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Today's News

  • Looking for work? Job fair may have the right fit for you

    Roane County Chamber of Commerce will have a job fair from 3 to 7 p.m. June 17 to recruit employees for area businesses and industries.

    The event at Roane State Exposition Center will allow employers to meet job seekers face to face and have the opportunity to receive résumés and completed job applications, schedule interviews, and have applications on file from job seekers.

  • Wakham practice part of Tennova

    Tennova Healthcare recently welcomed Dr. Mancel Wakham to his new medical practice at Tennova Primary Care, Harriman.

    Wakham, a family medicine physician, will soon be accepting new patients at his office at 2497 S. Roane St., Suite 110.

    Same-day appointments will be available. For more information, call 1-855-TENNOVA (836-6682).

    “I am committed to offering a personalized healthcare experience to patients of all ages and with all sorts of conditions,” Wakham said.

  • Harriman Happenings: June 1

    Congratulations to A.J. Leverett, who graduated from Vanderbilt University on May 8.

    He received a degree in economics and business.

    He is the son of Bobby and Gloria “Penny” Leverett, grandson of Anthony and Jean Harkness and great-grandson of Ceola Lawrence.

    We wish the best in life for A.J.

    Gary Hickey from Charlotte N.C., came home to Rockwood to be with his mother, Carolyn Griffin, who celebrated her birthday earlier this month along with Herbert Griffin, who had a birthday on May 16.

  • Dancing With the AKAs coming June 13

    Several East Tennessee area dancers will showcase their talents when “Dancing with the AKAs” is presented on June 13.

    The event, from 7 to 10 p.m. in Knoxville Expo Center’s Grand Event Center Ballroom is a program of the Oak Ridge Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.

    Proceeds will benefit Trinity Out-Reach Center of Hope, Knox Area Rescue Ministries and The Pat Summitt Foundation for Alzheimer’s research.

  • Harriman looks to experienced offensive line for help

    EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the third part of a five-part series meant to highlight each of the five high school football teams in Roane County. Oliver Springs and Midway were the first in the series, Kingston and Rockwood will be the next two.

    Last year, the Harriman Blue Devils’ season came to a close with back-to-back loses — a 45-19 rout by Meigs County and a 8-6 loss to eventual state runner-up Coalfield.

  • Sip coffee, climb with a ranger on the Obed June 6

    Obed Wild and Scenic River will have two programs on June 6.

    Join National Park Service rangers for a free cup of coffee and informational session at Lilly Bridge from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

    The Climb With a Ranger program will be from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., beginning at Lilly Bridge.

    The park will provide all gear for rock climbing. Those participating should bring drinking water and sturdy footwear.

    The Climb with a Ranger program is an excellent introduction to rock climbing for individuals who have always wanted to try the activity.

  • Church Calendar: May 30-June 13

    SATURDAY, MAY 30
    • Central Baptist Church, Kingston, will celebrate its 50th anniversary with two days of festivities. A special focus will be on military veterans who have fought for freedom to worship. Music and refreshments are planned from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday on the front lawn of the church at 245 Bailey Road; those attending are asked to bring a lawn chair or blanket. The 11 a.m. Sunday worship service will focus on veterans; lunch will follow. Call 310-2854 for more information.

  • Ragle offers up Christian comedy

    Christian comedian Jamey Ragle talks family and the physical calamities of getting old to a roomful of people recently at Kingston Community Center.

    Ragle’s routine was a preview of Re:Ignite 2015, a three-day service at Kingston’s Impact Church on Decatur Hwy.

  • Vacation Bible School 2015

    Clymersville Baptist
    “Journey off the Map” is the vacation Bible school theme at Clymersville Baptist Church, Rockwood. Classes for preschoolers through adults will be from 6 to 8:30 p.m. May 31-June 3 in the church at 662 Clymersville Road.

  • Harvey Memorial Singing to help with OS museum

    A number of area singers will be featured this weekend during the annual C.S. “Sonny” Harvey Memorial Gospel Singing.

    The singing will begin at 6 p.m. May 30 in the former Beech Park gymnasium on Butler Mill Road, Oliver Springs.

    Featured singers include Crimson River, Pastor Robbie Leach, Eternal Life, Pastor Garvan Walls and Joyce Vespie Weaver.

    The annual singing benefits an Oliver Springs association while honoring the memory of Harvey, a longtime Oliver Springs businessman, community and civic leader who died in January 2013.