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Today's News

  • Wear red and get in free to Roane State’s basketball games against Walters State

    Fans who wear red to Roane State’s Saturday basketball games against rival Walters State will be admitted free.
    The Roane State women play at 2 p.m., followed by the men’s game at 4 p.m.
    “A lot is on the line this Saturday,” Roane State men’s coach and athletic director Randy Nesbit said. “The women’s team is playing for a possible third-place finish in our tough, 10-team conference, and the men are vying for a second-place finish.

  • Tigers’ season ends at Grace Christian

    The Rockwood Tigers made it interesting for the better part of three quarters in Friday’s District 3A Tournament opener at Grace Christian Academy, but in the end the regular season champion Rams won in impressive fashion, 69-31.
    Rockwood never held a lead on Friday, but made the Rams work for their victory.
    Grace Christian scored the first five points of the game and led 11-4 later in the period, but Rockwood freshman Nate Brackett provided a spark off the bench. He would drain a late 3-pointer that closed the gap to 13-9 after eight minutes of play.

  • Blue Devils cage Lions in district opener

    By Michael Lindsay
    newsroom@roanecounty.com
    Some games, everything just goes right. That was the case Friday night as the Harriman Blue Devils dominated the Concord Christian Lions in the opening round of the District 3A Tournament.
    “It was a great team effort,” said Harriman coach Shay Shannon. “Everybody was rebounding and running the floor.”

  • From the EDITOR’S Desk: Public deserves answers about fire

    Tennessee has been blessed with the Public Records Act, which provides for citizen access to public records.

    These records include all documents, papers, letters, maps, books, photographs, microfilms, electronic data processing files and output films, sound recordings or characteristics, made or received pursuant to law or ordinance or in connection with the transaction of official business by any governmental agency.

    That definition would seem to cover just about everything a journalist or any citizen might want to know.

  • Clark honored by Roane County Commission

    mission honored Harriman’s Hunter Clark at the Feb. 13 meeting. From left are, Bobby Clark, father;  County Commissioners Greg Ferguson Junior Hendrickson, Amy Jenkins, mother; Clark and County Commissioner Randy Ellis. Clark recorded 62 tackles for the Blue Devils, including 23 for minus yardage with five sacks. Clark is has a 4.0 GPA. The Commission also recognized Harriman’s Joe Pace, not present, passed for over 2,000 yards and 28 touchdowns last season and ran for 551 yards with 10 TDs. Pace plays on the Harriman basketball team.

  • Clark honored by Roane County Commission

    The Roane County Commission honored Harriman’s Hunter Clark at the Feb. 13 meeting. From left are, Bobby Clark, father;  County Commissioners Greg Ferguson Junior Hendrickson, Amy Jenkins, mother; Clark and County Commissioner Randy Ellis. Clark recorded 62 tackles for the Blue Devils, including 23 for minus yardage with five sacks. Clark is has a 4.0 GPA. The Commission also recognized Harriman’s Joe Pace, not present, passed for over 2,000 yards and 28 touchdowns last season and ran for 551 yards with 10 TDs. Pace plays on the Harriman basketball team.

  • Clark honored by Roane County Commission

    The Roane County Commission honored Harriman’s Hunter Clark at the Feb. 13 meeting. From left are, Bobby Clark, father;  County Commissioners Greg Ferguson Junior Hendrickson, Amy Jenkins, mother; Clark and County Commissioner Randy Ellis. Clark recorded 62 tackles for the Blue Devils, including 23 for minus yardage with five sacks. Clark is has a 4.0 GPA. The Commission also recognized Harriman’s Joe Pace, not present, passed for over 2,000 yards and 28 touchdowns last season and ran for 551 yards with 10 TDs. Pace plays on the Harriman basketball team.

  • Lady Rams battle Lady Tigers 37-30

    After the Rockwood Lady Tigers swept the Grace Christian Academy Lady Rams during the regular season, Coach Amy Breazeale's squad traveled to Knoxville for the opening round of the District 3A Tournament, but the trip was a failure, as the Lady Tigers were beaten 37-30 to end their season.
    This will be the final time Rockwood will play Grace Christian since the Lady Rams will be moving into Division II for 2017-2021.

  • Highlanders eliminate Yellow Jackets 60-46

    It was cold shooting in the second half that spelled “d-e-f-e-a-t” for the Kingston Yellow Jackets as they took a 60-46 loss to the Scott County Highlanders, thus ending the season for the Yellow Jackets.

  • Lady Bears maul Lady Devils 60-26

    A year ago the Harriman Lady Blue Devils made a magical postseason run that ended at the TSSAA Class A State Tournament in Murfreesboro.
    The 2017 postseason won’t have the same happy ending, as Harriman’s season came to a close Thursday night following a 60-26 loss at Tellico Plains in the opening round of the District 3A Tournament.
    Thursday’s contest was decided quickly as the Lady Bears scored the game’s first 13 points before Jada Johnson put the Lady Devils on the board with a layup with 1:54 left in the opening period.