

    They can be seen in secular and religious occasions, especially joyful ones like weddings, and in churches, temples, synagogues and all places of worship throughout the world.

    Flowers were used as a part of worship long before the Christian era.

    Festivals of ancient gods were marked by the strewing of petals and flowers and the adorning of statues with wreaths.

  • Look Back: A Little Something From Our Files From the Week of April 4

    25 Years Ago
    A letter-writing campaign was launched to convince Food Lion to locate a multi-million-dollar distribution center here. Sponsored by the Roane County Chamber of Commerce, elementary school children were to provide 6,000 of 10,000 letters the Chamber hoped to deliver to Food Lion headquarters in North Carolina to tell them “we want them, we need them ... come on down,” things that don’t show up on technical and demographic studies of the area.

    10 Years Ago

  • Mr. & Mrs. Gallaher 70th

    Roy and Vivian Gallaher of Rockwood celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on March 7.

    They were honored on the occasion by their church, Asbury Chapel United Methodist Church of Rockwood.

    The Gallahers were married on March 7, 1942, in Lafayette, Ga.

  • Garrett to celebrate 85th birthday

    Ida Belle Raby Garrett will celebrate her 85th birthday on April 6.

    Her family will honor her special day with a celebration from 2 to 4 p.m. April 7 in South Harriman Baptist Church.

    All relatives and friends are invited to attend.

    The first of five children, Garrett was born April 6, 1927, and spent the first years of her life in Paint Rock.

    She was 9 when her father died, and the family moved to South Harriman, where she attended South Harriman Elementary School and graduated from Harriman High School.